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ABC trusts God's plan for each ballplayer and we are simply
steward's of your time and mentor's along your journey
ABC spring 14U team: high school prep program
Explore ABC and the ABC Difference
Overview: the Austin Baseball Club works exclusively with middle school through high school (13u-18U) ball players and families (7th-12th grade) and we do this well. Our primary focus of resources and attention is helping ballplayers (and families) reach their max potential and ensure that they have a clear understanding of the Process. You know how to play baseball; now it's time to become a better baseball player.
Players are evaluated using metrics on their ability to compete at AAA level; emphasis on attitude and ability to handle adversity.
You will experience expertly planned weekly team practices (minimum one weekly indoor practice and one on-field practice), additional/optional specialized skills development workshops (mental skills, physical skill; classroom, video analysis); along with personal and individual evaluations and skills assessment. Details.
The ABC spring ballplayers have the opportunity to begin attending Saturday clinics starting in January with official team practices starting in February with the spring season concluding at the end of May; 14U players (8th graders) have the option to extend and transition seamlessly into ABC 15U summer program during June-July. 13U players (7th graders) are encouraged to enroll in the ABC "six weeks of summer" program that includes weekly workouts and weekend "8 on 8" games.
Technology - ABC incorporates Diamond Kinetics technology into workouts to engineer a better ballplayer.
Game schedule will include participation in local tournaments, round-robins and doubleheaders hosted in central Texas by Super Series, USSSA, Texas Showcase League, Texas Baseball Tournaments, Perfect Game, etc. *the terms "local" and "central Texas" reference tournaments hosted in Austin, San Antonio, Kerrville, San Marcos and Waco (all close enough to commute and sleep in your own bed).
Tournament frequency protocol targets three weekend Game Day events each month; two sanctioned/non-sanctioned Saturday & Sunday tournaments and one weekend where we play a doubleheader or three-game round-robin; leaving one weekend strategically "off" (ex: Easter weekend, the weekend leading into spring break, etc). As the spring season progresses, we add a handful of strategic mid-week games against other select organizations and local middle school teams. More about the spring game schedule.
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