Dallas Tigers Tryouts 10U & 12U

Tryouts for the 10U and 12U Dallas Tigers Baseball Club teams are being held by appointment at Centerfield Baseball Academy in Plano.  Please send emails to centerfieldacademy@gmail.com with:

Player Name
Positions Played
Parents email(s) & phone number(s)

UT & OU Holiday Baseball Camp


University of Texas pitching coach Skip Johnson and University of Oklahoma assistant coach Tim Tadlock will be providing excellent instruction during our Christmas holiday baseball camp.  Get great instruction from 2 of the best coaches in the country.

When: December 21, 2009
Where: Railroad Park
1301 S. Railroad Street
Lewisville, TX  75057
Noon to 4:00 p.m. all ages

Cost: $100

Have questions?  Contact Tommy Hernandez

Register Here Today!

DallasTigersAuctions.com to Raise Money

Dalllas-Tigers-auctionsWe have a great opportunity to raise money for the Dallas Tigers Baseball Club, Inc to help the organization, teams, and players.  This is a fund raiser like never before.

Earn Bid Bucks as you buy to be entered to win an autographed 500 Home Run Club baseball valued at $2,900.00.  Every $10 Bid Buck purchase is another chance to win the raffle and goes toward a great cause for our boys.

Auction opens Tuesday, December 1.  Bidding will close online December 3-7, 2009.  Mark your calendars, set reminders, or whatever to get in on the great merchandise.

Online bidding will be held online at www.DallasTigersAuctions.com.

Stay tuned for more details to follow.

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Another 9U Championship Game this Fall

Dallas Tigers Santa Cop TournamentThe Dallas Tigers 9U team did it again.  In their 3rd tournament of the 2009 fall season they made it to the championship game.  In their 4th game of the day they left the Santa Cop Baseball Tournament with 2nd place.

Thank you Grand Praire Boys Baseball, Inc for putting on the Santa Cop Tournament and congratulations 9U Dallas Tigers in your first season!

9U Tigers take it to the Championship Again!

Santa Cop ChampionshipIn only their second tournament the 9U Dallas Tigers take it to the championship game on Sunday night in the North Fall State Tournament in Coppell, Texas.  Only loosing by 3 runs in the last game they took home 2nd place in their 3rd game of the day. 

Congratulations Tigers!

9U Tigers Win Tara Sawyer Tournament

Tara Sawyer Baseball First Place

First year 9U Dallas Tiger team take home the championship at Tara Sawyer Memorial Classic in Desoto, Texas.

Tiger Game Televised on MLB Network

Way to go Tigers on taking your team to a Super Series National Championship in Memphis, Tennessee.  The game was televised on MLB Baseball.

Tigers MLB Network

Tigers on MLB Network

Tigers on MLB Network

Tigers on MLB Network

Tigers Take 4th in Farmington!!

The 2009 18U team won the AABC Connie Mack National Qualifier Tournament in Phoenix to advance to be on of only 10 teams who will play in the National AABC Connie Mack Tournament in Farmington, NM August 7-14.  The team was coached by Tommy Hernandes and Heath Autrey.  Team members were:

Bo Altobelli – Texas Tech Charlie Martin – Texas Tech
Garrett Autrey – Navarro Jacob Morris – ASU
JT Autrey – 2010 Jamen Parten – N. Central
Crayton Bare – Baylor Drew VerHagen – OU
Chad Kettler – OU Johathan Walsh – Texas
Chase Durham – Howard JC David Walsh – UTA
Austin Elkins – DBU Brad Picha – Paris JC
Raphael Pineda – A&M Brett Byrum – 2012

10U Tigers Win Super Series Championship

The 2009 10U Dallas Tigers win Super Series Championship and head to Memphis for National Championship.  Team coached by Linty Ingram and Kyle Woods.

Dallas Tigers Named Top 5 College Development Program

The Dallas Tigers have been named one of the top five college development programs in the nation by Rounding Third.  Highlighting the article are praise for Tommy Hernandez and Linty Ingram’s ability to keep strong players in the club year after year, stating, “That kind of longevity is a mark of a good program.  It seems the Tigers are known for loyalty and that helps produce consistency with players and their development.”

Read the article here.