Tryouts for our 2016-17 9U team were held on Sunday June 12, 2016 at Utah Park (3191 S. Utah St. Arlington, VA 22206). Call-backs for some players are happening now. After all call-backs are evaluated, results and invitations will be sent.
Tryouts for our 2016-17 10U team will be held during the week of July 11th.
Tryouts for our 2016-17 11-12U teams will be held during the week of July 18th.
Timeslots will be assigned using the registration system. This is not a walk-on event--parents must register their players. If you have questions please visit our FAQs section on left side of page. Any additional questions can be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-801-6297.
Arlington Travel Baseball's mission is to provide youth baseball players in Arlington County, Virginia, an opportunity to acquire superior skills through higher levels of competition. Teams are composed of 9U through 12U players who love baseball and want to develop their skills and understanding of the game. Additionally we operate an 8U Academy for players who want to develop their baseball skills as well as prepare them for the challenges of competitive baseball through fundamental training.
Our culture is all about positive player development, instilling a lifelong love of baseball and emphasizing "safety first." ATB coaches and parents are expected to model positive sportsmanship, teamwork and cooperation, and follow a code of conduct emphasizing this. ATB players are also required to abide by a code of conduct. ATB requires PCA training for our coaches and encourages parents to take the training.
Arlington Travel Baseball is a year round program however our players are required to play in Arlington Little League (ALL) or Cal Ripken Babe Ruth (CRBR) during the Spring Season. Our goal is to minimize conflicts between ATB and ALL/CRBR practices and games, and we will work with the players’ ALL/CRBR coaches in an effort to achieve this goal.
“All-around great experience - we're looking forward to next season.” (10U parent)
“Enjoyed getting to know the other players and families – great group of people.” (12U parent)
“With most organizations, if you don’t get onto the 8U team, forget about trying out later—all the spots are already taken! But not at ATB! Very fair assessment process. It has been a wonderful experience for my son.” (11U parent)
“My son learned a ton and had a great experience.” (10U parent)
“I was a little hesitant to let [my son] play on a "travel" team at this age, but turns out my concerns were not an issue. . . It is a great group of boys and parents.” (9U parent)
“Our ATB experience has been outstanding. ATB does it the right way with emphasis on instruction and learning the game instead of winning at all costs.” (9U parent)
People are talking about our ATB coaching!
“It was a good group of kids with great coaches who taught a lot of baseball but also kept it fun.” (10U parent)
“ATB got it right by incorporating paid coaches who don't have kids on the team! This is something very unique to ATB and I feel worked positively in creating a very fair and successful team.” (9U parent)
“I appreciated the efforts of ATB throughout the season to provide additional training to the team: hitting/pitching clinics, and general skills enhancement taught by outside instructors.” (9U parent)
“The opportunity for repetition in instruction and game play is essential to development, and ATB does a terrific job of providing such opportunities and supporting player growth.” (11U parent)
“The coaching was excellent and [my son] learned something every time we got together for a practice or a game.” (12U parent)
“Coaching was excellent. It was a perfect fit for our son.” (10U parent)