Camps – Stay Tuned

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The Museum hopes to offer week-long day summer camps that provide top-notch skills instruction in an environment promoting the values that made Yogi Berra one of the most beloved athletes of all time: sportsmanship, respect, teamwork and excellence.

Softball camper throwing ball

YBMLC Summer Baseball Camp

Sponsored by the Borman Family Foundation

Summer Camp TBD

Hoping to offer two weeks this summer, both under the direction of instructor Andrew Mulvey, Head Coach at Warlaw-Hartridge, and his team of talented athletes, the Museum’s 2019 baseball camp is ideal for players ages 7-13. Campers will focus on the fundamentals of the game, including throwing, catching, fielding, hitting, base running and more. For optimal learning, campers are split into groups based on skill level.

Refreshments and lunch are provided daily, along with a Museum activity.

Early registration fee is $295 until April 30. After April 30, fee is $325.


YBMLC Summer Softball Camp

Sponsored by the Borman Family Foundation

Summer Camp TBD

The Museum’s 2020 softball camp is scheduled to be directed by Anita Kubicka, the all-time winningest coach in Montclair State softball history. Anita is currently entering her 28th season with the Red Hawks. During her tenure at MSU, Kubicka has produced 38 All-Americans, while setting numerous University and NCAA records. Designed for ages 7-13, the YBMLC softball camp develops player skills in pitching, catching, fielding, hitting and more. For optimal learning, campers are split into groups based on skill level.

Refreshments and lunch are provided daily, along with a Museum activity.