Camps help develop early love of baseball


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A.J. Boshears said he wanted to work on his catching skills, while Jayden Brown and Evan Rudicel wanted to work on their fielding.

They were among the 120 boys who attended the Seymour baseball camp this week at Seymour High School.

“Catching is my favorite position. It’s easier for me to do,” Boshears, 14, said. “I call the pitches on my (league) team.”

Brown, who plays center field and pitches, said the hardest hits to field are short hops.

“Because you don’t know if you have to backhand them to your side or get down and block them,” Brown, 12, said. “I just like having the fun of pitching and being able to field my position.”

 

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