ELITE TRAVEL TOURNAMENT BASEBALL TEAMS
Sean and Tommy Coyle started training at the Academy when they were seven and eight years old. Very few players have the work ethic of the Coyle brothers. Tommy was the starting second baseman for University of North Carolina until he was drafted in June 2012 and signed a contract with the Tampa Bay Rays. Tommy made the New York Penn League All Star Team in his first season of pro ball! Sean was drafted in 2010 in the 3rd round and signed a contract with the Boston Red Sox for $1.3 Million! Sean has already made a spring training appearance with the Red Sox and is now in Class A Advanced Carolina League.
Michael Gibbs from Roxborough High School started training with us at the age of thirteen and was throwing in the mid 90's by his junior year of high school. Michael was drafted by the Montreal Expos out of high school, but opted to attend college at VCU. During his collegiate career he was also drafted by the Atlanta Braves and finally by the Colorado Rockies, whom he signed with.
Every year, the Doylestown Intelligencer publishes their "All Intel Team." In 2009, out of the 24 players selected to the first and second teams, 11 of those players had trained at All American Baseball Academy since the age of 11 or 12. The selections were made by the local sportswriters who cover our region. Year after year, our players continue to establish themselves as the most accomplished and dominant baseball players in Southeastern Pennsylvania. There is no substitute for high quality, professional hitting, fielding, pitching and catching instruction. The sportswriters didn't ask the players where they trained. They watched them perform throughout the baseball season and recognized their level of skill and talent. What better proof could there be? (We also had 6 additional players on the Bucks Courier Times Gold Team). In 2011, we had 23 players who trained with us selected to their respective All League teams. In 2012, that number rose to 25.
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