Renegades Baseball was a travel baseball team based in Goodlettsville, TN. The goal of this team is to increase players skill development in a more competitive baseball environment and to prepare our players for the next level. This team is built on the foundation of fundamentals, playing competitive baseball and having fun!! With the help of the coaches and other instructors, we hope to provide an intensive learning experience that will be both challenging and fun for the members of this team.

2015 Renegades
2014 Renegades
2013 Renegades
2012 Renegades
2011 Renegades
First Renegades Team 2009
                    E. Cobb GA 15u Perfect Game Invitational 2013                       
Map to Peay Park

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Head Coach  Dennis Winn is with his second season with the Renegades..  He lettered 3 years at Western Kentucky University and Louisiana Tech University. He earned First Team All-WAC honors in his senior year at Louisiana Tech. After college, he signed a free agent contract with the Philadelphia Phillies where he played 2 years. Dennis is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association and is the head varsity coach for Davidson Academy in Nashville, TN.


Coach Doug Barner joined the Renegades in 2011 and is the team batting instructor.  He received a scholarship from MTSU where he played on Ohio Valley Conference championship teams in 1993, 1995 and 1996. He is in the MTSU record book for second in single-season home runs with 19 in 1996 and third in slugging percentage at .702 for the 1996 season.

He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 1996 and played in the Rookie League that year in St. Petersburg. He would also play minor league baseball for the Butte Copper Kings in Butte, Mont., the Hudson Valley Renegades at Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and the Charleston River Dogs in Charleston, S.C.

2015 will be the second year Coach Goodwin has been with the Renegades.  He is an Asst. Coach at Davidson Academy and he played baseball at Freed-Hardeman University.  His primary focus is on pitchers and catchers.