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PV Thunder Travel Baseball

Spring 2020 Thunder Travel Tryouts

ALL TRYOUT PARTICIPANTS MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND
Use the registration link above to register. The tryout fee is $25 and is non-refundable. In addition, if your player is selected to a team, a $60 non-refundable league fee will be due by the deadline communicated by the league. You will receive a separate registration link for the league fee. Season fees will be communicated and collected separately after teams are finalized.

Davis Park is located at 210 Davis Park Rd, Ponte Vedra, FL 32081.

Each tryout will run approximately two hours.
Those with catching experience and gear should bring their equipment to tryouts.

We will consider an additional team for any age group with the numbers & talent to support it.

9U - Head Coach Matt Loosen

Thursday 11/14, Field 1

5:00  Check In begins

5:15  Warm Up Routine

5:30  Tryout

10U - Head Coach Brian Hudgins

Thursday 11/14, Field 1

6:30  Check In begins

6:45  Warm Up Routine

7:00  Tryout

11U - Head Coaches Kris “Kritter” Keller & Terrance Freeman

Wednesday 11/13, Field 2

5:00  Check In begins

5:15  Warm Up Routine

5:30  Tryout

12U (Cooperstown) - Head Coach Terrance Freeman

Wednesday 11/13, Field 2

6:30  Check In begins

6:45  Warm Up Routine

7:00  Tryout

13U - Head Coach Kris “Kritter” Keller

Monday 11/11, Field 3

6:00  Check In begins

6:15  Warm Up Routine

6:30  Tryout

 

 

14U  - Head Coach Talmadge Nunnari

16U (Summer Team) - Head Coach Alex Martinez 

Joint Tryout on Tuesday 12/3, Field 3

5:00  Check In begins

5:15  Warm Up Routine

5:30  Tryout

Changes to this schedule will be announced here, via email and on our Facebook page.

Our Mission

The purpose of Thunder baseball is to further the development of players that demonstrate baseball skills above the recreational league level, in a more competitive setting. Thunder accomplishes this by having professional coaching for each age level. All Travel Teams are managed  and coached by professional coaching staff that have experience playing at the college and/or professional level. The ultimate aim of Thunder baseball is to prepare players to compete at the high school level. 

League Make Up

It is the goal of Thunder Baseball to field one team per age group each fall and spring season. In the event where there are enough players that could warrant a second team, just having enough players is not the determining factor of fielding a second team. The coaching staff will collectively determine if the skill-level of the second team would be competitive enough to play at the travel level or if the second team could be formed as a developmental team with a much lighter schedule.

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9U Thunder

Travel Baseball Director

Evan Ritter

PVAA Baseball President

Jeff Franklin