Our mission is to develop passionate and skilled baseball players to compete at the highest level nationally, while using baseball as a platform to teach important life lessons to young men in a team environment that is positive, challenging and fun.
Our Five Goals
To challenge each student-athlete at levels he has yet to experience athletically, while simultaneously giving each ballplayer a fun and unforgettable athletic experience.
To develop and push each player to reach the limit of his baseball potential and help players achieve their baseball dreams.
To develop a style of play that is unique — a “Gamers” style of play that emphasizes the pursuit of excellence and “effort over outcome.”
To aid in the emotional and personal development of each Gamer, to help them understand:
To develop a Gamer culture, shared by players, coaches, directors, parents and fans, that is grounded in the principles of the Positive Coaching Alliance and builds a positive, supportive atmosphere before, during and after all team events.
My experience is that Gen Z players are focused, want to work hard, and are fun to coach — but getting lots of mixed messages from adults
Verbally committing a 14 yo is disrespectful to a challenging game and to thousands of kids that work hard in high school to earn it.
How does college coach tell 20 yo to work hard to earn innings in 3 mths but at same time tell 15 yo he’s good enough for roster in 4 yrs?