2018 Inside Corner Coyotes Fall League Tryouts (8/5)
ICB and its coaching staff is looking forward to its 9th season of Fall Baseball! This year we will try and field teams in 4 different age groups. 18 and under, 14 and under, 12 and under and 10 and under. We play a 10-12 game schedule with weekly practice, individual private lessons and cage time. Cost of the program is $450. We use May 1st 2019 as the age cut-off date. For example for the 10u team; a player must not turn 11 prior to May 1st 2019. Anyone and everyone who is interested in playing Fall Baseball or wants an evaluation is encouraged to tryout, regardless of skill level, to gain the necessary experience of being evaluated. We will pick teams in each age group with 11-15 player rosters. We consider this a developmental/experience league and playing time is earned, not given. All Players must register and make payment for the try-out date. If a player can not make the tryout date we will add an alternate date for a private evaluation prior to August 5th. If you have any questions please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tryouts will be held in Mendon (Memorial Park) Sunday August 5th (subject to change). Age 12 and under 10am - Age 18 and under 12pm. Players will be tested in all areas of the game, from hitting, fielding pitching, catching and base running.
There is a non-refundable tryout fee of $40 $30 if you register by July 25th
After tryouts conclude the coaching staff will choose players to fill out the roster of 11-15 players in the above mentioned age groups to play against other fall programs in the area.
Fall Coyotes will play 8-12 games at home and on the road (travel required) on Saturdays and or Sunday\'s in an 8 week season starting after Labor Day, with weekly practices and 30 minute weekly cage time.
A full commitment to the fall program is expected by the player If chosen. Players must notify their head coach as soon as possible if they are not able to make it to practice or games. If you miss practice do not expect to start that weekends games
If you are interested in trying out for the 2018 Fall Coyotes you must complete registration and payment online.
If you do not have online access please mail check payable to Inside Corner Baseball
25C Main Street
Mendon Ma, 01756
Coaching Staff General Manager Head Coach: Eric Cormier Head Coach: Bob Sannicandro Head Coach: Scott Ross Head Coach: Chris Currie
Any questions please email email@example.com We believe the following four points differentiate us from other programs in the area:
Our program is directed by “baseball people” who have played the game at its highest levels, and understand what it takes to reach that level of accomplishment. We have been through the college recruiting process and the MLB amateur draft. We STRONGLY believe that elite baseball players are developed, not just recruited. Elite players are developed through hard work, instruction and repetition. There are no shortcuts. Hard work and individual instruction are the cornerstones of our program.
It is CRITICAL that each family understand and internalize to the following statements before committing to Inside Corner Baseball and the Inside Corner Coyotes:
This program is NOT ‘pay to play.’ While there is a cost associated with the program, these funds go to cover the cost of equipping and training each team. There should be no sense of entitlement. You are NOT buying anything; you are investing in your young player’s development. We, as a program will not tolerate this mentality or the discord and behavior that it breeds. There are plenty of programs out there that will take your money and make promises about playing time. This program is NOT one of them. We would be doing a disservice to you and your young player.
Simply being selected for one our team is not enough; you must continue to earn your spot and improve EVERY day. There is an old saying in baseball, “Every day you take off is a day someone else is getting better.” Each player must compete for their playing time. This is reflective of baseball at its highest levels. Those who perform will play, those who do not will still have opportunities, but they may play less. High level, competitive sports is VERY MUCH a performance-driven culture. All players will contribute and be developed, but those who perform consistently will play a larger role.
DEVELOPMENT does not equal playing time. Development is the intersection of practice, instruction, and game play. There are always lessons to be learned in baseball whether you are on the field or not. It is up to the player to capitalize on those lessons and take an active role in their growth and development. The Coyotes will provide a constant baseball learning environment for its players, but they must do their part to get the most out of it.