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Tigers Got on a Roll at TSL Tournament & VTool this weekend

18U 2018 Victor Burgos -Down in Houston, Dallas Tigers Burgos won the VTool Houston Kickoff 17U/18U Division!  Nice way to start off the summer fellas!

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Several Dallas Tigers teams made big impacts at the recent Team Showcase League tournament held in Dallas-Ft Worth.  The club had a great showing at this high school event.

17U 2019 Tommy Hernandez – 17U/18U TSL Champions. Joe Wolf was awarded championship game MVP, notching the win with 3 innings pitched, 3 hits and 1 run.

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16U 2020 Lawrence Hernandez – 15U/16U Premier Division!  These guys absolutely crushed the ball this weekend. Congrats @DTigerBaseball – at Clay Gould Ballpark (UTA)

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14U 2022 Chad Polk – WALKOFF!! The Dallas Tigers Polk did the unthinkable with this comeback! Congrats guys on the big win!! Tigers beat 16U BVR Kirby 12-11! In the semi they defeated the 16U C3 Futures 8-3.

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14U Cienega Take Home Another Championship

Tigers – Cienega went 4-1 this weekend to capture their fourth tournament championship this season.

 

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Seattle Mariners Select Cal Hernandez in MLB Draft

Cal Hernandez - Seattle MarinersWith their 26th round MLB Draft pick, the Seattle Mariners select Cal Hernandez, 3rd baseman out of Oral Roberts University.  Atta boy Calvin!!

The Mariners get a much-needed third base prospect with Cal Hernandez, a junior from Oral Roberts University. Hernandez was All-Summit First Team last year after leading the conference in doubles and improved on his numbers over this season; this year, he helped lead the Golden Eagles to a conference championship and was named tournament MVP.

In 2017, Hernandez was named to the All-Summit League First Team as a third baseman ranking third in the league with 44 runs scored in his first season at ORU … Started 57 games, with all but one at the hot corner, and posted a .299 average with 11 extra-base hits, one home run and 10 doubles … Drew 26 walks for the year and drove in 27 runs … Belted his only home run of the season hitting from the left side at home against Wichita State March 21 … Went 3-for-4 with three runs scored in his ORU debut against Little Rock … Posted multiple hits in four-consecutive games at Omaha and Oklahoma State going 9-for-17 from April 15-18.

As a junior at ORU in 2018, Cal was again named to the All-Summit League First Team as a third baseman and had 12 doubles, 34 RBI, posted a .329 batting average, and had .426 OBP. Defensively, he posted a .936 fielding percentage and even made the ESPN top 10 plays of the day.

PRIOR TO ORU
Played one collegiate season at Cisco College under the direction of head coach David Whitey in Cisco, Texas … Tallied a .327 batting average in 58 games for the Wranglers as the team reached the NJCAA World Series in 2016 … Posted 12 doubles, three triples and four home runs adding 37 RBI and 27 walks. Prepped at Coppell High School for a team that ranked in the top 10 in the nation … Was named Offensive Player of Year, All-State Second Team and First-Team All-District with the Cowboys.

Cal is also obviously a Dallas Tiger for life as he was born with a Tigers jersey on.

Proud of you Cal!! Best of luck in pro ball this Summer!

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14U Dallas Tigers West Goes 4-0 on Sunday to Win it!

14U Cienega – Despite adversity on Saturday, Tigers – Cienega goes 4-0 on Sunday behind 4 complete game pitching performances to capture USSSA NIT Tournament @ Texas Star. Quinton Boedeker, Antonio Vallejo, Carter Shands and Jack Tregellas all pitched complete games, giving up a total of 5 runs, to lead the Tigers to their 3rd tournament championship this spring.

Tigers – Cienega has a couple open roster spots. If interested in a tryout, contact Jesse Cienega at 817-565-7050

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Dallas Tigers Polk Rattle Off a Few More Wins

The 14U Dallas Tigers have hit a hot streak with 14 consecutive victories.  The team has pitched several 1 hitters, a combined no-hitter, and other clutch performances from the pitching staff.  Offensively seems that a different set of players are red hot each weekend.  And one of the biggest game changers is the outstanding defense that makes it difficult for opponents to score.  Proud of you guys!  Looking forward to summer baseball.

Texas State Championships – Happy Mothers Day!

 

Strikes Against Cancer

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Travel Sports Spring Championships

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Dallas Tigers Central Collecting Championships

The Dallas Tigers Central teams are off to a great start this spring baseball season.  They’ve been collecting some championships and building a winning culture.  Way to go boys!

