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George Mason University Winter Baseball Camps (Youth and High School)

jmrw20 ·
2015 Bill Brown Winter Youth Baseball Camps (4 Options) Youth Players: Ages 7-13 Location: Mason Field House- Fairfax, VA Thursday, January 8, 2015 to Sunday, February 1, 2015 You can to the following website for more information http://collegebaseballcamps.com/patriots Camp Description Bill Brown's Winter Youth Baseball Camps are designed to provide young baseball players (ages 7-13) the opportunity to expand their baseball skills while preparing for the upcoming Spring season. All camp...
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16U Showcase players needed - Charlotte NC

cd ·
HQ 4 Clippers Tryouts for Spring, 2013  We have a few spots open on our spring/summer 16U Showcase team and are looking for serious players to join our program. Tryouts are by appointment, so please call 704 423-0030 to schedule a day...
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Advice On Transferring After/ During Freshman Year

AthleteDD ·
A little background information on my recruitment. My senior year in 2018 I committed to a private D3. However, towards the end of my Spring high school season the coach that recruited me stepped down. I reached out to a local D2 university that was previously following me. This school gave me a full ride for academics and the coach expressed interest, so I came here in the fall as a walk on. Do to budget cuts (As the CIAA no longer supports baseball in conference), I was informed that the...
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Spring/Summer Tryouts for 2019!

Pro Source ·
Looking for players at the following age groups: 11UAAA 12UAA 13UAAA/Major 16U Great environment to learn the game from former or current college/pro players and MLB scouts! 12, 500 sq. ft indoor facility! Full service program that leads to a ton of college scholarships! www.prosourceathletics.com
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Rock Solid Baseball Tryouts

RockSolidTeamsWilmington ·
Rock Solid Teams out of Wilmington, NC is holding private evaluations for our Spring 2020 Season. Teams range from 9u-14u for travel baseball and 15u-18u for showcase. Private evaluations are held at our Coastal Athletics facility in Wilmington and are $40 per half hour. All of our coaches are ex-collegiate and professional players dedicated to taking players to the next level. Call us at 910-452-5838 or email info@rocksolidteams.net to set up an individual evaluation!
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Spring Scimmage Games

Coach Jeff Miller ·
New Hampshire High School Varsity and Junior Varsity looking for pre-season scrimmage games weekend of April 1st and 2nd. Prefer Massachusetts, Rhode Island or northern Connecticut high schools due to distance factors. If possible multi team format being able to play at least three Varsity games and two JV games over the three day format. Prefer schools with turf field based on weather possibilities but not a deal breaker. Any interest please e-mail me at millerjeff727@yahoo.com
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Spring Baseball - 2016 - College

MomLW ·
Per Cleveland Dad's suggestion to close out Fall and start up Spring... Makes me feel closer to the season just to post this!!!  
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Private Tryouts for Ages 10U-16U

Pro Source ·
Pro Source Athletics is conducting private tryouts for 10U through 16U teams for this upcoming Spring/Summer. Be a part of a program that values the student-athletes by having a minimum GPA requirement, gets them involved in their communities, sends over 95% of it's graduates on to college baseball and loves to have fun and win! Contact Jeff@prosourceathletics.com for more information or to set up a private tryout. Jeff Breeding---469.569.9673 www.prosourceathletics.com
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Tryouts and Teams 12UAA and 14U Major

Pro Source ·
Please visit this link to sign up for our 2018 Spring/Summer Tryouts ! We are looking for 4 players for a 14U Major level team and 4 players for a 12U AA team. All of our coaches are former college/pro players. We also have a 12, 500 sq. ft. indoor facility with 12 lanes and a full climate controlled weight room! We have won over 100 tournaments and have had 112 graduates and 105 have gotten college scholarships! We also accept full teams that may want to make the jump to select ball. Please...
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Texas Select 14U Tryouts

Serious Baseball ·
Professionally coached 14U Texas Select Baseball team is in need of few solid players for the Spring/Early Summer season.  This is a tournament only team, we have our own practice field located in Sunnyvale (just East of Dallas).  ...
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Tryouts for 2016 Select Teams

