The Conejo Oaks are looking for Host Families for the 2020 summer season!
Being a host family can be an extremely rewarding experience for the family and player.
Do you love baseball?
Do you have children who play baseball or softball?
Read up on our host family program below to learn more!
If you have any other questions please feel free to message us on our contact from or contact the Head Coach or Director of Operations listed below.
Who are the Conejo Oaks?
For those that are not familiar with the Conejo Oaks, we are a Summer Collegiate Baseball Organization that assists in the development of college baseball players throughout the United States. The Conejo Oaks are sponsored by Amateur Baseball Development Group (ABDG), a non-profit organization founded in the summer of 2004 by Mike Scioscia, Kevin Muno and Randy Riley.
Summer collegiate baseball is vital to the development of each player. The Conejo Oaks play in the California Collegiate League, a very competitive league with top college players from around the country. Our organization will play approximately 40 games beginning in June and ending in late July.
All Oaks players are recommended by their college coach. All players understand that they are representing their family, school, and our organization with the expectation that they are to be positive role models on and off the field. The Oaks coaching staff are in constant communication with the player’s college coaches throughout the summer, providing updates on performance as well as relaying host family feedback regarding living arrangements.
The Conejo Oaks would like to extend an invitation for you to be a host family for the 2020 season. Host families play a crucial role in the summer collegiate baseball process. Host families can be a rewarding experience for both the player and the family. Often times, host families and players create a bond that last far longer than one summer and you may be housing a future MLB star!
Frequently Asked Questions for Host Families
What must I provide as a host?
Host families are required to provide players with a private bedroom, laundry, bathroom and kitchen access. Assistance with getting players to home games. Some players come with their own car and some do not.
How long will the player need to be housed?
Players will arrive the last week of May and leave the first week of August.
Can I host more than one player?
Yes! Host families often prefer to have more than one player.
What guidelines are the players expected to follow?
As a general rule, players are expected to follow the rules you have placed in your household.
What is a typical daily itinerary for the player?
The Oaks will play 40 games in a two month span. Typically players will arrive to the field around 1:00pm for a 5:00pm home game. Home games last about 3 hours. Away games departure times vary. Mondays are off days for the players.
Where is the home field located?
California Lutheran University, Baseball Field. 60 W Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 90000
As a Host Family you will be provided with the following:
•Season tickets to all home games for the immediate family •Appreciation ceremony •$200 allowance for each player
For further information please contact:
David Soliz- Manager
Rebecca Willson - Director of Operations
“This was without a doubt one of the best experiences of giving back that I have ever been associated with. My wife told the boys that having them with us gave us a sense of purpose for our summer with the Oaks. Hurry up summer!” - Carl and Sue Melhorn