Robert Sapp Baseball Camp


Welcome to the Robert Sapp Baseball Camp website.  In 1981, Coach Robert Sapp began baseball camps all over Georgia with the theme, “Play Ball with a Home Field Advantage.”  Since then, thousands of young baseball players have attended the camps in their home areas, with many returning for 5-7 years.  The camp’s philosophy has always been to teach the fundamentals correctly and have FUN while working on them.  Thirty hours of baseball instruction by experienced high school coaches is the guarantee.  Girls’ softball camps were added in 2011 and also have been successful.  See our girls’ softball link for additional information.

Campers ages 6-14 attend camp from 9:00am until 3:00pm each day. Fundamentals are in the morning and games are in the afternoon.  Low cost of $145 ($135 team rate).  Camps are held at various sites around the state.

Numerous players from our camps have gone on to play college and even professional ball (example: Adam Wainwright Jeff Francoeur).  Many  advanced to play high school baseball, and many former campers relate to us that they have used their camp experiences to help them in their present occupations.

PLAY BALL! This has been our camp motto for 40 years. Last summer was one of our biggest years, and we plan on keeping our camp tradition going. Check the locations and dates for 2022 in this brochure) and follow the directions for registration. I can send you a brochure if needed. Our ages this summer will be 6-14 and cost will be $145 ($135 team rate). Call, text or email me if you have questions. We will not be sending out brochures this year but will communicate through email and text messages. Thanks for your support, Coach Robert Sapp.


“My mother sent me to camp when I was 6 to be with my 7 year old brother, Trey, and I helped the water boy.  I went every year after that as a camper until i was 14, and I was even on the staff after my senior year of high school before being drafted by the Braves.  I had some great experiences and learned a lot of baseball.  It was a fun camp, but we also had to work on the fundamentals every day”  Adam Wainwright, St. Louis Cardinals Ace Pitcher and 2013 Cy Young Runner-up

“My grandson went to the RSBC for several years, and loved it.”  Late Phil Neikro, Atlanta Braves Hall of Famer