Indiana Twins Announce 12u and 13u Team for 2014

The Indiana Twins are officially announcing a 12u team and a 13u team for 2014. The coaches and tryouts are listed below. If you plan on attending either of these tryouts, please submit a player registration form. The link to that form is below.

12u Indiana Twins
Head Coach – Dodd DeVaney

1st Tryout:
Saturday, August 10th from 9am to 12pm at Indianapolis Sport Park on Diamond 7

2nd and/or Callback Tryout:
Sunday, August 11th from 9am to 12pm at Indianapolis Sports Park on Diamond 7

13u Indiana Twins
Head Coach – Jason Clymore
Asst. Coach – John Reel

1st Tryout:
Saturday, August 10th from 5pm to 8p at Indianapolis Sports Park on Diamond 7

2nd and/or Callback Tryout:
Sunday, August 11th from 5pm to 8pm at Indianapolis Sports Park on Diamond 7

Indianapolis Sports Park Address:
6701 South Harding Street
Indianapolis, IN 46217

Player Registration Form

Indiana Twins Tryouts Announced

The Indiana Twins have officially announced tryouts for the 14u, 16u and 17u teams. Please fill out a player registration form (link below) if you are planning on attending the tryout. Also, if you have specific team related questions, please contact the coach at the email address below or Jason Clymore at jclymore@sbcglobal.net

14u Indiana Twins – Dalton Jones – daltonjjones28@yahoo.com
Saturday, August 3rd from 11am to 2pm at Indianapolis Sports Park
Callbacks, Sunday, August 4th from 11am to 2pm at Indianapolis Sports Park

16u Indiana Twins – Scott Bryan – scottwbryan@aol.com
Sunday, August 4th from 2pm to 5pm at Indianapolis Sport Park
Callbacks, Sunday August 11th from 2pm to 5pm at Speedway HS.

17u Indiana Twins – Ken Schultz – kschultz2770@gmail.com
Saturday, August 3rd from 2pm to 5pm at Indianapolis Sport Park
Callbacks, Saturday, August 10th from 2pm to 5pm at Speedway HS.

Indianapolis Sports Park Address:
6701 South Harding Street
Indianapolis, IN 46217

Speedway HS Address:
5357 West 25th Street
Speedway, IN 46224

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Dalton Jones Named 14u Indiana Twins Head Coach

Dalton Jones has been named the 14u Indiana Twins coach for 2014. Dalton just recently finished his college baseball career at Indiana Tech. Dalton graduated from Avon HS in 2009 where he played baseball all 4 years. He was named to the 2008 and 2009 Hendricks County Team. He was named to the 2009 Hoosier Crossroads Conference Team and the 2009 All West Team. He was also a 2008 Honorable Mention on the Hoosier Crossroads Conference Team.

Dalton was a catcher during his high school and college baseball career and he brings the passion, work ethic, toughness and baseball savvy that catcher’s must have with him as a coach. Those are all traits Dalton will pass on to his Indiana Twins players. We are excited to have Dalton join the Indiana Twins team.

2014 Players and Coaches Wanted

The Indiana Twins currently have a 15u and 16u team. Tryouts for the 2014 16u and 17u teams will be in August. The Twins are also wanting to expand to other age groups. In order to do that, we need great coaches to step up that want to be part of the new and improved version of travel baseball. The Indiana Twins are all about player development. They have an extensive off-season workout program and a utilize the Inner Circle Baseball 7000 square foot facility for those workouts. If you would like to coach a Twins team in 2014, please fill out the below coach’s registration form. If you would like to be a Twins player in 2014, please fill out the below player registration form.

Coach Registraton Form

Player Registration Form

Indiana Twins Baseball Teams Have A New Winter Home

The Indiana Twins are excited to announce that the organization will begin working out at the Inner Circle Baseball facility starting in September 2012. The facility is 7000 square feet and Twins players will have unlimited access to use the facility. Twins players will be able to use the facility for private lessons, group lessons, the winter academy, team workouts and membership access. More information on the location of the facility and what all will be offered out of the facility will be made available later. The Twins are very proud of the development package they have to offer players and this facility will play a huge role in allowing us to execute our development strategy with the space and time available for us to do it the right way.

The Indiana Twins Name Ken Schultz 16u Head Coach

The Indiana Twins are proud to announce that they will have a 16u team in 2013. The 16u team will be coached by Ken Schultz. Coach Schultz is a graduate of North Decatur High School where he was a three sport athlete. He is currently employed with a local Building Materials Manufacturer in Carmel, IN. Coach Schultz has been involved in competitive travel baseball for ten years as a head coach and director of player development.

Coach Schultz’s teams have competed in National Tournaments including, CABA World Championship, USSSA State Tournament, USSSA Nationals, NABF National Championship, and Perfect Game National Tournaments.

One of the strengths Coach Schultz brings to the Indiana Twins is his knowledge of the recruiting process. While not all baseball players land in a Division 1 program, there is a vast opportunity for players to play at the next level. Coach Schultz has seen success in finding the right fit for players both academically and on the baseball field.

2013 Indiana Twins New Team and Coach Info

What Does It Take To Be A Coach For The Indiana Twins?

The Indiana Twins are interested in fielding additional teams in 2013. The goal of the Twins organization is to provide a new and different travel baseball experience that will separate it from the “traditional” offerings out there. In order to reach that goal, the Twins will need very unique coaches and players. Therefore, the Twins organization won’t appeal to the masses, and that is by design. However, with the patience to put the right coaches in place and find the right players to fill our teams, we are totally confident that we will change the definition of the travel baseball experience in Indiana.

How is the Twins organization going to accomplish this goal? We are going to offer an entire player development package. Player development will be at the forefront of everything the Twins do as an organization. The key to successful player development is having proven methods and processes in place and having them implemented by coaches that believe in them and executed by players that buy in to them. In the Twins organization, these methods and processes will be streamlined from the youngest teams to the oldest teams.
Player development in the Twins organization will start at the instructor level and be passed down from the instructors to the coaches, so that the coaches and instructors can work together in the development of the player. We feel like the collaboration between the instructors and coaches is one of the most important elements in our player development process. This is the reason we need special coaches.

We need coaches that either already believe in similar methods and processes as we will teach or coaches that are very dedicated and passionate about learning our methods and processes. We understand that there are various ways to teach all aspects of the game, but we feel like the ways we have adopted for our organization have worked for us as players and as coaches of the game.

More importantly, through an unrivaled passion for the game, we have spent an enormous amount of time and money researching as many different ways to do things as we could so that we could implement the very best ways (in our opinion) to our players. We are very proud of the fact that almost everything we’ve adopted as the best ways are different than the ways we were taught. I think that shows that we are open minded to finding and learning the most up to date and best ways to teach our players and it is crucial that our coaches have a similar mindset.

If you want to coach a Twins team or join the Indiana Twins for the 2013 season, please read the info above on what the Twins are looking for in a coach. If, after you read that, you think you would be a good fit for the Twins organization, please fill out the below form and someone will contact you.

Indiana Twins Coaches Information Form