- 2009/2013 Southern California Regional Tournament Champions
- 2011/2012 Western Baseball Association Champions
- 2008/09/10/11/12/13 World Series Qualifiers
- 2008/09/11/12/13 WBA Southern Division Champions
- 2008-2010 Record of 104-30
5- TIME LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013
Force Put on Batting Display
The San Diego Force put 25 runs on the board in Tuesday's contest against the Tigers at Force Field. The game was the last regular season game for the Force and the last chance fans had the chance to watch them at home. Force hitters sure didn't disappoint nailing five homeruns, including three by Tim Leary.
Leary not only hit three homeruns, he collected 8 RBI and scored five runs in the contest. Every starter scored at least one run in the contest and the Force nailed 23 hits off Tiger pitching. Hunter Ridge drilled a homerun following Leary's blast in the second inning to give the Force another back-to-back homerun tally for the season. Zac Israel, Tim Williams, Leary, John Montgomery and Austin Wobrock all collected at least three hits on the night. Both Montgomery and Williams had three RBI as well.
The Force vans will take off from San Diego early Thursday morning to make the trek across the United States to beautiful Wichita, Kansas for the 80th National Baseball Congress World Series. The Force will play the featured game Saturday night against the hometown Wichita Sluggers. The game will be broadcasted for your viewing pleasure. First pitch is around 7:00 pm Central time, and 5:00 on the West Coast.
Force Raid Pirates in Pomona
The San Diego Force split with the Inland Valley Pirates in early June this year. That Force team was certainly not the same Force team that showed up at Cal Poly Pomona Wednesday night. The Force battled with the Pirates for seven innings before opening up the game with a strong six run 8th inning to take home the win.
Josh Wobrock started off the scoring in the first inning for the Force as he reached base via a single and scored on a Josh Mallon double. The Pirates battled back for two runs in their half of the first, both being unearned, off starting Force pitcher Will Oliver. The Force found a way to tie it up in the third when Tim Williams scored on a Josh Davis single.
Both teams were held scoreless until the seventh when the Force took a 4-2 lead. Mitchell Esser reached on error and Zac Israel nailed a single to set up a Wobrock RBI single. Israel then scored on a throwing error by the catcher. The two run lead wouldn't last long as the Pirates put up another two runs in the bottom of the seventh.
Tied again at four going into the 8th, the Force put on a hitting clinic as they touched up Pirate pitchers for six runs on five hits. A walk by Mallon and a failed fielder's choice to get John Montgomery aboard started things off for the Force. Cole Johnson quickly hit an RBI single to score Mallon and break up the tie. Trey Hunt came on to run for Montgomery and scored after Esser singled and Israel hit a sacrifice fly. Williams reached base after being hit by a pitch and Wobrock got on via fielder's choice. Davis delivered a big blow with a two-run double. Hunter Ridge kept things going with a two-run double himself. All in all the Force scored six and put the game out of reach for the Pirates.
Oliver ended up going seven innings for the win while allowing only one earned run and striking out four. Josh Evans and Josh Ferrell finished the 8th and 9th to secure the 33rd victory on the year for the Force. The two Joshes combined to strike out three batters.
The Force will have two days off before playing two double headers over the weekend on Saturday and Sunday.
The San Diego Force NEED Your Help
July 12, 2014
We at the San Diego Force really need your help. We are looking for donations to help our players and staff afford to go to Wichita for the NBC World Series at the end of July. The trip would be a dream come true for our players as the tournament is a chance to show off their baseball skills and compete against the best teams in the United States and abroad. It also gives our players the rare opportunity to be seen by many professional and collegiate scouts. Last year, we had eight players sign professional contracts out of Wichita. In the past six years, we have had over 70 players receive the opportunity to play out their dreams in a professional uniform.
Any amount of money you could donate would greatly help our cause of getting our players out to Wichita. We are truly grateful for your support and dedication to our organization. The players mean everything and we want to be able to provide them with the best opportunites we can. Going to Wichita IS that opportunity of a lifetime. Please click on the links below to help us follow our dreams:
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New This Week in San Diego Force Video
July 9, 2014
100 MPH FORCE CLOSER
100 MPH Force Pitcher
Kenny Giles, the 6’2”, 190 lb one-time closer for the San Diego Force, has been moved up to the MLB roster of the Phillies as a reliever. Giles, the young 23-year-old who can hit triple digits constantly, is now in the big leagues.
Giles has a blazing 100 MPH fastball that gets there quick. It’s on you in a blink of eye and ball is in the catcher's glove when the hitter is swinging.
Giles was dominant at Double-A to begin the 2014 season, sporting a 1.20 ERA in 13 games and racking up 29 strikeouts (while walking just five) in 15 innings.
He was promoted to Triple-A a month ago, where he went 2-0 with a 2.63 ERA and five saves. He struck out 9 and walked 8 in 13 2/3 innings at Lehigh
Giles played for the Force in 2011 and was draftged in the 7th round (#241 overall) of the 2011 draft
Bobby Orozco Signs Professional Contract
The Force keep getting their former players signed to professional contracts. Right-handed pitcher Bobby Orozco signed last week with the Santa Fe Fuego of the Pecos League, and Independepent Professional League. Orozco pitched for the Force from 2010-2012 and pitched in three NBC World Series Tournaments for the Force. Orozco played at George Fox College in Oregon.
