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Gwinnett Braves youth baseball camp set for July 21-23 at Coolray Field

The Gwinnett Braves will host a three-day youth baseball camp at Coolray FIeld in July.
The Gwinnett Braves will host a three-day youth baseball camp at Coolray FIeld in July.
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The Gwinnett Braves will host their second three-day youth baseball camp for the 2014 season from July 21-23 at Coolray Field. G-Braves’ players and coaches will teach kids basic fundamentals like hitting and pitching, as well as specialized skills like bunting and base running.

The camp is open for kids ages 8-14 and will run from 9 AM to 12 PM each day. On the final day, the players and coaches will gather for an autograph session with the kids. In addition to the instruction and player interaction throughout the three days, each camper will receive two Field Box Tickets for a Gwinnett Braves home game and will get to take the field as part of the “High Five Tunnel” prior to the game action.

Three-Day Camp registration is $100. All campers who participate in the Three-Day Camps will receive the following:

  • G-Braves Baseball Camp T-Shirt
  • Souvenir baseball for autographs
  • Two (2) Field Box Tickets
  • Lunch on all three days

For more information or to reserve your spot, contact Gwinnett Braves Community Relations Manager Shay Marlowe via email at shay.marlowe@braves.com.

The Gwinnett Braves are the Triple-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves and play their home games at Coolray Field. Gwinnett is in the South Division of the International League.

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Recent G-Braves Roster Activity:

June 30

Right-handed pitchers Juan Jaime and Gus Schlosser placed on the active roster.

Left-handed pitcher Ian Thomas placed on the DL retroactive to June 27 due to tendinitis in his pitching shoulder.

Right-handed pitcher Kameron Loe released.

July 1

Right-handed pitcher Juan Jaime recalled by Atlanta.