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We are looking for a few more players to complete our roster. If you would like your child to receive instruction and teaching on a deeper level from experienced coaches, join us at our next practice for a tryout.

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What we have to offer


• A dedicated field for two practices a week, three if needed.
• Indoor facility through the winter for training along with speed & agility workouts to prepare for spring.

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our Practices

(ThunderDome Facility Coming Soon)

We love to watch kids grow as individuals, develop into stronger athletes, and become better overall baseball players through the superior direction and guidance from our coaching staff.

Focus 1


Batting and pitching techniques with certified professional, Coach Ed.

Focus 2

Team Building

Camaraderie, confidence, coaching with purpose. We speak to the athlete within your child.

Focus 3


This is a true travel ball team! High focus, fielding, mastering your position on the field, stealing and highly competitive.

Focus 4

weekend warrior

Winning may not be everything but your athlete will leave the weekend empowered, educated and ready to tackle the next week on the field.

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meet our coaches


Coach ed


Winning begins as a mindset. Respect is earned in the battle. as life gives us it's fair share of battles, we're graced with knowing that we just can't lose when effort meets fundamentals! - COach ed
1988 ~ Coaching career began
1990 - Present ~ all- star dixie youth state champs
-dixie youth world series
-specialized in pitching & hitting after completing vanderbilt Coaches clinic
-led grandson to d1 marshall univ. of w. virginia

Coach Nick


Nick Cummings played high school baseball for Davidson Christian Academy (DCA) in Nashville, TN. He was a pitcher and played third base. After graduating he was awarded a scholarship to play for the University of North Alabama as a pitcher in the Division 2 NCAA. His first full year he had 17 strike outs for 14 innings pitched.  His Sophomore year he was offered a full scholarship and transferred to University of Marshall as a pitcher in the D1 division. Nick had become a main potential with his velocity became over 90 mph reaching 95 before he threw out his arm. The Tommy Johns surgery was not successful, so Nick had to retire his baseball career.


2018- Pitched in seven games with one start as a freshman with an 0-1 record
HIgh School- Third base, first base and pitcher