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Dodgers Winter Camp Series

Spend the offseason at Dodger Stadium at the Dodgers Winter Camp Series! Athletes ages 7-18 will train on the field with instruction from top Dodgers minor league prospects. Learn the game from those who play at the highest level. Youth camps and a high school camp are available for ballplayers at every stage in the game from beginner to elite.

Powered by the Dodgers Training Academy. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.

Youth Winter Camps

Youth Winter Camper Package: $450 per session

Every youth camper will receive the following benefits:

  • Dodgers camp t-shirt
  • Gift bag
  • Commemorative photograph taken during camp
  • Four (4) reserve level vouchers that can be redeemed for a Dodgers preseason game at Dodger Stadium on March 23, 2020 or March 24, 2020

VIP Upgrade: $250 per session

Upgrade your youth camper's experience with the following VIP benefits:

  • An autographed baseball by a Dodgers player from the 2019 roster
  • Invitation to a group Q&A with a Dodgers player before the March 23, 2020 Dodgers preseason home game at Dodger Stadium*
  • One (1) 2020 Dodger Stadium FanFest autograph voucher**
  • Two (2) field level vouchers that can be redeemed for a select Dodgers regular season home game at Dodger Stadium (dates TBD)
  • Option to customize camp t-shirt with a name and number***
*Date subject to change.
**Redeemable for select autograph lines.  
***Must be approved by the Dodgers

Youth Fundamentals Camps

Youth Fundamentals Camper Package
$450 per session
Ages 7-12

Session 1: Dec. 7-8

Session 2: Jan. 4-5

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Give your child a once-in-a-lifetime experience playing on the field at Dodger Stadium learning from the next generation of big leaguers. Campers will learn the fundamentals of hitting, fielding, base running, throwing and pitching as well as team play and sportsmanship. This baseball camp is open to all skill levels.

What to Expect:

  • Fundamental Skills Instruction
  • Relay Races
  • Golden Glove Game
  • Dodgers Trivia
  • Friendly Competitions
  • Behind the scenes tour of the Dodgers clubhouse area
  • And MUCH more!

Youth Advanced Skills Camps

Youth Advanced Skills Camper Package
$450 per session
Ages 9-14

Session 1: Nov. 30-Dec. 1

Session 2: Dec. 21-22

Session 3: Jan. 18-19

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If your child is an experienced player looking to step up their game, then the Youth Advanced Skills Camp is for you! Campers will run through a series of drills designed to enhance their skills and prepare them for the next level of play. This baseball camp is best for athletes who have been playing organized baseball for a few seasons.

What to Expect:

  • Infield Work
  • Performance Training
  • Outfield Work
  • Pitching
  • Catching
  • Hitting
  • Base Running
  • Bunting

High School Camp

High School Camper Package: $300 per session

Every high school camper will receive the following benefits:

  • Dodgers training shirt
  • Copy of metrics test results
  • Swag bag
  • Four (4) reserve level vouchers that can be redeemed for a Dodgers preseason game at Dodger Stadium on March 23, 2020 or March 24, 2020

    VIP Upgrade: $250 per session

    Upgrade your high school camper's experience with the following VIP benefits:

    • An autographed baseball by a Dodgers player from the 2019 roster
    • Invitation to a group Q&A with a Dodgers player before the March 23, 2020 Dodgers preseason home game at Dodger Stadium*
    • One (1) 2020 Dodger Stadium FanFest autograph voucher**
    • Two (2) field level vouchers that can be redeemed for a select Dodgers regular season home game at Dodger Stadium (dates TBD)
    • Option to customize camp t-shirt with a name and number***

    *Date subject to change.

    **Redeemable for select autograph lines.  

    ***Must be approved by the Dodgers

    High School Pro-Style Workout

    High School Camper Package
    $300 per session
    Freshman-Senior

    Session 1: Nov. 17

    Session 2: Nov. 17

    The High School Pro-Style Workout is designed for athletes who want to experience a major league workout using advanced metric testing and properly prepare for college or professional play. Led by the Dodgers player development and strength & conditioning professionals in tandem with the Dodgers Training Academy, athletes will run through a series of drills and tests to gain informed insights on their game and walk away with the tools to improve.

    What to Expect:

    • Measure and breakdown velocity, strength, speed, and mobility
    • Tools to improve performance based on metric scores
    • Simulated pro-style bullpen session
    • Simulated pro-style batting practice
    • Family education session with baseball operations staff
    • And more!

