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US Baseball Academy

U.S. Baseball Academy

Redlands High School Baseball will be hosting the U.S. Baseball Academy Spring Training 2015.

These sessions are open for grades 1 - 12 during January and February ( Jan. 18, 25; Feb. 1, 15).

See the attached flyer.

U.S. Baseball Academy Flyer

Jersey Mike's Subs Fundraiser

Redlands Baseball would like the thank Jersey Mike's Subs in Redlands for the great opportunity to work together for a Team Fundraiser.

This is a picture of Coach Valencia and the Terriers Baseball players receiving a check from Jersey Mike's in the amount of $ 1405.00.


Navy wins the 2014 World Series


The navy team won the 2014 Redlands High School Navy vs. White World Series.  In front of a packed stadium, team navy defeated team white by a score of 8 to 4.  The navy team was able to put up 5 runs in the top of the 2nd inning.  A series of hit batters and errors helped team navy pull ahead.  In the top of the 3rd Sophomore John McKee blasted a 2 run homerun over the left field wall to clinch the game for the navy team.  Team navy Sophomore Alec Weissman was brilliant on the mound.  He came into relieve Junior Alex Espinoza and pitched out of 2 bases loaded jams.  Espinoza earned the win and Freshmen James McKee took the loss.  Junior Kyler Berg sat the white team down one, two, three to seal the victory.  





The Navy team was able to even the series by winning game 2 by a score of 6 to 1.  The navy team was helped by 6 white team errors.  Team navy was able to get on the scoreboard early when Junior Andres Saravia lead off with a double.  Saravia later scored on an error.  In the 3rd inning, team navy was able to score 4 runs on 3 errors.  The white team’s lone run came on a two out double by Junior Sam Maury-Holmes.  Junior Alex Espinoza was able to drive in a run in the top of the 4th.  The winning pitcher for the navy team was Junior Michael Steinke.  Junior Ty Torres took the loss.  The final game of the series will be played on Thursday at 3 pm at Redlands High School “Field of Dreams.”



White 9                Navy 8

The White team was able to defeat the Navy team by a score of 9 to 8 on Monday October 27th at Redlands High School “Field of Dreams.”  The white team was led by Junior Peter Brooks on offense and Junior Matt Fisher on the mound.  Brooks was 2 for 2 with 2 runs scored and a stolen base.  Fisher pitched 3 solid innings giving up 1 run and striking out 3.  The white team was able to pull ahead for good when they scored 6 runs in the top of the 4th.  The white team gave a valiant effort in the bottom of the 4th by scoring 6 runs on 3 hits, 3 walks, and 2 errors.  In the end, Freshmen, James McKee struck out the final batter to end the assault and preserve the win.  The game was called after 4 because of the time limit. Game 2 of the series continues on Wednesday October 29th at 2:45 pm.  


Redlands High School baseball is all about the "pursuit of excellence." It is a pursuit that will challenge and reward you. Playing baseball at Redlands High School is a privilege and an honor. We will provide you with an opportunity to learn, compete, develop, and be challenged. The main goal of our program will be to create an environment that is conducive to success. To do this, we will utilize all resources with the rules set by our team, league and the school district. We will strive to compete for the Citrus Belt League Championship and the CIF Section Championship.
The baseball program will assist the student/athlete in realizing his potential. We will help, in any way possible, those who will be continuing on to college and professional baseball. We will also help to recognize opportunities for those team members who choose to explore other avenues. We will strive to insure success for all those dedicated to the program.
The Terriers first and foremost represent themselves, their parents, the school, the team, and we will conduct ourselves with professionalism and integrity at all times. As a coaching staff, we will provide an honest and fair environment for the players.


Senior Drew Knight was selected as the 2014 Terrier award winner during the end of the year baseball banquet.  The Terrier award is the highest honor given to any Terrier Baseball player.  The Terrier award goes out to a senior who leaves a lasting legacy to the Redlands Baseball program.  Knight is awarded for his dedication, contribution, leadership, unselfishness, positive actions on and off the field, respect for the game; his teammates and opponents and for leaving a lasting legacy to the Terrier Baseball program for all to follow.  Knight will attend Biola University in the fall.


