Troy University Baseball Camp is a Hit with Young Players

Posted: Wednesday, 25 July 2007

Daniel Porter

Troy University Outfielder Daniel Porter demonstrates proper throwing techniques to young players at the Bobby Pierce Troy University Baseball Camp in Dothan. Children ages 6 to 13 participated in the one-day camp. Event sponsors included the Troy University Wiregrass Alumni Association, Dothan Leisure Services, Dothan Eagle, CenturyTel, Photorama, ScreenTech, Holiday Inn Express, Quality Inn, Coca-Cola, Sports Talk AM 560 WOOF “The Ball,” WOOF 99.7, Durden Outdoor, Burger King, AB&T National Bank and Regions Bank.Photos by: Inga Oberst/Troy University

Shohei Fujita

As six-year-old William Parsons of Ozark prepares to make a catch, Troy University Short Stop Shohei Fujita of Japan shares some pointers. Approximately 140 young players took part in the annual Bobby Pierce Troy University Baseball Camp at Westgate Park’s Dixie Youth Complex in Dothan. Photos by: Inga Oberst/Troy University

Justin Oliver

Six-year-old Justin Oliver of Dothan practices his throwing technique at the Bobby Pierce Troy University Baseball Camp. During the camp, area children also worked on their pitching, catching and batting skills under the direction of Coach Pierce and his players. The annual event is organized by the Troy University Wiregrass Alumni Association.Photos by: Inga Oberst/Troy University