Upon the formation of their inaugural AAU Teams, Baseball Unlimited had a series of goals in mind: to provide their players with high-level instruction, a forum to compete against the best while showcasing their abilities and to mentally and physically prepare each player for high school baseball and beyond. Baseball Unlimited has very talented and experienced staff will draw from their collegiate and professional experiences to teach each player the fundamentals of the game, and in the process, make certain of proper player development.Our player development program will teach each player the fundamentals of the game while working with each player on an individual level to improve strengths and weaknesses. Along with player development on an instructional level, the Baseball Unlimited Tigers will compete against top tier talent, challenging each player mentally and physically. Our teaching approach is designed to instill player confidence and emphasizes gamesmanship, hustle, hard work and a winning attitude that will allow the Tigers to succeed in all aspects of their lives.
Currently our AAU teams are seeing significant success with our 13u squad finishing the season 6th out of 77, and our 14u team finishing 8th out of 55. Our 15u team finished 4th out of 25 teams and will be playing in the league final four on Sunday August 2nd at Curry College.
Baseball Unlimited offers some of the most inclusive training in the nation, with year round practice and lessons. Baseball Unlimited offers a full, physical, mental, and visual experience with personalized uniforms with the same iconic purple and gold colors of the LSU Tigers NCAA program. Baseball Unlimited's training program is one of the strongest training programs in the nation and continues to turn out talented players who go on to great things year after year.
In 2016 The Tigers 16u team will be in a 16u only league, ensuring for the most challenging and fair competition at that level.
Beginning in 2016 the BBU Tigers will be playing in the NEBL instead of NEAAU.
Tryouts for the 2016 Baseball Unlimited Tigers NEBL teams, 13-18u will be held on the following dates:
*PLEASE NOTE, INTERESTED PLAYERS NEED ONLY ATTEND ONE DAY FOR INITIAL TRYOUT, BUT MAY BE ASKED TO RETURN AT A LATER DATE FOR A SECOND ROUND OF TRYOUT*
Saturday, September 26th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Sunday, September 27th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Saturday, October 3rd (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Sunday, October 4th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Saturday, October 10th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Sunday, October 11th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Saturday October 17th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Sunday, October 18th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Saturday, October 24th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
Sunday, October 25th (Noon-2pm All Ages)
We will be holding tryouts for 13u, 14u, 15u, 16u and 18u. If enough interest is garnered we will also field a 12u team.
*A one time tryout fee of $50.00 will apply.
*To schedule a semi-private tryout please call Baseball Unlimited.
*Due to limited roster space and the popularity of the Baseball Unlimited program, we advise attending an earlier tryout rather than a later one in the fall.
*Tryouts will be held at Baseball Unlimited HQ at 55 Athletic Field Rd. in Waltham, MA or across the street at the baseball fields, weather permitting.
*Please note, all players, including returning players are required to try out again so that we know you will be returning. Also if you're moving up to the next level as well.
*For 12u, 13u, and 14u games will begin the first week of April and conclude in late July. Please be advised of this prior to trying out for any of our AAU teams. 15u and above games will begin in early June and conclude in early August. Please note that any players competing at the high school varsity level will be given allowance to compete for their high school teams until their seasons conclude.
*The eligibility cut off date for all players' DOB is May 1st. (i.e. if a player wishing to try out for the 13u team, turns 14 before May 1st, he will not be eligible and must try out for the 14u team)
To download and fill out a player information form, please click here