Senior Michael Tillman was the only Terrier selected for first team All-Citrus Belt League.  Senior pitchers Dylan Baker and Adrian Garcia earned 2nd Team All-CBL.  Junior Kel McPeck and Sophomore Austin Williams were All-League Honorable Mentions.


The Terrier baseball team was swept this past week by the Yucaipa Thunderbirds along with their chance of making the CIF play-offs.  The Terriers lost 8-1 in game one on Wednesday at Yucaipa.  Senior Adrian Garcia took the loss.  The Terriers were led by Sophomore Alex Espinoza who was 2 for 3.  On Friday the Terriers were beaten at home by a score of 9-0 to end the regular season and any chance of the Terriers making the play-offs.  The Terriers finished the season 13-14 and 6-9 in Citrus Belt League play.


The Terriers lost 2 games this week in Citrus Belt League play to their cross town rivals Redlands East Valley.  On Wednesday, the Terriers were beaten 4-0.  Senior Dylan Baker threw 5 innings and gave up no earned runs to take the loss.  On Friday, the Wildcats were able to put the Terriers away by winning 9-1.  Senior Adrian Garcia took the loss for the Terriers.  On offense, Junior Kel McPeck was 3 for 3 to lead the Terrier offense.  The Terriers are back in action on Wednesday at Yucaipa.  Game time is set for 3:15 pm.


The Terriers lost 2 tough games to Cajon this past week.  In the first game of the week, the Terriers lost to Cajon by a score of 3-1.  Senior Dylan Baker threw 5 strong innings before being relieved by Senior Adrian Garcia.  Baker took the loss for the Terriers.  Matt Fisher had a double and Senior Andrew Knight was 2 for 3 to lead the Terriers.  In the second game, the Terriers were defeated 4-2.  The Terriers had runners on 1st and 3rd in the bottom of the 7th before Senior Michael Tillman flied out to right centerfield to end the game.  Adrian Garcia took the loss on the mound for the Terriers.  The Terriers take on Redlands East Valley this Wednesday and Friday.  Wednesday's game is at REV and Friday's game is at RHS.  Both games are scheduled for 3:15 pm.


The Terriers swept AB Miller this week by a score of 3-0 on Wednesday and 5-3 on Friday.  In Wednesday's game, the Terriers were led by Senior Dylan Baker who pitched 6 and 1/3 of an inning, struckout 7 and walked one.  Baker scattered 4 hits.  On offense, Sophomore Matt Fisher was 2 for 3.  On Friday, the Terriers scored 2 runs in the 6th and 2 in the 7th to come from behind to beat Miller 5-3.  The Terriers were led by Sophomore Chris Ruiz who was 3 for 4 with a single, double, and triple.  He also drove in 3 runs.  Senior Adrian Garcia picked up the win by throwing 4 and 2/3 innings in relief, striking out 5 and only walking 1.  Sophomore Austin Williams threw the 7th to earn his first save of the year. 


The Terriers were able to sweep the Eisenhower Eagles this past week to start the final round of CBL play.  The Terriers won the first game by a score of 5-1.  Koby Glass drove in 2 runs in the bottom of the 5th inning to lift the Terriers.  Senior Dylan Baker picked up another win and Senior left handed pitcher Adrian Garcia earned the save.  In the second game, the Terriers won by a score of 11-3.  The Terriers were led on offense by sophomore Austin Williams who had 2 hits and drove in 2 runs.  The Terriers sent out sophomore pitcher Ty Torres who threw well for 3 innings.  Adrian Garcia relieved Torres and picked up the win. 

Beaumont 2 Redlands 0.  The Terriers lost on Saturday in a Redlands Baseball Invitational Tournament final game.  The Terriers were not able to get the bats going.  Sophomore Koby Glass was the only Terrier to get a hit.  Sophomore Michael Steinke took the tough loss after going 4 innings, striking out 4, walking 1, and only giving up 3 hits.  The Terriers are back in action on Wednesday at home vs. AB Miller.


