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MLB Umpire Camps

Kerwin Danley became a member of the Major League staff in 1998. (AP)

Four umpires to instruct at Camp

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Major League Baseball Umpire Camps Mission

It is the mission of Major League Baseball Umpire Camps to provide quality non-profit training for umpires at all levels. Not only will the demands of umpires' plate and field work be addressed, the attendee will receive: conditioning, nutritional, equipment and safety instruction to enhance his or her experience.

Opportunity of a Lifetime...

To work with and learn from some of umpiring's best.

The Major League Baseball Umpire Camps offer umpires at all levels the chance of a lifetime by providing the services and expertise from the best umpire evaluators in the world and current Major League Baseball umpires. In addition, Professional Minor League Baseball (PBUC) supervisors bring their expertise to round out this fantastic staff. Whether you want to improve your skills at the amateur level or you aspire to become a professional umpire, the 2014 Major League Baseball Umpire Camps offer everything you are looking for!

At the Major League Baseball Umpire Camps, you will improve your plate work, improve your positioning for plays on the bases and strengthen your situation management skills with state-of-the-art instruction at a state-of-the-art-facility built by Major League Baseball. Attendees will also receive conditioning, nutritional, equipment and safety instruction. If you take pride in your work as an umpire, make the modest investment to improve your umpiring resume. Seventy-seven past attendees have been offered jobs in professional Minor League Baseball. The 2013 session has provided scholarships to 10 top students to attend the professional umpire schools in January 2014. Fifteen 2013 attendees will be working in professional baseball this year!

This a great chance for umpires and prospective umpires to learn how the "Big Leagues" do it!

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