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SPRING BASEBALL REGISTRATION OPENS NOVEMBER 15th !!

All registration is done online.  4U -13U   . High school prep league Monday- Wednesday- Friday night games

Season begins in February 21, 2015

 


Spring Baseball Academy $189

        AGES:    5-12 years old 
    STARTS:    Feb 16th  (6 weeks), Monday nights, 5:30-7:30
This is a 6 week long camp on Monday nights.  Area high school coaches & baseball pros will run drills & scrimmages.  This academy gives the players an opportunity to work with knowledgeable coaches.  They will not only break down the HOW to do a specific skill, but the WHY.  Many young players look for short cuts - once they understand the WHY it makes the game easier.  We want to eliminate any of the bad habits before they start.  Great work out to compliment your practice schedule.

Looking for a select baseball team?  

10U Lynx Elite Baseball will hold open tryouts on Saturday Nov 1st and Sunday Nov 9th.  We are looking to build on the success that we had in 2014 where we finished 7th in Texas with a record of 23-9 capturing 2 Championships, a runner up and a number of top finishes.

For more information please contact

Joe Aulbert - aulbert@att.net 

Ron Phelan – rphelan@educationalproducts.com      


SUMMER 2014 PLAYOFF CHAMPS!

6U =>  "A": HONEY BADGERS                             "B": STORM

     

7U =>  Champs: WHITESOX   

   

8U =>  Champs: HURRICANES

9U =>  "A" Bracket Champs: DRIVE                            "B" Bracket Champs: ASTROS

10U =>  Champs: FIGHTING IRISH


SPRING 2014 PLAYOFF CHAMPS!

6U

Honeybadgers (A)                                                                         TBA (B)

7U

BULLS (A)                                   TBA (B)

8U 

ROCKHOUNDS (A)                     MARLINS (B)

9U

SEMINOLES (A)                                                                    NITRO (B)       

       

10U

FIGHTING IRISH (A)                                                            GATORS (B)

1U/12U

TIGERS (A)                                                  ANGELS (B)


 



   Schedule sync -  There are 3 ways parents can view the schedule and their field locations.  A)  go to "Standings" tab and click their team name  B) go to the "Calendar" tab and select the date and see everything going on at the park that day   C) subscribe to your team.    Schedule Sync is where you can select your team name and click subscribe - and you are done.  All your team info will be sent to Outlook, any calendar program, or your phone.  This is an excellent way you can keep up with the team throughout the year.  Anything that changes on the master schedule is automatically updated on your calendar.   Go to this link http://www.thefarmleague.com/baseball/schedule-scores/ and in 2 clicks all games are on your device.   This is a very cool ap and you will like it.


    Twitter and Facebook - We use these aps to get information out quickly.   We will post rain outs, game info, and photos of teams here.  With twitter, set it up where the tweet is sent to your phone as a text. This way you will know immediately of a status change to the games.  EX: You are on a sales call in the galleria and the weather is fine there. However, raining in Klein.  You will get a tweet about the game.  This is a very fast mass texting system we use.   Facebook is meant for the kids and parents to use to highlight their players accomplishments.  Pass along any info and we will get it up.    I have attached a twitter how to guide which makes it very easy to create an account. Please make sure you have the TFL tweets go to your cell phone as a text.  https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Farm-League/292643040754221 ////  https://twitter.com/Thefarmleague



 


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ABBEY RAE PHOTOGRAPHY has been very busy taking pics at the baseball games!!! You are invited to view photographs from "The Farm League Baseball." This is a new site and hopefully easier to navigate. If you would like to order prints, click the BUY button while looking at the photos you like. You can crop each photo to customize your order! Thank you for looking. See you all on the baseball field.

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LYNX BASEBALL

The LYNX Baseball Organization has seen great success last season!  Great coaches are working with all 10 teams! We will have new LYNX teams from ages 7-14 forming in 2014. For more info, contact lynxbaseball@thefarmleague.com.


Baseball

=> LYNX 14u
 

LYNX PLAYERS:
* Logan Patterson * Bryson Powers * Jake Thompson *
* Cade Phelan * Mason Moszkowicz * Conner Baumann *
* Ryan Gryder * Conner Parkinson *Chase Cos * Josh Wallace *

=> LYNX 14u won the Baseball USA Tournament on February 25th! (pictured below)

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Congrats to the 8u Lynx ! They got 2nd in the Baseball USA tournament "War of the Warriors" March 2-3 => 4 games on Sunday and lost to the top team by 1 run. Over the past 2 months the coaches of this team have done a great job. The team has dramatically improved, the kids are playing outstanding baseball and like all Lynx teams the parents are having as much fun in the bleachers as the kids are in the dug out . Keep it up coach Phelan and Aulbert !!

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January 29, 2014
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Latest news and information about the MLB.
  • Madison Bumgarner punctuated his World Series performance for the ages by pitching the San Francisco Giants to their third championship in five years with a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night. I was just thinking about getting outs, getting outs, until I couldn't get them anymore and we needed someone else,'' Bumgarner said in a monotone that made it sound as though he was talking about batting practice. Bumgarner had retired 14 in a row when Alex Gordon sent a drive to center field. The pitcher pointed his glove in the air, thinking it could be the final out, but the ball fell in front of Gregor Blanco for a single.


  • Madison Bumgarner was limbering up at Kauffman Stadium this week, getting loose with his San Francisco teammates near the dugout, when Tim Hudson and Michael Morse sneaked up from behind and ruffled the pitcher's long, scraggly locks. They were about the only ones who could touch Bumgarner in this World Series. The 25-year-old Bumgarner capped off a most splendid October and earned MVP honors Wednesday night, pitching five scoreless innings of relief in Game 7 as the Giants held off the Kansas City Royals 3-2.


  • Madison Bumgarner will have to settle for the longest save in World Series history rather than a Game 7 win. Bumgarner was originally credited by the official scorers with the win after throwing five innings of shutout relief to close out San Francisco's 3-2 victory over Kansas City on Wednesday night. After consulting with the Elias Sports Bureau, Bumgarner was credited with the save instead and reliever Jeremy Affeldt got the win for his first career Series decision. Under rule 10.17, the only way a pitcher does not get the win when he is in the game when the winning run scores is if he is a starter and did not go five innings or was ''ineffective in a brief appearance.'' Affeldt pitched 2 1-3 scoreless innings in relief of Tim Hudson and therefore earned the win.


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