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Texas Stix Baseball Club

The Texas Stix is one of the fastest growing youth baseball clubs in Texas, with more than 35 9U-18U teams. The Texas 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, has seen 30-35 players placed annually. Stix players have gone on to play ball at a wide range of colleges, including D1 schools like TCU, Oklahoma State and Texas Tech; and on MLB teams like Seattle Mariners, Oakland Athletics and Chicago Cubs.

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 one of the best indoor practice facilities in the area.

 

Top Prospect Academy - Home of the Texas 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. 

Stix 2017 Spring/Summer TRYOUTS

At this time there are no set tryouts coming up.  If you are still interested in trying out for a Stix team please fill out the tryout registration below and a coach will be in contact with you.

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    Baseball Strong

    Texas Stix players are encouraged to participate in Baseball Strong off-season. An elite baseball specific training and conditioning program offered by TPA, Baseball Strong combines energetic and motivational trainers whose expertise, energy, and cutting edge training principles are second to none. As a result, Baseball Strong has become the area’s leading program in making baseball players faster, stronger, healthier, and more explosive, which all translate to improved bat speed, velocity, and quickness. Visit www.tpabaseball.com now for more info.


    More than 225 Stix Players on College Teams

    Since the Stix first senior class in 2007, 228 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 here: http://www.texasstix.com/page/show/106749-texas-stix-alumni

    2016 College Commitments

    Taylor Barber - Northeast Texas
    Cohen Bell - Grayson
    Connor Bell - Grayson
    Tanner Boyzuick - Alabama
    Kaden Brown - Texas Wesleyan
    Matt Canterino - Rice
    Ulysses Cantu - Texas Tech
    Michael Chambers - Grayson
    Matt Cook - Southeast College
    Zac Cook - UT Arlington
    Matt Espinosa - Cameron
    James Ferguson - North Carolina State
    Tanner Gibson - Weatherford
    Bradley Gneiting - Rice
    Alex Griggs - Baylor
    Aaron Hassell - Midland University
    Keith Johnson - Oklahoma Christian
    Shaston Johnson - Odessa
    Christian Julius - Rollins College
    Logan Knowles - Navarro
    Connor Kroutil - Howard
    Soren Krug - Northeast Texas
    Noah Laduca - Northlake
    Jake Slaughter - Abilene Christian
    AJ Liu - Swarthmore
    Steven Marks - UT Dallas
    McCain Mason - Northeast Texas
    Josh Mears - Brookhaven
    Steven Morphew - Ecclesia College
    Preston Newman - Howard Payne
    Nick O'Brien - Columbia
    Jacob Rains - Hardin Simmons
    Trey Roach - Birmingham
    Nick Skeffington - Abilene Christian
    Jonathan Smithey - Northeastern State
    Alex Stiegler - Yale
    Sean Townsend - Weatherford

    The 2016 Class is complete and turned up 35 college bound players and 10 D1 players!

    Stix MLB Draft Picks

    Ulysses Cantu
    Cleveland Indians, 6th Round

    Ty Damron
    Oakland A's, 15th Round 

    Holden Cammack
    Chicago Cubs,16th Round

    Dimas Ojeda

    Seattle Mariners, 17th Round

    Dalton Brown
    Milwaukee Brewers, 30th Round

    Trevor Simms
    Arizona D-Backs, 32nd Round

    Michael Chambers
    NY Mets, 40th Round

    Enrique Oquendo
    Anaheim Angels, Free Agent Sign