Baseball Camp Details
Cey Hey Baseball Camp is designed to provide the players with pro instruction in all aspects of the game. Players will be practicing baseball drills and refining their skills while receiving verbal assessment of their skills throughout the practice.
Camp training is written by directors with years of Professional baseball backgrounds.
Eat, Live and Breathe the Game
Camp will take place at Calabasas High School Baseball fields in Calabasas, just a few minutes from the 101 Freeway and Valley Circle.
Learn Baseball Mechanics
Camp Competition & Prizes
General age divisions are: 7-12 years old
Summer Camp 2017:
July 10-13th (9AM – 2PM)
July 17-20th (9AM – 2PM)
July 24-27th (9AM – 2PM)
July 31-Aug 3 (9AM – 2PM)
Individual Players Package:
Whole Week Package:
$300 1 week ($40 Savings)
$550 2 weeks ($130 Savings)
$750 3 weeks ($190 Savings)
$1000 4 weeks ($240 Savings)
$550 1 week($130 Savings)
$1000 2 weeks ($360 Savings)
$1450 3 weeks ($590 Savings)
$1950 4 weeks($770 Savings)
2017 Summer Baseball Camp
WEEK 1 PASS – Summer Baseball Camp
WEEK 2 PASS – Summer Baseball Camp
WEEK 3 PASS – Summer Baseball Camp
WEEK 4 PASS – Summer Baseball Camp
2 Week Pass – Summer Baseball Camp
3 Week Pass – Summer Baseball Camp
4 Week Pass – Summer Baseball Camp
Single Day Pass – Summer Baseball Camp
What To Expect
Instruction of hitting
Instruction of defense base running
BBQ Lunch for Sale
Games such as: Over the line, Home Run Derby, Wiffleball Tournament Scrimmages each day.
Skills competition daily for prizes
What To Bring
Remember to label all equipment with your name and contact info
Baseball t-shirts or jerseys
Baseball socks and sliding (compression shorts)
Baseball bat and batting gloves
Baseball glove (Mitt for Catchers)
Catchers gear (Catchers only)
Refillable water bottle
Please bring a photocopy of the front and back of your health insurance card
Signed Health & Release Forms
Sunblock & SPF Lip Balm (Chapstick)
Cell Phone or Calling Card
Remember to bring enough water to stay hydrated!
About the Coaches
Dan Cey was born in Woodland Hills, CA and attended El Camino Real High School (Class of ’93) where he led the school to its first D-1 City championship. He was a two-time West Valley League MVP, making the All-City, Daily News and LA Times All-Area, and All-State teams for his junior and senior years. He was a member of the 818 Area Code team in 1992 and after being drafted out of HS by the San Diego Padres, he chose to attend Cal-Berkeley on a baseball scholarship. While at Cal he was named to the Freshman All-America team and was an All-Pac 6 selection in 1996 as he hit .377. Dan was drafted following his junior year by the Minnesota Twins in the 3rd round (67 player overall), played professionally for 5 years, and reached AAA as a 23 year old. He was a participant in the Arizona Fall League in 1999 and Major League Spring Training in 2000. Dan is currently the head JV coach at Calabasas HS where he served as an assistant for the Varsity team in 2014. In the fall of 2015, Dan and the Cassidy brothers (Thomas and Travis) will be launching a club baseball program named CBC (Cey Baseball Club), dedicated to the development of kids aged 8-14. He is the son of Dodger great Ron Cey.
Andrew Gordon grew up in Calabasas, CA. He attended Calabasas High School (Class of 06′) where he played baseball as a catcher on the varsity team. Andrew is currently entering his 3rd year as the Head Freshman Coach at Calabasas High School. In 2013, Andrew was an Assistant Baseball Coach and Trainer with Taft High School. He formed The Ultimate Baseball Academy in Woodland Hills, CA in 2012 where he’s been instructing and molding aspiring young baseball players. Andrew has also worked for T.L.C. Physical Medicine and Sports Rehabilitation Center in Woodland Hills, CA as a personal trainer which has given him experience in exercise rehabilitation for injured athletes and performance enhancement. He also specialized in determining structural weakness of the core adversely affecting throwing, running, hitting (baseball) and jumping and as a result, he has implemented stretching programs and the use of a resistance band program to increase power. All of which today helps Andrew organize a structured instructional protocols for all his students and team players.