At CageRat Baseball, we have youth baseball sign-ups for our program running throughout most of the year.

When we fill up our spring and summer teams, we begin rostering for our Fall program…and we are always looking to bring players into our training program where they will see the most benefit from our program!

Being a youth baseball club, we are ALWAYS looking for the best players who are also great kids and want to work hard!

If you are looking to become a part of a youth baseball club, like CageRat Baseball, below are a list of a few ways to prepare for youth baseball sign-ups and make the team!

  1. Practice and train….a LOT: Making a competitive team’s roster is very different than youth baseball sign-ups for little league or a recreational league. In the best organizations, not every player who tries out makes a team (at least that’s how it should be). If you want to be a part of the best youth baseball club, you must prepare and work hard at it!
  2. Hustle everywhere you go: The easiest way to stand out to a coach is to hustle and move with a purpose. Whether it is getting a drink, running to a new station or coming in to the coach after the workout, showing the staff that you will be the hardest worker on the field goes a long way in making any youth baseball club.
  3. Be coachable: At the youth level, especially, we look for players who work hard and are COACHABLE. If you are not willing to listen and do what coaches need you to do, then you will not be able to reach your full potential. When a coach is speaking to you, make eye contact and actually do what he is suggesting.

At CageRat Baseball, we pride ourselves on helping our players reach their full potential.

If you have athleticism and prove to us you are willing to work hard and often, we are much more likely to take a chance on you if you have a similar skill set to another player who doesn’t do those things.

If you feel you could benefit from our youth baseball club, come in for your 100% FREE training and evaluation session today!

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