PLAYER NEEDING A TEAM

Iowa USSSA Baseball offers a player a source to post credentials for teams needing a player and also a source for teams posting openings for players needing a team.

2022 Season starts August 1, 2021

Player looking for a team:  Complete and email the PLAYER NEEDING A TEAM form below and Iowa USSSA Office will post your request

PLAYER NEEDING A TEAM

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August 27, 2021
Andrew Daugherty
9U
AA
Waukee
Andrew has played baseball for 5 years, with the last two years playing tournament ball with the Waukee Whalers. The team is dissolving which is why we’re looking. His bday is 5/4 so he can play either 9U or 10U for the 2022 season. He played 9U last year. Andrew throws left handed and mostly bats right. He’s played mostly 3rd, short and outfield, although he’s started doing some pitching.

Sarah Daugherty
515-249-1461
sarah.daugherty24@gmail.com

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August 16, 2021
Beau Thomas
9U
A/AA
Des Moines
Played 2 years player pitch league. Has been working out at Game Ready to improve skills. Very coachable and wants to improve.

Pat Thomas
515-321-0308
patthomas234@gmail.com

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July 16, 2021
Kellan Wiese
9U
A/AA/AAA
Ankeny
Looking for an Ankeny Area 9U team...Kellan has been around baseball for a number of years and frequently practices with his older siblings 12U Ankeny Tomahawks team. 

Previous Baseball:
Ankeny Little League
Little League All Stars 

Knows how to play every position with exception to catcher and has done some pitching. 


Shane Wiese
515-201-0685
weise_shane@yahoo.com

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