The Texas Stix is one of the strongest youth baseball clubs in Texas, with more than 35 9u-18u teams. The Stix is known for its quality, competitiveness, communication and college placement expertise.
Established in 2005, the Stix has facilitated college commitments for players every year. In the last seven years, the club has seen 30-35 players placed annually.
In 2016, the Texas Stix moved its headquarters from Euless to Grapevine. With its home base at the Texas Prospects Academy, the club is able to offer indoor training at the best indoor practice facility in the area.
The 18u Texas Stix are going to the Connie Mack World Series, the most prestigious 18-under World Series in amateur baseball. The Stix will be one of 17 teams competing at the CMWS in Farmington, New Mexico.
On Sunday, June 18, the 18u Texas Stix defeated D-BAT Elite at a qualifying event in Houston. The Stix played 10 games, going 8-2. Most every game was close, and the tiebreaker series against the D-BAT Elite was no exception. The final score was 2-1.
Pool play takes place on July 30 and 31. Eight teams from pool play, along with the host team, will play in the double-elimination tournament, which starts on Aug. 1. If you haven't scheduled your vacation yet, come to the CMWS to support the Stix!
Home to the Texas Stix, Top Prospect Academy (TPA) is a brand new climate controlled 13,500 square foot indoor training facility in Grapevine. TPA is equipped with 10 multifunctional cages, 3 pitching machines, an MLB clay mound, radar guns, a performance training area for strength, speed and agility, and a fully stocked pro shop.
We will be announcing Tryouts for the Fall 2017 soon! Please fill out the tryout registration form below and a Stix coach will contact you soon.
Since the Stix first senior class in 2007, 296 players have moved on to play college baseball. Since 2010 every class has had 30 or more players go on to play college baseball.
Check out the entire list! on our alumni page!
Cleveland Indians, 6th Round
Oakland A's, 15th Round
Chicago Cubs,16th Round
Seattle Mariners, 17th Round
Milwaukee Brewers, 30th Round
Arizona D-Backs, 32nd Round
NY Mets, 40th Round
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