2019 Stanford Baseball All-Star Camps (HS Aged Players)
Enrollment is restricted to any and all high school baseball players who will graduate from high school in 2020, 2021, or 2022.
This camp is open to any and all registrants that are 2020-2022 graduates.
Camp Dates (Every session has exactly the same camp itinerary)
Session 1: Wednesday, June 26 – Saturday, June 29
Session 2: Saturday, June 29 – Tuesday, July 2
Session 3: Saturday, July 6 – Tuesday, July 9
Session 4: Tuesday, July 9 – Friday, July 12
$1100 covers all baseball activities, both practice and competition, all travel to and from away fields, all food and lodging during camp hours, camp jersey and hat. You must pay a minimum deposit of $300. The rest of your camper balance can be spread out over equally monthly amounts. For example, if you signed up in January and paid the minimum deposit of $300, you would have a balance due of $800. The balance would be paid in monthly installments. On February 1, March 1, April 1, May 1, and June 1, your credit card on file would be charged $160 on each of those dates until you are paid in full.
The All-Star Baseball Camps are considered as the most popular summer collegiate camps in the country and have been existence for over 20 years. The Stanford All-Star Baseball Camp is widely recognized by college coaches as the best baseball camp in the nation!
This camp is much more than a showcase or identification camp. We describe it as a 3-day “BASEBALL EXPERIENCE”. You will live 3 days of baseball. You will receive college instruction, play games and experience campus life at Stanford University.
The Stanford Baseball Camps are the best way to be seen and evaluated from our coaching staff. On our current roster and with our 2019 recruiting class over 80% of those players have attended Stanford Baseball Camps. That roster won the 2018 Pac-12 Championship and produced two first round draft picks along with a 4th round draft pick.
This four day/three-night camp will have first class instructors from over 40 UNIVERSITIES. The colleges represented on staff vary with every session. This type of setup allows for exposure to many other schools besides Stanford University.
We have multiple objectives for our camp. First, we want to evaluate a player’s current level of abilities and identify what a player has to do to improve his skill level. Second, we want to expose your baseball skills to colleges from every region of the country. Thirdly, we want to give you our opinion of what level of baseball should be available to the player in his coming years. Finally, we want to give you access to some of the best baseball instructors in the country. Our staff is very “hands on” during the camp with the hope that our suggestions will lead to improvement in your game.
• Each team (campers) plays a 9-inning baseball game each day
• Each player will participate in a full 2 ½ hour practice each day.
• Instruction is all aspects of baseball from the Stanford staff and other top College and High School baseball coaches
• A total staff of 70, with 50 college coaches from approximately 40 schools will be represented
• College coaches will coach all camp teams. Your team coach will provide a baseball evaluation at the conclusion of camp.
• All instruction areas have college coaches overseeing and performing the instruction.
• Two of your three games will be played at Stanford’s Sunken Diamond. We use only one away baseball field. Utilizing only two fields allows coaches on our staff to be highly efficient in evaluating players.
• Baseball analytics such as ball exit speed, launch angle, spin rate, etc will be provided to you.
• Personalized camp jersey and camp baseball hat.
• Most of all the All- Star Camp activities will take place at Stanford’s Baseball Field, Sunken Diamond, which has undergone a 7.5 Million renovation in the fall of 2015
• You will experience campus life at Stanford University.
First Day of Camp:
4:00pm – 5:00pm Camp registration
6:30pm Go to baseball field to be fitted in camp attire, headshot
7:30pm Coach Esquer’s motivational talk and camp logistics
10:00pm Everyone in dorm
11:00pm Lights out
Last Three Dates of Camp:
7:00am – 8:15am Breakfast/Room Shape-Up
8:30am – 8:45am Stretch/Warm-Up
8:45am – 11:45am Teams Practice/Skill Development of Competitive Game
11: 45am – 1:15pm Lunch
1:15pm – 4:15pm Teams Practice/Skill Development of Competitive Game
5:00pm – 6:15pm Dinner
6:30 PM – 9:30 PM Evening Activity/Game
10:00pm Everyone in Dorm
11:00pm Lights Out
Camp registration is on first day of camp from 4:00pm – 5:00pm. Registration takes place at the dorm where we will be staying for camp. Dorm assignments will be determined at a later date.
Every year some of our camp attendees travel by themselves. We do offer transportation to and from the airport for a cost of $40 each way. If you are checking into making flight arrangements you should use the following criteria. You should arrive the FIRST DAY of camp into the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Airport between 12 noon and 2:00pm.
For your return flight, you should schedule a flight on the LAST DAY of camp after 6:00pm out of the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose Airport. Special circumstances should call Dean Stotz AT 650-996-2060.
Camp Information Packet
A full packet of camp information and camp details will be emailed out to participants in April.
There will be a certified athletic trainer at all fields to care for minor injuries and illness. If a camper gets sick or injured while at camp, they will assess the situation and make the decision of what needs to be done. Parents or guardians will be contacted immediately if there is a serious injury or if a camper needs to leave camp early for a medical reason. Please make a notation on the medical portion of your registration if there is any medical condition we should be aware of in advance of the camper’s attendance at camp.
Insurance information provided on the Medical Waiver Form MUST be accurate. All campers must have their own medical insurance.
Camp Medical Wavier Form
Each camper must have a completed and signed Medical Wavier Form in order to attend camp. If you register for camp online, the Medical Wavier Form can be completed online as well. If you are mailing in a registration form, you will receive a printable version of the Medical Wavier Form when you receive your registration confirmation email.
Can I attend camp as a “Day Camper”?
You do not have to stay in the dorm or eat in the dorm, but we have just one rate for camp, $1100. We do not offer a separate “day camper” fee.
If I'm attending camp with friends or teammates—can we be roommates in dorm?
Absolutely. When your register online there will be a spot for your to request a roommate(s). In addition, we try (but cannot guarantee) to put friends on the same camp team.
Refund Policy and Cancelation Policy
There is a $300 refund fee if you cancel before May 1, 2019. No refunds will be given if you cancel after May 1, 2019. Just for total clarification this includes if you have to cancel after May 1, 2019 but before camp begins, because you became injured and could not participate in camp because of that injury.
Are parents welcome?
YES! You can follow and observe your son in each game and practice segment. We have blocked rooms at the Sheraton Palo Alto. The Sheraton Palo Alto is our host hotel. The Sheraton is a 10-minute walk from Stanford’s baseball field, Sunken Diamond.
We play games in camp thus campers are assigned to a specific team. There are 14 teams in camp. For 10 of the 14 teams, camp will end at 4:00pm, on the last day of your camp. For 4 teams, camp will end by 6pm, on the last day of your camp. Departure will be immediately following from Sunken Diamond.