BlueChip Baseball

BlueChip Baseball is all about competitive baseball and College Recruiting.    We offer players a significant opportunity to be seen by college coaches.  Most of our events for high school players are focused on showcase events that are more likely to be attended by college coaches.   We place a very high percentage of our graduating players in college baseball.

BlueChip Warriors


"BlueChip Warriors" are our players that never give up!
These are the players that may not have played at their high school, may have been cut (even years ago), may have taken time off from baseball (lost their love for the game)...  CLICK HERE

Work Study Program

BlueChip is now offering a work study program for families that need some assistance to get their son the opportunity they need to get to college baseball.  CLICK HERE for more info.


Colorado Baseball Academy

Congratulatioins
Colorado 18u State Champions - 2016!


2017 Cactus Classic Champions - AZ



The BlueChip Difference

BlueChip was founded on some basic principles:
  • Baseball can be more affordable.
  • Our Coaches treat players with respect.
  • Teach the game and keep it positive.
  • Keep the parents involved and create community as it's a lot more fun this way!
  • All players have the same goal - to play college baseball, so they all need time to showcase their talents.
  • Focus our schedules around promoting the players!
  • Play in events that make the most sense financially while maximizing exposure for our players.
  • Travel enough to create exposure for the players as affordably as possible.
  • Our rosters size is 14 or 15 depending on pitcher only players so that everyone plays.
  • Put enough pitchers and catchers on each team so that no player is put under too much pressure to carry the load.  We don't believe in playing a 40-50 game schedule without 8 or more pitchers.  
  • Overworking your pitchers is never worth it in the long run
  • These are the memories that players (and parents) will have for the rest of their lives so let's make this FUN!
  • Invite College coaches to our camps to watch and evaluate our players. 
  • Help parents and players understand the recruiting process.  This understanding can save thousands of dollars and relieve anxiety around the process.
  • Introduce players and parents to the terminology and process through which colleges follow players.
  • Make as many introductions to colleges as we can for each player.
If your son is losing his love of the game, try BlueChip.  There is nothing better than watching a player regain his passion for baseball.  THAT SMILE on your son's face says it all!


 
Congratulations

Blue Chip Players 
2014 Amateur MLB Draft

Brock Burke - 3rd Round Tampa Bay
Ryan Kokora - 35th Round Atlanta

BlueChip Baseball
Summer, Fall & Winter Teams
Exposure Baseball

13u - 18u

Positive Approach / Lower Pricing
College Recruiting Focus

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BlueChip - College Camps

At BlueChip we take the college recruiting process very seriously.  We offer 4 or more camps each year for our players.
At each camp we bring in 6-10 college coaches for the weekend to instruct and evaluate the players at the camp.

Take a listen to some recruiting advice from our most recent camps in Phoenix, AZ.

   
 
Player Centered Approach

MLB Draftees
Brock Burke - 3rd Tampa Bay
Ryan Kokora - 35th Atlanta


College Commits


Class of 2018 Class of 2017 Class of 2016 Class of 2015
Sage Hudson - Dakota State Jadon Uhrich - Scottsdale CC Jordan Keanini - Arizona Western Joe Jachimiak - Univ of the Sciences
Spencer Gendreau - Scottsdale CC Wilson Reynard - Fullerton College Luke Duggan - New Mexico MI
Tanner Solomon - Wayland Baptist Landon Ewing - SW Nazarene Adam Tulley - Metro State University
Jake Stine - Des Moines CC Bryson Wells - Adams State Tyler Barker - Eastern New Mexico 
Hayden Klibbe - Dakota State Andrew Donovan - Texas Permian Basin Matt Ayala - Mesa CC, AZ
Andrew Low - Lakeland College Ben Drenth - Scottsdale CC Zac Gasaway - Univ. of San Francisco
Tyler LaLiberty - Glendale CC Will Morley - Adams State Dayne Rowley - Metro State University
Nick Hackney - NE Community College Chase Ottofy - South Mountain JC, AZ Pono Anderson - University of Hawaii
Jake Kleszczynski - Viterbo University  Kyler Paterson - Harper College, IL Codi Heuer - Wichita State
Adam Braude - Concordia Nick Goehring - Univ of Dallas Will Dixon - Colorado Mesa
Evan Wissen - George Fox Josh Gregory - Colorado School of Mines
Connor Young - Univ of the Sciences Preston Snavely - Wichita State Class of 2014
Justan Zamora - Adams State Colton Timmons - Missouri Valley
Race Traynor - Ottawa Ryan Kokora - Campbell (NC) Jake Engelhart - School of Mines
Cade Laudenschlager - Concordia Chicago Ryan Frankel - Pasadena City College Dylan Formby - Crowder College
Joseph Chavira - Antelope Valley College Ryne Lenz - McCook CC Jack Strunc - Washington State
Jared Costello - Paradise Valley CC Jacob Padilla - New Mexico Highlands Preston Riley - York, NE
Ethan Keaveney - Wayland Baptist Justus Martin - US Merchant Marine
Travis Roberts - Phoenix College Ryan Kokora - Hawaii Pacific University
Luke Bartholomew - Mary-Hardin Baylor Kyle Brown - Paradise Valley CC, AZ
Noah Schoenhardt - Clarke Adam Abudallah - Air Force Academy
Jake Johnson - Mesa CC Sam Reed - Colorado School of Mines
Sam Helms - Lewis & Clark Brock Burke - University of Oregon
Emery Miller - George Fox Sean Cunningham - Claremont McKenna
Jordan Gonzales - Lewis & Clark
Tate Meyer - LA Valley Class of 2013
Noah Myhre - LA Valley Phillip Cruz - Kansas Weslyan
Chris Rico - LA Valley Ben Martinez - Otero JC