click to enlarge Learn from the pros at the Spokane Indians' baseball clinic.
Learn from the pros at the Spokane Indians' baseball clinic.

Skyhawks Baseball |Camps offer progressional instruction and teaching in fielding, catching, throwing, hitting and baserunning. Coed, ages 4-12. Held at local parks throughout the Spokane/CdA area. Camps offered June-August. $69-$155/session. skyhawks.com

The Hitting Zone Summer Camps |A session covering daily drills, mental aspects of the game, approach, mechanics and more. Ages 9-15. June 19-21, 9-10:30 am. $140. hittingzonespokane.com

BaseballTots |This camp uses a variety of games to engage kids while teaching the sport of baseball and developing fundamental skills. Sessions for ages 2-6. June 19-Aug. 19, meets once a week; times and locations at area parks vary. $84-$116. supertotsports.com

Premier Mitts |Sessions include specialized coaching instruction in infield and hitting, making difficult plays, positions and more. Ages 8-18. June 26-29, July 10-13, July 17-20, July 24-27 and July 31-Aug. 3; times and session focus vary. At Whitworth University's Merkel Field. $135-$175. premiermittsinc.com

WSU Baseball Youth Camp |A day camp for young players, at Bailey-Brayton field on the WSU campus. For boys and girls ages 7-11. June 26-29, 9 am-noon. $175. athletics.wsu.edu/camps

Zags Baseball "Lil Zags" Camp |An intermediate level, fundamental skills class on hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching and more. Boys and girls ages 7-10. June 26-28, from 9 am-3 pm. $225. collegebaseballcamps.com/zags

Zags Baseball "Pups" Camp |A camp for beginning players to teach basic fundamentals in hitting, fielding, throwing and more. Boys and girls ages 4-6. June 6-27, from 9-11 am. $50. collegebaseballcamps.com/zags

Spokane Indians Youth Clinic |Attendees receive instruction from Spokane Indians players on the fundamentals of hitting, throwing, fielding and base-running. Mascot Otto and Spokane Indians players also meet with campers for photos and autographs. (Clinic is free with purchase of tickets to that night's game.) Ages 6-12. Offered on July 6 and 26, 3:30-5:30 pm. $6/session. spokaneindians.com (343-6886)

Zags Baseball "Big Dogs" Camp |Advanced fundamental skills camp on hitting, fielding, throwing, pitching and more. Boys and girls ages 11-14. July 10-12, from 9 am-3 pm. $225. collegebaseballcamps.com/zags

Hitting Zone Infield Only |This special session covers feeds and pivots up the middle, backhands, footwork, glove work and much more. Ages 9-15. July 12-14, from 9-11 am. $150. hittingzonespokane.com (868-2013)

WSU Baseball Team Camp |Regional teams interested in this session from July 14-16 should contact Assistant Baseball Coach Alex DeAngelis for information and registration: alexander.deangelis@wsu.edu or 541-231-9178

WSU Baseball Summer Camp |Athletes of all levels learn and hone game fundamentals, develop a positive mental attitude and more. Boys in grades 4-12. July 16-20, overnight and day options. $275-$500. athletics.wsu.edu/camps

Hitting Zone Baseball Camp |A session covering every aspect of the game. Highlights include a camp Olympics, whiffle ball World Series and high-level drills. Ages 9-15. July 17-20, 9-11:30 am. July 14-16. Open to players of all levels, $179. hittingzonespokane.com

Gonzaga Baseball High School Prospects |A camp for high school players (graduates from 2018-22) interested in playing at a college level to receive Division I-level coaching. Limited to the first 90 participants. Aug. 1-3. July 14-16. $295. collegebaseballcamps.com/zags

WSU Baseball Prospect Camp |Campers have an opportunity to showcase skills in front of WSU coaching staff during workouts and live games. Open to boys ages 13-17. Aug. 25-27. July 14-16. $250. athletics.wsu.edu/camps

Pirates Baseball Prospect Camp |A two-day session for high school players, offering instruction in offensive skills, drills, campus tours, workouts and and a collegiate-style scrimmage. Sept. 9-10. $100. whitworthbaseballcamps.com

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