ABC summer showcase teams and Player Management Program
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Overview: the Austin Baseball Club works exclusively with middle school through high school (13u-18U) ball players and families (7th-12th grade). Our primary focus of resources and attention is helping ball players (and families) reach their max potential and ensure that they have a clear understanding of the Process. The Process is hard; however, it provides life-lessons (if you allow it to). We embrace, define, and mentor through each step of your high school baseball timeline. Your sense of entitlement might feel challenged, however, we desire to exposure your ball player and family to a healthy 3Dimensional approach to Player Development (coaching and parenting). You know how to play baseball; now it's time to become a better baseball player. We guarantee that you will engage in a program that is battle-tested, respectful, professional, and mirrors the high school baseball culture in areas of discipline, expectations, skills introduction & development, appropriate intensity, and curriculum. We hold ourselves accountable to your current high school coach as well as appropriate player-coach and parent-coach boundaries. We commit to developing the person and the player following a "3Dimensonal" approach and encourage parents to do the same.
The ABC organization is actively and intentionally engaged with central Texas High School baseball programs. We support booster clubs, cultivate strong relationships and personal ties with coaching staff's, and advocate on behalf of players in the ABC program. ABC coaches visit spring practices and games at all levels (Varsity, JVI, JVII). Our staff (and alum) participate in the annual FCA "More Than Baseball" clinic along side dozens of local high school school coaches, area pro's, professionals, and college coaches.
The ABC summer program is a six-month investment starting in January prior to high school tryouts (spring training); extends through the spring high school season where we stand along side your ball player as mentors, supporters; offering extra-reps, one on one time, or just words of encouragement as they navigate the high school season. The spring is also an ideal time to begin working on individual College Recruiting Road Maps. As soon as the high school season concludes we begin weekly workouts and practices with the game/showcase schedule starting in June *more info oh the January ultimate "spring training" program.
You will experience master planned weekly team practices (minimum one weekly indoor practice and one on field practice), additional/optional specialized skills development workshops (mental skills, physical skill; class room, video analysis); along with personal and individual evaluations and skills assessment. Details.
ABC access pass to our exclusive indoor training academies for extra reps.
General game schedule overview- ABC summer team's participate in a minimum of six first-class tournament and premium showcase events each season (target three in June and three in July; traditionally take the 4th of July weekend off). The lion share of events are hosted in central Texas collegiate venues (especially for 16U, 17U, 18U teams) as well as other premier and first class high school venues (AISD, RRISD, BISD) and private complexes. Finalized and complete summer schedules are posted on individual team pages found on our .club (not .com) website.
Exposure - ABC places a premium on providing maximum exposure and showcasing opportunities by participating in proven and premier showcase tournaments during the fall and summer seasons. If you are wearing an ABC jersey you will be seen by scouts, coaches and college recruiters. Read more