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Pioneer Baseball will host its Prospect Camp for ages 14-21 on January 12.(Photo: Kelley Cox, KLCFotos.com)

Pioneer baseball prospect camp set for Jan. 12

  • December 5, 2013 5:00am

Cal State East Bay's head baseball coach Bob Ralston has announced that the program will hold its 2014 Prospect Camp on Sunday, January 12 at the Pioneer Baseball Field. The camp is for prospective student-athletes ages 14-21 and costs $100 per player to attend.

The camp goes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will consist of both offensive and defensive drills, followed by an intrasquad with pitchers throwing live to hitters.

Ralston led a Pioneer squad with eight All-Conference players to a program-best 32-18 record in 2013 and the school's first appearance in the national top-25 rankings since 1977. Former MLB player and Gold Glove-winning centerfielder Darren Lewis is East Bay's associate head coach.

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--Kimberly Legocki

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