Our sports program is built on the principle of positive character building. We balance our program by teaching our student/athletes the fundamentals of the game, coupled with an understanding of vital life skills and the virtues of integrity, perseverance, courage and a commitment to excellence. Our success is not measured in wins/losses, but by ensuring our players reach their highest potential.
Our coaching staff consist of former MLB, MiLB, and collegiate players. Each coach works tirelessly to develop the physical skills and to sharpen the mental game of every player. We provide the best learning atmosphere, the best competition, and the most fun the game of baseball has to offer to each of our players.
The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a person’s determination.
— Tommy Lasorda
The Field of Dreams Academy welcomes players, parents and coaches who are committed to improving their skills, playing competitively and supporting our mission as well as adhering to all rules and guidelines. It is a program for players to improve their skills through instruction and by playing recreational and highly competitive teams throughout the country.
Let’s Play Ball!
Our recreational program starts at age 5, kids in our youth T-ball League learn baseball basics and hand-eye coordination as they get used to hitting the ball. As players get older, they progress to a “coach-pitch” format to “youth-pitch” as they continue building their baseball skills.
PERSISTENCE CAN CHANGE FAILURE INTO EXTRAORDINARY ACHIEVEMENT.
– Marv Levy
“Baseball doesn’t have to be a pressure-packed sport. Our approach allows your child to develop confidence and learn the game in a supportive setting while having a great time. After all, fun is what baseball is all about!”
The Field of Dreams Academy (FODA) baseball program is recognized nationally as one of the premier youth baseball programs in the country through our affiliation with MLB RBI, USA Baseball, Perfect Game and PBR. We have FODA alumni players who have been drafted by Major League Baseball (MLB). Other players who have and continue to play collegiate baseball at several DI, DII, DIII, and JUCO schools.