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Alabama Baseball New Tryouts

Posted on 27 May 2012 by Dee Black

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80 Responses to “Alabama Baseball New Tryouts”

  1. Dee Black says:

    Please put a post on the site saying.
    Broadheads Baseball will have a 10 and 11 year old team in the fall. For more information on tryouts please email broadheads.baseball@yahoo.com

    Chris Norton

  2. Justin Lawless says:

    Panthers Baseball is looking for a few more players to roll into the fall with us as we finalize our 11U group. Currently playing 10U.

    We are based out of Huntsville. Please email, text, or call for an individual try out.

    Justin
    256-924-0169
    Panthersbaseballhsv@gmail.com

  3. Dee Black says:

    12U Beehive Baseball is looking for a catcher for the remaining season. Contact AL Starr at 334-321-7630

  4. Wolfpack Baseball 8U says:

    8U Wolfpack Baseball out of North Alabama is looking for 1 more player this spring to play 8U KID Pitch tournaments. We came in 2nd in our first KID pitch tournament and are looking to play a couple more before the spring season is over. Looking for versatile player that is willing to learn both pitching and catching as well as can play multiple positions. We are 100% about player development and player growth which is why we are one of the few teams that rotates players through multiple positions as everyone plays both infield and outfield positions for maximum development and exposure. If interested in our team for this spring or for the fall season please email us at wolfpackbaseball8u@gmail.com.

  5. Prospects 12u says:

    Prospects 12u are a very competitive AAA team. We are looking to add another Pitcher/OF to our line-up. Must be very competitive with a desire to win! If you think you have what it takes and are looking to join a team please Text/Call Adam @ 256-200-4105. We have approx. 5 tournaments left to play this spring including the state & a World Series event.

  6. springville says:

    SBC11U out of the Springville/Trussvile area is looking for 1-2 players to fill out our roster. Call Todd Elkins at 205 420-9250.

  7. northbamabaseball says:

    New Team in North Alabama is looking to fill it’s 11U roster for the fall, you do not need to turn 12 before 5-1-16. This will be a new 11u team for fall, starting Aug 1st & we have about 6 top notch players committed & will be based out of Cullman & Morgan County’s. Please email if interested Bamafan3176@gmail.com

  8. athleticsbaseball13u says:

    The 13U Athletics Baseball team will be hosting private try-outs at The Swing Time Training Facility in Madison, Al. We will play a competitive Spring/Summer schedule along with Exposure tournaments in the Fall of 2015. All positions are open and we are looking for hardworking and dedicated players with aspirations of playing baseball at the collegiate level. If you would like to attend a tryout or have any questions please contact us at athleticsbaseball13u@yahoo.com.

  9. Dee Black says:

    Huntsville 15u travel team looking for 2 players to help finish out the season. Contact me by phone for a individual workout. 256-337-5935

  10. HITS is forming a 14U team to play in some summer tournaments. Zach Walker is leading up the tryouts. This team will be lead by one of our hired coaches. If you’re interested in scheduling a tryout for your son, please contact Zach directly @ 256-724-0695. Text message is preferred.

    HITS has a 10,000 square foot state of the art indoor training facility as well as fields available to practice on.

  11. jliljj2004 says:

    The Madison County Braves will host open try outs on June 9,11,16,&18th for boys ages 9- 10 ( cannot turn 11 before 5-1-15). Tryouts will be held at Lynn Fanning Elementary School from 6-7:45. We have a need for pitchers and catchers but are interested in all. Come be part of a team that you are sure to love with talented players and great staff. We are dedicated to the development of our players.if you are interested in attending our tryouts we are asking if you could please register ahead of time on madisoncountybraves.com And in the message section please put a good contact number and your child’s full name and dob. Come see what all the hype is about you won’t regret it! GOBRAVES! You can also call/text at 256-783-4439.

  12. baldwinbluejays says:

    Contact baldwinbluejays@gmail.com for tryout information. The initial team will be 12U for the 2016 travelball season beginning in Fall, possibly a few 11u in late June/July if the team comes together quickly .

    We put the professional mindset into the amateur player The BlueJays Way.

