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Titans Program



24 Regional or State Championships

5 National Championship Finals

8 Seasons of 50+ win seasons

195 Former Titans gaining college scholarships

24 Regional or State Championships

5 National Championship Finals

8 Seasons of 50+ win seasons

195 Former Titans gaining college scholarships

The East Cobb Titans are entering into their 10th   season of existence on the diamond and the national circuit. The Marietta, Georgia, based-operation is located right at the epicenter of the travel baseball world. The East Cobb baseball complex may very well be the finest of its kind in the United States. Not only have has there been almost 100 national championships won at several different age levels but the numbers reach staggering counts when you figure in the hundreds of players that have gone on to play major collegiate baseball the dozens of major leaguers that have passed through the East Cobb program.

Right in the middle of it all are the Titans! The East Cobb Titans! National championships and wins aside, the Titans have proven themselves to be one of the very brightest programs in the country when it comes to the players, staff and operations that make up this wildly successful program. The Titans will travel any location at any time to find the very best competition available to not only increase the exposure of their players but to also battle test the program for its annual run at a national title. This recipe has produced almost 500 victories in the past decade and had the Titans "Wearing the Ring" repeatedly.

The Titans coaching staff sincerely hopes that you will want to be part of this Georgia juggernaut and improve your game while helping us strive for yet another title. If you should have any questions regarding our program, please do not hesitate to contact either head man  Chance Beam at 404-441-1400 ( or assistant coach/recruiting coordinator Mike Nayman at 770-827-5198 (  You can also reach us via e-mail at addresses listed above. In addition, please feel free to drop by the website at We will be updating the site over the winter but it will always be operational to check the latest news on the Titans.

We honestly believe that the Titan way is genuinely the best way to approach your game. We sincerely believe our program is the best program in the country for a variety of reasons. From the coaching and instruction to the facilities we play on or at. The Titans will always strive to play the game hard, smart and efficient while allowing the players to excel at their craft. If your goal is to put yourself in a great spot to play at the next level(s), we sincerely hope that you will consider playing with us for the upcoming season. The reason you have been contacted is that you have come highly recommended to us through your talents and style of play. We are confident that your game can go to those next levels through hard work, dedication and effort.

To help you do that, I have attached a basic information sheet on the page below to hopefully answer any basic questions you may have regarding our upcoming season as well as some points of interest. While some things may seem small and others much grander, it is our goal to be upfront with players and parents while being as transparent as possible when it comes it the operation of the program. We want what is best for everyone involved so no issue is unimportant.


 Mike Nayman - Recruiting Coordinator, East Cobb Titans  770-827-5198


 2013 Summer Season (May 22 – July 31, 2012)


$2,500 basic cost for participating in the summer season.

(Costs include that of the player only)



The Titans will participate in roughly EIGHT (8) tournaments

Likely Dates (Subject to change):

 May 27 (CABA State) Marietta, GA

 June 3 (Connie Mack) Marietta, GA

 June 7 (Perfect Game Invite) Marietta, GA

 June 14 (Triple Crown) Marietta, GA

 June 28 (Sunbelt World Series) Nashville, TN

 July 5 (17u WWBA) Marietta, GA

 July 12 (16u WWBA) Marietta, GA

 July 23 (AAU World Series) Ft. Myers, FL


The Titans will participate in roughly FOUR (4) showcases and a week-long series of individual games at the East Cobb Baseball Complex

Likely Dates (Subject to change):

May 24 Charleston, SC

 June 10 Piedmont College (GA)

 June 18 University of South Carolina

 June 21 Clemson University

 June 24 East Cobb Individual games at ECB

 Total Games:

The Titans will likely play between 70-80 games over a 10-week span. The schedule is packed and the visibility is great. We put our players in front of dozens of scouts and college coaches on a weekly basis.

 Level of Play:

There are many situations in which the Titans "play up" when it comes to age level in various tournaments or showcases. We believe in pushing the envelope as often as we can while still monitoring success and development.

East Cobb:

The facility is one of the premier complexes in the country. There are eight fields on site, including four championship, regulation-sized diamonds located at the heart of the complex. Within just a few minutes of the complex are numerous high baseball fields that are the envy of most that play on them.  In addition, two large indoor hitting areas are located right on site to allow the Titans the comfort to hit in the most drastic of weather conditions year round. When you add in some of the best ballpark food anywhere along with brick lined line bleachers and bullpens and artificial grass sprinkled throughout the park and its concreted walkways, you would be hard pressed to find a more well-equipped home.


The Titans will once again adorn their customary bright orange and royal blue contingent that includes up to five game tops in orange, royal blue, powder blue, camouflage and their traditional championship Sunday pinstripes. Two pairs of pants, socks, belts, shorts, Titans dry-fit shirts, Reebok cleats, Rawlings batting gloves round out the gear that is also topped off with four game hats.