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Sluggers Tournament Teams

Regular Season 2021 Spring/Summer
2021 Spring/Summer x Regular Season

About Green Bay Sluggers Tournament Teams:

All Green Bay East Side Youth Baseball players are strongly encouraged to try out for The Green Bay Sluggers tournament teams.  Please understand the “Tournament Teams” are designed for players who have a strong desire to learn and play baseball in a more competitive environment.  The tournament program emphasizes developing players on the fundamental skills of baseball and helping these players continue to get better each year.

  • All Sluggers tournament team players MUST play in the GBESYB League.
  • There are teams available at every level from 7U through 12U.  7U and 8U will be machine pitch.
  • Training may start after the GBESYB Fall League has completed.  Most teams do not start training/practicing until January or later (coach’s discretion).
  • The number of tournaments a team plays in is decided by the coaching staff (approximately 4 – 7 tournaments per year). 
  • Tournament season typically starts in May and runs through July.
  • Tournaments are generally within an hour from Green Bay.   Some tournaments may involve more travel.
  • Each tournament will have its own schedule format.  Most tournaments guarantee three games and possibly up to six depending on the number of teams registered.  Tournaments may extend the entire weekend, Friday night through Sunday.
  • Commitment to attending practices and tournaments is required (we do understand there are exceptions).  Playing time is earned, not given.
  • Typically, player fees range from $300 - $600, which includes uniforms, off-season training, and tournaments (additional travel expenses are possible).
  • There are fundraising opportunities to help offset player fees associated with playing tournament baseball. 
  • Please note, league and tournament baseball are very different. League is a recreational atmosphere focused on improvement and providing opportunities for players to experience different positions. Tournament baseball is a competitive atmosphere where kids are more likely to play positions that best help them grow as baseball players.

Any additional questions or comments can be sent to Mike Callahan.

Tryout Details for the 2022 Green Bay Sluggers Season:


Tryout information:

  • There is no cost to try out.
  • All Sluggers tournament team players MUST play in the GBESYB League.
  • All players will be evaluated and scored thru a variety of pre-determined skill events meant to showcase their individual talent.
    • Players will also be evaluated on hustle, enthusiasm, and desire to play baseball.
  • If we have enough player interest and coaches, we will support multiple teams per age group (teams will have 10 to 12 players per team).  If multiple teams cannot be created, player cuts are possible based on skill level and participation.
  • Within two to three weeks after tryouts, players/parents will be contacted in regards to their status on a team.
  • If there are multiple teams per age group 7U, 8U and 9U will be divided into equal (split) squads.  10U, 11U, and 12U will be split into A and B teams.
  • A $100 non-refundable deposit will be made to Green Bay Sluggers when a player accepts a roster spot on a team. This deposit will go towards player fees or training. 
  • Players should wear baseball pants (sweatpants), bring a glove, bat (optional), helmet, baseball shoes or cleats, water or drink, and anything else they may need.


  • We require each family to volunteer at our annual Sandlot tournament. In addition to any league obligations (each shift is about two hours long).
  • If you do not sign up for shifts or fail to cover your shifts, your player will be ineligible to play the following season.


If your child can not attend the tryout date or time selected for his designated age group, please notify us at to make alternate arrangements and be considered for a tournament team. Makeup tryouts will be held on September 26, 2021. Any additional questions or comments can be sent to Mike Callahan.

We look forward to seeing your player at tryouts.

Mike Callahan