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Dragons Baseball is now accepting tryout registrations for new players for the 2024 / 2025 season. 

The tryout fee is $20 per player.

If you are looking for the best travel baseball experience with exceptional value -- and honesty and integrity while putting the kids first --- you have come to the right place!

Dragons Baseball is offering very competitive teams 

from ages 

9U through 14U in 2025.

Dragons Baseball provides year-round resources and professional training.



- Dragons Player Development Director Sergio Reyes and Coaches will work with each team 2 hours a week in December, and 3 hours a week from January through mid-April.

- Practice Schedule: It starts on December 2nd, 2024.

- The following 13 weeks of winter training is designed to develop good habits, refine fundamentals, and get ready for the season.

- Approximately 30 games schedule. This includes play in the New Balance Select Baseball League and at least two local/regional tournament.

- Uniform and gear for the season (Included in tuition): all players will receive:

SPRING/25 - Hat, helmet, 2 game jerseys, 1 practice shirt, belt, socks, and hoodie.


2024/2025 Season


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Robin Wallace

We are pleased to announce we have a new coach, Robin Wallace, joining our program. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Dragons. She will be focusing on the development of our younger players. As you can see from her attached bio she has extensive baseball knowledge that she is excited to share with our players. 


Robin Wallace Baseball Bio - 2021

Hired by the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau in 2014, Robin became the first female scout hired since 1946. Robin has either played or worked in a variety of roles in baseball her whole life. Growing up in Mobile, AL, Robin played Little League, Middle School and High School Baseball with the boys. Robin went on to play for the first USA Baseball Women’s National Team in 2004, who won the gold in the first Women’s World Cup of Baseball. A 2002 Inductee into the National Women’s Baseball Hall of Fame, Robin was the first female athlete to play varsity high school baseball in her hometown of Mobile, Alabama.  After high school, Robin played a season of NCAA Men’s Division III Varsity Baseball before continuing her studies at Tulane University where she played on the Tulane Club Baseball Team. 

In addition to Coaching Boy’s Varsity and Junior Varsity High School Baseball in Massachusetts, Robin has played and coached throughout the US, Canada, Australia, Dominican Republic, Hong Kong, Cuba, Japan, and South Korea and has served as a technical commissioner and coach for the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC). Robin also serves on the Women’s Commission for the WBSC helping develop the international landscape of girls’ and women’s baseball.  In 2011, Robin graduated from Major League Baseball’s Scout Development Program. Robin was hired by the Major League Baseball Scouting Bureau as a Scout for the Northeast Region and served in this role until the dissolution of the Scouting Bureau in 2018. She continued to work for MLB in baseball development through 2020. In addition to her baseball endeavors, Robin currently has her own law practice in Newburyport, Massachusetts focusing on family law, civil litigation and criminal law. 

While in law school, Robin began serving on the business side of baseball as an Assistant General Manager and then General Manager of a men’s professional independent minor league team. For 7 years, Robin also served as Executive Director of the North American Women’s Baseball League (NAWBL) providing opportunities for girls and women worldwide to play semi-professional baseball and travel to tournaments both at home and abroad. While her favorite coaching experiences include those at the World Children’s Baseball Fair in Japan, Robin continues to serve as a baseball coach at MLB/USA Baseball development events including the Trailblazer Series, Breakthrough Series, MLB Grit, and the online Elite Development programs of 2020.  In addition, Robin coached at the 2018 USA Baseball Women’s National Team Tryouts and managed the Silver Medal, US Elite Team at the 2019 LG Cup in South Korea.

With two young sons, Robin serves on her local Little League’s Board of Directors and the Board of Directors for All American Girls Baseball. On the legal side, Robin has served on the Board of Directors for the Newburyport Bar Association, volunteers as a pro bono lawyer for the Volunteer Lawyers Project in Boston and serves on the legal panel for the Jeanne Geiger Crisis center which assists victims of domestic violence with legal matters.


By Appointment ONLY - Please call/text or email Sergio Reyes to set up an individual tryout.

(617) 515-9951 /


Tryout Cost?

The tryout fee is $20 for any player.

What Age Group Am I Eligible For?

The age the player is on May 1st, 2025 is the age group to tryout for.

How many players per team?

It depends on the age group, 9U-12U: 12/13 players, and 13U-14U: 12/14 players. 

How do we find out if our son made the team?

An email will be sent to all parents/players notifying them if they have, or have not, made a team.

What is Tuition for the 2024/2025 Season?

Tuition for the upcoming season will vary by age division. The Roster Offer will include a detailed breakdown of tuition, payment plans, etc. 

Most teams range between $2,800 and $3,500.

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