    What is the The BlueJays Way?
    It’s a unique way of identifying and selecting young players who you want to become part of an organization with great comfort and expectation that when they put on a BlueJays uniform, they’ll be both taught and instructed well. Their makeup and their character will also be developed to allow them to turn into winning championship-caliber players. They’ll fill the pipeline of this organization to be highly capable, high-character, young, winning men who will give high schools, colleges and professional baseball organizations a chance to win many championships.
    Developing The BlueJays Way
    We focus on 3 core components that make a complete baseball player when it comes to developing: Training, Knowledge and Experience. Everything we teach is what is used at the Major League level so you are getting the info that the best players in the world use. “You never rise to an occasion, you only fall to your lowest level of training.”
    1. Training: We focus on developing both the skill development (baseball skills) and athlete development (balance, strength, speed & agility) during our workouts. We focus on mastering basic skill sets and fundamentals in a controlled environment first then adding variables to it. This helps build confidence in yourself and your abilities. A baseball game is the most unstable and uncontrolled environment there is. The ability to create a reaction, muscle memory or repeat something is being able to master that in a controlled environment first. All of the workouts are written out ahead of time on a practice plan so you know what to expect for that day of training.
    2. Knowledge: We make learning baseball like a school environment with books and written information. Skull sessions are like classroom sessions where we study and understand different areas of the game. We will also have tests from time to time to evaluate their effort towards learning the game. A smarter player makes a better player.
    3. Experience: You do not get better by simply playing in games. A game merely tests what you have been training and learning. Our emphasis when playing games is not to play in all tournaments because it is not how you prepare for the next level. Not to mention that is how you hurt players due to the improper rest and recovery because of the schedule. We will play in more of a single game style where we can take an infield and have a routine before the game. This helps players prepare to feel like what it is going to be at the next level as well as getting in their necessary work to keep developing the key thing that ALL big league players have; a routine.
    
    We also keep track of a player’s progress throughout the course of the year in a team log book. We conduct an initial assessment of a player’s skills through the use of the following tests: 60 yard dash, home to 1st time, outfield arm strength (recorded with Jugs radar gun), infield arm strength (recorded with Jugs radar gun), Pitcher’s bull pen (recorded with Jugs radar gun), agility ladder test (timed), med ball toss (distance), and a sit & reach test. We then conduct monthly tests to monitor and evaluate progress. This lets us tailor workouts in certain areas if a player needs additional work or training. Again, we do this to put accountability on the player and his desire to get better. We will give you all the tools you need to advance your development. It is up to the player to provide the desire and commitment to see it through.
    The BlueJays Player
    BlueJays Baseball strives to build professional looking ball players. We conduct ourselves with the upmost class whether we win or lose, on and off the field. We treat umpires and teams with respect at all times, regardless of the situation. We hold ourselves higher because we are a class act organization. The following are a set of guidelines as it pertains to the uniform, appearance, and attitude while on the field:
    – Jerseys are to be tucked in at all times on the field.
    – Hats are to be worn straight while on the field. No hats backwards unless a player is warming up the pitcher.
    – Undershirts must be either of the team colors unless given permission by the manager or wearing a special jersey for the day.
    – Molded cleats or turfs must be team color based shoes while on the field.
    – If pants are worn up, socks must be a solid color
    – Eye black must be worn in a minimal matter. Horizontal line running the width of the eye only.
    – No camo or multi-colored tape or wrist bands. Must be a solid color
    – Players are not to yell at the umpires at any time. The coaches will take care of any issues with the umpiring.
    – Players are not to engage in any bantering or provoking conversation with the opposing team. Remember we win with class and lose with class. We are better than stooping to the level of our competition.
    “We encourage players to stand out through their caliber of play not their look in a uniform.”

  13. Dee Black says:

    Please post to website: Beehive Baseball 9u is looking for 2 players to play in AA state tourney and Global World Series Week 1. Prior travel ball experience is required. Contact Jed Martin at 334-703-7049 or beehivebball@gmail.com

  14. tricountybombers says:

    11U Looking to add 1-3 more players to our roster.
    Travel Ball experience is always a plus, but we will be glad to evaluate any player interested. Need another pitcher, catcher and utility player.

    We are base out of the Millbrook area.

    Contact Hayden @ tricountypressurewashing@yahoo.com or text 334-306-6428.

  15. blakko33 says:

    Looking to start a competitive 7u coach pitch team in Baldwin County for Fall 2015. Looking to fill 7 or 8 spots. Contact Blake at blakko33@yahoo.com or call or text 972 922-4935

  16. Justin Lawless says:

    10U Panthers Is looking for 1-2 more players to round out our spring roster and roll into the fall with us. Travel Ball experience is always a plus, but open to evaluate any player interested in making the transition.

    We are based out of Huntsville, play tournaments in Huntsville, Cullman, Scottsboro, Boaz, etc. if interested please email, text, or call for an individual try out.

