Play Eagles Baseball Fall 2019

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Here’s your chance to play baseball this fall for New Jersey’s leader in player development! Eagles Baseball is looking to fill roster openings for our fall 2019 teams for 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, and 14U.

Eagles Baseball teams will compete in the PBI Baseball League 2019 fall season.

TRYOUTS INFORMATION
Private evaluations are being held in our indoor facility in Ramsey NJ; please call us at 800-282-4638 x100 to sechedule your time.

COST – $20 per player.

CLICK ON THE APPROPRIATE AGE LEVEL
9U Eagles Fall 2019
10U Eagles Fall 2019
11U Eagles Fall 2019
12U Eagles Fall 2019
13U Eagles Fall 2019
14U Eagles Fall 2019

CALL TOLL-FREE 800-282-4638 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Free High School Workouts For Summer 2019 Placement

Eagles Baseball summer teamsAre you a high school baseball player looking for a team to play on this summer?

Professional Baseball Instruction is holding two FREE workouts for prospective summer baseball players on MONDAY MAY 13 and MONDAY MAY 20 at our indoor training facility in Ramsey.

We’re offering multiple teams at the 16U, 17U and 18U levels for summer 2019 play. Age cutoff date is April 30.

Check-in time is at 8PM and the workout will begin promptly at 8:30PM. Call to reserve your free spot at one of these workouts – 800-282-4638.

Free HS Workout at PBI

Click here for information on our summer Eagles Baseball teams.

Call to reserve your free spot at one of these workouts – 800-282-4638.

Play Eagles Baseball Spring 2019

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Here’s your chance to play baseball this spring for New Jersey’s leader in player development! Eagles Baseball is looking to fill roster openings for our spring 2019 teams for 9U, 10U, 11U, 13U, and 14U players.

Eagles Baseball teams will compete in the PBI Baseball League 2019 spring season and the Bergen County Charity Classic tournament over the Memorial Day Weekend.

Eagles players get prepared for the season with PBI’s comprehensive Eagles Winter Training Program.

TRYOUT INFORMATION- ALL AGES
MONDAYS at 4:30 PM at Riverside Park, 125 Reich Avenue in Mahwah.

PLAYERS MUST PRE-REGISTER BY CALLING 800-282-4638.

Private tryouts also available Monday through Saturday by calling us at 800-282-4638.

Click on the appropriate age level for complete details including tryout dates and times, and cost.

CLICK FOR YOUR AGE LEVEL
Spring 2019 9U Eagles
Spring 2019 10U Eagles
Spring 2019 11U Eagles
Spring 2019 12U Eagles
Spring 2019 13U Eagles
Spring 2019 14U Eagles

AGE CUTOFF
The PBI Baseball League is now using the new Little League age cutoff date of August 31 for appropriate age levels. See the chart below for details. For the spring 2019 season, the PBI League will be following the age cutoff dates as listed on this chart on the PBI website.)

CALL TOLL-FREE 800-282-4638 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Free Workouts For High School Summer Ball Players

HIGH SCHOOL BALL PLAYERS –

Eagles summer baseball teamsWhere are you playing baseball this summer?

Eagles Baseball and Professional Baseball Instruction have a terrific summer lineup for you.

NJ EAGLES
JV (16U) – 15-game regular season (3 games/week from June 11 through July 27)
Varsity (18U) – 15-game regular season (3 games/week from June 11 through July 27)

NORTH JERSEY EAGLES
16U Prospect – 24-26 game season plus 4 tournaments & 1 showcase event (June 4 through July 31)
17U Showcase – 28-30 games overall including 5 tournaments & 1 showcase event (June 4 through July 31)

Eagles summer baseball teamCOME TO A FREE WORKOUT AT PBI TO SEE WHERE YOU FIT IN!

We’re offering two dates – Wednesday May 9th and Wednesday May 16th from 8-9:30 PM (pick one) at Professional Baseball Instruction‘s indoor facility located at 12 Wright Way in Oakland NJ.

Call to register – 800-282-4638.

Eagles Spotlight On – Brandon Terrizzi

Brandon Terrizzi

Brandon Terrizzi

We are thrilled to send congratulations to former Eagles Baseball pitcher Brandon Terrizzi on being named Rookie Pitcher of the Week by the New Jersey Athletic Conference for his part an an 18-4 Rutgers-Newark opening-week win over Penn State-Abington on February 19.

