2017 Summer 13U & Fall 14U Recap

Our inaugural season has come and gone. With our first run at it, I am very pleased to recap our first season. We compiled a 44-10-2 record and played in 14 events, ranging from USSSA, Dynamic, Diamond Devils and of course Perfect Game.

We captured 2 World Series trophies from USSSA as well as 2 runner up finishes and 1 Dynamic Championship at USC 
We outscored our opponents 358-200, and stole 171 bases. On the mound we threw 3 no hitters, and posted a team ERA of 2.85 While striking out 275 batters.

 

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Swingman Baseball SC in Association with Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr.

Swingman Baseball SC, in Association with Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr.  Our teams will consist of players from South Carolina as well as neighboring states.  Our mission is to provide a true baseball experience, coached by certified baseball people, where each player will have the opportunity to grow on and off the field.  We will work diligently to increase all our players’ baseball I.Q. and assist them during the recruiting process.

Fans and players can follow the action, get tryout dates, get updated schedules, rosters and alerts from our website; www.swingman.net.  They can also download our Swingman app for free from the App store.  All games will be recorded live with Game Changer and alerts will be common place with your app.

For more information visit www.swingman.net or contact Andy Hallett at coach20@swingman.net 

Ken Griffey Jr. National Baseball Hall of Fame Induction Speech

Ken Griffey Jr. officially became the first Mariner ever inducted the National Baseball Hall of Fame. And in classic Griffey fashion, his performance came from the heart.

In front of an estimated crowd of about 50,000, Griffey stopped to collect himself multiple times during his speech as he thanked his family, former teammates and mentors as well as Mariners fans.

“Out of my 22 years, I learned that only one team will treat you the best, and that’s your first team,” he said. “I’m damn proud to be a Seattle Mariner.”