Sign up now for Dodgers-White Sox Fantasy Camp

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fantasycamp_logo300x257By Cary Osborne

The opportunity for you to be a Dodger is back.

Deposits are being taken right now for the second annual Dodgers-White Sox Fantasy Camp — a joint offering from the two teams who share Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Arizona as their Spring Training home. This 2017 fantasy camp will take place January 15-21, 2017.

Tommy Lasord and a new generation of coaches including Pedro Guerrero, Steve Sax, Eric Karros and Eric Gagne are among the former Dodgers already scheduled to appear. Tom Paciorek, the former Dodgers and White Sox player, is serving as camp commissioner.

“The Dodger instructors and the campers had such a great experience together in our first camp in Arizona,” said Dodgers executive vice-president and chief marketing officer Lon Rosen.  “The campers loved the partnership with our neighbors, the White Sox, adding to the camaraderie of the camp and making the week a most memorable one for all.”

Throughout the camp, participants (21 and older) will interact with and receive instruction from Dodger and White Sox greats on the field and enjoy hours of baseball stories from the stars of the past off the field — a 24/7 first-class baseball experience.

The camp price includes most meals, single occupancy lodging at nearby hotels used by the two organizations, an authentic personalized Dodgers or White Sox uniform (including jersey, pants and cap), personalized baseball cards with the camper’s photo and camp participation and much more. Campers will play games every day, including doubleheaders on most days, at the premier facilities and fields at Camelback Ranch.

New to the camp this year: Coaches will select teams, and an All-Star Game will be played under the lights on the same field where the Dodgers play their Spring Training games.

For more information or to reserve your roster spot, call (623) 302-5078, e-mail fantasycamp@camelbackranchbaseball.com or visit dodgers.com/fantasycamp.

1 Comment

Sad news…this camp belongs in Vero Beach. Another tradition broken…

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