Baseball U PA
Baseball U PA is the leading travel baseball organization in the state of Pennsylvania representing 8u-18u teams. We are part of the Baseball U family based out of West Long Branch, NJ. There are 6 Baseball U programs including Baseball U CT, Baseball U MD, Baseball U NJ, Baseball U NJ North, Baseball U NY, and Baseball U PA. All of our teams coordinate and collaborate to support and our players and the Baseball U Organization.
Mission, Excellence, Community, & Advancement
To provide the most elite training, quality practices, rigorous competition, and college and professional exposure alike. To prepare our players for the next level (junior high, junior varsity, varsity, college, and/or professional). To teach our players the importance of hard work, respect, responsibility, dedication, friendship, and service to our community through volunteer and community service projects.
Established in 2005 as Scranton Miners Baseball, Baseball U PA has achieved monumental success on the field competing against the most paramount competiton in the country. Nationally recognized as one of the top programs in the nation, Baseball U is committed to doing things the right way for all our players and families. Thus, there is an expectation of excellence that comes with playing for Baseball U PA which is garnered and embraced by our players, families, coaches, and staff alike through our commitments and codes of conduct.
Community & Service
Our players are not only leaders on the field, but also advocates and promoters of community and service off the field. All players participate in community service projects and embrace leadership roles in their schools, communities, and faiths fostering the importance of acceptance, concern, and fellowship for a most well-rounded and abundant life.
We are honored to have had the opportunity to work with our families and promote our players to colleges and universities all over the country. With a reputation of developing players for the highest level of competition, we have seen over 700 of our players continue on to collegiate baseball, earn millions of dollars in scholarship money, and have had 128 players drafted including 10 in the first round since 2006.