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Welcome to the Pythons Baseball Club! - Inspiring and Instilling Success™

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.


Tryouts and Registration for 2015 Pre and Spring Season is Now Open

Tryouts are running through January for our Spring Season.  Please go to our registration page to register for a tryout for our Premier (Full Time) or Classic (Sundays Only) programs.

The Pythons will be running our 3rd annual 2-week Spring Season tune-up program from January 12th - 24th.  This program is designed to get our players back in shape and up to speed with our program prior to the beginning of the Spring season.  The program will include conditioning, field practices, batting practices and a scrimmage or two.  All practices and games will be conducted under the supervision of our professional coaching staff.  This program is only open to those players who have registered and paid for one of our Spring 2015 programs.  Please click on the link below to register. 

Registration Open for Spring 2015 Classic Program for Rec. Ball Players

The Pythons Baseball Club is launching a unique new program for the Spring of 2015 that enables higher level players to participate in both rec. ball programs and the Pythons.  The “Pythons Classic” program will begin in February with a couple of Sunday practices and then the teams will begin play in the Sunday CCYB League through Memorial Day.  We will work closely with local rec. leagues on our scheduling to make sure that there are no conflicts.  We will also closely follow pitch count and rest rules, to make sure the players are not overused and that they are available to pitch in their rec. ball games.  The plan is to run this program until rec. ball all-star season begins.

The Pythons Classic teams may also play in a couple of tournaments that do not conflict with their rec. ball season.

The program is geared for the more advanced rec. ball player who wants to stay sharp by playing on Sunday’s very competitive Python baseball under the supervision of our professional coaching staff.  This program enables players and families to also continue to have that great rec. ball experience with dads coaching their boys playing together with their classmates, neighbors and church friends.  We will be running Python Classic teams for 9u-13u players. 

In addition to the Classic teams, we will be running a developmental 8u team, which will meet every Sunday to work on developing baseball skills that will enable our young players to excel in their rec. ball program.  Like our other programs, one of our professional coaches will be working with our players.  When out 8u coach feels his players are ready for competition, we will arrange some competitive game situations for the team. 

Please click on the registration link below for additional information.

Registration open for Pythons 2015 Spring Premier Full-Time Program

Our 8u-17u teams will be playing a combination of Sunday CCYB games and optional tournaments.  Each player will have the opportunity to participate in 4-6 sessions per week on local Tustin and Irvine fields.  These sessions include; team field practices, scrimmages, intra-squad and CCYB games and/or training workouts (batting cages, pitcher/catcher, conditioning sessions, etc.). 

Our High School Program begins in June after the HS season ends for players 14-17u 

For the past 2 years every graduate of the Pythons who has tried out for their high school team has made that team and many of our alumni are among the very best players at their high school.

When you compare our fees to other professionally coached Clubs and factor in how many days and hours of quality practices and competitive games our program offers, it becomes evident of how much of a value our program is. Please click on the registration link below for additional information.

2014 Awards Dinner

Dec. 8, 2014 - Pythons players, coaches and families gathered together for our 2nd Annual Awards dinner and silent auction, celebrating our 2014 spring, summer and fall seasons at the beautiful Trabuco Ballroom @ the Arroyo Trabuco golf Club in Mission Viejo Ca.  After a great slide show presentation highlighting 2014, our coaches were introduced and after a terrific dinner, our coaches introduced our 2014 award winners.

Awards were given to each team in 3 categories; Nails for the toughest go to guy, Pitcher of the Year and Most Valuable Player.

9u Blue “Nails” – Gavin Lee, 9u Blue “Pitcher of the Year” – Joshua Greenberg, 9u Blue “MVP” – Aidan McCarthy, 9u Red “Nails”  – Miles White, 9u Red “Pitcher of the Yea” – Logan de Groot, 9u Red “MVP” – Aidan McCarthy, 10u “Nails” – Micah Harris, 10u “Pitcher of the Year” – Daniel O’Hanlon, 10u “MVP” – Brady Tallakson, 11u “Nails” – Keller Meyer, 11u “Pitcher of the Year” – Alex Novak, 11u “MVP” – Jackson Zambo, 12u “Nails” – Zack McAlister, 12u “Pitcher of the Year – Paul Murrow, 12u “MVP – Daniel Ladd, 13u “Nails” – Patrick Ladd, 13u “Pitcher of the Year – MJ Gabaldon, 13u “MVP – Aaron Firth, High School “Nails”  – Alex Rivas, High School “Pitcher of the Year – David Kotin, High School “MVP – Jeffrey Pyne

In addition to the player awards, Johnathan Kennedy received the 2014 Assistant Coach of the Year Award, Chris Smith received the 2014 Rookie Coach of the Year Award and John Sothern received the 2014 Coach of the Year Award.

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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

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