    Coach Justin
    256-924-0169
    Panthersbaseballhsv@gmail.com

  17. tammymac says:

    Looking for a team for a 17 year old high school RH pitcher. Currently working with D. Mitchell out of Birmingham, Al. Needs mound time!! Also plays 3rd base. Playing Legion ball during the week beginning in June. Willing to travel on weekends. Willing to fill in. Just wants to play!!!
    Contact: tammymac@bellsouth.net

  18. moodybaseball says:

    10U Team based out of ODENVILLE/LEEDS/MOODY area. I have a core team. I am looking for a couple of players to round us out. Not interested in upgrading….this team will stay together! Tired of politics, daddy ball, or ball park drama….contact me! Your son must be the correct fit. We have a private field in Moody to practice on anytime. You need to call before I fill up!!
    This opportunity will not last long.

    alabamatrailerguy@yahoo.com or 205-585-3900

  19. nasa2015 says:

    North Alabama Prospects 16U is looking to fill its last roster spot for the summer 2015 season. We are playing a very competitive schedule and are looking for one more player wanting to take their game to the next level. Please contact prospectstravelball@gmail.com to set up an evaluation if you are interested. Thanks

  20. baldwinbluejays says:

    Contact baldwinbluejays@gmail.com for tryout information. The initial team will be 11U/12U for the 2016 travelball season beginning in Fall.

    We put the professional mindset into the amateur player The BlueJays Way.

    What is the The BlueJays Way?

    It’s a unique way of identifying and selecting young players who you want to become part of an organization with great comfort and expectation that when they put on a BlueJays uniform, they’ll be both taught and instructed well. Their makeup and their character will also be developed to allow them to turn into winning championship-caliber players. They’ll fill the pipeline of this organization to be highly capable, high-character, young, winning men who will give high schools, colleges and professional baseball organizations a chance to win many championships.

    Developing The BlueJays Way

    We focus on 3 core components that make a complete baseball player when it comes to developing: Training, Knowledge and Experience. Everything we teach is what is used at the Major League level so you are getting the info that the best players in the world use. “You never rise to an occasion, you only fall to your lowest level of training.”

    1. Training: We focus on developing both the skill development (baseball skills) and athlete development (balance, strength, speed & agility) during our workouts. We focus on mastering basic skill sets and fundamentals in a controlled environment first then adding variables to it. This helps build confidence in yourself and your abilities. A baseball game is the most unstable and uncontrolled environment there is. The ability to create a reaction, muscle memory or repeat something is being able to master that in a controlled environment first. All of the workouts are written out ahead of time on a practice plan so you know what to expect for that day of training.

    2. Knowledge: We make learning baseball like a school environment with books and written information. Skull sessions are like classroom sessions where we study and understand different areas of the game. We will also have tests from time to time to evaluate their effort towards learning the game. A smarter player makes a better player.

    3. Experience: You do not get better by simply playing in games. A game merely tests what you have been training and learning. Our emphasis when playing games is not to play in all tournaments because it is not how you prepare for the next level. Not to mention that is how you hurt players due to the improper rest and recovery because of the schedule. We will play in more of a single game style where we can take an infield and have a routine before the game. This helps players prepare to feel like what it is going to be at the next level as well as getting in their necessary work to keep developing the key thing that ALL big league players have; a routine.
    
    We also keep track of a player’s progress throughout the course of the year in a team log book. We conduct an initial assessment of a player’s skills through the use of the following tests: 60 yard dash, home to 1st time, outfield arm strength (recorded with Jugs radar gun), infield arm strength (recorded with Jugs radar gun), Pitcher’s bull pen (recorded with Jugs radar gun), agility ladder test (timed), med ball toss (distance), and a sit & reach test. We then conduct monthly tests to monitor and evaluate progress. This lets us tailor workouts in certain areas if a player needs additional work or training. Again, we do this to put accountability on the player and his desire to get better. We will give you all the tools you need to advance your development. It is up to the player to provide the desire and commitment to see it through.

    The BlueJays Player

    BlueJays Baseball strives to build professional looking ball players. We conduct ourselves with the upmost class whether we win or lose, on and off the field. We treat umpires and teams with respect at all times, regardless of the situation. We hold ourselves higher because we are a class act organization. The following are a set of guidelines as it pertains to the uniform, appearance, and attitude while on the field:
    – Jerseys are to be tucked in at all times on the field.
    – Hats are to be worn straight while on the field. No hats backwards unless a player is warming up the pitcher.
    – Undershirts must be either of the team colors unless given permission by the manager or wearing a special jersey for the day.
    – Molded cleats or turfs must be team color based shoes while on the field.
    – If pants are worn up, socks must be a solid color
    – Eye black must be worn in a minimal matter. Horizontal line running the width of the eye only.
    – No camo or multi-colored tape or wrist bands. Must be a solid color
    – Players are not to yell at the umpires at any time. The coaches will take care of any issues with the umpiring.
    – Players are not to engage in any bantering or provoking conversation with the opposing team. Remember we win with class and lose with class. We are better than stooping to the level of our competition.

