Empower athletes by providing them the
experts & tools to help them master their sport
Everything we do at The Baseball Foundry is built upon the belief that youth athletes have potential, and that coaches, when given the tools and environment they need to practice their craft, can build remarkable athletes and players. There is enormous and life-long value in putting professional coaches and trainers together with focused youth athletes and dedicated parents.
Our state-of-the art training facility is designed with athletes of all skill levels in mind. The time and financial sacrifice parents make to keep their kids engaged in competitive sports, especially those advancing to the next level, is astounding.
Grades come before ball; but better grades and an enhanced academic experience can be obtained through physical exertion. Mental acuity is often the byproduct of physical activity.
Everyone in our facility shares the belief in a balanced life, healthful choices, diversity, education, and in leaving the world a better place. We are fiercely competitive and are balanced by effective communication and leadership skills, ethics, and sportsmanship.
Strong role models matter. Make no mistake, participation trophies are not found here; this isn’t a “feel good” place. We like to win, but we will do it the right way. Healthy body, healthy mind, healthy spirit. Push hard and hustle, and rest when your body needs it. Practice smarter; more ball isn’t necessarily better ball. Quality of reps, coaches, and their methods of practicing matter. Have intent.
Work with trainers that engage your youth athlete. Cheating and shortcuts have no role in our mission. We are focused on showing youth athletes how to be the best version of themselves, and sports is the vehicle through which we help them accomplish the lofty task. Winning only matters when it’s the byproduct of grinding out hard work, sportsmanship, ethics, and focus. The best winners do so with humility and class and give back to the local community.
Thanks for stopping by and we’ll see you in the cages soon.