For about seven years now, TJ has been attending the Renegades baseball camp for three half-days each summer. If you are one of those parents who thinks the only thing your son needs in order to make the major leagues is the right baseball clinic, then this probably isn't the camp for you. But, if you are one of those parents who believes in your kids having fun playing baseball, then this is the best camp going.
On the last day of camp, all of the kids get to take a shot with one at bat against the Renegades players. Each kid gets his name and picture on the scoreboard and gets to have Zolz officially announce their at-bat. Since the camp had a rainout on Thursday, today was the final day, which was nice because I didn't have to play hooky from work in order to watch the "game". Here's TJ:
Unfortunately for TJ, 13 is the oldest you can be to attend this camp. So, depending on when the camp is held next year, this may have been TJ's last Renegades baseball camp. Of course, Brian and Jason are looking forward to their chance, which I think will come next summer.