CTX March Madness – Austin, Texas
10U Dallas Tigers Hernandez (1st Place)
13U Dallas Tigers Hernandez (2nd Place)

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Triple Crown Season Opener – Dallas, Texas
12U Dalas Tigers Lyons (1st Place)
13U Dallas Tigers Muriel (2nd Place)

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Hunt for EGGcellence – McKinney, Texas
12U Dallas Tigers Lyons (1st Place)
13U Dallas Tigers Ahearne (1st Place)

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Baseball Tryouts

16U Arias to Expand Showcase Roster

baseball tryoutThe 16U Dallas Tigers are expanding the roster to accommodate for a strong college showcase schedule this summer.  This team will get a lot of college scouts attending their games because of talented pitchers and position players. With tournaments at OSU, OU, ORU, Rice, SHSU, UH, TCU, UTA, DBU, LSU, and many more, this team will also be in the right games to get looks.  This roster currently has 5 committed division 1 college players and many others high on the radar of many college coaches.  This summer will be an important season for these players and we hope you’ll want to join their pursuit of getting looks from top college programs.

Primary roster needs are pitchers only and catcher, but highly interested in expanding the roster with infielders and outfielders.

The team is coached by Steve Arias who has instructed with the Dallas Tigers organization since 1995.  Coach Arias has coached countless eventual college and professional baseball players through the Tigers.  Arias is also a local high school baseball coach at Rockwall Heath.

Private tryouts can be scheduled with Tommy Hernandez.  Please call or text to discuss the opportunity and setup a tryout: ‭(214) 697-8315‬ tommy.hernandez@dallastigersbaseball.com

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12U Bergman Punch their Ticket to NYBC National Championship

nybc baseballThe 12U Dallas Tigers won the NYBC North Texas Qualifier this weekend after going 6-0, scoring 56 runs and outscoring their opponents 34-8 on Sunday.

On the first game Sunday, Blake Lewis pitched a complete game shutout against Team Extreme, allowing only 5 hits and 1 walk. JT Cienga, Sawyer Farr and AJ Miera all had multiple hits and accounted for 6 of the 7 RBIs in the game and Brady Gray knocking in the 7th as the Tigers won 7-0.

Game 2 saw the Tigers face off against a familiar and talented opponent in the Stix Black. After getting behind 3-0 in the top 3rd, the Tigers rallied in the bottom of the 3rd to score 4 runs that was started by a lead off home run by Johnny Castillo and Trent Bower would hit a 2-out, RBI double to get their first lead. The Stix tied the game in the 4th and Jake Overstreet came in relief with the bases loaded and one out to get the Tigers out of a jam and would end up pitching 2 2/3 scoreless innings. Louis Bussard tripled in the 4th and was driven in by a sacrifice fly by Brayden Bergman. The Tigers would score two more in the 5th to win 7-4 in a very competitive game.

The semifinals found the Tigers squaring off against Marucci Elite. Louis Bussard had a high-quality start going 5 1/3 innings, giving up only 2 earned runs, walking one and striking out 4. AJ Miera would close the game on the mound getting two important outs as Marucci Elite had two on and 1 out in the 6th. Offensively the Tigers would score nine runs and Caleb Hoover the game with 3 RBIs and 2 runs scored. Brayden Bergman, Trent Bower and Sawyer Farr each had doubles as the Tigers won 9-3.

In the championship the Tigers defeated the NTX Bulls by a score of 11-1. Trent Bower pitched a complete game giving up only 2 hits and 1 run. After giving up a single in the first, the next batter struck out and then Trent was able to throw a ground ball double play (two were turned in the game) and the Tigers never looked back from there. The Tigers would score 5 runs in the bottom of the 1st inning, led by a 2-run double by Caleb Hoover. The Tigers would add another 6 runs in the bottom of the 2nd. Brady Gray and Jake Overstreet also had 2 RBIs while Louis Bussard racked up 2 hits and 4 RBIs in the game.

“I am very proud of the way the boys competed this weekend. They all gave tremendous effort, put together a ton of quality at-bats, executed on the mound and defensively,” said coach Brett Bergman. “It was fun to watch them perform well in aspects of the game all weekend. They have been tested early this year and I could not be more happy with the way they responded to the challenge. I am looking forward to getting back to work with them this week.”

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baseball tryout

13U AA Looking For Catcher

tryoutDallas Tigers Muriel 13u AA looking for a catcher to play this season!  This roster has had a few players go down to injury and looking to replace these roster spots.

Call coach Eddie at 972-369-4407

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14U Dallas Tigers Ft Worth Off to a Championship Start

The 14U Dallas Tigers out of Ft Worth and coached by Jesse Cienega have gotten off to a great start with wins in 14U USSSA Global Easter and 14U ASE Just Play tournaments.

Way to go boys!

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