and you can help the Warriors Baseball Club of Michigan firmly establish itself as one of the premier travel baseball organizations in the world!

 

The Warriors Baseball Club of Michigan is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit public charity funded primarily through the extraordinary generosity of numerous individual and corporate partners. All monetary donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law and help the organization provide it's families with the most enjoyable, developmental, competitive and affordable baseball experience possible.

 

MISSION STATEMENT

 

To provide elementary, middle and high school student athletes with a nonprofit organization that strengthens their sense of community, fosters the development of lifelong relationships, encourages a healthy lifestyle, promotes enjoying, learning and respecting the game of baseball at the highest possible competitive level and prepares them to compete for athletic scholarships at institutions of higher learning.

 

 
2016 9U Warriors Have Successful Debut!
10U Warriors Finish Strong in 2016 Campaign!
11U Warriors Fourth Ranked Team In The Country!
Like Ebby Calvin "Nuke" LaLoosh in the movie Bull Durham, the Warriors Baseball Club of Michigan's 2016 9-Year-Old National Travel Team (REAL Team 9) wanted to "announce their presence with authority" in their inaugural season ... and that's exactly what they did!

Competing in 10 highly-competitive United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) tournaments, "the nines"  made an astounding six championship games, qualified for the USSSA Elite Major World Series at Walt Disney World and won two championships!

Coached by Tommy Marx and Zach Etzin, the boys won the Macomb County Challenge and Canton Summer Classic. Finishing the season with a 26-14 record, they amassed 2260 USSSA points, were ranked 1st in the USSSA's Region 1 (the Northeastern and Midwestern United States) and 25th nationally! Not bad for a first year squad!

Here are their 2016 tournament results:

Cinco De Mayo NIT
Canton, Michigan
3-2 Record
2nd Place

NABC Select Super NIT
Canton, Michigan
1-1 Record (Rainout)
3rd Place

Indy Festival Super NIT
Indianapolis, Indiana
3-1 Record
2nd Place

Liberty Park Wood Bat Invitational
Sterling Heights, Michigan
3-1 Record
2nd Place

Memorial Day Super NIT
Sterling Heights, Michigan
3-2 Record
2nd Place

Cincinnati Dual Super NIT
Cincinnati, Ohio
3-1 Record
3rd Place

Open State Tournament
Sterling Heights, Michigan
1-2 Record
8th Place

Macomb County Challenge
Mount Clemens, Michigan
4-0 Record
1st Place

Canton Summer Classic
Canton, Michigan
4-0 Record
1st Place

Elite Major World Series
Kissimmee, Florida
1-4 Record
25th Place

Although the team would certainly have preferred a better performance in the USSSA Elite Major World Series, they held their own against some of the best 9-year-old teams in the country, most of whom have been together for at least two seasons. More importantly, they had LOTS of fun and left Florida with a desire to improve in the coming season ... because that's exactly what Warrior teams do!
Good things happen to those who wait and that's exactly what happened to the first-year Warriors Baseball Club of Michigan's 2016 10-Year-Old national travel team (REAL Team 10)!

Competing in 11 highly-competitive United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) tournaments, "the tens"  won a tournament, finished second in two others and made an impressive run at the USSSA Elite Major World Series at Walt Disney World!

Coached by Kyle Galli and Jason Kelmigian, the boys won the Macomb County Challenge. Finishing the season with a 22-20 record, they amassed 2220 USSSA points, were ranked 1st in the USSSA's Region 1 (the Northeastern and Midwestern United States) and 33rd nationally!

Here are their 2016 tournament results:

Beast of the East Super NIT
Charlotte, North Carolina
0-3 Record
16th Place

Cinco De Mayo NIT
Canton, Michigan
0-3 Record
11th Place

NABC Select Super NIT
Canton, Michigan
2-1 Record (Rainout)
4th Place

Indy Festival Super NIT
Indianapolis, Indiana
2-1 Record
5th Place

Liberty Park Wood Bat Invitational
Sterling Heights, Michigan
1-3 Record
4th Place

Memorial Day Super NIT
Sterling Heights, Michigan
1-2 Record
7th Place

Cincinnati Dual Super NIT
Cincinnati, Ohio
3-1 Record
2nd Place

Open State Tournament
Sterling Heights, Michigan
1-2 Record
6th Place

Macomb County Challenge
Mount Clemens, Michigan
3-0 Record
1st Place

Canton Summer Classic
Canton, Michigan
4-1 Record
2nd Place

Elite Major World Series
Kissimmee, Florida
5-3 Record
13th Place

Despite finishing the regular season with a .500 record, the boys found their stride in the final three tournaments by winning one championship, making the final game in another and earning five hard-fought victories against the country's finest competition in the USSSA Elite Major World Series, including a 10-5 victory over the nationally-renowned EvoShield Canes!
The Warriors Baseball Club of Michigan's 2016 11U team is currently 27-1 and ranked fourth in the USSSA's national power rankings!

Considered by many to be the hottest and most dangerous 11U team in North America, this squad has already defeated teams from other natioanlly-renowned programs such as Beaver Valley Red (Pennsylvania), the Cincy Flames (Ohio), Indiana Bulls and Motor City Hit Dogs (Michigan)! It's only loss came to the MGBA, Bulldogs (Georgia), last year's USSSA Elite World Series champions, in the first tournament of the year.

In the six tournaments this team has already competed in, they have won four of them including the USSSA Cinco De Mayo NIT, Indiana Bulls Super Select, USSSA Marucci Liberty Park Wood Bat Invitational and USSSA Memorial Day Super NIT. If not for a rainout of the USSSA Canton Super NIT, the Warriors had a good chance of winning a fifth event.

With it's 1550 USSSA points and 1550 power ranking, this team is currently ranked fourth in the United States behind Five-Four Elite (Missouri), the MGBA Bulldogs and BC KC Rawlings Prospects (Kansas).

Given it's performance in the USSSA Memorial Day Super NIT, including a dramatic 12 inning semifinal victory over the East Michigan Muskies, the Warriors are returning to the USSSA Elite Major World Series at Walt Disney World!
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National Champions!
07/27/2015 Emerson, Georgia

Congratulations to the Warriors Baseball Club of Michigan's 14U national travel team for going 6-1 and winning the prestigious Perfect Game World Series in Emerson, Georgia for the organization's fifth national championship and fourth consecutive Perfect Game national title!

Competing 
in this invitation-only wood bat event against the most elite 14U teams in the United States, the Warriors defeated the East Cobb Astros (Georgia) 4-3 in the quarterfinals, Houston Banditos Elite (Texas) 2-1 in the semifinals and Phenom Signature (California) 14-9 in the championship.

Highlights included Mac Menard (Brother Rice High School) being named the tournament's Most Valuable Pitcher, Ben Clark (Dearborn High School) hitting .833 for the tournament and Bobby Cavin (Stevenson High School) slamming a three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning of the championship game.

This follows the same team going 9-0 earlier this month and winning the Perfect Game 14U BCS Finals in Fort Meyers, Florida! Competing against 61 of the best 14U teams in the United States, they defeated Team Elite Prime (Georgia) 7-4 in the championship game!


Of particular note were Reese Trahey (Brother Rice High School) being named the tournament's Most Valuable Pitcher, Dillon Kark (St. Mary's Preparatory) going 4-4 in the championship game, Bobby Cavin (Stevenson High School) hitting .526 for the tournament and Danny Morris (Stevenson High School) knocking in a team high 12 runs!


By season's end, this team had amassed a 52-9 record on the season, won six championships and had three second place finishes
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GREAT job gentlemen representing your families, coaches, schools, our organization and the great State of Michigan!