kcbullets: Welcome

Welcome to Bullets Baseball

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2011 SUMMER TEAM ON A 41-10 RECORD. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2010 KC BULLETS!  THE SUMMER AND FALL PROGRAMS COMBINED FOR A 63-8 RECORD. 

Bullets Baseball is a 18U, well recognized, college prep program.  The program is managed and operated by Dale Reed.  Experiences and background include: 4 year starting pitcher at Missouri Western State University (earning several awards and owning single season pitching records).  During the summers I played in each of the Casey Stengel, Ban Johnson, and Frank White leagues.  I was selected to one of the Ban Johnson or Frank White All-Star teams for three consecutive years.  I was the starting pitcher in the Frank White/Ban Johnson All Star game for two consecutive years.  I have coached and given baseball instruction for over 20 years.  I have coached teams in each of the Little League, USSSA, AAYBA, Triple Crown, and Premier Baseball World Series. 

My passion is to increase the number of players who have the opportunity to play baseball beyond high school.  I provide an opportunity to play at a high level of competition AT AN AFFORDABLE RATE.  I strive to ensure each player is provided quality coaching, and emphasize exposing players to college coaches.

Over the past few seasons I have had the opportunity to coach players that have been drafted, and numerous D1, D2, NAIA, and JuCo players.

My profession is law enforcement and I believe in discipline, respect, commitment, hard work, and making the right decisions.  I believe in coaching and mentoring players to provide them with the necessary skills to be successful, not only on the baseball field, but more importantly in life.

My players, as well as their parents, are expected to have good character and display good sportsmanship.  It is my goal to consistently leave behind a positive impression on other fans, players, umpires, and coaches.

I seek players who will take pride in participating in the Bullets program both on and off the field.  All emphasis is placed on the team.

Although the program has a very high win/loss percentage, emphasis is not placed on winning.  Success is measured by the development of character, and teaching the importance of discipline, attitude, and respect.