McKinney Marshals ·
If you are willing to work hard and commit to making yourself the best player possible, we will help you maximize your ability to play at the next level, whether that is being the best high school player possible, playing at the collegiate level or...
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Re: George Mason University Winter Baseball Camps (Youth and High School)

too.tall ·
My son has done several of these youth camps and had a great time but I feel the need to point out that there was very little instruction. Most of the coaches are on the college team and all they do is walk around and throw BP.
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jmrw20 ·
Yes, the coaches at these camps are the players and staff from the university. However with that being said, the instruction on the drill or drills take place at the start of each station and then repetition of the drill follows. If there needs to be more instruction during the drill the coach or coaches will explain what needs to be done to try and help improve what they are working on.
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Sloan ·
Have you checked out https://selectbaseballteams.com? They have a great resource for finding players and teams over the spring and summer.
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Re: Spring Baseball - 2016 - College

SluggerDad ·
My son's D3 team reports for Spring training exactly one month from yesterday, a week before school starts.
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keewart ·
66 days until first game!
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FoxDad ·
It'll be a little different for us this year. The D2 university son was at did not renew his scholarship (his grades slipped) so he decided to go back to the junior college and get his AA (he was a few credits shy when he transferred to the 4 year university) before he goes on to different university (that's the plan anyway). So officially he hung up his cleats, but he's listed as a "student assistant" (volunteer coach) for the JuCo. It won't quite be the same, but I'm glad he's keeping his...
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younggun ·
Not to throw a wet rag on this conversation. This will unfortunately be the first spring I will not get to watch my son play baseball since he was 5. He was recovering from ulnar nerve transposition surgery this past September. Everything was going well until last Monday. He threw his first bullpen from the mound and felt a pop. A MRI confirmed out worst fears, torn UCL. I am sitting in his apartment waiting for tomorrow when the TJ surgery is scheduled. I wish all of your sons a healthy...
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Gov ·
That's a bummer. I really wish your son luck with this. Good luck tomorrow and Merry Christmas!
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Picked Off ·
Sorry YG! All the best to you and YG Jr. Injuries suck! Continue to encourage him, reflect on the journey and hope for the future. Prayers your way!
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cabbagedad ·
Fox, sorry to hear about the re-route. Really great that he is able to jump right in to the coaching gig, though. Keep us in the loop with how that goes. That will provide him with a whole new set of baseball challenges!
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cabbagedad ·
YG so sorry to hear about that. I feel your pain. We'll all be pulling for a successful process and rehab for him. It is good to hear that HC has been involved. FWIW, when cabbage lost his first college year to surgery, it was a big hurdle to get past the actual procedure. That seemed to trigger a more tangible countdown to recovery. Still, the wait between procedure and first date of therapy was a particularly tough period. Another player who recently had a similar experience found that...
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smokeminside ·
Hang in there, Young Gun. What a tough break.
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bballman ·
Best of luck to your son younggun. Hoping the surgery goes well and he has a successful rehab.
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ClevelandDad ·
Thank you MomLW! Welcome to the hsbbweb btw!
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CH10Dad ·
As a parent of a freshman this year, the Spring 2016 season brings on a lot of excitement as well as the unknown. Moving from a High School & Travel Ball veteran parent to being a "newbie" again! Trying to meet upperclass parents who already know everybody, understanding the little nuances of attending games like where are you supposed to park, what to bring, do we get to see the players after games on the road, etc. But the excitement of seeing our son work to earn a spot on the field...
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JohnF ·
Sorry to read that younggun - hopefully your son can come back. Hard to go cold turkey though! My oldest did the transposition when he was like 14 or 15 and was able to throw/pitch again in HS. While recovering he helped coach my youngest son's minor division team... Funny to seem him throw BP with the other arm... When my youngest was 14 or 15 he had the decompression surgery... Now he's on the shelf again after having labrum repair surgery this past September (90% tear, anterior). He just...
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MidAtlanticDad ·
Hate to hear that, younggun. Best wishes for a successful outcome and full recovery.
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mmm1531 ·
wow, I hate to hear about the injuries and other reasons players aren't going to be on the field this spring. Just last night a neighbor, former HS teammate of my son and a D2 conference foe, was in the basement. He just got the sling off from a shoulder labrum tear and is already out for the season. Younggun the best of luck to your son, Foxdad I was hoping to see your son play at next years regional, the best to him in his travels down the coaching road. Sons team is only 45 days to the...
