There will be a mandatory player & parent meeting at
6pm on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022,
at 1337 Flowing Wells Road, Augusta, GA 30909.
(The first $25 is due at the meeting)

 

 
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Welcome to Augusta Eagles Baseball

About Augusta Eagles Baseball

High School Varsity & Middle School

Above all, we desire to encourage faith and growth in Jesus Christ by seeking to glorify God the Father in all things including baseball. Augusta Eagles Baseball is comprised of a varsity and a middle school team. Tryouts are open to all (maximum age is 19), who are home-educated students or students enrolled in a school that does not have a baseball program. This is a growing competitive baseball program that plays against local public and private schools, as well as homeschool baseball teams throughout the Southeast.

Varsity Home Field 

1337 Flowing Wells Road

Augusta, GA 30909

Middle School Home Field

Behind New Passion Church

4220 Belair Frontage Road

Augusta, GA 30909

 
 
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"So whether we are home or away, we make it our aim to please Him.”

2 Corinthians 5:9

Attention Players and Parents,

Baseball is a team sport that requires intense individual commitment to learn and improve in order to be successful.  One player not playing to his potential during the game can mean the difference between a win or a loss no matter how hard the other eight players are playing.  In order to win, it is the responsibility of every player on the team to:

  • Be the absolute best you can be at every practice and game.

  • Improve your skills through practice.

  • Work hard at becoming physically fit.

  • Learn as much as you can about the game.

  • Always support the team and your teammates.

  • Always conduct yourself in a respectful manner and represent the team, Eagles Sports, and Jesus Christ with pride.

Everyone on the team needs to dedicate himself to these things.  If you do, winning will follow.  The desire to win goes without saying.  We will always play to win the game.  Remember, however, improvement and sportsmanship are just as important as winning the game.  Go Eagles!