14U practice move to Tuesday.. 14U team will now practice Tuesday, March 31 due to field conflict on Thursday.  
  • "Come take on the best"
  • "Respect for our opponent"
  • "Respect for our teammates"
  • "Respect for the game"
KRB Forms
2015 Spring/Summer Prospective Player Form
KRB uniform form

Proud member of Texas Showcase League

 Working 15U-17U summer schedules are on the team pages in the menu!

2015 Spring/Summer Rebels Baseball

KRB will field teams in age groups 9U-18U 

Spring and summer baseball player registration is now open.   

KRB will field teams ages 9U, 10U, 11U, 14U during the spring and 15U-18U in the summer.  All players must complete a prospective player form and attend a tryout.  Current and returning KRB players must submit a 2015 form and attend a tryout to be considered for a 2015 team.

High school prepatory teams (9U-14U) will play a mix of DH and tournaments.  Empasis will be on practice and skill development.

KRB Elite high school teams (15U-18U) will focus play in top showcase and tournament competition.  KRB will focus on building top teams in each age group to compete in the best events in the state.  


Next tryout date:

14U team has one opening for MIF/P

Limited roster spots remaining for high school teams.


Sunday, March 29 (15U-17U)

Harker Heights HS Field 12PM 15U-16U

Harker Heights HS Field 1PM 17U

Please confirm you attendance with an email!

Click here to complete a prospective player form.  


Contact Jim Davis at krb@hot.rr.com with any questions.  




 Killeen Rebels Baseball 2015 Spring/Summer Baseball Information

1. The Killeen Rebels Baseball Club purpose is to provide a quality, competitive baseball program for age’s 9U-18U/College.  The program is designed to provide area players with quality coaching in a competitive playing environment.  Our vision is to create impact varsity high school baseball players through quality coaching and a competitive schedule which exposes players to college coaches and scouts.

2. Texas Showcase League premier summer program includes: (15U-18U)

  • Mix of TSL showcases, quality tournaments
    • 6-7 events

  • Weekly practice at high school fields

  • Two sets of jerseys and a team hat

  • Supplemental Insurance (Secondary to players policy)

  • Players name and profile provided to college coaches/scouts at showcases (juniors/seniors)

3. High school preparatory spring program, KRB Bandits, includes: (9U-14U)

  • Mix DH and tournaments (March - June)

  • Weekly practice

  • Jersey and hat
  • Supplemental Insurance (Secondary to players policy)  

4. Playing time:  The KRB program vision is for players to increase their skill through practice and game participation.  Our intent is for players that come to practice, play hard, and act with appropriate sportsmanship should play approximately 50% of the time.  Coaches manage that time and player positions.  The KRB program is a competitive program with players competing for additional time through performance.  Each coach will further articulate their application of this program goal. 

5. How do I become a member of the Killeen Rebels 2015 program? 

  • Complete a prospective player form and submit to KRB

  • Attend a scheduled skills assessment (dates and times liste above)


6. Why join KRB? 

  • Grow in a program from age 9U to 18U
  • Area coach involvement and support
  • Quality practice and competition




 Copperas Cove pitcher Bryce Delano signs with Cisco

Congratulations to Bryce for his decision to sign a letter of intent to play with Cisco College in the fall of 2014.  Bryce was a standout 1B and pitcher this spring with the Bulldogs.  He was a staple on the mound with four district wins.  Killeen Rebels Baseball wants to congratulate Bryce and wish him the best of luck on his future career at the college level.
Bryce and his mother at the signing ceremony.




Daniel Gibbons signs to play with West Point Fall 2014
Congratulations to former Killeen Rebel and Harker Heights player Daniel Gibbons on his 2014 commitment to play D1 baseball at the United States Military Academy.  Daniel has excelled in the classroom and on the field.  KRB looks forward to both tracking his baseball career and his future military service. 


Daniel Gibbons USMA ceremony





Tyler Miller to play at SAGU
Congratulations to Tyler Miller  on his 2014 commitment to play at Southwestern Assemblies of God University.  Tyler has a carrer batting average of .361 and selected to the all-district team the last two seasons at Moody High School.  Killeen Rebels Baseball would like to congratulate Tyler on a great high school career and we look forward to tracking his progress at SAGU.


Tyler Miller SAGU ceremony



Austin Greene commits to UMHB and Jhar Devilme to Coppin State 

Congratulations to Jhar Devilme on his commitment to Coppin State and to Austin on his decision to play at UMHB.  Both players had outstanding careers at Copperas Cove High School and Killeen Rebels Baseball wants to congratulate them and wish them future success in the college careers.  Great baseball accomplishment to two outstanding players.

Josh Cruz commits to UMHB

Congratulations to Josh on his recent commitment to play baseball for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He had a great career at Temple high school and is coming off an outstanding senior season where hitting .325 while playing 2B for the Wildcats. He was an integral part of Craig Martin's Wildcats and contributed greatly to their successful playoff run this past spring. Killeen Rebels Baseball wants to congratulate Josh and his family.  All the Rebels family wish him the best of luck in his future college baseball career.


Ryan King signs with Temple College

Congratulations to Ryan King on his decision to play his college baseball at Temple College. Ryan is a returning All-District player for the Belton Tigers and will move just a little bit east down Interstate 35 to play for Temple College next year. Ryan hit a team-high nine home runs as a junior, knocking in 34 runs. He plans to see the field at first base but has hopes of seeing time on the mound. Ryan has played with the Killeen Rebels for several years and we would like to congratulate him as well as his father Stacy and mother Dana. The Leopard's got a great baseball player and an outstanding baseball family.


Bartlett senior baseball player Bubba Luna committed to play for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.   Bubba played with the Killeen Rebels 18U team. He is an outstanding player and great competitor. He played his first three high school seasons in Salado and is finishing his senior year at Bartlett. He was the District 25-2A Freshman of the Year in 2009 and earned an all-state honorable mention as a second baseman. Congratulations to Bubba and the Luna family.