Halford has been involved in baseball camps at the school for close to 30 years.
"I've done this ever since I started as a GA. This camp is one of the longest running camps. It was already here when I got here."
"It's fun watching these kids, because years later you look up and they're playing for somebody and they're doing a good job. Some of them are playing pro ball."
Camp participant, John Runnels, said, "I think it's really generous of him to come out here and take time away from practicing and stuff just to help us."
But in the end Patterson said the simple things bring the most joy.
"I like at the end when we do the big slip-and-slide and I also like when we scrimmage at the end."
"It's fun to hit in the indoor facility and I also like going to the cafeteria and eating."