Limited openings on 9U, 11U, 12U Cooperstown, 12U Omaha and 14U rosters
The 12U Omaha team will travel to Omaha in June and players and families will have an opportunity to attend the College World Series.  The 12U Cooperstown team will travel to Cooperstown All Star Village in July for a once in a lifetime experience.
Also possible openings for guest players for the Omaha and Cooperstown trips.
Email us at  BrushbackBaseballClub@gmail.com  for more information.


12U Wins At Winter Championships
Finishing up 2017 with a pair of wins, Brushback Baseball Club's 12U team took the Silver Bracket championship at the NCTB Winter Championships at Manteca on Sunday, December 10, 2017.
12U Winds At Winter Championships
 
14U Takes Polar Bear Classic
Brushback Baseball Club's 14U team won the 2017 NCTB Polar Bear Classic tournament on December 3, 2017 at Twin Creeks in Sunnyvale. James Odle and Gabriel Barrett were named Tournament Co-MVPs.
2017 Polar Bear Classic Champions

14U Goes 7-0 To Take Desert Fall Classic Championship
Brushback Baseball Club's 14U team went 7-0 to win the prestigious Desert Fall Classic in Las Vegas on October 29, 2017. Gabe Barrett and Cole Lewis were named tournament Co-MVPs.
Desert Fall Classic Champions
  
16U First At Strike Out Cancer Tournament
Brushback Baseball Club's 16U Black team finished first in the Silver Bracket of the NCTB Strike Out Cancer Tournament on September 30 and October 1. 18U Black finished second in their bracket.
16U Wins Stike Out Cancer Tourney

 


Brushback Baseball Club is a highly competitive, family-based travel ball organization based in the Silicon Valley. Our main goal is to help players develop the necessary skills to become successful on the baseball field. However, we strongly believe competitiveness, commitment and teamwork help young men become better role models both on and off the field.  In addition to our five travel teams, we offer individual lessons to all players aged 9-18 to help them reach their full potential.


Younger Brushback players, ages 9-13, develop the necessary confidence and skill set to prepare them for high school baseball.  Brushback players who are in high school, ages 14-18, receive higher level instruction to ensure that they have the opportunity to not only succeed at the high school level, but potentially the college level, if they choose to pursue baseball further.

Our coaches are committed to helping players achieve their goals, constantly teaching the necessary skills to succeed at a higher level than our competition.  We demand that our coaching staff have exemplary baseball backgrounds through years of experience playing, coaching, and being students of the game.