The Four-Day Indoor Baseball & Softball Camp is designed to make your son or daughter fundamentally sound in the games of baseball and fastpitch softball and to put them in the best possible position to succeed. Campers will work on throwing, pitching, tee work, infield defense, outfield defense, base running, hitting and situational baseball/softball.

Register for any one – four days of camp.


6 – 15


Monday, August 28th – Thursday, August 31st


9:00am – 2:00pm


A-Game Sports, 856 Main St., New Rochelle, NY 10801


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Heads of Camp

felix-restituyoFelix Restituyo is a Washington Heights native who attended George Washington High School in Manhattan. Following high school, Felix played his freshmen year at SUNY Canton before making his way to play in The Dominican Republic for a year. During this time, Felix played with the Winter League Colorado Rockies, where he was endorsed by Wilin Rosario (Colorado Rockies) and instructed by Luis Coronado (Oakland Athletics).

After returning back to The United States, Felix used his knowledge of the game to become a private baseball instructor at The Baseball Center in New York before deciding to continue the pursuit of his childhood dream by playing his sophomore year for the Monroe Mustangs in New Rochelle, where he contributed to the team with the most wins in school history and also their second NJCAA Division 1 Regional Championship (2016).

Aside from baseball, Felix is President and Co-Founder of HundredTenPercent Sports and Apparel™, where he focuses on not only helping individuals become better student-athletes, but also better human-beings.

Jose AlberroJose Alberro was born and raised in Puerto Rico. As the son of a former major leaguer, Jose was introduced to baseball at an early age and spent most of his youth travelling with his dad, playing baseball in different parts of the world.

Jose started his college career at Monroe College where he was a pitcher, third baseman, catcher and outfielder before transferring to Nyack College.

Immediately after graduation, Jose became a volunteer coach for the Nyack baseball team, where he worked with the catchers and outfielders, before beginning his work with the Nyack softball program as an assistant coach, helping develop infielders and outfielders. Jose now works as the pitching coach for Caldwell University in New Jersey and has spent the last two years working with youth programs and travel teams in Rockland and Orange County as a private instructor.