Developers revitalize Sho-Me Baseball Camp

REEDS SPRING, Mo. (KY3) – Plans are underway for the revitalization of the historic Sho-Me Baseball Camp in Reeds Spring.

Ballparks of America owner Paul Satterwhite purchased the camp. Satterwhite hopes to preserve the history of the property for a new generation of players.

“Sho-Me Baseball Camp was open in 1958 so it has a lot of history to it,” said Sho-Me site director Jordan Yates. “There’s been a lot of baseball players and even some Hall of Famers that came out to the camp.”

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