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Dodgers: Clayton Kershaw to Host Free Virtual Baseball Camp This June

Your chance to get some pitching lessons from the GOAT.



If you’ve ever wanted the chance to get pitching instruction from one of the greatest to ever take the mound, listen up. It was announced today that Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw will once again hold his “Camp Kersh: Pitching for Purpose” instruction camp for all ages and abilities. 

The three-time Cy Young Award winner is hosting the free virtual camp on June 17th. The session will include tips from the Dodgers ace, pitching fundamentals, game-day preparation, training insight, and a Q&A session with Clayton. This event is present by Sketchers and is benefitting Kershaw’s Challenge. 

More from the team on the event: 

Camp registration and additional information is available at CampKersh.com. Registration is free and open to players of all ages and skill levels. Donations to Kershaw’s Challenge will also be accepted at CampKersh.com. Since its inception in 2011, Kershaw’s Challenge has raised over $14 million to support at-risk children and families around the globe.

The Dodgers pitcher is also excited to get to do this for the second year!

I’m excited for the opportunity to bring Camp Kersh back again in 2021. This was such a
successful event in 2020 and I’m glad we’ll get the chance to teach some of the
fundamentals again this year. I can’t wait!

The free event requires sponsors in order to raise money for Kershaw’s Challenge, the charitable organization started by Clayton and Ellen. Additional sponsors include Ball Park Buns,
Security Benefit, Spectrum News, Spectrum Solutions, Travis Mathew, UCLA Health, and
others. 

Clayton Kershaw started his charity back in 2011 with the Dodgers. Since then, they have raised over $14 million for vulnerable and at-risk children living in Los Angeles, Dallas, Zambia, and the Dominican Republic. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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