"We are brothers and take care of each other,
We respect the game and our name,
We work hard to be the best above all the rest,
We stay first class on and off the field,
We is better than me and we are family,
We are DB STRONG"
9u(13)-highland heights cougars (0) to reach the championship game. Will finish the championship game tomorrow at noon in continuation 4-1!
Welcome to the Diamond Boys Baseball Club. The Diamond Boys were established in 1996 as a highly competitive baseball team for talented student-athletes. Our goal has and always will be to help our players become better athletes, better people, and provide the opportunity to showcase their talents to both college and professional scouts through league and tournament play. We pride ourselves on the player development we provide. We will work hard to develop our players into fine young men, both on and off the field, and prepare them for the road ahead!
"Every day, I have the opportunity to teach the game of baseball, there is nothing better than having a job where you can do what you love. Over the years I have been very fortunate to surround myself with players and coaches who have the same love of the game. Diamond Boys Baseball Club was established in 1996, and has been built by hard work, dedication and a passion for the game. In return, I have made life long friends and memories. Many former players have returned as coaches to continue the legacy of Diamond Boys Baseball. The satisfaction of watching young players develop their skills and mature into fine young men is indescribable. Our goal is to assist our players to be the best they can be on and off the field. Together, we will advance this proven formula for success and continue to be the top baseball club in the region."
Ken Wilson, Founder of Diamond Boys
Matt will further his education and play baseball at Ohio St on a baseball scholarship.
Nate will be heading to Alabama to further his education and play baseball on baseball scholarship.
Andrew will further his education and play baseball at the Univ of Virginia on a baseball scholarship