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Red Sox Baseball Summer Camps

Camp Curriculum

At Red Sox Baseball Summer Camps, we share one ultimate goal that every drill, swing, and throw is designed to unlock your child's love of the game. The Red Sox Baseball Summer Camps curriculum is designed to accommodate all levels of youth baseball players ranging from young beginners to travel-team participants and every player in between. Our curriculum is designed to teach and reinforce baseball specific skills in a small group instructional format. Over the course of the week, our curriculum builds upon itself to expose young players to new skills, while simultaneously reinforcing the very fundamentals we have taught throughout the week.

Our objective is to build skills and fundamentals on the field as well as character and leadership off the field. We believe that summer is a unique time to expand your young ballplayer’s comfort zone while having fun. We are dedicated to achieving this through the power of play and a connection to the team and sport our ballplayers love. Our activities target six critical developmental areas: emotional mastery, optimism, resiliency, self-efficacy, goal setting, and determination. All areas are aimed at inspiring each ballplayer's personal best and love of the game.


Young athletes perform best when they feel confident and comfortable. For that reason, we divide our camp into five age appropriate levels. Each level teaches a unique set of skills and encourages its own level of competition. This also ensures that ballplayers get a new Red Sox Baseball Summer Camps experience each year!

As some of our older ballplayers progress through the game, our coaching staff works to interconnect your child's passions with their desire to improve specific areas of their game or aspirations to master the intricacies of a new position on the field. Our coaches strive to take a ballplayer's unique game to the next level by utilizing their baseball expertise to give your child the necessary tools to succeed outside of camp in his or her respective little league or travel ball organizations.