- Now holding tryouts for ages 13-18u
The State of Texas is known for many things. One being a hotbed of baseball talent. Over the years there have been many programs within our industry. Some good, some bad and some great. The great ones do things the right way and are what I believe are the best this state has to offer. They have great leadership, great coaches and players but more importantly its about the players and preparing them for the next levels. These great programs are professional on the field and a true pleasure to compete against. Being part of this network of programs should be every other program goal. It is the apex of amateur baseball in the state of Texas.
It is with great pride I get to announce that Allen Baseball has been asked to join the Texas Premier Baseball. This is a select group of teams from the great State of Texas who are the crème of the crop in amateur baseball. I have accepted this invite on behalf of our boys with open arms knowing the level of competition and the opportunities it will bring our players. It will be an honor for us to be part of such a selected group of teams. Please review their website at http://texaspremier.org/.
This has been a goal of mine for many years and this accomplishment for our program is directly due to all the players who have played in this program from the start. However just like ever player who has reached the next level. Its time to get back to work, so often its easier to get there than to stay there.
DEALIN' -- AC pitcher Lance Lusk earned his first collegiate mound win Wed. vs. Mountain View. Lusk took a no-hitter into the final inning, finishing with CG shutout: 1 H, 0 ER, 9 K, 0 BB.
Allen Baseball Tryouts
(2018, 2019, 2020, 2021)
This year is setting up to be our greatest year yet. Don’t miss out and secure your spot before they are gone. Please contact us at email@example.com to RSVP your tryout date.
I am very pleased to announce that Allen Baseball Club will be adding Sam Pistrui to our Coaching Staff for 2018. Sam was an All-District performer at Morton Ranch High School in Katy Texas and is finishing up his degree at Schreiner University in Kerrville Texas. During his time at Schreiner, Sam has played multiple positions and has been named to the All-Conference Teams.
In his playing years in our program Sam has always been one of the hardest working, team first guys we have ever had. His wiliness to make others around him better and being a true student of the game set the tone early that someday he will be a great baseball coach. We are very fortunate to have him and I know he will be a great asset for our players.
As Sam finishes up his senior season in Kerrville, he will be working towards a Graduate Assistant (GA) position and his Masters Degree, to become a college Baseball Coach.
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Allen Baseball has been around for many years and our extended runs deep with some of the greatest people the world has to offer. A long time ago a little skinny came up our program Named Jeremy Rice and not only did we find an outstanding young man but two of the very best parents a program could ask to have in the program. Kyle Rice and Pam Rice (who still needs a Facebook). I have been from once side of this country to the other with this great family. So many great times....
Kyle started umpiring when Jeremy got into HS and I am sure you guys disagreed with him over the years during the HS season. I great umpire except when Jeremy was pitching for us, then maybe a wee tight with the zone. A He has been in the Houston Fire Department for over 30 years. So with my background I liked him from the start. Unless he was umpiring my games just kidding, lol.
This past month Kyle has been diagnosed stage 4 pancreatic cancer. I ask for the prayer warriors out there to keep Kyle and his family in your thoughts and prayers.
Thank you all in advance for your prayers. I know they will mean the world to him and his family.
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