2018 Overnight & Day Camp Sessions

Session    A:  June 25th – July 6th (Ages 9-10) (9 days only)

Session  A2:  June 25th – July 6th (Ages 7-8) (9 half days only)

Session    B:  July 9th – July 20th (Ages 11-12) (Overnight or Day)

Session    C:  July 23rd – August 3rd (Ages 13-15) ( Overnight or Day)

Session    D:  August 6 – August 17 (Ages 9-15)  Days Only “Teach & Test”

(No Camp in  Sessions A on July 4th)

Camp Tuition

Session   A $375  ( All 9 days)  (First week only $225) (Second week only $180)

Session A2 $250 (All 9 half days) (First week only $150)  (Second week only $120)

Session    B  (Day Camp) 1 week $225, 2 weeks $400

Session    B  (Overnight) 1 week $500, 2 weeks $900

Session    C (Day Camp) 1 week $225, 2 weeks $400

Session    C  (Overnight) 1 week $500, 2 weeks $ 900

Session    D  1Week $225 2 weeks $400

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Program Registration Form This general registration form can be used to enroll in anyone of our many baseball programs.

The Steve Ferroli Baseball Camp is located in Hanson, Mass., less than 20 miles south of historic Boston. One of the premier instructional programs in the country, it is owned and directed by the founder of the Ted Williams League and number one teacher of Ted’s world-famous “Science of Hitting” theory, Steve Ferroli.

At the Steve Ferroli Baseball Camp, you’ll get:

Expert instruction in the form of lectures, individual attention, and team play developing campers in every part of their game.
An outstanding safety record that gives parents peace of mind.
Daily games played under Ted Williams League rules, allowing kids to practice and showcase their new skills and teamwork.
Batting cages where kids focus on the most fun: hitting a baseball.
A skill building staircase that guides your camper step-by-step toward enjoying and improving his game.
Individual drills and group practices that prepare campers for live action.
Level testing and awarding, so kids get the chance to demonstrate their new knowledge to the coaches.
Clinics for pitchers and catchers who want to specialize at those positions.
Cutting edge lectures that educate and entertain.
Commuter rail accessibility for affordable transportation flexibility.

Steve personally trains all of his coaches to help your child benefit from his unique teaching model which has been honed over several decades with the same attention to detail that Ted Williams applied to his hitting techniques. All camp coaches master the objectives of our skill building staircase to help campers get to the next level.

Players are involved in at least one game daily played under Ted Williams League rules.  The camp operates in accordance with all Massachusetts recreational state laws and procedures. Massachusetts Camp License #1C07 Hanson, Mass.

About the Director

Nationally recognized batting instructor Steve Ferroli is the founder of the Ted Williams League and owner and director of Ted Williams/Steve Ferroli Instructional Baseball. His baseball career spans more than 40 years, including playing, researching, and teaching the game of baseball. In 1994, former Boston Red Sox great and hall-of-famer Ted Williams named Steve the number one teacher of his world-famous hitting theory.

Steve has authored two hitting books, “Disciple of a Master,” published in 1986, and “Hit Your Potential”, published in 1997. Each book features a foreword written by Ted. Steve has also written and directed the video “Hitting the Ted Williams Way (Parent, Coach and Player).”

Steve began researching youth baseball while studying physical education with a core concentration in coaching at Bridgewater State College in Massachusetts. After an intensive 10-year study, Steve concluded significant changes were needed. In 1997, backed by Ted and test audiences, Steve founded the Ted Williams League. The league provides players 5 years old and up with an appropriate challenge and more safety without the politics associated with traditional leagues.

Steve’s an experienced speaker who has shared his expertise with audiences around the country. In 2004, he presented to 3,000 people at the Ted Williams Museum in Florida. He has also been a featured presenter at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y.

Steve remains dedicated to teaching children and advancing the game of baseball for kids around the world.