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2017

Building Strong School &

Community Baseball Programs Since 1998


Mineola AA Camp 2016

Gatti Baseball Camps

Camps have been building strong school and community programs since 1998. Campers benefit from the 'hands on' teaching philosophy of Dominic Gatti and his staff. All camps boast a 5:1 camper to instructor ratio designed to maximize the experience, resulting in unmatched levels of individualized attention, repetition, and player evaluation and development.

  • LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS SOUGHT AFTER BY HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE COACHES

  • DEVELOP PROPER HITTING, FILEDING, PITCHING & RUNNING MECHANICS

We are thrilled to announce 2 new camps this summer!! We are adding a MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP instructed by North Shore Varsity Coaches Scott Lineman and Rob Gates as well as 2 weeks of Softball training hosted by NYIT Head Coach Steve Christianson. Rejoining the Gatti Camp team is Steve McQuailJon Costa and Ray Chaputian.

2017 Camp Information & Registration Forms

Summer Camp Dates & Locations

We are now accepting enrollment for the following camp locations:

  • MINEOLA AA @ MINEOLA LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL FIELDS: JUNE 26 – JUNE 30 (grades k-5th)
  • OYSTER BAY @ MARINO PARK: JULY 10-14(grades k-5th)
  • NORTH SHORE @ GLEN HEAD COMMUNITY CENTER: JULY 17-21 
  • *NEW* SOFTBALL CAMP @ GLEN HEAD COMMUNITY CENTER: JULY 24-28 (Ages 7-17)
  • *NEW* MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP@ GLEN COVE CAMPY FIELD: July 24 - 28 (grades 6th-8th)
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Download your registration form and mail to Gatti Baseball, P.O. Box 390, Glen Head NY 11545

Registration Forms:

Download your registration form and mail to Gatti Baseball, P.O. Box 390, Glen Head NY 11545


FAQ

Q. What should my child bring to camp?
A. Comfortable athletic attire should be worn each day, rubber cleats (sneakers if an indoor facility is available) bat, glove, sunblock, and a cap to block the sun.

Q. What should my child bring to eat?
A. Each camper must bring a snack (lunch will not be provided.) We will set aside a 'snack time' each day. Water will be provided to each camper.

Q. What time should my child report to camp?
A. Each camper should report to the site no earlier than fifteen minutes prior to the start of the day.

Q. What happens in the event of rain?
A. In the event of inclement weather, we will utilize our indoor resources to carry out instruction. If the camp your child is attending does not have an indoor site, please call 516-815-8330 in the morning before leaving for camp to listen to an updated announcement. If a day of camp has to be cancelled, we will either offer a make up day at the same location the following week, or offer a one day credit at another nearby location.

Q. What Amenities are offered?
Fully equipped restrooms, water fountains, a first aid station and dugouts are available at each location. Also, Dominic Gatti and his staff have each been trained and certified in American Red Cross CPR and Sports First Aid.

Week long camps will:

  • Develop Proper Hitting Fielding, Pitching & Running Mechanics
  • Teach The Fundamentals Sought After By High School And College Coaches
  • Deliver 5:1 Camper To Instructor Ratio

Sample Schedule
8:45 – Players arrive, Conditioning begins
9:20 – Break
9:25 – Throwing Program
9:40 –  Fundamental of the Day
10:10 – Skill Specific Stations
11:25 – Lunch Break
12:00 – Instructional Game – Player to Coach Ratio of 5 to 1