Last Updated: October 8, 2014

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ETSB Grand Slam 2015
ETSB Fall ball rosters
Rodney McCray joining ETSB
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Baytown Tourney

October 11, 2014

Game times for Saturday are listed below. Please be at field ready for BP at 2pm.


3pm @ Baytown Lee HS (SP- L. Smith)

5pm @ Baytown Lee HS (SP-Bumpas)

Player fees

Please mail your player fees to:

East Texas Select

1204 Reen Drive

Lufkin, Tx. 75904

Postion Player Fee: 440.00

Pitcher Only Fee: 350.00

ETSB Fall team(s) Workout

August 23, 2014 – 02:00 PM

We will have a workout at Morris Frank Park in Lufkin at 2pm for everyone who can make it. This will be an opportunity for everyone to do a meet and greet and get some work in. I will visit with parents who come and answer any questions you may have. Morris Frank Park is on our Directions tab on the left hand side of this page. Rusty

ETSB Fall Tourney Schedule

Below is the Fall schedule

September 6-7 @ Tyler

September 13-14 @ White Oak 

September 20-21 @ Baytown 

September 27-28 @ Baytown 


ETSB Fall ball rosters

Any players wishing to play Fall ball with ETSB need to contact Rusty by August 10th. We will save a roster spot for you until that date. Any players wanting to play after that will have to try out on a date to be named. We will have a 16u and 18u team this year. we will play 4 tournaments with one of these being a Perfect Game Tournament in Tomball. Rusty's number is 936-635-5631

Rodney McCray joining ETSB

Happy to announce that former Major Leaguer Rodney McCray will be joining our staff starting this Fall. Rodney comes to ETSB with knowledge in all aspects of the game. in addition to his playing experience, Rodney has been a Roving Instructor for the LA Dodgers and Cinncinatti Reds. 

ETSB Grand Slam 2015

July 18, 2015

ETSB will be carrying a 16u and 18u team to the Grand Slam World Series in Summer 2015. Dates of play are July 20-26.

Former ETSB players signed in the College Ranks

Below is a list of Current and Past ETSB players who are getting chance to play the game at the next level. These young men have made that next step and we congratulate each of them. Hard work and natural God-given talent go a long way to getting what you desire:


Jacob Kelly (2013) - Labette College

Riley Smith (2013) - San Jacinto

Hunter Palmer (2012) - Panola College

Ben Schaffer (2012)-Mary-Hardin Baylor Univ.

Austin Kimble (2011) - Tyler JC

Garrett Stringer (2013) - Eastfield JC

Ryan Langley (2013) - Eastfield JC

Joseph Lansford (2012)- Grayson CC

Jonathan Hennigan (2013)- Galveston CC

Micah Ellison (2013) - Univ. Of Arkansas Monticello

Tyler Vinson (2013) - Grayson CC

Timmy Martines (2014) - Grayson CC

Cort McPherson - Alvin CC

Anthony Doss (2013) - Angelina JC

Matt Schaffer (2013) - Mary-Hardin Baylor Univ.

Gentry Ford (2014) - Lawson State CC

Kaleb Kirk (2013) - Centenary College

Parker Ford (2013) - Mississippi St.

Trey Cumbie (2012) - Univ. of Houston

What does a ETSB Roster look like?

August 24, 2012
What is a typical roster like for a ETSB team? Starting in the Spring of 2013 a typical ETSB roster will consist of three players to switch out at 1st and 3rd, three middle infieders (SS,2B),4 Outfielders and 2 catchers.Each team will usually have a couple of kids who can be a part of the team as a "Pitcher only" player and the rest of the pitching will come from the position players. Our Fall teams sometimes reflect a "different" makeup. A Fall roster may be somewhat larger to allow for kids who play football and have other functions that may not allow them to be available every weekend. Our goal is to have each kid play a part of every game except for one of the catchers. Catchers catch a whole game then sit out a game. Should a player not play in one game then he will start and play the entire next ballgame. Our program is a "Developmental one" in that we (coaches)teach all the time. Goal number one is to play and learn the game correctly and that will always be more important than winning. If we develope players, we will win games. The two go hand in hand.

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