2016 College Commitments

Aaron Greenfield - OF

North Carolina

Millikan HS

Dom Fletcher - OF

Univ. of Arkansas

Cypress HS

Reggie Lawson - RHP

Arizona St.

Victor Valley HS

Jordan Dosey - LHP

University of Virginia

Yucaipa HS

Cameron Jabara - RHP

Oregon

Newport Harbor HS

Cole Henderson - RHP/INF

UNR

Valhalla HS

Josh Stephen - OF

USC

Mater Dei HS

Anthony Ramirez - OF

Univ Incarnate Word

Boswell HS

Ryan Garcia - RHP/INF

UCLA

La Salle HS

Brenden Kuwaja - RHP

Loyola Marymount

La Costa Canyon HS

Zack Noll - LHP

Oregon

Great Oak HS

Nick Kahle - C

University of Washington

Chaminade HS

Blake Sabol - C/OF

USC

Aliso Niguel HS

Cyrus Fullen - INF

San Diego St.

St. Augustine HS

Jack Moberg - RHP

UC Irvine

Vista Murrieta HS

Kelsie Whitmore - OF/RHP

Fullerton

Temecula Valley HS

Chris Lincoln - RHP

UC Santa Barbara

Rancho Verde HS

Jordan Chang - INF/RHP

Cathedral Catholic

Point Loma 

Dakota Donavan - RHP/1B

Oregon State University

Pine View HS

Tyler Flores - INF

Arizona

Westlake HS

Jack Dashwood - LHP

UC Santa Barbara

St Augustine

Lukas Polanco - C

Univ Incarnate Word

Richland HS

James Acuna - RHP

Oregon

Cypress HS

Grant Gambrell - RHP

Oregon St.

Buchanon

Tristan Duncan - RHP

Oregon

El Capitan HS

Landon Silver - OF

UC Santa Barbara

Huntington Beach HS

Malik Henry - RHP

Florida St.

Westlake HS

Blake Rutherford - OF

UCLA

Chaminade HS

Shane Martinez - INF

Arizona

JW North HS

Tommy Costello - LHP

University of Washington

Chaminade

 

2017 College Commitments

Nick Allen - INF

USC 

Francis Parker HS

Donta Williams - OF

Arizona

Legacy HS

Tyler Freeman - INF

TCU

Etiwanda HS

Johnny Kuhn - RHP

Long Beach St.

St. John Bosco HS

Noah Fluman - LHP

San Diego St.

El Toro HS

Jeremiah Estrada - RHP

UCLA

Palm Desert HS

Blake Wagenseller - OF

Stanford

Poway HS

Daniel Ritcheson - RHP

San Diego St.

Bishop Alemany HS

Jamal O'Guinn- INF

Fresno St.

Sanger HS

Matt Sauer - RHP/INF

ArizonaRighetti HS

Ben Ramirez - INF

USC

Eastlake HS

Garret Mitchell - INF

UCLA

Orange Lutheran HS

Matt Rudick - OF/LHP

San Diego St.

Scripps Ranch HS

Sean Ross - RHP/OF

Arizona

Granite Hills HS

Charlie Nies - RHP

San Diego St.

Mater Dei HS

Chad Plant - RHP

UC Santa Barbara

Upland HS

 

 

 

2018 College Commitments

Sterling Hayes - INF

Vanderbilt

Francis Parker HS

Clay Owens

UNLV

Centennial HS

 

2019 College Commitments

Gabe Briones

USC

Citrus Hill HS

Chandler Freeman - INF/RHP

Dallas Baptist

Liberty Hill HS

 

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Scout Ball: What it is? What it isn't?

With many amateur baseball programs today pretending to be what they're not, we felt that it's a good time to touch on topic of Scoutball, what it is, and how it's meant to benefit a high school player.

What is Scout Ball?

Scout leagues in Southern California are built by MLB organizations' area scouts. They are designed so that the MLB personnel involved (i.e. area scouts, crosscheckers, and front office staff) can identify high school aged prospects, primarily graduating seniors who are considered "draft guys" for the following year. They put together the best teams compiled of the top high school talent available to create relationships with the players and their families. They track progress, send in prospect reports to the scouting directors, and…

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Posted by Joe Spiers on January 31, 2016 at 9:30pm

CBA TEAMS RANKED NATIONALLY BY PERFECT GAME USA

CBA TEAMS RANKED IN THE TOP 10

NATIONALLY IN ALL HIGH SCHOOL AGE GROUPS

Perfect Game USA recently announced with their annual club team rankings for 2015 and CBA Baseball USA has teams nationally ranked in all high school age groups for 2015.  This is a testament to our system and the development taking place in our youth age group teams.  Thank you to all of our parents, players and hard working staff to make all of this possible.

