Welcome to the Summer 2011 14U Virginia Renegades!   

The 14U Renegades program is an advanced baseball program that prepares middle school players for high school and beyond.

Our goal is to provide an advanced environment for current 14U players, from all over the Greater Washington and Northern Virginia Area, to play high-level, competitive baseball in a culture where player development comes first. We will try to win, but foremost on our agenda will be the growth of the players baseball skills, attitude, teamwork, sportsmanship, and life skills.

We play an active schedule between practices, local NVTBL league games and travel tournaments. Over the Spring and Summer of this year we anticipate playing approximately 60 games including 7-8 tournaments. One of the high points of our season will be our week long tournament in Cooperstown NY.

We are holding winter workouts to help us to prepare for the upcoming season. We started in December and run through March, focusing on Hitting, Pitching, Strength and Agility.

We are proud of all of our teammates and we are looking forward to an exciting and challenging season of baseball!

We are always looking for motivated and dedicated players. If you or someone you know is interested in joining us please have them fill out our prospect form.

Runner Up at the 2011 14U Cooperstown Baseball World Tournament!

The Virginia Renegades fought hard by coming back after losing their first two games at Cooperstown to reach the finals. 

The Renegades' run included a dramatic 4-3 victory in the quarter final game over a very strong Quincy Redstockings team from Boston. A game winning 3 run home run by Charlie Simmons in the 5th inning brought the Renegades back from being down 2-1. In addition a great relay from deep centerfield by Charlie to Jackson Parthasarathy to Joey Larimer to cut down the potential tying run at 3rd base in the final inning clinched the game. 

In the Championship game the Renegades found themselves up 5-2 going into the final inning. After a couple of singles the Renegades were in good shape on a routine ground ball to second. Unfortunately it took a wicked hop over the second baseman's head. Now with the  score 5-4 and two out again another routine ground ball to short again took an unbelievable hop over his head and the South Shore Baseball Club tied the game at 5. South Shore prevailed in extras 6-5.  An unfortunate outcome but non the less a great performance by the Renegades. Congratulations to the Renegades!