Welcome to Home Run Baseball Camp!

We want to make registration as easy as possible for you. Our online registration is fast, secure and reliable. However, if you prefer, our Operations Team is available to help you register over the phone during normal business hours (simply call or email Tim Goins at 202-726-8311 or tim@homerunbaseballcamp.com). You are important to us and we are here to help you.

– John McCarthy, Director

202-230-2206
coachmac@homerunbaseballcamp.com

 

The Leading Baseball Camp in Washington and New York City

“Welcome to Home Run Baseball Camp. Our coaches, who are mostly former campers, have been working together for 24 years to give every child a safe, fun and challenging place to play ball. You can expect my team and I to treat your child with respect and consideration in a safe, nurturing environment. The way you play the game and treat others counts at my camp, and I encourage and expect my returning campers to include new players in all aspects of camp. I am at camp every day and am always available to speak with parents. The two things I’m most proud of in 24 years is we have only been to the emergency room four times with player injuries and we have honored every request for a need based full scholarship. I guarantee your satisfaction and will offer a refund no questions asked if you are not. This will be another great year at Home Run Baseball Camp! Keep swinging for the fences – on and off the field.” ~ Coach Mac

 

Registration for 2017-18 Winter Camp is now open!

2017 Winter Camp – Washington DC (Click for more information and to register)

2017-18 Winter Camp – Brooklyn, NY (Click for more information and to register)

 

Meet the newest member of the Home Run Baseball Camp family

Coach Andy Wells with son Beckett Wells with Coaches Brian Friedman, Kevin Salguero and Brian McCarthy

Meet Beckett Wells, 8 months old and is the son of New York Coach Andy Wells.  Congratulations to the Wells family!!!!

 

A Baseball Coach’s Lessons in Life

Please enjoy the smooth sounds of HRBC house saxophonist and globe-trotting impresario Antonio Parker!

Read more about Coach Mac in the Wall Street Journal.