EDISON — Louisa Sperrazza and Noelle Sperrazza of Plainfield and Kyler Montague of Nutley, students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, participated in the New York Yankees Baseball Summer Camp during the week of July 9-13. The youngsters joined other campers on the Wardlaw-Hartridge campus for five days of baseball fun, which culminated with a trip to Yankee Stadium on Friday, July 13. The campers received a full Yankees uniform and professional baseball instruction throughout the week. They also competed in baseball skills competitions, home run derbies and fielding and throwing contests. On the last day, they toured Yankee Stadium and met catcher Chris Stewart to cap the ultimate Major League Camp experience.
FUTURE YANKEES? … Louisa Sperrazza of Plainfield (left) and Kyler Montague of Nutley are ready to bat at the Yankees Baseball Summer Camps. (Photo by Rudy Brandl of Fanwood)
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