OPEN TRYOUT – May 28th, 2018

The Inland Valley Baseball Association will host an open tryout/ workout on Memorial Day (Monday, May 28) at Citrus College at 4 p.m.

There are still remaining roster spots that need to be filled on our three teams. If you’re interested in playing for the Inland Valley Baseball Association please come by and showcase your skills to be signed for the 2018 summer season.

In addition to the open tryout starting at 4 p.m. the Pirates and Bucs will have their practices at 4 p.m. and should get there at 3:45 to talk about the season and warm up.

Payment for the upcoming season will be due on Memorial Day.

Players are invited to showcase their abilities to the coaching staffs of both the Pirates and Bucs.


The Inland Valley Baseball Association is one of the premiere collegiate baseball programs in Southern California after another successful season. The Association is proud to field one team in the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League and one in the Sunset Baseball League.

The Pirates were the Sunset League runners-up in 2016. The Pirates qualified for the NBC World Series and established their national footprint in 2015. The Pirates went 26-8 in 2014 and won a share of the SCCBL regular season championship under the reign of Charlie Reynoso.

The Buccaneers finished 18-13 in the ultra competitive SCCBL in 2016. In 2015 and fell in the SCCBL Semifinals. With Manager Kevin Bowler at the helm, the Bucs are headed in the right direction for many years to come.

Colleges represented include: Cal State Fullerton, Hawaii, Houston Baptist, Iowa, Long Beach State, Louisiana Tech, Oregon, Texas Tech, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal Baptist, Azusa Pacific, San Francisco State and Cal State San Bernardino.


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