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2022-2023 TRYOUT DATES

All positions and teams are open for tryouts to form our 2022 Fall and 2023 Spring/Summer teams. Players are selected to participate in Fall, Winter and Summer seasons No cost to participate in tryouts If possible, we request that players attend all dates. If unable to attend any of the below dates, arrangements can be made by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Players must pre-register for tryouts. To pre-register complete the Tryout Form or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. the following info:

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Baseball Blog

Using Blast Motion to Help Your Team


The use of technology in baseball has rapidly increased over the past couple years. In today's game, players and coaches have access to high-tech analytic technology such as Trackman, Statcast and FlightScope, to name a few[1]. Pitchers are using Edgertronic High Speed cameras to see how the ball releases off their hand to enhance pitch manipulation and Rapsodo for further ball flight information such as spin rate and spin axis.

With a majority of this industry focused on pitching, hitting technology was beginning to fall behind. But thanks to ball flight analysis from HitTrax and Rapsodo, along with swing analysis from bat sensors like Blast Motion, the days of various hitting coaches telling a player something uniquely different about what may be wrong with their swing are dwindling as these technologies provide concrete, quantifiable data. At Rawlings, we currently use Blast Motion to assist in the development of our hitters.

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Player Performance Spring 2019

With a busy spring 2019 season wrapping up, former and current Rawlings A's Prospects saw success on the field across all levels of play, from college to high school.Check out below to see the success our players have had this spring!

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Softball Blog

Announcing Carly Martin

Carly Martin is a local standout from the DMV area. She began playing competitive travel softball at the age of 9 and developed the skills of a well-rounded Fastpitch athlete, with a passion for competing on the mound.
Carly worked with two men's Fastpitch hall-of-famers, Jim Rinehardt and Jack Crandall, who developed her pitching skills to compete at the highest level. Earning the number one pitching spot as a freshman when she entered high school, she competed in the Maryland IAAM A conference all four years. Pitching for Seton Keough High School, Carly led her team to the championship game her junior and senior year, winning the conference championship her senior year in 2007. Throughout her high school career, she was named All-City and All-conference all four years, as well as All-Metro her last 3 years.

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