Below are the times and locations for our Fall Tryouts. Players who make the fall rosters will have the chance to attend the Arizona Fall Classics, Wilson Premier Events and Under Armour Events along with weekend work outs. The Fall season will run from Sept 8th weekend through the Oct 19th weekend. We will run the fall by Grad Year not by age.
FOOTHILL HIGH SCHOOL PLEASANTON
Saturday August 10th Grad Year 2022 10am
Saturday August 10th Grad Year 2023-24 12:30pm
Sunday August 11th Grad Year 2020-21 10am
FOLSOM LAKE COLLEGE
Saturday August 24th Grad Year 2022 10am
Saturday August 24th Grad Year 2023-24 12:30pm
Sunday August 25th Grad year 2020-21 10am
Any questions please email Tony Crivello at email@example.com or Rob Bruno at firstname.lastname@example.org
NATIONAL LETTER OF INTENT!!!!!!!!!
NorCal Baseball would like to congratulate the following student athletes for signing their National Letter of Intent to play baseball next year. No other program in Northern California comes close to the success of our program.
|JOSEPH KING||WASHINGTON STATE|
|GL HILL||ARIZONA STATE|
|ANDREW MORONES||SAN JOSE|
|COOPER HJERPE||OREGON STATE|
|RYAN HARVEY||SANTA BARBARA|
|HUNTER DORRAUGH||SACRAMENTO STATE|
|XAVIER CARTER||SAN DIEGO STATE|
|NICK VOGT||SANTA BARBARA|
|TJ FONDTAIN||SAN DIEGO STATE|
|CARTER BENBROOK||SANTA BARBARA|
|EAMMON LANCE||SANTA CLARA|
|JACKSON SLAUGHTER||LOUISIANA TECH|
|THEO DOPKINS||SAN FRANCISCO STATE|
|ZACH GONSIOROWSKI||UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO|
|COLE DYER||FRESNO PACIFIC|
|MATTIE THOMAS||CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE|
We are very proud of the follwoing player who have made the 2018 Oakland A's Area Code Roster
NorCal Baseball is a tradition that was established in 1992 with one 15 year old team. That team won the 15&U AAU National Championship and started the run of success on and off the field. Players like Pat Burrell, Jimmy Rollins, Xavier Nady, and Dontrelle Willis anchored those early teams set the tone of success for the present teams.
It is up to those present players and teams to extend the legacy steeped in tradition. The work ethic created by those early players was exemplary. The fact that they cared enough to pass it on to the next generation of players was even more impressive. That work ethic and style of play is the reason we have a national reputation of playing the game “the right way”. It is a legacy worth perpetuating.