South Grand Prairie Baseball Camp Grand Prairie, Texas
NIKE Baseball Camps is very excited to add the South Grand Prairie Baseball Camp to its 2013 camps. Camp will run at this premier Texas location July 29th-August 2nd. Join the fun and get better this summer!
"I hope that each camper will come away with an excitement for baseball and a passion for the game. It is very important to me that the kids at camp learn to love the game of baseball and learn skills from our staff that will allow them to be the best baseball player they can be." - Coach Moore
- Coaching from professional directors and staff
- Baseball Instruction, drills and scrimmages
- Personal evaluation of your baseball skills
- NIKE Baseball Camp T-shirt and camp prizes
Coach Bo Moore has been coaching high school baseball for the last six years, three of those being a head coach in the DFW area. In addition to coaching he is a baseball scout and works for Baseball Factory trying to get kids scholarships.
Moore played baseball overseas in Germany and won a German Championship for the Solingen Alligators. He also had a career in minor league baseball for the Richmond Roosters and El Paso Diablos.
Moore played 4 years of college baseball, earning All-American honors. He played high school baseball at Arlington Lamar High School. He was a 2-time all-district performer and a Baseball Factory All-American.
Joe graduated from Arlington Bowie High School in 2002 and attended Northwood University on a baseball scholarship from 2003-2006. Joe was a four-year starter at shortstop for the Knights and is the single-season/career leader in triples at both alma maters. Joe is now in his third year at South Grand Prairie as the Varsity Assistant and infield coach. Joe is married to his wife Amy and they have a 14-month old, switch-hitting shortstop named Kason.
Paul, 30, is in his eighth year as a South Grand Prairie baseball coach. Paul graduated from SGP in 2000 after playing four years for long-time SGP baseball coach, Frank Garner. Paul played his collegiate baseball as an infielder at Northwood University and graduated in 2004.
Paul resides in Arlington with his wife, Candice, and son Talon.
Pelfrey, 35, is in his seventh year at South Grand Prairie after coaching at Northwood University for 4 years from 2000-2004. Dennis played 4 years at Northwood University from 1995-1999 where he posted a .372 career batting average, .473 on base percentage, 38 home runs, and 92 stolen bases as a leadoff hitter. At Northwood, he set an NAIA record with a 27 game hitting streak in 1998.
After Northwood, he played 6 years of Independent Minor League baseball from 1999-2004. Dennis posted a .266 batting average, 26 home runs, 166 RBI, and 93 stolen bases in his professional career.
In his second year as a 3rd Base / Hitting Coach in Minor League baseball this summer with the Gary Southshore Railcats, the team posted a team batting average of .286 and averaged 5.1 runs per game.
This is his 4 year as the head coach at SGP and has won the District and Bi-District Championship in each of his first 2 season as the head coach with a career record of 61 wins, 41 loses, and 1 tie.
Dennis has a 8 year old daughter named Kiley.
Rick Bauer is a former right-handed Major League Baseball pitcher who was last with the Long Island Ducks of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball.
Bauer graduated in 1995 from Centennial High School in Meridian, Idaho and played two seasons for Treasure Valley Community College in Ontario, Oregon
Bauer was selected by the Baltimore Orioles in the fifth round of the 1997 amateur draft.He was a starting pitcher in the Orioles minor league system from 1997 through 2001, compiling a 41-39 record in 119 games (114 starts) with a 4.39 ERA in 6662⁄3 innings pitched.
Bauer made his major league debut in a start against the Seattle Mariners on September 2, 2001, a 1-0 loss in which he surrendered just one run on three hits and two walks in 61⁄3 innings. He pitched primarily in relief for Baltimore from 2001 through 2005, making 116 relief appearances and nine starts and compiling an 8-13 record with a 4.58 ERA in 240 innings pitched.
Sample Daily Schedule
- 8:45 a.m. Campers Arrive/ Talk About Day Ahead
- 9:00 a.m. Stretch/Throw/Defensive Stations
- 11:00 a.m. Coach Lecture
- 11:30 a.m. Lunch (Please bring a bag lunch)
- 12:15 p.m. Hitting Statiions
- 1:15 p.m. Games
- 2:00 p.m. Campers Depart