Open to baseball and softball players of all skill levels
Spend the offseason at Dodger Stadium at the Dodgers Winter Camp Series presented by Your Southern California BMW Centers!
Baseball and softball players train like the pros for two days on the field with instruction from top Dodgers minor league prospects* Will Smith, Dustin May, Gavin Lux, DJ Peters, Jeren Kendall and many more!
Former instructors include Walker Buehler, Alex Verdugo and Caleb Ferguson!
Every camper will receive the following benefits:
- Dodgers camp t-shirt
- Gift bag
- Commemorative photograph taken during camp
- Behind the scenes tour of Dodger Stadium
- Four (4) Reserve Level vouchers that can be redeemed for a Dodgers preseason game at Dodger Stadium (date TBD)
- An autographed photo of a minor league prospect*
VIP Upgrade: additional $250 per session
Upgrade your camper's experience with the following VIP benefits:
- An autographed baseball by a Dodgers player from the 2018 roster
- An autographed photo of Nomar Garciaparra
- Two (2) Field Level vouchers that can be redeemed for a select 2019 Dodgers regular season home game at Dodger Stadium (dates TBD, terms and conditions apply)
- Option to customize camp t-shirt with an eligible name and number
- $100 credit to the Dodgers Training Academy (terms and conditions apply)
Presented by Your SoCal BMW Centers. Powered by E|L1 and the Dodgers Training Academy. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation.
Dodgers Big League Experience Camps
Get a once-in-a-lifetime experience playing on the field at Dodger Stadium learning from the next generation of big leaguers. Campers will learn about hitting, fielding, base running, throwing and pitching as well as team play and sportsmanship. This camp focuses on baseball and is open to all skill levels.
Campers will be grouped by age and experience.
Instruction Ratio: 1 instructor for every 12 campers
Dodgers High School Baseball Camp
Take your game to the next level with more focused instructional camps specialized for high school ballplayers. Instruction includes hitting, pitching, catching, defense, game situations, speed/strength and agility plus batting practice from home plate like the pros. Open to all skill levels but recommended for competitive athletes.
Campers will be grouped by age and experience.
Instruction Ratio: 1 instructor for every 8 campers
Dodgers Softball Camp
Learn from accomplished and certified softball players who have performed at the highest levels including D-1 college and National Pro Fastpitch coupled with Dodgers prospects' expertise. Campers will receive well-rounded instruction focusing on hitting, pitching, catching, defense and game situations. Open to all skill levels.
Campers will be grouped by age and experience.
Instruction Ratio: 1 instructor for every 8 campers
About the Instructors
Dodgers Training Academy instructors will lead the instruction at the Dodger Winter Camp Series. These instructors are comprised of former MLB All-Stars, D-1 college standouts, Team USA participants, NCAA record holders, NCAA College World Series Champions, NCAA All Americans and professional scouts.
Up to 24 Dodgers Minor League prospects will be assisting with the instruction of the Dodgers Winter Camp Series. Each camp will have a different group of 4-6 prospects. This list is subject to change and there is no guarantee that each camper will interact with each Minor League prospect.
- Will Smith, C: Smith, the 32nd overall selection in the 2016 draft, is the first catcher to be taken in the first round by the Dodgers since Paul Konerko in 1994. Known for his defensive prowess, Smith threw out 48% of basestealers in 2017 and can easily transition to playing second or third base. The 23-year-old has split the 2018 season between Double-A Tulsa and the Oklahoma City Dodgers.
- Dustin May, RHP: After being drafted in the third round of the 2016 draft, May became the first player to ever be selected out of Northwest High School in Justin, Texas. The 6'6" right-handed pitcher started this season with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes before being promoted to the Tulsa Drillers where he went 2-2 with a 3.67 ERA (14 ER/34.1 IP) and 28 strikeouts against 12 walks in six games.
- Gavin Lux, INF: Lux was the Dodgers' first-round pick in 2016 and 20th overall out of Indian Trail High School in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The No. 6 prospect, who plays both shortstop and second base, split this season between the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes and the Tulsa Drillers where he appeared in a combined 116 games, batting .324 with 85 runs, 27 doubles, 8 triples, 15 home runs, and 57 RBI.
- Mitchell White, RHP: White was the highest draft pick out of Santa Clara University since Randy Winn in 1995 after being selected in the second round of the 2016 draft. The 23-year-old started in 23 games this season with the Tulsa Drillers, going 6-7 with a 53 (53 ER/105.1 IP) and 88 strikeouts against 34 walks.