    Minor League Prospects

    Former prospects now on the 40-man roster who instructed previous Dodgers Winter Camps include:

    • Walker Buehler
    • Alex Verdugo
    • Will Smith
    • Caleb Ferguson
    • Gavin Lux
    • Dustin May
    • Tony Gonsolin
    • Edwin Rios
    • Dennis Santana
    • Josh Sborz
    • Keibert Ruiz

    The following minor league prospects will be assisting with the 2019-2020 Dodgers Winter Camps, 4-6 prospects per camp. This list is subject to change and there is no guarantee that each camper will interact with each Minor League prospect.

    • Jeter Downs*- Formerly a 32nd overall pick by the Reds in 2017, Jeter Downs is a powerful shortstop with the speed to steal bases who earned both mid-season and post-season All-Star honors in the California League this season.
    • Josiah Gray*- In his first season with the Dodgers organization since coming over in a trade with Cincinnati, Josiah Gray earned the Branch Rickey Minor League Pitcher of the Year Award after posting an 11-2 combined record across three different minor-league levels in 2019.
    • DJ Peters*- A centerfielder and Glendora High School product, DJ Peters was named MVP of the California League in his first full year in the minors in 2017 and earned a promotion to Triple-A last season.
    • Kody Hoese- The Dodgers' first-round selection in the 2019 draft out of Tulane, Kody Hoese boasts plenty of natural power, a disciplined approach and the ability to drive the ball from gap to gap.
    • Diego Cartaya- Diego Cartaya was MLB Pipeline's top-rated international amateur in the 2018 class, and the catcher was advanced enough to make his U.S. debut at age 17 earlier this year.
    • Connor Wong*- A two-time mid-season All-Star in the California League, Connor Wong is a catcher and University of Houston alum with power who has can also play the infield.
    • Michael Grove*- With their second-round pick in the 2018 draft, the Dodgers took Michael Grove, a hard-throwing righty who spent two years as a starter for West Virginia.
    • Miguel Vargas- The son of an Olympic gold medal-winning baseball player, Migual Vargas is a third baseman from Havana, Cuba who has showcased great bat-to-ball skills in his two years as a Dodgers prospect.
    • Gerardo Carillo- Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Gerardo Carrillo was playing for the Mexican League's Tijuana Toros before the Dodgers discovered and signed the starting pitcher with a sinking fastball and an advanced changeup.
    • Alex De Jesus- Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Alex De Jesus signed with the Dodgers in 2018 and hit .296 in the Dominican Summer League this year.
    • Ryan Pepoit- Ryan Pepoit is a starting pitcher with a four-pitch mix who joined the Dodgers' minor league system in 2019 as a third-rounder after three years in the rotation for the Butler Bulldogs.
    • Robinson Ortiz- Robinson Ortiz signed with the Dodgers out of the Dominican Republic in 2017 and is a left-handed starter whose fastball reaches 95 mph.
    • Devin Mann*- A versatile infielder out of the University of Louisville, Devin Mann started to show power to all fields for Class A-Advanced Rancho Cucamonga in the 2019 season.
    • Zach Reks- After playing college ball at Air Force and Kentucky, Zach Reks has continued to develop a powerful left-handed swing since the Dodgers drafted him in the 10th round in 2017.
    • Brandon Lewis*- Brandon Lewis, a power-hitting corner infielder from Granada Hills, was selected as a mid-season All-Star for Ogden last season - his first year of pro ball after playing at UC Irvine.
    • Jack Little- Jack Little was the closer for the Stanford during his sophomore and junior seasons before the Dodgers drafted the Las Vegas native in the fifth round last summer.
    • Jeff Belge- After three seasons as both a starter and reliever for St. John's, Jeff Belge started became a full-time reliever this summer and earned an early promotion from Rookie Ball to Class-A after posting a 0.53 ERA for the Ogden Raptors.
    • Leonal Valera- Leonal Valera is a speedy shortstop from Barinas, Venezuela, who can also play second base and third base.
    • Nick Robertson- A 6-foot-6 reliever and James Madison University alumni, Nick Robertson pitched for the Ogden Raptors and Arizona League Dodgers during his first pro season in 2019.
    • Sam McWilliams- Sam McWilliams, who can play both infield and outfield, earned a mid-season All-Star nod for Ogden last year, his second as a professional.
    • Logan Boyer- Logan Boyer is a former UC San Diego hurler with an electric fastball who was also high school classmates with Cody Bellinger in Chandler, Arizona.
    • Aaron Ochsenbein- Aaron Ochsenbein became the closer at Eastern Kentucky University in his senior year, when he posted a 0.83 ERA and earned a sixth-round selection by the Dodgers in last summer's draft.
    • Logan Salow- Logan Salow is a left-handed pitcher who spent his senior year of college as the closer at Kentucky and earned a promotion to Double-A after he was named a mid-season All-Star in the California League this year.
    • Ryan Ward- In the eighth round of last June's draft, the Dodgers drafted Ryan Ward, an outfielder who hit .383 across three years of Division-I ball with Bryant College.
    • Jair Camargo- 
    *Returning camp instructor

