Welcome to Greyhound Baseball Club

Greyhound Baseball Club would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and a sincere welcome to the upcoming 2019 season!  We have some exciting things planned for this year and can’t wait to see our players not only perform on the diamond but continue to grow as young men.

2019 will be the 9th season for our club, founded by Alan Jacob.  It is amazing to think that in 2011, the inaugural season, our players were just 8 and 9 year old little tykes.  They were just learning the basics of this fantastic game, playing travel ball, little league or just playing.
The 2019 version of the Greyhounds will have two teams competing in the 16U and 17/18U division. We will continue to play in high level tournaments within in the state of Michigan and throughout the Midwest and beyond!

Dave Raiss will continue to be at the helm for the 16U team, with help from assistants Todd Cichy and Bruce Burns.  Dave brings back the majority of players from last year’s team and also has added a few new, talented ballplayers.  This will make them extremely competitive for the upcoming 2019 season.

Tony Hall is returning for his 6th season as head coach of the 17U team.  Mike Basey, Dan Brooks and Mike Boccia will continue to assist Tony on the field.  This group of players will continue to compete in top level tournaments against the very best competition.  We also welcome our 3 new players, who each possess talents and skill sets that will make us very formidable against any opponent.
Many of our players have made their goals clear-- continue to excel in the classroom, on the field and to play baseball at the next level.  We never lose sight of this goal and will shape our summer schedule accordingly.  With that said we would like to express a special thank you to the parents of these fine young men.  Without your unwavering commitment to support your sons, this organization would not be nearly as successful.  We thank you for your continued support and will do our very best to help each and every player achieve their goals.