Way to go Tigers on taking your team to a Super Series National Championship in Memphis, Tennessee. The game was televised on MLB Baseball.
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 …
The 2009 10U Dallas Tigers win Super Series Championship and head to Memphis for National Championship. Team coached by Linty Ingram and Kyle Woods.
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.
Class of 2009 committments to play baseball: Jonathan Walsh – University of Texas Colton Cain – University of Texas Drew VerHagen – Oklahoma Drew Harrison – Oklahoma Chad Kettler – Oklahoma Jacob Morris – Arizona State Austin Elkins – Dallas Baptist University David Walsh – University of Texas Arlington Tyler Carter – Northwestern State (La.) Charlie Martin – Texas Tech Bo Altobelli – Texas Tech Jamen Parten – North Central Texas College Garrett Autrey – Navarro Junior College Crayton Bare …
The Dallas Tiger AFLAC All American selections! Congratulations to the following: 2009-Brian Ragira (Arlington Martin HS) and Matt Lipka (McKinney North HS) 2008-Jacob Morris (University of Arkansas) and Jonathan Walsh (University of Texas) 2007-Jordan Swagerty (Arizona State University) 2006-Blake Beavan (17th overall draft pick-Texas Rangers) Way to go Tigers!
Congratulations to three Dallas Tigers named to the 2008 USA National Team: 18U National Selection, Cotton Cain – Dallas Tigers 2009 and Waxahachie High School 16U National Team Selection, Matt Lipka – Dallas Tigers 2010 and McKinney High School 16U National Team Selection, Shane Henderson – Dallas Tigers 2010 and Flower Mound High School
Brian Ragira was named to the Under-Armour All-American Team in 2009. Jonathan Walsh and Jacob Morris were named to the 2008 Team.
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.
Jonathan Kaskow, long-time Dallas Tiger and Coppell High School’s senior first baseman, has been named the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association – Pro Line Texas Player of the Year. Jonathan was also awarded District 6-5A Co-MVP, The Dallas Morning News All Area Team and The THSBCA All State Team in both 2006 and 2007. Jonathan has creceived a full scholarship to Stanford University to play baseball in the prestigious PAC-10 Conference.