    “We encourage players to stand out through their caliber of play not their look in a uniform.”

  21. coachwarhawks says:

    The Montgomery Warhawks are looking to fill it’s 10U roster. This is a new team put together by Coach Pookie Wilson. Tryouts available around your schedule or player can come join us for practice. Please email if interested montgomerywarhawks@gmail.com

    1 SPOT OPEN FOR 9U.

  22. itbmizuno says:

    My name is Coach A. Rod White, Associate Scout Boston Red Sox and Director of Player Development at ITB Baseball. Saw that you were looking for a place to play for the summer. ITB Team Mizuno Alabama is looking for players to fill our 17u, 16u, 15u, 14u 12u, and 10u Teams. For clarity’s standpoint, not only is ITB a travel ball club/team, but it is also a Collegiate Placement Program and a frequent scouting destination to many MLB Area Scouts. Just look at our last Showcase, the Cream of the Crop. Over 20 plus Colleges and Scouts in attendance.

    Our 14u teams and below serve as our developmental programs while our 15u and above teams serve as our showcase teams with the objective of achieving college scholarships. To achieve a college commitment is a huge accomplishment that takes a special athlete with great skills, a great attitude and a great work ethic as well as a college that fits his educational needs. The ITB organization has great relationships with many colleges, however it’s the student athlete that ultimately earns his commitment. The ITB family really strives to have well rounded young men. When we are looking to fill our program, we feel being talented on the field is just one of the qualities we look for. We sum it up with these 3 Categories: Ability, Character and Work Ethic. Yes, having the Ability to compete with the best of the best is one thing, but it is just as important to have a great attitude, outstanding character and impressive academics. Winning is a byproduct of all of these things combined, not just the physical part of it.

    Players have access to on the field practices; train in our New 12,000 sqft indoor facility at the IMPACT Sports Factory in Montgomery, AL; receive hitting, pitching and fielding instruction along with speed, agility and strength and conditioning.

    If this the type of program that you have been looking for; if being a part of the ITB Family is you want you want to be a part of, contact us today. We would be proud to be a part of your future, and we would be honored to help guide and assist you and your family in one of the most important decisions of your lives. However, as parents and as players, we must understand that in the end, it’s all about the your preparation, grades and dedication to the sport that matters most.

    For more information, please contact me at 334.561.0275.

    Best regards,
    Coach A. Rod White,
    Associate Scout, Boston Red Sox
    ITB Director of Player Development
    rod@ITBTeams.com
    http://www.impactmygame.com

  23. Huskies Baseball says:

    Huskies 14U and 15U will tryout this Sunday at 3pm. This will be our final tryout for Spring/Summer 2015. We will meet at the Helena Sports Complex. Catchers bring gear. Contact Steve at huskiesbaseball2014@gmail.com or Text 205.410.5555
    Thanks

  24. Dee Black says:

    10U team based out of Tuscaloosa looking to add 1 or 2 players for summer to play USSSA tournaments. If Interested please Contact

    TJ Faulkner 205-886-6676 by text or call.

    Feel free to email questions to: tjfaulkner0427@gmail.com

  25. Dee Black says:

    15 and 16u travel ball tryouts April 25th. Will be playing in tournaments from Pensacola and mobile area. Looking for pitchers and utility players. Contact Chuck at 850-603_2550.

  26. cross11 says:

    Team Elite in Hovver is looking for experienced players at the 12U level. We have an indoor facility and our own field, our staff includes three former collegiate players. We have experience in the travel ball arena and our looking for solid ball players that want to compete.

    Website: http://www.eatbball.com
    Contact info: cross@eatbball.com
    205-822-5828

  27. nasa2015 says:

    North Alabama Prospects 16U is looking to fill its last roster spot for the summer 2015 season. We are playing a very competitive schedule and are looking for one more player wanting to take their game to the next level. Please contact prospectstravelball@gmail.com to set up an evaluation if you are interested. Thanks

  28. cmclemore91 says:

    Attn Baseball Players looking to extend their season. Alabama Youth Sports Combine is now taking pre-registration for our summer travel ball tournament teams ages 8-18. This will be different from a traditional travel team, we will develop them through our strength and conditioning program, speed and agility classes and coaching methods as well as day to day practice, all inclusive . For more information you can message us or call us at 633-6263

  29. kgil12 says:

    16U team practicing in Moody/Leeds looking for 1 or 2 experienced pitcher/outfielders. email kgilch13@yahoo.com or call/text 205-834-1470

  30. Huskies Baseball says:

    14U Huskies Baseball Tryouts will be this Sunday at 3pm. Contact Steve at huskiesbasell2014@gmail.com or text 205.410.5555


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