11U Tigers-Ingram Runner-Up in 12U USSSA Tournament

The 11U Tigers-Ingram showed poise by finishing strong against some tough competition in the USSSA 12U AAA Beat The Heat tournament hosted at the Celina Baseball Complex in Celina Texas. In pool play the Tigers split, winning their opener 7-1 against the 12U Dallas Patriots-Blue on the strong arm of Cole Solomon who threw 3 hitless innings. William Adair notched the save coming in to get the final out of the 6th with bases loaded.

Game two faced the Tigers against a much bigger and stronger 12U Dallas Patriots-Red team who used power hitting and the long ball to subdue the Tigers pitching. The Tiger bats awoke too late even with their own homer off the bat of Ty Manning in the bottom of the 4th. It still wasn’t enough coming up short 10-5.

Bracket play on Sunday found the Tigers in a struggle against the 12U Southlake Dragons-Green. Jake Whitbeck managed to hold the Dragons bats at bay tied 2-2 through 5 innings along with a web gem catch in right by Cole Solomon. The Tigers took advantage of their home team at bat in the bottom of the 6th on a bases loaded ground ball error at third to steal the win 3-2.

Next they would meet their familiar foe, the other lone 11U team #1 seed McKinney Marshals, in what always proves to be a well played tough game. This one didn’t disappoint. The Marshals took a 2-0 lead into the 4th when the Tigers bats came alive. Four hits including doubles by Manning and Brandon Earnest pushed the Tigers ahead 4-2 and they never looked back winning 6-4. Jared Martin threw 4 solid innings for the win and Lance Russell completed the final two for the save.

The Championship game brought the Tigers face to face again with the power hitting 12U Dallas Patriots-Red. The Patriots also were armed with a big hard throwing lefty who the Tigers never really could get the barrel on. They did seem to break through in the bottom of the 6th with what appeared to be line drive hits to right and center but heads up plays by the shallow outfield threw both out at first and preserved the Patriots lead for their championship win, 3-1. Syler Shepherd threw 5 strong innings giving up one double on only four hits. It was a tough loss for the Tigers but they showed a lot of fight against a much more mature team with likely several players to have just turned 13.

14U Tigers-Hernandez Win Super Series Tournament Championship


Dallas Tigers 14U team coached by Tommy Hernandez took home the Super Series tournament championship this past weekend at Railroad Park in Lewisville, TX.  They run ruled DBat in the championship game 11-1.

Congratulations Tigers!

Also, 14U Tigers coached by Lynn Vanlandingham played very well all weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma USSSA tournament, but lost this weekend in the semi-final game 3-1.

11U Tigers-Cecil Upgraded to Nationals (Majors)

Congratulations to the 11U Tigers coached by Ernie Cecil who have been upgraded from American to National (Majors) with Super Series Baseball.  This shows the hard work the boys put into their game and the progress they have made this year.  Congratulations Ernie and the 11U Tigers!

Josh Womack’s crazy bat skills at Long Beach Armada

Only baseball players have this kind of spare time.  Impressive bat tricks!

Video ESPN: Top Plays Baseball Flip

Wild and entertaining all at the same time.  Enjoy!

9U Tigers in Finals at Cinco de Mayo, Irving

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The Dallas Tigers 9U-Polk had another weekend in the tournament finals at Texas Tournament Baseball Super Series Cinco de Mayo National Qualifier.  After going 1-1 in pool play they came to the park ready to play on Sunday.  In their second bracket game they protected at 1 run lead with great pitching by Quinn Bowring and tough defense.  Winning 3-2 got them to the finals to face the TC Titans.

Taking a 5-2 lead into the bottom of the 5th inning, the Titans tied it up 5-5.  The Tigers continued to battle but couldn’t hold off the Titans in the 6th inning.

We are proud of our boys effort and hard work.  As 9U Tigers keep playing 5 games every tournament weekend, the boys will continue to develop.  Congratulations 9U Tigers for another weekend in the finals!!

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Cinco de Mayo National Qualifier

11U Tigers-Ingram Take Runner-up in Strong OK/TX Shootout Field


In what turned out to be a rematch of the Shreveport Super NIT Championship between the Tigers and the Oklahoma Rays, the tables were turn as the Tigers came up short this time against the Rays 7-4 to come home with a very respectable 2nd place finish.  In what has become one of, if not, the largest regional tournament of the season the Dallas Tigers took it to the finals.

With a field of 48 teams the Tigers managed to earn a top 16 seed winning their three game pool heading into the Championship bracket on Sunday. After starting off sluggish in the pool with a 5-5 tie against a respectable Tulsa Cardinals team, the Tigers took care of business running off five wins to get to the rematch game against the Rays in the championship. Hitting was lead by the hot bat and fast feet of Ty Manning who clubbed three homeruns, two of which were grand slams. He earned them the hard way as all three were in the park round trippers. Manning went 7 for 13 and accounted for 13 RBI’s to lead the Tigers.  The offense continued to roll outscoring their opponents 74-28 in the seven games.

While the Tigers pitching seemed to waver at times it was once again a complete team effort that managed to guide them through a full weekend schedule. Jared Martin and Jake Whitbeck had strong complete game performances on the mound.

Congratulations to the Tigers for battling back through a full seven game weekend of play in another competitive tournament.

Tigers 14U Championship Win USSSA in Lewisville

Tigers Dominate in USSSA Finals!


Congratulations to the 14U Dallas Tigers for winning the championship at Railroad Park in Lewisville, Texas this weekend!

Great pitching, defense and some timely hitting helped lead the Tigers 14u-Hernandez win this past weekends USSSA tournament at Railroad Park in Lewisville. The Tigers won 4 games on Sunday winning 5-0, 5-2, 4-3 and 16-0 in the championship game. Bryar Barnes came in relief to pitch out of a jam in game 3 and closed 2 of the 4 games. Foster Sawyer and Brandon Maine pitched complete game gems on Sunday. Barnes also lead the Tiger offense.


In Tulsa, Vanlandinghams 14u Tigers fell a short in extra innings. Our Tiger boys played well all weekend and really came together as a team in Oklahoma.

At Railroad Park, the Tigers 11u-Ingram team didn’t have their “A” game in a semi-final slugfest being outscored 16-13.  Our kids battled back from a big deficit, but just couldn’t catch up.

In Dallas, our Tigers 9u- Polk team was outlasted in the semi-finals. Polk’s club came back to show alot of character to beat the Canes 7-4 on Sunday. The Canes beat us 19-0 on Saturday. Way to go boys!!

Go Tigers!

9U Tigers in the Championship Finals


Congratulations again to this years 9U Dallas Tigers for making it all the way to another tournament championship.  They battled all weekend at Heroes HDNet Ballpark and beat some tough teams in the Irving Canes and Prosper Crush on Sunday to face off with the DBat Mustangs Addison.  The boys ended the day with 2nd place, but achieved the weekend goal of developing themselves and playing 5 games in a weekend to improve.