Trombly Baseball (Tryouts for 14U, 13U and 12U teams)
|Thread: Trombly Baseball (Tryouts for 14U, 13U and 12U teams)
|Author: TromblyBaseball (3,329 Posts)
||Posted: 12/30/11 5:02:49 PM
|Topic: Trombly Baseball (Tryouts for 14U, 13U and 12U teams)
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Trombly Baseball is in the process of building youth teams (14U, 13U and 12U) to begin playing this spring. We will practice twice a week at Power Alley in Fullerton (poweralley.net) and will start playing games in February. We will be doing tryouts in order to put together quality teams. The tryouts are free, so come out and see what we have to offer.
We started our academy in 2002 and thus far have focused on HS aged players (18U-15U). Our main goals were to compete for Championships and to help our players improve and continue playing baseball after HS. In the past 9 years we have won over 100 tournaments, but more importantly over 300 of our players have gone on to play college baseball and over 90 players have gone on to play professional baseball, including 8 players currently in the major leagues.
We are now expanding our program to add a youth division. This program will put a large emphasis on helping our players develop through hard work and practicing on a regular basis. We want our players to have fun and improve every single day and we will surround them with coaches who will ensure their success. This is an exciting time and we look forward to getting these teams going.
To learn more about Trombly Baseball take a look at our website:
January 10, 2012 (Tuesday)
January 11, 2012 (Wednesday)
January 12, 2012 (Thursday)
All players need to wear tennis shoes, baseball pants, a baseball shirt and hat and they each need to bring a glove, bat and helmet.
Please contact me if you have any questions or to reserve a spot in our tryouts.
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