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FoxDad ·
Cabbagedad, MMM1531 - thanks! I have to admit it was disappointing to see this happen, but as we all know, life goes on. I'm grateful he was able to play ball beyond high school. It has been a wonderful ride and now he's just taking a different route. Will keep you in the loop.
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rynoattack ·
I am so sorry to hear that Young Gun! Fingers Crossed for a speedy recovery!
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rynoattack ·
Today, I made reservations for Vegas! Ryno's team will be participating in CSN's Border Battle Jan. 29 - 31. We are going to drive down, and I can't wait. Only about 6 weeks away!
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younggun ·
Thanks to all of you for your prayer,support and well wishes. Son just got out of surgery. Everything went well. Now the road to recovery begins. Merry Christmas to all and a Happy New Year.
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SluggerDad ·
Good luck to him on his rehab!
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BishopLeftiesDad ·
Good luck to everybody this spring. First time in a long time there will be no Spring baseball for us. I plan to attend some games form my sons former HS and college. Everybody enjoy the spring.
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TPM ·
I am glad I dropped in to read but not glad to hear the news. Sending you a pm.
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Swampboy ·
Approaching this season with uncertainty. Son is a redshirt senior recovering from shoulder surgery. He just started throwing a few pitches from a mound at half speed, and it's too early to project whether he will pitch this season. We're excited about the team, which surged last year from its perennial spot in the cellar of their conference to a 35-win season and second place finishes in both the regular season and conference tournament. They return a senior-laden team that lost only two...
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Buckeye 2015 ·
Son is a freshman at a D1. Didn't get to play any IF in the fall....just pitched and DH'd. Had his "meeting" with the pitching coach after the fall and was given some very interesting info....more than we had expected. Depending on how things go when they get back after the holidays, his role could end up being a lot bigger than he had thought for his freshman year. Hopefully he'll get back, have a good month and get the news he's hoping for as the season starts
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cabbagedad ·
Swamp, yes, uncertainty for your son but he found his career path and is still in position to enjoy the ride just a while longer one way or another - win, win!!! For my son, I find myself looking back as I look forward. Going into his RS Jr year, he seems to have already had the full breadth of experiences... a lost year to injury, good Falls, a bad Fall, nearly 200 teammates being cut, a year of earning PT, an all-conference year, three "recruiting" phases and three HC's. What could...
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Consultant ·
Cabbage dad Tuesday the 23 Feb SSU at SF State. Will you attend? Bob
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cabbagedad ·
Hi Bob! I'm still coaching HS ball so the weekday game will be tough but they play again at the end of the season over a weekend and I'll sure be shooting for one of those. We'll have to connect as that get's closer.
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Consultant ·
May 7, SAT @ SSU should be a good game. Bob
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mmm1531 ·
baseball news pre season polls are out... another sign that spring is getting closer!!! http://baseballnews.com/colleg...div-i-poll-12-21-15/ http://baseballnews.com/colleg...div-2-poll-12-22-15/ http://baseballnews.com/colleg...div-3-poll-12-22-15/
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shane52 ·
Sons team SDSU, made it in the top Forty. A lot of work to be done.
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chefmike7777 ·
Son's team (Wright State) was in the "got votes" category. Reality of mid major D1, gotta win the league tournament. Playing some teams in the same category early for a series (Georgia and NC State) and a mid week game with Louisville. Last year we played several early series with top 10 / 20 teams and did well. Won a game in each series and lead / tied late in all but one of them. It definitely helped the team confidence. Hopefully we can do the same this year. 65 days until "play ball"
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HawkeyeNation1 ·
Younggun - Best of luck to your son, his healthy recovery and good days ahead.....been through that with mine a little over a year ago. Merry Christmas to everyone!
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BK_Razorback ·
Can someone explain the NCAA D1 academic eligibility and probation rules for spring sports. Thanks in advance.
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Swampboy ·
The NCAA standard for D1 student-athletes to be eligible is based on the school's individual minimum GPA for graduation and how many years of school the athlete has completed. Thus, there is no minimum GPA for a freshman to play in the spring of his first year. A freshman who was a qualifier out of high school only has to meet the NCAA standard of completing 6 credit hours for the fall term to play in the spring. For subsequent years, their cumulative GPA must be at least 90 percent of the...
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shane52 ·
At my son's school, he needs to maintain a 2.4 GPA to keep his scholarship.
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BK_Razorback ·
Thanks! Good info to be equipped with going forward.
 
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