Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park will be the Quebec host site for the 2015 Blue Jays Honda Super Camps

Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park in the City of Côte Saint-Luc is one of 15 places across Canada -- and the only one in Quebec -- to host the annual Blue Jays Honda Super Camp for amateur baseball players ages 9 to 16.

The camp runs in Côte Saint-Luc on Tuesday, August 18 and Wednesday, August 19, 2015. To register, visit the Blue Jays Baseball Academy at www.bluejays.com/camps. 

“We have earned a reputation for some of the best baseball fields in Quebec,” Mayor Anthony Housefather said. “People in the baseball world know that if they need high-caliber baseball fields, in the heart of a community that loves its baseball, Côte Saint-Luc is the place.”

Every year, Côte Saint-Luc hosts two Major League Baseball scouting events, as well as all home games for the university baseball teams of McGill and Concordia, many baseball tournaments, and baseball camps. More than a dozen baseball and softball leagues play games in Côte Saint-Luc. Every few years, the Canadian Intercollegiate Baseball Association host their national college tournament in Côte Saint-Luc. The main baseball field at Pierre Elliott Trudeau Park was renamed Gary Carter Field on July 1, 2012, to honour the late Montreal Expos catcher.

The camps will be run by the Blue Jays Baseball Academy in partnership with both Baseball Canada and Little League Baseball Canada.  

A large group of Blue Jays alumni once again return as instructors including Duane Ward, Roberto Alomar, Devon White, George Bell, Lloyd Moseby, Jesse Barfield, and Homer Bush. The Blue Jays alumni will be joined by both coaches from both Baseball Canada and Little League Canada to help provide top level instruction to each participant.

Blue Jays Honda Super Camps will run for four hours each day. Each participant will receive a Blue Jays hat, t-shirt, Blue Jays Baseball Academy Instructional Manual, along with a 12” Alomar Baseball glove.

For more information, contact baseball.academy@bluejays.com or 416-341-2500.

 

 

 

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