The Yankees Baseball Club is a high level travel ball organization out of Marietta, GA. The coaching staff consists of numerous years of collegiate, professional, and even Major League experience. We are very excited about this opportunity, and to see the growth of our players and program to the next level.
Yankees Baseball Club is committed to providing a positive environment for young men who aspire to higher education, and or professional baseball within the framework of competition. It is a program for players to improve their skills through instructions and by playing against highly competitive teams throughout the country.
The Yankees are dedicated to maintaining a foundation based on teamwork, goodwill, developing relations in the community, hard work, and accountability with the goal to develop the players in athletics and life. We also understand that participation on an athletic team demands a commitment that involves both dedication and sacrifice. We appreciate that commitment from both players and parents, and take that very seriously.
Played football & baseball at Southwest DeKalb.
Atlanta Dugout Club Baseball player of the year 1979.
1978 HS Parade All-American Football Selection
Signed a baseball & football scholarship with Auburn University in 1979.
Graduated Auburn with a Bachelors Degree in Education.
Drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 1983
Primarily works with infielders, outfielders, and hitting.
10+ years of high level coaching experience.
Seattle Mariners 10th-round draft selection in 1980 out of West Columbus High School in Cerro Gordo, N.C.
Notorious in all levels of baseball for base-running and speed.
Played in the Major League for the San Francisco Giants, Baltimore Orioles, and Seattle Mariners.
Played in the famous earthquake 1989 World Series between the Oakland A's and San Francisco Giants.
Primarily works with outfield, hitting, & base-running.
10+ years of coaching.
Native of Canton, GA., who played for the East Cobb Yankees.
Electrical Engineering Student at Kennesaw State University.
4 Year Letter Winner as catcher at Cherokee High School
Under Armour Team One All-Southeast Region in 2014.
Current Assistant Coach for the 18u East Cobb Yankees.
Primarily works with catchers, hitters, and pitchers.
Nick Scherer is in his 12th year as the director of baseball operations for the Georgia Tech program.
Native of Roswell, Ga., who played for the East Cobb Yankees in 2001-2003.
Went on to graduate from Georgia Tech with a degree in management in December 2007.
Scherer has also served as an assistant coach for the East Cobb Yankees since 2007.
Primarily works with catchers, hitters, and infielders.