The Terrier baseball team split a pair of Citrus Belt League games this past week.  The Terriers defeated AB Miller by a score of 4-2 at AB Miller.  The Terriers were led by Seniors Dylan Baker, Adrian Garcia on the mound, and Michael Tillman on offense.  Baker earned the victory and Garcia picked up the save.  Michael Tillman was 2 of 3 with a double, RBI, and run scored.  On Friday, the Terriers struggled to get their offense going against League leader Cajon.  The Terriers were defeated by Cajon 5 - 0.  The Terriers resume league play on Wednesday against crosstown rival Redlands East Valley at home at 3:15 pm.


After finishing the preseason 7-4, by participating in the Redlands Baseball Invitational Tournament and Chino Tournament, the Terriers opened up Citrus Belt League play by defeating Eisenhower 4-2.  The Terries were led by Michael Tillman who was 2 for 3 with a 2 runs scored, a stolen base, and earned the save on the mound for the Terriers.  Senior left hander Adrian Garcia threw 3 and 1/3 innings of relief to earn the victory.


The Terrier baseball program will open the 2014 season by hosting the Redlands Baseball Invitational tournament.  The Terriers will open the season on Monday March 3rd at home against Jurupa Hills.  The game is set for 3:15 pm. The Terriers have a 6 game home stand.  The Terriers will play Wednesday March 5th against Rancho Verde, Thursday March 6th against Cathedral City, Friday March 7th against Patriot to open the Chino Tournament, and finish the RBI tournament on Saturday March 8th against an opponent who is yet to be determined.  The Terriers are looking to build off another great succesful 2013 season in which they were Citrus Belt League Champions and CIF play off qualifiers.  To see the Terriers 2014 complete schedule go to,ca)/baseball/home.htm


The Redlands Baseball Wall of Fame welcomed three new inductees last week in Ed Vande Berg (Class of 1976), Dan Whitmer (Class of 1974) and Scott Russell (Class of 1971).

Vande Berg, a left-handed reliever, played at Arizona State and then went onto a seven-year major league career with the Mariners, Dodgers, Indians and Rangers. He was voted the Sporting News Rookie of the Year in 1982 and finished with a career 3.92 ERA.

Whitmer, a catcher, played at Cal State Fullerton.  He is Cal State Fullerton's first ever player to make it to the big leagues.  He played parts of two seasons with the Blue Jays and Angels in 1980-81 and became the Tigers bullpen catcher, earning a World Series ring in 1984. He also served as the Tigers bullpen coach for 10 seasons.

Russell was a three-time all-CBL honoree and went on to play at Arizona from 1973-75. He later served as a high school baseball coach from 1980-2009 and won a combined seven league titles and one CIF-SS title with Rialto and Rialto Carter. He was inducted into the Rialto City Hall of Fame in 2009.

P & R PAPER SUPPLY HONORED; Local business P & R Paper Supply was honored at the Kick Off Dinner.  They were honored as organization of the year.  Luke and Mark Maiberger accepted the award on behalf of the company.  Each year,  P & R supports the Redlands High School baseball program and other programs within the community.  There commitment to Redlands High School and the community of Redlands is outstanding. 


The Terrier baseball team defeated the Alumni team by a score of 12-11.  On a beautiful sunny day at the Redlands High School "Field of Dreams"  the Terriers got on board in the bottom of the 1st inning when Junior Anthony Graziano scored from third.  Starting pitcher, Senior Dylan Baker threw a solid 1st inning by striking out 3.  The Alumni tied the game in the 2nd inning.  In the top of the 3rd, the Alumni were able to capitalize on errors by the Terrier defense. They were able to score 5 runs.  1 run was earned.  2007 grad Lance Lutz hit a bases loaded double to drive in 2 runs.  2005 Alum Matt Norris also hit a double in the inning.  The Terriers were able to get on board in the bottom of the 5th when they took advanatge of multiple fielding errors by the Alumni.  The winning pitcher of record was sophomore Austin Williams.  Senior Michael Tillman came in and threw the 7th to earn the save. 


