Indiana University is now set to be in attendance at the 2013 Victory College Camp on December 7-8 in Tustin. Indiana's baseball program made a name for itself during the 2013 season by making its debut in the College World Series to compete for the NCAA Division 1 National Championship. They are poised to be back in the mix during the…Continue
Added by California Baseball Academy USA on November 21, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments
Charles, the head coach at Tustin High School, has been added to the CBA Staff as a youth coordinator for the 12u and 11u CBA Tillers. Chatman has many years of experience working in youth baseball in Southern California.
Chatman states, "with the quality 12 year old players that we have currently in our program, we should be able to compete at a high level…Continue
Added by California Baseball Academy USA on November 19, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments
Two more quality collegiate programs have committed to come out to the 2014 Victory College Camp. This past week, San Diego State University and the University of San Diego both committed to be in attendance at this event. That puts our total at 22 schools for this event. To view the entire list of schools scheduled to be at this years college camp,…Continue
Added by California Baseball Academy USA on November 10, 2013 at 4:34pm — No Comments
Drafted in 2009 in the 1st Round (21st pick) out of Bonita High School by the Houston Astros, he currently serves as the Double-A affiliate Shortstop. He played 4 years in high school under Mike Spiers and the ABD Bulldogs and was awarded the Rawlings Gold Glove in 2009 as The Best High School Shortstop in the country. Mier was ranked as a top 10…Continue
Added by California Baseball Academy USA on November 8, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Congratulations to Zeke Young LHP/OF Great Oak HS and his family on his verbal to Duke.
Zeke is a hard worker on the field as well as in the classroom as he has maintained a 4.3 GPA. We wish you continued success Zeke!
Added by California Baseball Academy USA on November 1, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
This was a phrase that my dad, Mike Spiers, used on occasion to help bring the best out of his players when they weren't taking care of business. Many times he would say it when guys wouldn't hustle to pick up bats or play catch with the outfielder. When we knew we had responsibilities as players and didn't execute them, he would lightheartedly…Continue
Added by Joe Spiers on November 1, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
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