And you thought we wouldn't plug Jay Bruce Baseball Camp?

If you haven’t heard yet, there’s a baseball camp to be held this July (July 19-21 to be exact) that we wish we were just a few years younger so we could attend.

Jay Bruce Baseball Camp will take place at Prasco Park in Mason Ohio each day during those dates from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (You can follow it on Facebook here)

Each Camper Receives:
• Camp T-Shirt
• Autographed Camp Team Photo with Jay
• 9 Hours of Expert Instruction
• Opportunity to Win Contests and Prizes
• A Fun and Educational Experience Guaranteed

You know what they don’t list? You get to learn the game from one of the finest young ballplayers that the game has seen in a long time. This is clearly a bargain!

Bruce’s swing is looking great, and he plays the outfield with such a smooth abandon. People don’t realize this is the best defensive Right Fielder in the game right now. His 2.61 range factor per 9 innings leads all Major League Right Fielders.

This guy will teach your kid to hit, and he’ll teach your kid to play defense. We love Jay Bruce because he plays the game the right way and he’s an excellent person aside from being a gamer who absolutely loves to go out and play each and every night. You couldn’t ask for more.

The fee for attending the three day camp? $199.

Do you know what a deal that is? Shit, when I was a kid I attended a camp put on by College Division III coaches and NAIA players for more money then that. We’re talking about the best in the world, willing to provide instruction for kids. The only question is will little Johnny take it seriously?

There are few things in life that are at a steal of a value at the present day. Benihana happy hour half-price sushi. My working salary. A bottle of Jim Beam. You can add Jay Bruce Baseball camp to that dignified list. Everything else in this world is over-priced.

Hell, if I had the sick-leave I would probably pay the $199 entry fee and drive to Mason myself, glove in hand. Just to hear the Godfather of Diamond Hoggers teach his craft.