Baseball tournament wins, championships, and successes from the Dallas Tigers Baseball Club in Dallas, TX

11U Tigers take it to USSSA Heroes Tournament Championship

Tigers USSSA Heroes Baseball TournamentOur Tiger Family member, 11U coached by Ernie Cecil, made it to the finals in the Heroes Tournament  battling back from a 2 run deficit in the last inning to 6-3 . Ronnie Taylor pitched the entire game before coming out tired in the last inning with two runners on and no outs.  Top defensive play kept the Tigers in the game and held the opponent to 3 runs through 6 innings.  Stefanek came in, walked his first batter to load the bases, and next fought back to get two outs.  Next batter – with two outs and two strikes – for the Waxahachie Marlins hit a walk-off Grand Slam to win the game.  Final score 7-6 Marlins.

Coach Cecil commented, “This prooved to be a good start to what looks to be a very good year.”

As painful as that has to be, the Dallas Tigers still played well and took second in their first complete tournament of the season. Congratulate them on their 2nd place finish the next time you see them.

Tigers take Several Championships in 2010 Openers


This past weekend the 11U Dallas Tigers opened their 2010 season with a championship in the USSSA 12UAAA Metroplex Opener at Texas Star Park in Euless. After losing the pool opener 7-5, they fought back to win 5 straight, winning the championship game in extra innings (7th) 6-5 against the 12U AAA Dallas Redbirds.

Next, the 12U Tigers took home 1st place hardware in their Waco tournament.


And finally, our 14U Tigers won the tournament championship down in Austin.

Great way to start off the season for the Dallas Tigers Baseball Club!  Congratulations! at Brand New Railroad Baseball Park

DFW-Tournament-BaseballDFW Tournament Baseball is set to open baseball tournaments at the NEW Railroad Baseball Park in Lewisville, TX.  Magnificent facility and ready to be played.   Find a tournament for your team and register today.  Tournaments start in February 2010.  Numerous tournaments are World Series Qualifiers.

DFW Tournament Baseball is an organization specializing in providing competitive baseball tournaments and leagues in North Texas as well as venues for national tournaments for select and travel baseball teams. For more information and to receive emails regarding upcoming events, please register with us.

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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!

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

Tigers Capture 3rd Place in Connie Mack World Series

Farmington, NM – Cole Green pitched a record setting NO HITTER, 1st in 27 years and only 7 in the Connie Mack World Series in 49 years.  Tant Sheppard, third baseman, also made the 49th grandslam and had another homerun.  Trey Johnson, outfield, with 1 homerun, Cole Green, pitcher, with 1 homerun and 2nd place in the Homerun Derby, Jonathan Kaskow received the Golden Glove Award.  Congratulations Tigers!

The 2007 team coached by Linty Ingram tied for 3rd place.