- DJ Peters, OF: Peters was drafted by the Dodgers in the fourth round of the 2016 draft out of Western Nevada College where he set school records for hitting (.419) and home runs (16) in his final year. In 2017 with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, the 6'6" prospect won California League MVP, Rookie of the Year, Post-Season All-Star, and Baseball America High Class A All-Star. In 132 games this season with the Tulsa Drillers, Peters hit .236 with 79 runs, 23 doubles, 29 home runs, and 60 RBI.
- Jeren Kendall, OF: Kendall was selected 23rd overall by the Dodgers in the 2017 draft out of Vanderbilt University. During the College World Series in 2015, he hit a walk-off home run to give the Commodores a 4-3 win over Cal State Fullerton. In 2018, the No. 9 prospect appeared in 114 games for the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, hitting .215 with 20 doubles, three triples, 12 home runs, and 42 RBI.
- Connor Wong, C: A shortstop growing up, Wong only transitioned to catcher two years ago as a sophomore at the University of Houston, which ultimately got him drafted by the Dodgers in the third round of the 2017 draft. In 102 games with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes in 2018, the 22-year-old hit .269 with 20 doubles, two triples, 19 home runs, and 16 RBI.
- Deacon Liput, SS: Liput was drafted out of the University of Florida in the 10th round of the 2018 draft. The 22-year-old fielded the final out of the 2017 College World Series to make the Gators first-time champions. In 42 games with the Great Lakes Loons in 2018, Liput hit .280 with seven double, three triples, five home runs, and 21 RBI.
- John Rooney, LHP: Rooney was the 2018 Colonial Athletic Association Pitcher of the Year, and set numerous records at Hofstra University, including consecutive innings without permitting an earned run (49 1/3), strikeouts in a single season (108), and career (271). Drafted in the third round of the 2018 draft, the No. 18 prospect has split the season between the AZL Dodgers and Great Lakes.
- Hunter Feduccia, C: Feduccia was drafted by the Dodgers in the 12th round of the 2018 draft out of Louisiana State University and began this season with the Ogden Raptors before being promoted to Great Lakes. In 31 games with the Loons, Feduccia hit .290 with six doubles, and nine RBI.
- Omar Estevez, INF: Estevez, who splits his playing time between second base and shortstop, was signed by the Dodgers in 2015 at just 17-years-old out of Matanzas, Cuba. During the 2018 season, Estevez appeared in 128 games with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, batting .278 with 87 runs, 43 doubles, 15 home runs, and 84 RBI.
- Marshall Kasowski, RHP: The Dodgers drafted Kasowski in the 13th round of the 2017 draft out of West Texas A&M, where he led NCAA Division II in strikeouts (165) and strikeout rate (15.9 per nine innings) in 2017 and became the highest pick in Buffs history. Kasowski played for three teams in the 2018 season, beginning with Great Lakes and Rancho Cucamonga, before being promoted to Tulsa combining the season to go 2-1-5 with a 2.09 ERA and 111 strikeouts against 38 walks.
- Braydon Fisher, RHP: Drafted out of Cedar Falls High School in League City Texas, Fisher appeared in the World Wood Bat Association World Championship las October where he impressed the Dodgers to get selected in the fourth round of the 2018 draft. This season, the 18-year-old appeared in 11 games (nine starts) with the Arizona League Dodgers, going 1-2 with a 2.05 ERA (5 ER/22.0 IP) and struck out 19 against nine walks.
- Donovan Casey, OF: Casey was selected by the Dodgers in the 20th round of the 2017 draft out of Boston College. The 22-year-old played for both the AZL Dodgers and Rancho Cucamonga Quakes this season, hitting .258 with 47 runs, 11 doubles, 7 home runs, and 36 RBI.
- Cody Thomas, OF: Thomas was selected by the Dodgers in the 13th round of the 2016 draft out of the University of Oklahoma where he was both a standout baseball and football player. On March 2017, Thomas set Great Lakes Loons' single-game records in home runs (3), RBIs (7) and total bases (12). In 127 games this season with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, Thomas hit .285 with 82 runs, 35 doubles, 7 triples, 19 home runs, and 87 RBI and went on to become a Post-Season All-Star.
- Devin Mann, INF: The Dodgers selected Mann in the fifth round of the 2018 draft out of Louisville. The second baseman played for the AZL Dodgers this season before being promoted to Great Lakes where he played in 63 games, hitting .241 with 26 runs, 13 doubles, two home runs, and 30 RBI.
