Seadogs Program

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Ninth Inning’s SeaDogs program is an “extra ball” hybrid between the recreational baseball season and travel tournament baseball. This supplementary program is designed for families who are interested in playing at their respective recreational parks, but are also wanting professional development for their child. Ninth Inning’s professional staff will work with your ballplayer over the 5-month long season to maximize their development through games and practices. Most importantly, this unique opportunity will allow your child to enjoy playing at their respective parks with their buddies, while still being able to learn the proper fundamentals in a fast-paced, competitive travel ball environment.

  

Age cut off: May 1st, 2019
The age cut off determines the appropriate age group that your son will be playing with for the 2018-2019 season.  For example, if you turn the age of 10 on or after May 1st, 2019, you will play 9U for the 2018-2019 season. If you turn 10 prior to May 1st, 2019, you will play 10U for the 2018-2019 season.

Cost: $750 for the season split up over three months plus uniform costs (approx. $180).

What do you get?

  • Professional instruction and coaching
  • Free 5-pack of 30 minute lessons with a Ninth Inning instructor
  • Unlimited access to indoor cages (based upon availability)
  • Position-specific clinics
  • 3-5 tournaments, 8-10 practices

How Lineups Are Decided:
During scheduled tournaments, Ninth Inning staff will work with the coaches to set the lineups for games.  This is to ensure there is no “Daddy Ball”!

Below, you will find the link for registration.

 Tryout Cost: $30-Single Season

SPRING TRYOUTS 9U-12U:

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! CLICK HERE!

Ninth Inning Baseball – 3220 Cumberland Drive, Chamblee, GA 30341

If you wish to be considered for the 2018-2019 SeaDogs program, you must attend tryouts. You can also register by calling Ninth Inning Baseball at 678-691-5917. If you have any questions, you may contact us at info@ninthinningbaseball.com. Thank you and good luck to everyone at tryouts!