Graves and Robertson Playing Professional Baseball
Both pitcher Josh Graves and catcher Jody Robertson are playing Independent Professional Baseball for the Ohio Travelers in the IBL. Graves, otherwise known as Scraper, was a pitcher for the Force in both 2012 and 2013. Robertson played for the Force for three years starting in 2011 and going through 2013. Both players played for Simpson College in Northern California.
Houston Astros Draft Yuhl in 35th Round
Keegan Yuhl was drafted in the 2014 MLB Draft by the Houston Astros. The former Force right-hander was drafted in the 35th round. Yuhl played for the Force in the 2011 season where he won the Most Improved Award. Yuhl also put on one of the better pitching performances in the 2011 NBC World Series that we have seen.
Dillon Everett Drafted by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
Congratulations to Dillon Everett for signing a professional contract with the Angels. Dillon played for the Force in 2012, and played his college baseball at the University of Missouri in the fabled SEC. Best of luck to him as he continues his baseball career.
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Nick Shulz Signs with San Diego Padres
2013 San Diego Force and San Jose State University outfielder Nick Shulz has signed a professional baseball contract with the San Diego Padres. Shulz will take his skills to the Padres and start the season off in extended Spring Training in Peoria, Arizona. Shulz is the second player in San Diego Force history to sign with the Padres. In 2009 Jon Alia signed as a free agent with the Padres after putting together a tremendous career at Cal State Dominguez Hills. Congratulations, Nick and we wish you the best of luck representing San Diego!
FORCE RECRUITING FOR 2014 SEASON
The Force are now recruiting players for the 2014 season. We are looking for players that can help the Force win its 6th Championship in 7 years and win the NBC World Series. We will also sign graduating Seniors baseball Players if we believe we can sign them to play professional baseball. If you want to be part of a successful organization that knows how to win and have players signed to play professional baseball complete the player questionnaire and send it to us.
We look forward having you part of our winning team.
FORCE RADIO PARTNERSHIP FOR 2014
The Force is proud to announce their new radio partnership for the 2014 baseball season with 107.9 FM, The Mountain. This will provide greater coverage and exposure for both inities listening audience and to fans who can't make the games. You will be able to follow the Force on Radio 107.9 FM, Meridix.com for live Pod cast and Video, Twitter @sandiegoforce, Face book.com/sdforcebaseball and at www.sdforcebaseball.com
The Force is always trying to improve our presence to our fans, listeners, sponsors and to those who are looking for a team to support that provides quality and exciting baseball at affordable prices.
Come, follow the Force and be part of our FAMILY.
FORCE SPORTS TALK SHOW
The Force organization has started it own sports talk show called " East County Sports Report" every Saturday 10 AM - 11 AM on 107.9 FM, The Mountain with Jon Ownes and Michael King hosting the show.
The East County Sports Report's mission is to showcase the sports events of San Diego County and focus on the East County. The East County Sports Report will bring listeners up close and personal with the sports, schools, colleges and Indepentent teams and events that matter the most on sports that normally do not receive coverage. Jon and Michael are committed to providing insight on topics that are controversail, take listeners behind the scenes of thier favorite sports and organizations, and showcase what it takes to become a successful athlete.
It will also be a platform to help bring positive awareness to the san Diego Force and to promote the Force to a larger fan base.
Thank you Sponsors and Fans
The Force wishes to thank all our sponsors, both corporate and individual for supporting the team. Your generous sponsorship helped make the team successful by providing the necessary funding. We wish to thank ZICO, THE YARD, Builders Express, Design A Deck, Xprotex, Mine Bats, Giant Sun Flower Seeds, SouthBat, Enterprise Car Rentals, Black Ops, LaClass Limos, Prime Sports Sales, and Insigna Gloves, just to name a few of our great sponsors.
Our Fans and families are as important as our sponsors, without your support, and the dedication to the team, the Force would not be a success. It takes a team to win and our FANS are part of the team and the winning success. We hope you will continue to follow us thru the off season and follow the developing stories of the Force.
Our sponsors and Fans are part of our winning team and have helped us win our 5th Championship in 6 years.
2014 season is around the corner.
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2014 Force Positions and Internships
The Force has the following positions and interships available for the 2014 season.
For information, please contact the Force.
Assistant Team Trainer
Assistant Grounds Keeper
Coordinator for Fund Raising Events
SPONSOR : Southbat - Revolutionary Guayaibi Wood Bats
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The San Diego Force welcomes our newest sponsor, XPROTEX.
XPROTEX has developed the state of the art batting glove with A.I.C. Technology - Advanced Impact Composite. This new techonology will help reduce injury to players hands if hit. The new batting glove reduces a 100 mph fast ball to the equivalant of being hit by a 40 mph ball. This drastically reduces the change of injury.
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SPONSOR: BLACK OPS
The San Diego Force would like to welcome our newest Sponsor and Partner – Black Ops. The highly innovative company brings its knowledge to help those baseball athletes who are looking to excel and be set apart from others.
Black Ops Human Performance is a Strength and conditioning, speed and agility, and fitness consulting company that specializes in training elite athletes of all ages. Black Ops Human performance has worked with a number of professional and amateur athletes in a number of different sports that include baseball, football, soccer, and basketball. Black Ops Human Performance has a reputation for being diligent in helping our clients reach their performance goals while establishing a personal relationship that is unique to each individual.
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