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Pels Training Academy Hosts 7th & 8th Grade Prep Skill Camp

December 17, 2010 - American Association (AA) - Pensacola Pelicans News Release

Pensacola, Florida - The Pensacola Pelicans Training Academy will host a 7TH & 8TH Grade (10) week Prep High School Baseball Skills Camp beginning February 15, 2011 and continues through April 19, 2011 every Tuesday from 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

The 7th & 8th Grade Prep High School Baseball Skills Camp features professional instructors including Pelicans Field Manager Talmadge "T" Nunnari, Bench Coach Lou Henry, Angels Pitcher Kevin Johnson, Cubs Scout Mike Valarezo, Milwaukee Brewers Craig Cooper, Local College & High School Coaches.

The 7th & 8th Grade Prep High School Baseball Skill Camp is for players wanting to enhance their overall skills and develop competitively. Participants will receive hitting, pitching/throwing, defense, speed and agility instruction, post-camp skill evaluation & opportunity to play on the PTA 14u Prep HS Development Travel Team.

"This is a crucial stage for these 7th & 8th grade athletes wanting to take that next step toward High School baseball." said Nunnari." "Fact is not every player will make their High School program. The Pelicans Training Academy is offering the best possible development opportunity to these athletes on all facets of the game."

The (10) Week camp is $250 per athlete and includes a Pelicans Training Academy t-shirt. Space is limited and a $50 non-refundable deposit is required to reserve a spot. Participants may be selected to the Pelicans Training Academy 14u Prep HS Development Travel Team.

For more information or to enroll in the 7TH & 8TH Grade High School Baseball Skills Camp or 14U Travel Team contact the Pelicans Training Academy at 850-332-6274 or visit www.pelicanstrainingacademy.com.

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