Making his first collegiate appearance, Terrizzi threw a scoreless inning of relief for the Scarlet Knights without surrendering a hit while striking out a pair to close out the victory.

Brandon Terrizzi Hawthorne High School

Photo courtesy of NorthJersey.com

A graduate of Hawthorne High School, Terrizzi was a strikeout machine for the Bears, at one point punching out 22 batters in just 18.2 innings as a senior, including 10 in a 7-inning complete-game win over Garfield.

He was named second team All-County and second team All-Conference while compiling a 6-1 record in his junior year of high school.

For more information, call Professional Baseball Instruction TOLL-FREE at 800-282-4638.

14U Eagles Capture Fall League Title

14U Eagles fall champsThe 14U Eagles scored four times in the top of the seventh inning to pull of an amazing 5-4 come-from-behind victory over the Orange County Thunder in the PBI Baseball League‘s 14U A Division championship game on November 20, 2016.

The Eagles took an early 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning on an RBI single by Miles Tweedy.

It didn’t take long for Orange County Thunder to answer back, scoring three runs of their own in the bottom of the inning on an RBI single by Oliver Bieling, an RBI-groundout by Aidan Quinn, and a bases-loaded walk by Miguel Ramos.

14U Eagles fall champsThe Eagles scored four runs in the top of the seventh on three hits, two walks and an error.

Andrew Cuschieri racked up two RBIs on one hit for the Eagles. Alex Fernandez paced the Eagles at the plate going two-for-three with a run scored.

Former Eagles Soaring In 2016

A number of former Eagles players have had outstanding seasons for their respective high school teams.

Joe Cinnella

Joe Cinnella, Mahwah HS

Mahwah High School sophomore Joe Cinnella posted 5 wins for the Thunderbirds this spring and was named 2nd Team All League.

Chris Silos

Chris Silos, Hawthorne Christian

Hawthorne Christian Academy sophomore Chris Silos was named 1st Team All League NJIC Patriot Division.

And former Eagles Walter Brownlee, Morgen Bruhn, Andre DelaCruz, Jack Flanagan, Mike May, Matt Monaghan and Peter Samori helped the Madison High School Dodgers beat Delbarton and Morristown High School to win the 2016 Walt Stasiak Freshman Tournament.

2016 Madison Freshmen Champions

2016 Madison Freshmen Champions

Great job all around by our former Eagles players!

New Video Training Series

PBI Pro Tips Professional Baseball Instruction has a new video series called “PBI Pro Tips” with drills and coaching tips for players of all ages featuring some of our Eagles coaches and players.

Topics include pitching, hitting base running, and fielding tips that can help players perform better.

Click here for a full list of videos.

Eagles Summer 2016 Tryout Information

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Take the next step in your baseball career – play for Eagles Baseball!

Professional Baseball Instruction is holding evaluations for players at the 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U & 14U age levels for play in the summer of 2016.

Teams will compete in the PBI Baseball League’s summer 2016 season and participate in select tournaments.

TRYOUT DATES
9U, 10U, 11U – Thursday May 26 5:30pm at PBI
12U, 13U, 14U – Wednesday May 25 5:30pm at PBI
CALL 800-282-4638 TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT
PBI is located at 107 Pleasant Avenue in Upper Saddle Rive NJ.
NOTE – we’re also offering private tryouts on an individual basis. Call us for details.

Click on the appropriate age level for complete details.

2016 10U Summer Eagles information
2016 11U Summer Eagles information
2016 12U Summer Eagles information
2016 13U Summer Eagles information
2016 14U Summer Eagles information

For more information on Professional Baseball Instruction, please check out the Professional Baseball Instruction website.

Eagles Spotlight On – Ryan Remo (2)

Seems like only yesterday that we were telling you about Ryan Remo who was then in between his junior and senior years at Mahwah High School.

Ryan Remo - FordhamFollowing the end of his high school career, Ryan chose to take an offer from New York City’s Fordham University. Used exclusively in relief in his first 14 starts as a freshman, he made his first collegiate start on April 20 a memorable one.

Facing the Lions of Columbia University, Ryan went seven very strong innings, allowing one run on four hits and four walks while striking out a pair in a 4-1 Rams victory.

With the win, Ryan evened his record at 2-2 and lowered his ERA by more than a run to 4.07.