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

14u Dallas Tigers wins, Tulsa, OK

Dallas Tigers wins O’Brien Shootout Invatational in Tulsa, OK.  The Tigers poured on the offense, and pitched great for the 3rd straight tournament, out scoring their opponents 53 to 5.  Dallas Tigers are now 18-2, winning the last 14 games, as they head to Waco, TX next weekend in another Super NIT.  Great job!


Dallas Tigers Polk

13U Dallas Tigers Polk Champs in Houston Super NIT

The 13U Dallas Tigers Polk run the table in bracket play in epic fashion to win the Dual Super NIT in Houston, TX to clinch their birth to the USSSA Elite 32 in Orlando, FL.

In game 2, a walk-off grand slam led the Tigers past Rivals Elite. Rivals Elite took the lead in the top half of extra inning and the Dallas Tigers trailed 4-3 in the bottom of the inning. Jayson Jones hit a grand slam, driving in four runs.  Final score 7-4.

In game 3 against the Louisiana Tigers, the games only run was squeezed in by Josh Hoover giving his team a 1-0 lead. Trenton Shaw and Josh Hoover threw a combined no-hitter. In the final inning, the Louisiana Tigers had a runner on 1st and 2 outs who attempted to steal second base. Catcher, Walker Polk, threw out the would be base stealer at 2nd to end the game.  Final score 1-0.

In the championship game versus SL Select out of South Louisiana, the game was tight until Owen Peck delivered a bases loaded double giving the Dallas Tigers a 4-1 lead midway through the game. Tommy Delaney was dealing on the mound and earned the championship win for the Tigers. He pitched an efficient six innings, surrendering one run, only one hit, striking out six, and walking one.  Final score 9-1.

“Sometimes as coaches we get lost in the execution of each play during games.  Today was a day to set back and watch some very talented athletes do their thing,” commented coach Chad Polk.  “The boys made a lot of routine plays look easy, but we also had epic plays …diving catches, over the shoulder catch at warning track, a hit off the wall triple, one hop throw to the plate for last out of an inning, walk off grand slam, catcher throw out at second to end a game, combined no hitter, then a 1 hitter, bunt hits, clutch hits with runners in scoring position ….it just keeps going and was all in 1 day!”

Way to go boys! That’s Tiger baseball!

Dallas Tigers Polk

De La Garza

13U DeLaGarza Triple Crown Toys for Tots Champs

Congratulations to 13U DeLaGarza on winning the Triple Crown Toys for Tots Division 1 Championship!

De La Garza

Dallas Tigers Bergman

10U – Bergman bring home NYBC National Championship from New York

10U Dallas Tigers – Bergman traveled to Long Island last week and won the National Youth Baseball Championship (NYBC). The Tigers went 5-1 on the week and outscored their opponents 56-24 (31-12 in bracket) for the week. In the championship game the Tigers played the Jersey Storm (who beat them during pool play) and jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning. Great pitching and defense kept the Storm at bay and the Tigers responded with 5 more runs in the top of 5th to go ahead 9-1. The Storm fought back with four runs of their own in the bottom of the 4th and had the tying run at the plate before getting out of the inning. The top of the 5th, the Tigers responded strongly by adding 6 more runs to put the game out of reach. Coach Bergman said, “It was really great to see them come out so strong in the first and then respond in such a huge way after the Storm got back into the game. You work all year in hopes of playing your best baseball at the end of the season and I was so proud to watch the entire team to play such complete baseball. It is not often that you actually get to win the last game of the season and I could not be more happy for this great group of boys and families.”

The Tigers ended the season with a 53-14 record and went 21-2 over the last 23 games winning both the USSSA World Series and NYBC National Championship!

Congratulations boys on a fantastic season and finish!

Dallas Tigers Bergman

Dallas Tigers Bergman

Dallas Tigers Sanchez

14U Sanchez Win Back-to-Back World Series

Dallas Tigers Sanchez 14U -win 2 in a row. Finish the season by taking 1st in the AAYBA 14U World Series Diamond bracket. Great season and great group of ball players!

Dallas Tigers Sanchez

14U Robbins Win Gulf Shores World Series

14U-Robbins Dallas Tigers were fortunate to go 8-0 on the week and was able to win the championship game with a dramatic finish with a walk off double to score winning run from first base. Giving Dallas Tigers Robbins a 9-8 victory in the 7th inning against Ohio Elite. An amazing game and a fantastic way to finish the season!

USSSA World Series Champions Gulf Shores Alabama

14U Sanchez Win Pony Elite

Dallas Tigers 14U -Sanchez WIN the Pony Elite 14U Open Tournament in Burleson July 16th&17th.


Dallas Tigers 17U

17u Dallas Tigers – Allen Wins 18u Pastime Best of the Southwest

17u Dallas Tigers – Allen Wins 18u Pastime Best of the Southwest Wood Bat Tournament

The 17u Dallas Tigers – Allen won the 18u Pastime Best of the Southwest Wood Bat Tournament at the University of Dallas. The team started 0-1 and then never looked back winning their next five to take home bragging rights at 5-1 overall. With strong pitching efforts by Anthony Dozzo, Logan Harvey, Ben Miller, Ty Reiter, Pepper Jones, Sean Trischett and C.J. Flores, the opposition was off balance and over-powered all weekend. Behind the dish in every solid outing were Mike Goller and Jeff Kavulich keeping the team focused in the Texas heat. Nathaniel Haynes and Brayden Allen were bullets in the outfield chasing everything down and Haynes snagged several uncontested bases. The sticks did not disappoint either as Blaine McKinney, Mike Goller, Nick Lorenzoni, Ty Reiter and Jordan Kruse raked all weekend.

It was the Jones/Goller 1-2 show again in the semi-final facing a strong CBA team as Jones dominated and went the distance for the Tigers striking out nine, allowing one earned run on five hits and three walks. The final versus Tier One Baseball out of Austin brought Haynes to the mound with Kavulich receiving. Haynes ran into trouble early, and moved to centerfield with Flores taking over the bump. The Tigers never looked back as Flores was in control. Flores went six innings, allowed two hits, no earned runs, walked three and struck out four.

“It was a great team effort on both sides of the ball. This is a special group of young men that all have bright futures, said Head Coach Kaine Allen after the game. “Overcoming adversity comes easy when they collectively have the same selfless approach to a common goal.”

The team is heating up at the right time as they head to Georgia next week to compete in the 17u Perfect Game Evoshield Classic. Stay hot gentlemen and best of luck in Atlanta!

Dallas Tigers 17U