    Team Rates and Fundraising

    Want to bring out your little league, travel ball or high school team to camp? Interested in fundraising for your school or league? Team rates and fundraising options are available for groups of eight campers or more. Email camps@ladodgers.com for more details.

    Payment Plans

    Payment plans are available for all youth camp sessions. The first payment of each plan is required during registration. Custom payment plans can be arranged by request to camps@ladodgers.com.

    2-Pay Payment Plan

    The Youth Camp 2-Pay Payment Plan is divided into two equal installments of $225.

    The High School Camp 2-Pay Payment Plan is divided into two equal installments of $150.

    3-Pay Payment Plan

    The Youth Camp 3-Pay Payment Plan is divided into three equal installments of $150.

    The High School Camp 3-Pay Payment Plan is divided into three equal installments of $100.

    FAQ

    Who is going to be at the camps?

    All camps will be instructed by Dodger minor league prospects and the Dodgers Training Academy.

    Will my child be able to bring cleats?

    We prefer if your child wears athletic sneakers and not cleats. However, if they wear rubber cleats they will be allowed on the field. Metal cleats will NOT be allowed on the field.

    Does my child need to bring his/her own equipment?

    YES - your child is required to bring his/her fielding glove. Please feel free to bring a batting glove, bat and/or batting helmet if you desire. Please make sure you clearly mark your child's belongings, as we are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

    Can I take pictures of my child?

    We will have a photographer on site to take pictures. Your package will include one commemorative photo of your child taken during the camp. Parents can take pictures from the family viewing section during camp hours. Our photo partner, Blue Prints, also sells photo packages.

    Can my child get autographs from Dodger minor league players?

    Campers will have the opportunity to receive an autograph from each minor league prospect at their camp at the end of the day on the second day of camp. Campers may bring one personal item to have signed. It is discouraged to request autographs during camp sessions to minimize distractions to the instructors and fellow campers.

    Where do I drop off/pick up my child?

    All camp participants are to be dropped-off and picked-up at the designated camp area at Dodger Stadium. Due to offseason construction, the usual centerfield area will be relocated. More details will be updated closer to the start of camp.

    Can I stay and watch the camp session?

    Families and friends are welcome to stay and watch their kids. All viewers will be asked to sit in the designated family section seats. Only campers and camp staff will be allowed on the field. Feel free to bring an umbrella for shade and food and beverages as concession stands will not be open. There will also be optional parent sessions at all camps.

    Do I have to sign in my child or can a family member/friend do it?

     All camp participants are to be signed in and out every day of camp by their parents/legal guardians or a person designated during the online registration or sent to Camps@LADodgers.com via email. A proper ID will be required.

    What if my child is diabetic or has special needs?

    The Dodgers will make special accommodations for children with special needs. Please make sure to include all medications in the medical section of the online registration form.

    When will I receive my (4) Dodger preseason game ticket vouchers?

    You will receive an email with a promo code to redeem online for your ticket vouchers.

    What is the refund/cancellation policy?

    You may transfer your registration to a different session if space is available. There is no refund or credit for cancellations or days unattended by the camper(s).

    What is the inclement weather policy?

    Any camp day canceled due to inclement weather will be rescheduled for a later date. There is no refund or credit for days unattended by the camper(s).

    What is the difference between each camp?

    Youth Fundamentals Camp is best for beginner baseball players. Instruction will include a variety of fun-focused baseball drills, instructional games and friendly competitions.

    Youth Advanced Skills Camp is best for baseball players that want to take their game to the next level. Instruction will include a variety of drills designed to fine-tune skills and prepare campers for advanced play.

    High School Pro-Style Workout is for serious high school baseball players who want to experience what it is like to train at the highest level and learn the tools to get there.

    QUESTIONS - CALL 323-224-1598 OR EMAIL CAMPS@LADODGERS.COM.