Last Updated: November 18, 2015

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2015 Alumni Home Run Derby Champion - Jacob Nottingham

2015 Alumni Game - Team Photo

LA Angels Coach Dino Ebel visits Terrier Town

LA Angels Bench Coach Dino Ebel visits with the RHS Varsity Baseball Team.  He spoke to the boys about playing baseball the right way and to have a great season working and playing hard every inning.

Former LA Dodger Charlie Hough

Former Great LA Dodger Knuckleballer Charlie Hough, working with RHS pitcher Alec Weissman on the art of the knuckleball..

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.