Location: All Star Sports Academy, Toms River
Date: Martin Luther King Jr. Day -- January 20th, Monday (most schools are off)
Time: 11:30pm - 1:30pm | Ages 8 -16 | - Sold Out
Refund Policy: 100% refund policy as long as we are notified by January 16th.
We are only offering one sessions and space is very limited, so do not miss out on getting your spot. This will sell out quickly. Charlie, Jeff and Todd Frazier will be giving a 1-day Hitting Only Clinic on how to hit the Frazier way.
Frazier Baseball Camps teaches children the fundamentals of baseball in a fun and engaging setting. Charlie, Jeff, and Todd have a contagious passion for Baseball that inspires everyone they coach. Whether you are looking to get a jump-start on the next year, or looking to fine tune skills this winter Frazier Baseball Camp will help get your child to the next level. There are many clinics out there, but it is not often that you can attend a clinic with an active MLB up-and-coming star along with two other former profesional baseball players as the instructors.
Jeff Frazier scoring his first MLB run with the Tigers against the Red Sox
Jeff was on the Toms River team that made it to the Little League World Series in 1995. Jeff attended Rutgers University, where he hit .382 in his final collegiate season before being drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 3rd round of the 2004 draft. In 2010 Jeff made his debut at the Major League Level with the Tigers.
Charlie Frazier w/Darryl Strawberry @ the USABL Summer Camp
Charlie was a member of the Toms River High School South State Championship team in 1998. He was 1st Team All-State and Gatorade High School player of the year. Charlie went on to be drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 6th Round out of High School. He played in the Marlins organization from 1998 to 2005. Charlie is currently a Toms River South HS baseball coach.
Todd Frazier hitting a bullet agaisnt Pittsburgh Pirates A.J. Burnett on 9/28/2012
Todd is a Toms River local with many baseball accomplishments including being the shortstop and pitcher on the Toms River team that won the Little League World Series in 1998. Todd later went on to play shortstop at Rutgers before being drafted 34th overall by the Cincinnati Reds in 2007. Currently, Todd is the starting third baseman for the Cincinnati Reds. Todd currently has 15 home runs and 65 RBI's in his 2nd Major League Season as of 9/10/2013