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ECU Father-Son baseball camp takes over Clark-Leclair

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

You know when your Dad tells you something and you don't really want to listen. It's happened to all of us. But when the message comes from someone like Billy Godwin, well maybe that will resonate a little better.

Godwin calls it his favorite camp of the year, the father-son camp at East Carolina began on Friday and runs through the weekend. Families from across the east come to learn the fundamentals from the Pirate staff.

"This is a special camp because it goes back to the very beginning. Going out in the backyard and having a catch with your Dad," said ECU Head Coach Billy Godwin. "It's just good to interact with these fathers that are trying to teach their sons the great game of baseball."

 

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