Bryan Henry Brings Back Father-Son Baseball Camp

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The 3rd Annual Father-Son Baseball Camp is set to throw out its first pitch later this month. January 29th, former FSU ace Bryan Henry and Atlanta Braves catcher David Ross will bring their baseball network to TCC's Eagle Field for a unique baseball experience.

Fathers actually get to participate in the drills with their sons while getting the instructional training from some brilliant baseball minds. The 2010 camp featured former FSU catcher and World Series Champion/ Rookie of the Year Buster Posey as a special guest. This year's special guest is 2010 MLB Draft Pick and former FSU centerfielder Tyler Holt.

For further information on the camp and registration information, visit:

"Bryan Henry grew up in Tallahassee and played baseball at Florida High, where he earned All-State honors and was named Class 2A State Player of the Year and Big Bend Player of the Year. Bryan was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates but attended North Florida Community College for one season before he signed at FSU. There, Bryan earned All-American honors, was the ACC Pitcher of the Year (2007) and his 32 career wins rank eighth all-time. Afterwards, Bryan was drafted in the 12th-round by the Arizona Diamondbacks and is currently playing in their minor league system. Bryan was named to the 2010 USA Baseball team.

David Ross is currently a catcher for the Atlanta Braves and is a graduate of Florida High School in Tallahassee. David attended Auburn University (1996-97) and was a member of the 1997 Tigers team that went to the College World Series. He later transferred to the University of Florida as a junior in 1998. With the Gators, David hit .332 with 21 doubles, 19 homers and 70 RBI to help his squad advance to the College World Series. David has played in the big leagues for the L.A. Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates, San Diego Padres, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox and is currently in his 3rd year with the Atlanta Braves.

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