TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — For over a decade, Bryan Henry and David Ross have teamed up to host the Father/Son Camp in Tallahassee. This year is the 13th edition of the camp, and COVID or not, it's going on.
Ross is a World Series Champion and now the manager of the Cubs. Henry, who played at Florida State and in the minor leagues before returning to Tallahassee, where he's now an assistant at Florida A&M, made sure this year's camp will be socially distanced with smaller groups.
It's a unique opportunity for fathers to bond with their kids at camp, and while some things may be different, the talent that comes back to give back? Staying the same.
"It's great for me because nobody wants to listen to me," laughed Henry. "They want to listen to all the big leaguers. I get to sit back and watch more than anything. I love that those guys want to come back and it is very humbling that they do squeeze me into their off-season. It's great."
For information on how to register for that camp, it's set for January 23rd, you can check out their Facebook page.