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East York Baseball Camp

East York Baseball Camp

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373 Cedarvale Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M4C 2W3, Canada
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10 months ago

We love this camp!!

Wonderful experience! Our son has been attending this camp for the last three summers. He’s a super active kid who loves baseball and this camp never disappoints. We have loved getting to know the staff and seeing our sons skills improve tremendously. Thank you East York Baseball!

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May 17, 2018
One star is generous! Unprofessional league with evaluators who know very little about baseball. Now that they have a waitlist they are arrogant and unresponsive to inquiries. Don’t waste your money! There are other leagues out there that will develop your child in a great atmosphere.

Jul 10, 2017
My son did 2 weeks of this camp last year and I can't say enough good things!! Worth every penny. In fact the whole league is amazing. Just a very well run, highly organized and professional organization. I am super impressed with every interaction I have with them.

Jul 9, 2017
East York Baseball camp is one of the best summer camps in the city. My son has attended for the past 3 summers and not only do his skills improve under the leadership of thoughtful and attentive instructors but he has a ton of fun and makes friends. This year we sent my daughter who is less keen about baseball and she started the week with a bit of a negative attitude but by the end of the week declared it was "great" "awesome" and "cool" and is eager to show off her new throwing and catching skills. Fantastic Camp!

Jul 9, 2017
I coach the minor rookie rep AA program, and our team is leaps and bounds better after one week of camp. I sent Andrew our "top needs" list, and the kids came back ready to play. They hit the ball harder, they got lower on ground balls. And they had so much fun! But be prepared, our players were exhausted after camp. This isn't sit around baseball. They are moving. They are working. They are having fun. We love the staff, who are ballplayers themselves, and show the players the right way to play the game. But are also fun-loving players who enjoy being on the diamond with the kids. And, of course, there's slip'n'slide sliding practice! And we have a number of kids who are going back for more. Thanks Andrew and the East York Baseball Camp team!

Feb 1, 2017
A grand slam! Best local camp experience we could possibly send your children to!! Fun, interactive and developmental. Andrew Pace and his team have thought of every aspect in making summer baseball camp an outstanding, safe and memorable experience--the double header? This camp is also fully catered and our kids actually loved the healthy lunch and snack options! Thank-you!

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