We are glad you found us. The Pythons Baseball Club™ is one of the most impressive and successful club sports organizations in Southern California. Your kids deserve more and we deliver more than being just another Baseball Club.
The Pythons are a local baseball organization staffed by high school and college coaches, assisted by college players who are committed to preparing our members for high school baseball by providing great competitive training and game situations.
All of us want the best for our children, which when it comes to baseball means going beyond, "Daddyball" or recreation baseball teams. In the Pythons organization your son receives a fair shake. He is taught by winning coaches, who understand the importance of learning real skills, not real attitudes. Team play is essential; fair play is expected every day. Simply put, our program’s goal is to assist each member to become the best baseball player they can, as well as strive to make them better citizens.
The Irvine Pythons Baseball Club is a registered non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization.
Thanksgiving Weekend, 2015 – The Irvine Pythons 14u team went 5-1 in winning the Silver Bracket of the 2015 Cranberry Classic Tournament. The Pythons emerged from a large field to win the bracket over teams from New Mexico, California and Nevada.
May 25, 2019, Riverside CA – The Irvine Pythons combined our 13 and 14u teams and entered the USSSA Memorial Day Tournament in the 14u Majors Division. For most of the players, this was the first tournament that they played on a regulation size 60’/90’ field. Great pitching, timely hitting and a very good defensive lead to Coach John Sothern and Coach Eric Smith’s team to win the Silver Division 1st place trophy in this very competitive tournament
Combined 13/14u Team Wins USSSA 14u Majors Silver Bracket
Your kids will be working with some of the best coaches in town; Coaches who know how to grow your player into a real baseball player. If you want to learn about our coaches check them out. CHECK OUT THE COACHES - CLICK HERE