Player Development Academy
The Academy provides the training, competition, resources, and environment to take your game as far as possible.
The Player Development Academy includes:
High-level workouts with qualified instructors and daily competition
2 top local tournaments and 3 weekend doubleheaders
2 Academy Service Days
College Academic & Recruiting Advisory Night featuring current and former college coaches
An offseason training plan to carry you from the end of the program to the first day of spring practice
RBI Austin swag
Look closer at the schedule here.
Where Do You Want to Go?
If you put in the work, our coaches will help you accurately assess your options and find a place to land at the next level. Since 2018, RBI Austin's Academy and Regional Teams have helped 15 players land on the college baseball team of their choice, including:
6 NCAA Division 1 commits
5 NCAA Division 2 commits
2 NCAA Division 3 commits
3 Junior College commits
3 NAIA commits
"A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives."
Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers Hall of Famer
Who Do You Want to Be?
We'll help you get where you want to go, but at some point, every athlete hangs up the uniform. No matter what you accomplish between the lines, the things you learn on the field – how to practice, compete, and be a strong teammate – are a waste of time if they don't prepare you to be a better husband, father, employee, and citizen.
Players can't afford to wait until they're done playing to figure out who they are and what they're about off the ballfield. With that in mind, we use baseball to teach players how to grow consistent character, whole hearts, and thriving relationships.
Read more about how the Player Development Academy prepares players to live a life of purpose.
RBI Austin is a faith-based chapter of Major League Baseball's RBI program, an international network of affiliates providing competitive, cost-effective, community-driven baseball and softball programming that prepares players for life beyond the diamond.
Don't let the low cost or higher purpose fool you — RBI kids can play ball.
Chicago White Sox RBI alum Ed Howard '20 was just drafted in the 1st round of the 2020 MLB draft.
Atlanta RBI alum Michael Harris '19 recently worked his way up to the big league Summer Camp roster of the Atlanta Braves just one year after getting drafted out of high school.
RBI Austin competed alongside these players at the 2018 edition of Major League Baseball's RBI World Series.
Ed Howard, 2020 1st-round draft pick and Chicago White Sox RBI alum
Originally standing for Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities, RBI intends to make playing opportunities more accessible to minorities and lower/middle-income communities.
Our programs will always be designed for players and families, leaving you satisfied with the experience, the results, and the price tag.
We also provide options for players to fundraise their registration costs, so that no player is held back by finances.