Alan Trammell Shortstop Camp | Session I
9th Annual Alan Trammell & Lance Parrish Camps
December 8-9, 2018
DETROIT -- Alan Trammell and Lance Parrish will host their Ninth Annual Baseball Camp at Wayne State University on Dec. 8-9, inside the Matthaei and Doris J. & Donald Duchene, Sr. Athletic Facilities. For the third consecutive year, the camp will feature a second day and will specialize in shortstop play and catching.
Trammell and Parrish will conduct the Fundamentals Camp (Grades 2-12) on Saturday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to noon and the Advanced Hitting Camp (Grades 2-12) from 1:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. Trammell and Parrish will join the entire WSU Baseball program including coaching staff, student-athletes and support staff to serve as camp instructors.
Trammell was just inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in July. You can watch his induction speech, here. Parrish assisted with introducing fellow Tiger Hall of Famer Jack Morris at the ceremony.
Benefits with the Saturday morning Fundamentals Camp include learning baseball concepts as well as participating in college and professional level drills. Emphasis will be placed on all aspects of the game including infield, outfield, pitching/catching, hitting, base running and more
The schedule on Sunday, Dec. 9 features an Alan Trammell Shortstop Camp from 9 a.m. to noon. The clinic will be open for grades 8-12. Alan Trammell will lead this advanced shortstop specific camp with detailed instruction, drill sets, training and a philosophy geared at shortstop development. If you are looking to improve at the position and lead your team as a shortstop in 2018 this is the camp for you! The cost is $125.
The second half of Sunday will switch the focus to the catching position. The Lance Parrish Catching Camp will be from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Parrish will direct this detailed catching camp to assist with your progression behind the plate. This camp will prove to be the ultimate off-season preparation for your catching development. An advanced series of catching drills, position education, training and a winning mentality will be delivered from the former perennial All-Star Major League catcher. This portion of the clinic is also open to grades 8-12 and the cost is $125. The camp is open to any participants within the age range.
Wayne State University inside the Matthaei and Doris J. & Donald Duchene, Sr. Athletics Facilities
All participants must print and complete a Wayne State Camps Medical History & Waiver of Liability Form and bring it to the first day of camp.
Media members should contact Assistant Director of Media Relations Cameron Weidenthaler.
All camp participants are to park in University Lot 50
The GPS address for Lot 50 is:
1200 W. Warren
Detroit, MI 48202