The 15th annual Father-Son Baseball Camp returns to Tallahassee
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — It was a busy morning in Chiles on Saturday as the 15th annual Father-Son Baseball Camp returned to the capital.
The camp is hosted by two-time World Series champion David Ross and former FSU pro pitcher Bryan Henry, who is now the head coach at Tallahassee Community College.
Nearly 100 parents and children took over the diamond, to learn the basics and, of course, have a lot of fun. This day is special every year, and for Florida graduates, to put it, it still means a lot.
“We want them to get in the car today and be like a man, it was fun, I enjoyed it,” Henry said. “With my son, going through it, that’s the first thing I ask him, did you have fun? Did you learn something? When you pick up your son from camp, did you learn something, yes, yes, no you are. Sure, but when you’re out here, you’re hearing the same thing and you’re learning it with them, and now you can come home and when they’re playing catch in the yard or they’re hitting the tee, they know some things to look for. help with the basics.”
“The baseball community here in Tallahassee is very important to me and has been a huge influence on me,” Ross said. “To come back and see the support we’ve had from local businesses and the parents and kids, I can’t wait to see how it goes year after year and in 15 years, it’s been a lot of fun.”
Overall a fun day in Tallahassee and year #16 will be here in no time.
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