- Drew Jackson, INF: Jackson was selected by the Mariners in the 5th round of the 2015 draft before being traded to the Dodgers in March 20 The younger brother of former Cubs first-rounder Brett Jackson, Drew hit .251 with 57 runs, 20 doubles, 15 home runs, and 46 RBI in 103 games with the Tulsa Drillers this season.
- Andre Jackson, RHP: Jackson was selected by the Dodgers in the 12th round of the 2017 draft out of the University of Utah. After recovering from Tommy John Surgery in 2017, the 22-year-old made his professional debut this season with the AZL Dodgers before being promoted to Great Lakes. In 14 games with the Loons, Jackson went 1-5 with a 4.35 ERA (24 ER/49.2 IP) and 45 strikeouts against 41 walks.
- Kyle Garlick, OF: Garlick was selected by the Dodgers in the 28th round of the 2015 draft out of Cal Poly Pomona. The 26-year-old was promoted this year from Tulsa to Oklahoma City where he played in 97 games, batting .253 with 49 runs, 18 doubles, 17 home runs, and 46 RBI.
- Brayan Morales, OF: Morales was picked by the Dodgers in the 15th round of the 2016 draft out of Hillsborough Community College in Florida. The Puerto-Rican-born 22-year-old appeared in 86 games this season with the Great Lakes Loons, batting .273 with 45 runs, 15 doubles, six triples, 3 home runs, and 23 RBI.
- Zach Willeman, RHP: Willeman was selected by the Dodgers in the 19th round of the 2017 draft from Kent State. The Toledo, Ohio native split the 2018 season between the AZL Dodgers and Great Lakes Loons, appearing in a combined eight games and went 3-0 with a 1.42 ERA (3 ER/19.0 IP) with 24 strikeouts against eight walks.
- Bryan Warzek, LHP: Warzek was drafted this year in the sixth round out of New Orleans. The left-handed pitcher played in a combined 10 games for the AZL Dodgers and Great Lakes Loons where he went 2-2 with a 2.82 ERA and struck out 38 against five walks.
- Michael Grove, RHP: Right-handed pitcher Grove was selected by the Dodgers in the second round of the 2018 draft out of West Virginia. The 21-year-old had Tommy John surgery in 2017, thus missing the entirety of the 2018 season. In his junior year at West Virginia, Grove went 3-1 with a 2.87 ERA (15 ER/47.0 IP) and 61 strikeouts against 15 walks in nine games started.
- Errol Robinson, INF: Robinson was drafted in the sixth round of the 2016 draft out of Mississippi, where he helped the Rebels reach the College World Series in 2014. Splitting his time between shortstop and second base, the 23-year-old appeared in 117 games this season with Tulsa, hitting .247 with 53 runs, 14 doubles, 10 home runs, and 50 RBI.
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 email@example.com for more details.
Payment plans are available for all four camp sessions when registering prior to January 1, 2019. If registering after January 1, 2019, full payment is due upon registration. The first payment of each plan is due during registration. Each subsequent payment is due the first of each month leading up to your selected camp session (please note the 5-Pay Plan for December sessions requires the second payment by Sept. 21).
- 2-Pay Plan is divided into two equal installments of $225.
- 3-Pay Plan is divided into three equal installments of $150
- 4-Pay Plan is divided into four installments, one at $120 and three at $110
- 5-Pay Plan is divided into five equal installments of $90
Who is going to be at the camps?
All camps will be instructed by Dodger minor league prospects and the Dodgers Training Academy powered by E|L1 .
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.
Does my child need to bring a lunch?
Every child has different needs in regards to food; we want to ensure that your child gets a nutritious meal and that his/her needs are being met. We ask that you bring a pre-packed lunch every day for your child. Water will be provided daily. Please make sure you properly mark your child's lunch. Lunches with ice-packs or cooler type lunch bags are permitted. Concession stands will not be open.
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. Our photo partner, Blue Prints, also sells photo packages.
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?
You may transfer your registration to a different session if space is available. 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 the Dodgers Training Academy powered by E|L1 ?
E|L1 is a movement committed to revolutionizing youth sports, founded by former Seattle Mariners Prospect, Aaron Trolia and backed by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Nomar Garciaparra and Elysian Park Ventures. E|L1 ddresses some of the biggest challenges facing today's youth athletes and their families and coaches with a new approach to instruction, administration and cost. It prides itself on being a player-first organization that values health and well-being as much as training and winning, and believes that youth of all ages and skill levels should have access to amazing experiences in sport.
QUESTIONS - CALL 323-224-1598 OR EMAIL CAMPS@LADODGERS.COM.