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Elite Baseball is proud to announce the grand opening of our new facility at 7165 oakland mills road Columbia, Maryland, on December 6, 2008 from 10am to 1 pm.

Come meet our special guest Pinch the mascot of the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs.

Come take swings with our professional staff

Brian McKenna
4 Year Starter Watkins Mill High School
Career Leader in Hits, Runs, Doubles, RBI's
3 time All-County Selection
1st Team All-Met 2000
Member of 2000 State Champion Team
4 Year Starter at SS Towson University
2001 First Team Freshman All-American
2001 Second Team America East
2003 First Team All-CAA
2nd All Time in Hits, Doubles, Games Played and Runs at Towson
Played 3 Years Professionally for Evansville Otters of the Frontier League
Member of 2006 Frontier League Championship Team
Assistant Coach Silver Spring Thunderbolts of the Cal Ripken League 2007
Assistant Varsity Baseball Coach Quince Orchard High School 2006 - Present

Matt Knox
Co-Founder of Elite Baseball
1999 Millersville Freshman of the Year
Millersville University Single Seasons Record Holder Hits(80), RBI's(72), and HR's(14).
Drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 13th Round in 2001
2003 Sally League All-Star
Hit Two Grand Slams in One Game
2004 Converted to Pitching
2004 Member of League Champion Mahoning Valley Scrappers
2006 Atlantic League All-Star
2006 Won Atlantic League Championship with Lancaster Barnstormers

Matt Werts
Co-Founder of Elite Baseball
Pitched at Belmont University in Tennessee and Millersville University
Led Clark Griffith League in ERA IN 2001
Pitched for Petersburg Generals of Coastal Plain League in 2002
Assistant Coach Silver Spring Thunderbolts of the Clark Griffith LeagUe 2004

Looking forward to seeing everyone on the 6th!!
For more information about Elite Baseball please visit our website

*First 15 players receive a free one hour lesson.
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There are a lot of baseball businesses out there, however, I can truly tell everyone that you won't find a harder working organization than Elite Baseball. As far as quality and class they're going to give the "other" Columbia organization a run for their money.

My son Johann played on Elite's showcase team for two seasons, and I can attest that EVERY eligible player on his team got an offer to play collage ball.

My son played on many different teams for many different organizations, and Elite is a class above them all.

Both Matts and Brian work over and above the call of duty to make sure their kids get exposure, and not just any exposure or offer. They're different from other organizations in that they're honest in their evaluations and help place players where they'll succeed both on and off the field.

If you're going to plunk down your money and time traveling with a showcase team or need to take a lesson from a group of coaches who have been there done that, Elite Baseball is the group to go with.

Good Luck to Elite...

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