Our experience in youth sports has allowed us to meet many talented kids throughout the country that are not being taught the basic fundamentals of baseball and the life lessons that come with it.  Travel baseball has taken our nation by storm.  People have been brainwashed to think that playing in tournaments every single weekend with little to no player development is what their kids should be doing.  The truth of the matter is that the travel baseball culture has caused the demise of good coaching, strong leadership, and consistent parenting.  Travel baseball has created a philosophy that plastic trophies and "Winning" indicate who is the best team and who is a part of the greatest organizations.  Coaches and parents have bought into this philosophy and sacrifice too much just to "Win".  Player development is now at an all-time low.  Coaches and organizations are using players for their immediate talents and/or their maturity and have total disregard to their physical and mental well-being in the process.  While the short-term outcome is gratifying where do you see your child in 3-5 years without player development and accountability?  The long-term effects of travel baseball will be devastating to our youth today if we as society do not do something about it.



"TRAIN MORE PLAY LESS" was created to bring our sport and its teachings back.  We are dedicated to having a powerful impact on our players across their lifespan.  We want to GOVERN our baseball, so we know our players are being developed the correct way.  For us to achieve this, we must make sure our families and players across the country understand there are more important goals than winning tournaments every weekend.  Training properly and learning life lessons now is what makes you GREAT.  Games are an important part of the process, but they are not the MOST important part of the process.



Winning is important! However, winning is simply a mindset developed over time, inside the mind of the hardworking.  With a development first mindset, learning what it takes to win will come as the talent grows and skills become more efficient.  Train More Play Less, simply identifies that we want to prepare as much as possible. We want the players to be tested, so we can collect the important data that will help us identify their strengths and weaknesses.  Testing our players and collecting the proper data will allow our staff to make adjustments and create a winning routine.