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2019 Legacy Select Baseball

By Chase, 11/29/17, 7:45AM EST


Legacy Select Baseball Organization (LBO) is set to kick off the 2018/19 summer season with tryouts beginning in July. As LBO enters their third year, they are committed to offering the most dynamic curriculum, instruction and facilities in the state of Michigan. Athletes will have the opportunity to train hands on with LBO’s premier coaching staff to build on their baseball fundamentals for age groups 8U through 18U.

Legacy Baseball Organization offers numerous benefits to their players in order to enhance every aspect of their game; some of which include a dynamic off season training program and a long toss program. Both programs utilize Legacy’s 15,000 sq. ft. Baseball Training facility and indoor turf facilities. Players will then transition outdoors, taking advantage of the new Baseball Complex.

This brand new complex will be made up of six multi use playing surfaces made up of four fields with 250 ft. fences, a premier little league field and a collegiate regulation baseball stadium. This state of the art facility will be home to the Legacy Baseball Organization. When asked about what the development means to both organizations, Director of Baseball, Ryan Ford, commented, "It's an opportunity to take our off season training outside in live competition on our own campus.  We are very excited to provide a great experience for tournaments, leagues, and practice for our own teams. Our goal is to take our athletes to the next level and we believe having access to facilities such as these will allow us to do so."

The new facility will be topped off with 250 additional parking spots that will also include a designated drop off area for added athlete safety. The complex is approved for game play lighting, but the addition of these fixtures will be determined at a later date. “The Legacy Team is excited to continue to live out our mission of providing a world class experience in a year round, multi-sport environment.” Rodney Goble, Managing Partner of the Legacy Center had to add about the project.

For more information about Legacy Baseball or tryout information, please visit or contact Director of Baseball, Ryan Ford, directly at