The Cincinnati Riverbats Baseball Club is an Organization that prides itself on doing “IT” the right way. We are made up of very competitive baseball teams that believe the “WIN” follows second to the development of our player’s baseball abilities as well as life lessons that include Respect, Discipline, and Teamwork.
9u Riverbats 4 West side 4 [Bottom 6th] [0 Out] [0 balls] [0 strikes] ... No one on [P: #7 Timmy Nagel] [B: #5 Carson ]
The Riverbats (2015) 9u National team is looking to add 1-2 players for the high level tournaments they will be playing in outside the SWOL. They are looking for kids that have experience pitching for some of the 11 tourneys they are in this year including 3 world series tournaments in July. If you have any interest in your son playing with them and this will not impact your sons current SWOL team and their schedule please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to see if there is an opportunity to play with them in a few tournaments.
Eric Schrand- Findlay University
Ian Bach-Tiffin University
Drew Dietz- Earlham University
Eric Elkus – Earlham University
Dylan Aynes –Earlham University
Chris Brenning – Elon University
Wes Noble- Campbell University
There are three types of baseball players: Those who make it happen, those who watch it happen and those who wonder what happens.
John Cornett- Earlham
Eric Elkus- Earlham
Zach Kimura- Earlham
Austin Hook- Mt St. Joe
Brad Maxie- University of NW Ohio
Cody Lane- Wright State
Tyler Nieberding- Marietta
Cody Ralston- Miami Hamilton
Nolan Robinson- Butler University
John Fischer- Miami Hamilton
Jake Shields- Case Western Reserve University
Garrett Combs –Transylvania University
The Cincinnati Riverbats are proud members of the American Amateur Baseball Congress.