2012 Grad Brian Ruhm won the 2014 Alumni Game Homerun derby.  Ruhm who currently plays at UC Davis hit 5 homeruns in the first round.  2010 graduate, Jason Henning also hit 5 homeruns in the first round to force a tie.  In the 2nd round Henning and Ruhm both hit 1 homerun to force a 3rd round.  In the third round, Ruhm hit 2 homeruns to Henning's 1 to seal the victory. 


Redlands High School 2013 graduate Sean Smith has signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Chico State.  Smith was an All-League 1st Team CBL, All Area player, and Terrier award winner.  He holds the Redlands High School record for most games played with 94.   "I am really excited for Sean.  He has worked hard and deserves everything he gets.  Chico is getting a great player and a fine young man."  Coach Valencia said.  The Terriers finished the season 19-6 and were 2013 Citrus Belt League Champions. 

TERRIERS WIN NATIONAL AWARD; Redlands High School Baseball field has won the 2013 Baseball Coaches Association Region 8 Field of the Year.   "The Field of Dreams" is now up for National Field of the year.  Region 8 consistents of CA, OR, WA, HI, AK.


Catcher Jacob Nottingham was selected by the Houston Astros in the 6th round of the 2013 MLB Draft.  Nottingham signed his contract on Tuesday and left for Florida on Thursday.  Nottingham will be assigned to Rookie level in Florida to start his professional career.  "Today is a great day for Jacob, his family, and the Terrier baseball family."  Coach Valencia said, upon learning Nottingham was drafted on day 2 of the MLB draft. 


The Redlands High School baseball program concluded it's 2013 season with their annual end of the year banquet on Monday June 3rd in Terrier Hall.  The baseball program honored all of the players from the Freshmen, Junior Varsity, and Varsity teams.  This year's Terrier Award, the highest honor that any Terrier can recieve, was won by 4 year letterman Sean Smith.  The Terrier Award is given out to the player who exemplifies what it is to be a Redlands High School baseball player on and off the field.  For his dedication, leadership, positivie actions on and off the field, respect for the game; his teammates and opponents and for leaving a lasting legacy to the Terrier Baseball program for all to follow.  Smith finished off a stellar career at RHS.  He played in a total of 111 games, an RHS record, scored 102 career runs, stole 60 bases, was a 3 time 1st Team All-CBL selection, a 3 year Captain, and help lead the Terriers to 2 Citrus Belt League titles.  "The day Sean Smith played his first varsity game as a Freshmen, he ran a hard 90.  His last at bat as a Senior, he ran a hard 90."  Coach Valencia said.  "Sean is a player that was a leader on and off the field, gave everything he had to this program and was a great example to his teammates and the kids in the community.  I am honored to present this award to Sean."


4 Seniors from the 2013 Redlands High School baseball team were selected for the Inland Empire Baseball Coaches Association All-Star game.  Seniors Pitchers, Jimmy Walker and Angel Landazuri, and centerfielder Sean Smith were selected to play in the San Bernardino vs. Riverside County All-Star game to be held on June 13th at the 66ers Stadium at 7 pm.  Third basemen Roman Cross was selected to play in the San Bernardino/Riverside County vs. High Desert Cities game to be played on June 9th at Maverick Stadium at 7 pm.  All 4 Seniors were 1st Team All-Citrus Belt League selections.  Smith finished the 2013 season hitting .446 with 29 runs scored, 4 doubles, 10 RBI's and 8 stolen bases.  Cross hit .453 on the season with 30 RBI's, 5 doubles, and 10 runs scored.  On the mound, Landazuri was 10-2 with a 1.02 ERA and 89 strikeouts and Walker was 5-1 with a 1.47 ERA and 43 strikeouts.   


