Travel Baseball

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College Commitments


Alex Roessner- Northwestern University


Julian Domenech- William & Lee University


Ian Petrutz- University of Maryland


Michael Morales- Vanderbilt University

3rd Rd. pick, Seattle Mariners

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Andrew Shlomm- Emory University

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Patrick Donohoe- California Institute of Technology

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Michael Olenick- Emory University

Tryout Information

Register here to tryout for our Spring 2023 Travel baseball teams,

Register Here for Tryouts

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Our Travel Baseball program is for players ages 7 to 16 who are looking to become better baseball players by learning skills for future development while having fun in the process.

Our coaching philosophy is to provide positive, long term development and education to our players in a safe, supportive and competitive environment. Our coaches provide honest feedback while remaining encouraging at the same time with the goal of teaching mental and physical maturity in sports.

We do not take a 'win at all costs' approach because we believe that this is a negative aspect within youth sports that places an unnecessary emphasis on results that do not matter long term and that also takes away from the youth players opportunity to develop as both an athlete and as a person.

We provide a unique and comprehensive training philosophy that is data influenced through the usage of Rapsodo hitting, Diamond Kinetics and Driveline Baseball to measure player development, as well as display how each individual player is improving through both hard work and specialized programming.

Players will play a doubleheader on Sundays against competitive travel teams in in the local area.  Players must attend a weekly indoor and outdoor team practice during the season. All additional training programs are optional.

Our Bulldog Select program is for players ranging in age from 10 to 17. Bulldogs Select is a more involved program where players will play a doubleheader on Sundays against some of the top competition in the Tri-state area. Players must attend two weekly team practices during the season, including an extended indoor training as well as a mandatory winter training session. Teams will attend three tournaments during the season, including one Ripken Baseball tournament in Maryland.