CBA…

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Posted by Jon Paino on December 9, 2015 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

Don't Hit the College Recruiting Panic Button.

Over the last decade, college recruiting has evolved into a more competitive industry than ever. With Perfect Game and USA Baseball taking center stage with their tournaments and events, their are countless other camps and "showcases" for players to attend and for parents to spend $1000's of dollars on over the course of their kids' high school career. On top of that, in the last year, a prominent west coast D1 program committed a 7th grader (2020 grad) and several additional D1 programs committed players that haven't even played a high school game yet. Add in social media and the constant reminder that some players are being recruited, how can parents and players not worry that they're behind the curve…

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Posted by Joe Spiers on November 19, 2015 at 12:00am — 2 Comments

Dress for Success - Taking Pride in Your Appearance

For those of you who wonder why we as a program pay just as much attention to our dress code off the field as we do our uniform code on the field, here is a fun story that took place recently that we'd like to share with you.

Chris Betts, a former CBA player and Tampa Bay Rays 2nd Round pick in the 2015 MLB Draft recently called up one of our coaches to talk to him about an incident that took place while he was rehabbing in Florida this past summer. A Rays coaching staff member was doing a shuttle run to pick up some players from the hotel, and while all of the other players wore tank tops, t-shirts, athletic shorts, and flip flops, Chris was the only one in a polo shirt and a nice pair of dress shorts…

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Posted by Joe Spiers on November 13, 2015 at 12:00am

CBA Marucci Wins 2nd Straight PGCWS Title

CBA Marucci wins 2nd straight PGCWS Under Title

by Jeff Dahn

www.perfectgame.org

FRESNO, Calif. – The Temecula, Calif.-based CBA Marucci organization put its best foot forward at last year’s inaugural Perfect Game California World Series, winning both the Upperclass and Underclass divisions of the event, which was played in the Los Angeles area.

Much has changed in the 12 months since those championships were contested and in the case of CBA Marucci, it’s changed for the better. The upperclass team made a statement by winning the 17u PG WWBA National Championship in Georgia back in July. Two months later,…

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Posted by Jon Paino on October 18, 2015 at 6:00pm

CBA 17s Living on Tucson Time

CBA '17s Living on Tucson Time

Article By Jeff Dahn

at www.perfectgame.org

FRESNO, Calif. – The CBA Marucci organization identifies its base of operations as the city of Temecula in Southern California. To take a quick look at the college commitments several of the top prospects on the CBA Marucci Underclass team playing at this weekend’s Perfect Game…

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Posted by Jon Paino on October 5, 2015 at 8:24am

CBA Wins 4th National Championship of 2015

CBA Doubles Down in the Desert

Article by Jeff Dahn

at www.perfectgame.org

GOODYEAR, Ariz. – Another weekend in the Valley of the Sun, another Perfect Game national championship for the kids out of Southern California.

For the second consecutive weekend, a premier team representing the Temecula, Calif.-based California Baseball Academy (CBA) outdueled an elite squad from the San Juan Capistrano, Calif.-based…

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Posted by Jon Paino on October 5, 2015 at 8:00am

Updating Your FieldLevel Profile

Parents and Players,

We as a staff will begin sending out more information in the form of a newsletter and would like to touch on topics that will help give our players an edge on the field, academically, and in the recruiting process.

 

For our High School players, do your best to keep your FieldLevel profile information up to date. After each semester, you should be updating all information, including academic. Be sure to include an updated set of your transcripts so that you can easily be promoted to schools you can academically qualify for. Keep in mind that there is no cost to you to have a player profile on FieldLevel.

If you do not have your FieldLevel profile set up with us, email us and we will invite you in.

Thank you,

Jon, Joe, and…

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Posted by Joe Spiers on October 4, 2015 at 4:30pm — 2 Comments

CBA Marucci Wins Third National Championship of 2015

CBA Marucci rules PG/Evo Under
By Jeff Dahn
Published: Monday, September 14, 2015

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The CBA Marucci outfit that on Monday afternoon won the Perfect Game national championship at the PG/EvoShield National Championship (Underclass) tournament is talented, skilled, aggressive and smart when it comes to playing the game of baseball. It is also very opportunistic.

On a hot and unusually humid…

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Posted by Jon Paino on September 16, 2015 at 9:39pm

CBA Marucci 17 Covered By Perfect Game USA

CBA '17s emulate '15s, '16s
by Jeff Dahn 
Published: Saturday, September 12, 2015

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The CBA Marucci family tree first established its roots in the summer and fall of 2014 when a Perfect Game national championship-caliber team consisting of elite class of 2015 prospects and representing the California Baseball Academy started…

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Posted by Jon Paino on September 12, 2015 at 9:30pm

 
 
 

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