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All Rogues Big League Camps will be guaranteed to have at least one of the following Camp Directors in attendance. 

Conceived by former Major Leaguer, Freddy Sandoval, the Rogues Big League Camps take and apply philosophies, skills and drills taken right from the Majors!  Freddy will teach methods he learned and applied during his time playing with the Anaheim Angels, and implement the mental skills program he used with the Kansas City Royals leading them to a World Series Championship in 2015.

Jeff Lyle returns to the Medford Rogues for his 5th season as assistant coach and pitching coach. In addition to holding a position as Coach and Prospect Evaluation with both Baseball Northwest and USA Baseball, Jeff was a scout with the Atlanta Braves for two years. Jeff has worked with and instructed various professional baseball players including Brandon Drury, Carson Kelly, Blake Snell, Dan Straily and more!

*Below price includes special Rogues Big League Camp t-shirt*

**Become a JR Rogue and get 10% all your camp registrations!**


Private, Semiprivate and Team Lessons

Need some one on one instruction or want Freddy to come work with your team?  No problem!

 

No. of Participants

     Cost Per Hour            

Single

$60

2

$80

3

$100

Team (max 15)

$150

 

For more information about camps, please call the office at (541) 973-2883 or email camps@medfordrogues.com.  

 


Camp Policies

  • All camps must be paid for in advance

  • Coaches reserve the right to move the player to a different camp or clinic if it will best serve them

  • A camp waiver must be signed for each participant in the camp

  • There are no camp refunds. If a child is unable to attend due to a medical issue and present a Dr's note, the child will be provided credit for another camp of similar value

  • Participants must bring their own glove

 

About Freddy.....A graduate of University of San Diego, Sandoval was drafted in 2004 in the 8th Round by the Anaheim Angels. During his time in the Angel’s farm system, he boasted an impressive list of accolades including being named team Captain, named to both mid and postseason All-star games, played in the Future’s Game and was recognized as Best Defensive Third Baseman two years in a row. Sandoval made his major league debut for the Angels in 2008 against the New York Yankees, and was subsequently awarded the Anaheim Angels Organizational Player of the Year. After retiring in 2011, he was named Mental Skills Coach for the Kansas City Royals Organization (which at that time was groundbreaking position that only a handful of other Major League Baseball teams employed) and was with the Royals for their 2014 ALCS and 2015 World Series victories. In 2016, Freddy left the Royals to spend more time with his family and to launch his business The Choice to Believe; offering professional coaching and consulting services specializing in mental skills and developing mind body connection.