Baseball Father-Son Camp SOLD OUT
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Due to an overwhelming amount of interest, registration is now closed for Mississippi State baseball’s father-son camp this weekend. No walk-up registration will be allowed.
The annual two-day event is a popular one for families of Diamond Dawg fans, establishing loving memories that last a lifetime. Fathers and sons congregate at Dudy Noble Field, go through drills with the coaching staff and even spend the night in the outfield of what StadiumJourney.com named this past June as the best college baseball stadium in America. In addition, the children at the camp go through drills with the MSU coaching staff.
MSU holds its first public team practice of the year this Saturday afternoon at Dudy Noble Field. State’s 2014 lid-lifter is Friday, Feb. 14, 2013, as the No. 2 Bulldogs begin their 124th season with a 4 p.m. Opening Day contest against Hofstra. For more information on the program, follow the team on social media by searching for “HailStateBB” on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. All-Access coverage of the program can also be found on FanCred.