Jacob Nottingham earned the 2013 Citrus Belt League Player of the Year.  Seniors earning 1st Team All-Citrus Belt League were Sean Smith, Angel Landazuri, Roman Cross, Anthony Aguila, and Jimmy Walker.  Smith and Landzuri have earned First Team All CBL for 3 season in a row.  Senior Chad Butler earned 2nd Team All League and Junior Michael Tillman was Honorable Mention.  Head Coach Estevan Valencia was selected as Co-Coach of the Year.  The Terriers finished the season 19-6 and won a share of the Citrus Belt League title.  (Not pictured; Jacob Nottingham, Michael Tillman, Coach Estevan Valencia)



The 2013 baseball season came to an end on Friday May 16th at the hands of Santa Barbara.  The Terriers lost 6-3.  The Terriers led through the first 5 innings by a score of 3 to 1.  In the 6th inning, the Dons were able to score 4 runs to pull ahead and then they added 2 more runs in the top of the 7th.  Senior Angel Landazuri took the loss on the mound for the Terriers.  Redlands finished the season 19-6, and shared the Citrus Belt League title.


The Redlands baseball team will play in the 1st round of the CIF Play offs on Friday May 17th at home at 3:15.  The Terriers will play the winner of the Santa Barbara - Pasadena game.  The Terriers were seeded 5th in the CIF tournament. 


The Terrier baseball program won 5 -4 against La Quinta in the Semi-Final game of the Redlands Baseball Invitational.  Senior Chad Butler hit a double to drive in fellow Senior Jacob Nottingham, who led off with a single and stole 2nd base in the bottom of the 6th inning.  The Terrier were led on the mound by Dylan Baker, Joe Rigius, Angel Landazuri, and Sean Smith who recorded his first save of the year.  The Terriers will take on Redland East Valley for the RBI Championship at the University of Redlands on Saturday March 2nd at 1 pm.


On Tuesday November 14th, Seniors Angel Landazuri and Jacob Nottingham signed their letters of intent to play college baseball. Angel signed with UC Riverside and Jacob signed his letter of intent with the University of Oklahoma. Angel, who is a right handed pitcher, has been a member of the varsity team since his Freshmen year. He has been an All-League CBL selection and CIF selection. Last season Angel posted an 8-2 record with a 1.06 ERA and 75 strikeouts. Angel is at the top of nearly every Redlands High School career pitching records. Jacob has been an All-League CBL selection and CIF selection. In a shortened Junior season, Jacob hit .341 with 6 doubles and 16 RBI's. "This is a great day for Redlands High School, the Terrier baseball program and Angel and Jacob's families. I am excited for these two guys." said Coach Valencia. The Terriers open the 2013 season on Saturday February 23rd in the Redlands Baseball Invitational.


The Terrier Baseball program inducted Mike Eason and longtime Redlands baseball supporter Steven Champman into the Terrier Baseball Hall of Fame.  The Ceremony took place at the Annual Kick Off Dinner on Friday night at Terrier Hall on the campus of Redlands High School.  Eason graduated from RHS in 1992.  Mike was an All -Citrus Belt League player.  He played collegiately at UC Riverside.  He still holds many of UCR records for shutouts, games pitched, and won.  He was drafted by the Florida Marlins in 1996.  Steven Champman has been involved in the Redlands baseball for Youth, Aussie Baseball, and PONY baseball for nearly 25 years.  He is currently the President of the Benchwarmers.  He played a major role in tranforming Redlands Little League to PONY baseball. 



Former Redlands High School standout Ron "Pops" Warner has been promoted as the the Memphis Redbirds new skipper. This will be Warner's first time as a manager in the Pacific Coast League but not his first time being a part of the PCL. Pop is the only Birds manager to have actually played for the Memphis Redbirds. Warner is a 1987 graduate of Redlands High School. He was a 3 year varsity player and First Team All-Citrus Belt League Shortstop in 1987. He played at Riverside City College from 1987-1989. He was a First Team All-Orange Empire Conference Shortstop in 1989. Warner moved on to the University of Wyoming from 1989-1991, where he earned First Team All-WAC Shortstop in 1991. He was drafted by the Cardinals in the 17th round in 1991.

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