Michael Kopech Goes in 1st Round of MLB Draft

Michael Kopech baseballCongratulations to Michael Kopech of the Dallas Tigers on getting drafted in the 1st round of the 2014 MLB draft this month.  Michael has played in the Dallas Tigers Baseball Club since 14U and was a commit to University of Arizona.

To see more about Michael Kopech, visit and watch his prospect video.

Congratulations to Michael and the Kopech family!

Dallas Tigers BIG National Signing Day

Many of the graduating Dallas Tigers were busy inking National Letters of Intent with their chosen colleges yesterday on National Signing Day!  We couldn’t be more proud of the boys and their years of work to get to this point.  “This is what it’s all about.  Young kids growing up in the program and reaching their goal of playing college baseball,” commented club President, Tommy Hernandez.  “These images speak to a lot of things …family dedication to enabling their son to play at a high level, hard work of individual kids, and a platform built to develop skills, team work, and perseverance.  I look forward to National Signing Day every year, and couldn’t be more proud right now.”

From all the instructors and families in the Dallas Tigers Baseball Club, congratulations boys!!!

Drew Gooch signing with TCU

Michael Kopech signing with Arizona

Parker Mushinski signs with Texas Tech

Bryce Carter signs with Stanford

Cal Hernandez signs with DBU

Joseph Heineman signs with University of Arkansas Little Rock

Seth Jordan signs with West Virginia

Connor Wanhanen signs with TCU

Benn Hawkins signs with Air Force

Kelly Dorsett signs with ACU

Jake Wilcox signs with UTA

Travis Stone signing with SFA

Garrett Hale signs with ACU

Beau Burrows signs with Texas A&M

Dallas Tigers Play in Perfect Game All American Game in San Diego

Congratulations to Bryce Carter and Michael Kopech for being selected to the 2013 Perfect Game All American Classic at Petco Park in San Diego California. Way to go boys!

Dallas Tigers at Perfect Game

Dallas Tigers Play in USA Baseball Tournament of Stars

Five Dallas Tigers competed last week in the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars presented by Major League Baseball. Pictured are Michael Kopech, Tanner Gardner, Drew Gooch, Turner Larkins, Bryce Carter, and Tigers President/USA Baseball Coach Tommy Hernandez.

The USA Baseball Tournament of Stars (TOS) presented by Major League Baseball is made up of 144 of the nation’s best ballplayers that are international age-eligible for 18U National Team consideration (born in 1995 or 1996). They are invited by USA Baseball to play for one of seven National Member Organizations (AABC, American Legion, Babe Ruth, Dixie, PONY, NABF and RBI) or via an “at-large” team selected by USA Baseball (Stars). TOS participants form the primary pool of talent from which USA Baseball will select its 18U National Team to represent our country at the 2013 IBAF 18U World Cup in Taichung, Taiwan later this summer.