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Articles For Those New to Travel Baseball

What is Travel Baseball?
Clarkstown Baseball Association provides a cut and dry overview of what travel or elite baseball is and the differences between it and "Recreational" baseball.

Choosing a Youth Travel Baseball Team
This is a great introductory article for those new to the travel baseball scene that can help you narrow down what you are looking for.

Picking the Right Travel Baseball Team
By John Pinkman
Taking a look at Coaches, Mission, costs, size of team and much more.

Overuse Injuries in Youth Baseball
Pitchers aren't the only ones with overuse injuries in baseball. Check out the latest data and prevention tactics.

Pros and Cons of Parent Coaches and Being One Yourself
Parent coaches in travel baseball, good thing or bad thing? Is it a good fit for you?

Youth Sports: Maintaining Reasonable Expectations
What are the chances your kid will play college baseball or softball? Professional baseball or softball? You should read this article.

Where the Elite Kids Shouldn't Meet
By Tim Keown, ESPN Writer
A raw and honest look into Travel / Elite Baseball

Sites, Organizations and Articles We Like

American Legion Baseball
Teams from 50 states, Puerto Rico and Canada. Regional tournaments, State tournaments and a World Series make this one of the most popular baseball organizations around.

Dixie Youth Baseball
They play great baseball and players have an opportunity to play in tournaments and a league World Series. Find a team or start a franchise.

Babe Ruth League Youth Baseball
Great organization and great baseball. This is another option for youth baseball players to continue developing their skills. Start or find a charter here.

Travel Ball Select
Travel Ball News, Forums, Scores, Travel Ball TV and other cool stuff.

Game Changer
Sign your team up, keep stats during the game, track other teams. It's great!

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Travel Baseball Teams in Wyoming

MLB Players from Wyoming

There are 14 baseball players from Wyoming who have made it to the major leagues. There are three who are currently active in the pros: John Buck, Jeremy Horst, and Zach Walters.

John Buck

Catcher John Buck was born in Kemmerer, Wyoming in July 1980. He played Little League in Taylorsville, Utah -- and dreamed big. He and his childhood best friend used to dream of making it to the majors and playing together (

As a young teen, Buck was in the Babe Ruth League. At thirteen, he was on a championship-winning team ( He was named to the Mizuno Outstanding Glove Award team and given a mounted glove as a token.

At Taylorsville High School, Buck played both football and baseball. His baseball team won a state championship. As a senior, he was recruited more heavily as a football player than a baseball player. Relatives who had played football, though, urged him to go with baseball.

Buck was selected in the 7th round of the 1998 draft when he was just 17 ( His MLB debut didn't come until 2004 when he was dealt to a team that had immediate need: the Kansas City Royals.

As for that childhood best friend, he's Brandon Lyon, another pro ball player. The two briefly got to live out their long-ago dream, playing together for the New York Mets.

Jeremy Horst

Jeremy Horst was born October 1985 in Cheyenne. He played American Legion ball for the Burlington Bulldogs (

Horst played several sports at Burlington High School. He was a pitcher at Iowa Western Community College and later at Armstrong Atlantic State University. He earned a 21st round draft selection in 2007.

Horst spent most of 2007 playing at rookie level Billings. He played for several minor league teams culminating in AAA Louisville. It was during his time at Dayton that he began to look more like a future major leaguer ( His major league debut eventually did come -- in 2011 when he was 25 years old.

Zach Walters

Zach Walters is the latest person from Wyoming to have broken into the majors. He was born September 1989 in Cheyenne, Wyoming, but has made the rounds of western states, having lived in both Montana and Nevada during his growing up years.

Walters played at Cimarron-Memorial High School and then at the University of San Diego. He met future star Bryce Harper as a teenager while trying out for a showcase event.

The Diamondbacks selected Walters in the 9th round of the 2010 draft when he was 20. In 2011, Walters was traded to the Nationals. He put in time for High A Potomac and AAA Syracuse and was called up to the big league for the first time in September 2013 at age 24.

Despite doing well in 2014 spring training, he didn't make the rosters for Opening Day; what he did earn was a good chance of finding himself back in a Nationals uniform later in the season.

Walters is able to play multiple positions.

Tomorrow’s Ball Players

Buck has been in the big league more than a decade, but he still remembers his time in Little League very fondly, having remained in contact with some former teammates over the years.

For some of today’s youth players, team sports are about camaraderie, bonding, and having fun. For others, they are about competition and dreaming big.

Good coaching is instrumental for those with aspirations beyond the high school level. Buck credits a former coach at Taylorsville High with "Not just teaching us how to play baseball, but how to prepare physically and mentally (”.

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