About Nick Hundley

Nick Hundley is a veteran baseball catcher of 12 seasons in the major leagues, and has played for the San Diego Padres, Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies, San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics.

He was born in Corvallis, Oregon to Pam and Tim Hundley. His older brother, Jake, is a rocket scientist in Malibu, CA.  Nick went to Lake Washington High School in Seattle, Washington, then went onto The University of Arizona where he was named freshman All American in 2003 and All American in 2005.  Nick was drafted by the Padres in the second round of 2005, and made his major league debut July 4, 2008. In 2012 Nick was the recipient of the Heart and Hustle award, which is given to a player who best demonstrates a passion for the game and in 2017 was also awarded the Willie Mac Award, which is given to the most inspirational player.
Nick currently resides in San Diego, CA with his wife, Amy, and his two daughters, Ally and Hailey.

Baseball Career

Dear Camp Attenders,

Thank you for signing up for the second annual Nick Hundley baseball camp. We are so excited to have you with us! We do this camp for three reasons: one, to support an amazing organization that is impacting the San Diego community in a positive way. Two, to teach you skills and techniques used by professional baseball players that you can carry into the up coming season. Three, to have a blast. We pride ourselves on the joy of the game and energy, so be prepared to have a great time!

– Nick Hundley