North Coast Reds Baseball Club is a premier college development program ("CDP") for high school players having the ability to play college and/or professional baseball. The CDP consists of high school players who are D1 college prospects or have the tools to develop into a D1 player.
Last summer, our 16U Elite team won the prestigious Perfect Game Memorial Day Tournament in Phoenix and had a very successful summer season. This Fall, our 16U Elite team showed well at the Perfect Game Evo Shield World Series and the Under Armour So Cal Classic establishing the program as one of the top high school showcase programs in Northern California. In the summer of 2015, we will have 15U and 16U national level teams.
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ST. MARY'S GETS VERBAL FROM LOCAL BLUE CHIP 2017 PROSPECT GIO DIAZ
Gio Diaz (2017, Heritage HS, Brentwood, CA) MI/RHP has verballed to St. Mary's. Greg Redmond, North Coast Reds' Director of Baseball said, "Diaz is super athletic and I expect would be a legit two-way player for the Gaels." He added, "Diaz is very versatile and is a dynamic player with a lot of tools." Diaz is the 6th Reds' player to receive a D1 offer and he will join longtime travel ball teammates Nick Sparks, Nick Simmons and JJ Barnett in Moraga.
NORTH COAST REDS 16U ELITE GOES 3-0 IN UNDER ARMOUR SO CAL CLASSIC SHOWCASE
North Coast Reds went 3-0 at the Under Armour So Cal Showcase knocking off Southern Nevada, Thunder Sox Baseball Club and CBA Marucci. The Reds pitching staff allowed 2 runs in 3 showcase games and got top starting pitching from Santiago Cantu (RHP 2017 Patterson High School), Matt Mead (RHP 2017 Campolindo HIgh School) and Ricky Fernandez (RHP 2016 De Anza High School). read more >>
NORTH COAST REDS TIE FOR FIRST IN BRACKET AT PERFECT GAME EVOSHIELD UNDERCLASS WORLD SERIES
The North Coast Reds 16U tied for 1st place in their bracket at the Perfect Game Evoshield Underclass World Series in Phoenix but failed to advance to the playoff round by losing a tie breaker by 1 run. "We played very well and just came up a little short," said Greg Redmond, Director of Reds' Baseball. The Reds gave up 4 runs in 3 round robin games including two shutout wins. read more >>