Who is going to be at the camps?
All camps will be instructed by Dodger minor league prospects, Garciaparra Baseball Group (GBG) Training Academy and Northwest Prospects Academy (NPA).
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. We do have youth bats and helmets that they can use during the camp.
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 Left Field Pavilion seats during camp hours.
Can my child get autographs from Dodger minor league players?
Campers may ask for autographs during breaks but are discouraged from doing so during camp sessions to minimize distractions to the instructors and special guests. Your package will include an autographed photo of a minor league prospect.
Where do I drop off/pick up my child?
All camp participants are to be dropped off and picked up at the centerfield gate located in Lot G by the Left Field Pavilion.
Can I stay and watch the camp session?
Parents are welcome to stay and watch their kids. All parents will be asked to sit in Pavilion seats. No parents will be allowed on the field. Feel to free to bring an umbrella for shade and food and beverages. 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; make sure you include all medications in your medical release 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?
The entire registration fee, less a 20% non-refundable processing fee, will be refunded if a camper cancels at least two weeks prior to the first day of camp. At any time after that date, there is no refund. There is no refund or credit for days unattended by the camper(s).
What is the inclement weather policy?
Any camp days 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?
Dodgers Big League Experience Camps is for baseball players of all skill levels. Instruction will include a variety of baseball drills, instructional games and competitions.
Dodgers Softball Camp is for softball players of all skill levels. Instruction will include a variety of softball drills, instructional games and competitions.
Dodgers High School Camp is for high school baseball players. This camp is the most drill and instruction-intensive of any of the camps.
What is Northwest Prospects Academy & GBG Training Academy?
NPA and GBG Training Academy have created a ground-breaking business infrastructure that pairs our nation's youth with high-profile men and women of influence who teach from a position of professional experience and expertise in baseball, softball and football. Instructors are comprised of former MLB All-Stars, NFL, D-1 college standouts, Team USA participants, NCAA record holders, NCAA College World Series Champions, NCAA All Americans and professional scouts.
QUESTIONS - CALL 323-224-1598 OR EMAIL CAMPS@LADODGERS.COM.