Welcome to Greyhound Baseball Club

Greyhound Baseball Club is committed to promoting a structured, positive, learning experience while encouraging good sportsmanship and team work with all members involved; coaches, players, and parents. We will offer a quality organization that will allow for our children to be successful both on and off the field and have FUN playing America’s favorite past time; Baseball.

As we inch closer to the 2018 season for the Greyhound Baseball Club, it is worth noting that the above mission statement still rings true today!  We are proud of our past accomplishments and eagerly await our future ones, all while never losing sight of the organizations mission.
2018 is the 8th season for our club, founded by Alan Jacob.   Alan continues to shape our organization and plan its future.  His vision includes the expansion to a 3rd age group which now means the Greyhounds will have highly competitive teams competing in 13U, 15U and 16U.
The 15U Greyhound Baseball Club will be headed up by Dave Raiss.  Dave has a tremendous amount of coaching experience with youths, in multiple sports.  Dave embraces the Greyhound way and will be a fine addition to our organization.  He, along with Todd Cichy, put together an extremely competitive team which will carry on the successful Greyhound tradition.  This has already become evident with a tournament victory in the fall.

Matt Roeser will continue to lead the 13U Greyhound Baseball Club heading into 2018.  Matt and his players are coming off a tremendous 2017 season, which saw them win the highly competitive AA World Series in July.   The Greyhounds went 7-0 to take home the hardware.  The team also did extremely well in Cooperstown, NY, participating in the popular 12U tournament.  The overall season record of 47-14 was a great accomplishment.   Matt has high expectations for the upcoming year, as they will be a Major team competing in high level tournaments.  They will also continue to compete in the upper A division of the MABF.

Tony Hall remains a fixture in the organization, returning for his 5th year as head coach of the 16U Greyhound Baseball Club.  Mike Basey and Dan Brooks will continue in the dugout along with Mike Boccia. 2017 saw a ton of success with the club traveling to Nashville, TN, South Bend, IN and Cincinnati, OH to compete in high profile tournaments.  With a daunting schedule against highly competitive teams, the Greyhounds were extremely successful, earning their way to Sunday play consistently.   The club finished near the top in most tournaments, highlighted by winning the CABA State Tournament at Jimmy John’s Field and a runner up finish at the University of Michigan, compiling a 27-6 overall tournament record.

We would like to wish all the Greyhound players, families, sponsors, opponents, umpires and anyone else who makes a positive impact a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!  Have a great finish to 2017 and we can’t wait for the familiar ring of “PLAY BALL”.