Mercer Island Select Baseball: About Us

Who we are:
Founded in 2006 as the Mercer Island Travel Team, we are a select baseball program for kids that live on Mercer Island, Washington aged 8-12.  All of our kids are required to play in the Mercer Island Little League program.  In 2009, the organization was renamed to Mercer Island Select Baseball club.

Our Mission:
  • Provide Mercer Island's most talented 8-12 year olds opportunities for higher level skill development and competition.
  • Create a well rounded baseball player.  Develop physical, mental and emotional skills as well as teach fundamental game strategies.
  • Prepare our kids to play competitive baseball after age 12.
  • Provide the MI community (kids and families) with a unique on-island opportunity to support and celebrate Mercer Island baseball.

When we do it:
  • Fall- Player Development Program from October-December
  • Winter-Player Development Program from January-March
  • February-Team Tryouts, practices start March 1st
  • Spring/Summer-Friday practices, Sunday games, 2-4 Weekend Tournaments each year

Where we do it:
Our home games and practices take place at the Lid Park on Mercer Island, WA.  We play other select baseball teams in the Seattle area and participate in tournaments located in Washington as well as Arizona and Cooperstown, New York.

Results:

All of our teams have developed a reputation for respecting the game of baseball.  Our program develops physical skills as well as teaches fundamental game strategies.  Our program emphasizes physical, mental and emotional skill development....creating a well rounded baseball player.  Champions Page

 "It's a beautiful day for a ballgame...Let's play two!"        Ernie Banks

MI Select teams play Sunday's all Spring and Summer at Mercer Island Lid Parks.  Our teams will travel within the greater Seattle area for games as well.  If you are a program that would be interested in scheduling a game against MI Select teams, please send an email to our competition committee info@mittbaseball.org.




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