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Minneapolis, MN (Camden HS) - Twins Youth Clinic (Baseball) 

Summer 2024
Jun 7 ’24
Jun 7 ’24
Registration Dates:
Mar 18 ’24 – Jun 7 ’24 regular
Great River Energy
Minimum age:
6 years old
Maximum age:
12 years old
Age as of:
Sep 1 ’24
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun 4:00pm to 6:00pm
Individual Fees

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Minneapolis, MN - Camden High School - Twins Community Fund Youth Clinic

The summer of 2024 will be the 62nd season that the Minnesota Twins and the Twins Community Fund, in partnership with Great River Energy, will offer free youth baseball and softball clinics. Created in 1961 by longtime Twins scout Angelo Giuliani, our clinic program serves to promote baseball and softball to boys and girls throughout Twins Territory. Our Youth Clinics have always been available to participants for free and will remain that way.

Our Youth Clinics teach fundamentals of the game, including but not limited to hitting, throwing, and fielding. Along with reinforcing important frameworks, clinics spread the JOY and FUN of baseball and softball. The clinics are for kids ages 6-12. We use safe equipment for kids and reinforce safety ground rules at the beginning of our events. We ask kids to bring their gloves and water to stay hydrated! Also include a ball cap, sunscreen, a snack, or whatever else your ballplayer(s) might need.

If your child(ren) can no longer attend the clinic, please email as soon as possible, so we can allow another ballplayer to attend the clinic.


Outdoor: Dick Cassidy Field - 1900 N 42nd Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55412

Indoor (Pending Weather): Camden (Patrick Henry) HS School Gym 


Friday, June 7, 2024


For all questions or issues related to REGISTRATION, please contact

Proudly supported by the Minnesota Twins Community Fund

In-person offerings will only proceed if permitted by and in a manner consistent with all applicable federal, state and/or local public health guidelines and applicable laws. Please note training session request are not guaranteed. Consistent with the local state guidelines/laws, the event(s) might be cancelled, postponed, or modified, in whole or in part, if required or recommended pursuant to public health requirements or recommendations. Any questions? Please email

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