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Baseball Factory travels to the College World Series in Omaha, NE to provide players with a week of intense training, competitive game play, and unforgettable baseball experiences. This event is invitation-only.

June 19 – 22, 2019

Iowa Western Community College / Council Bluffs, IA

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Players Receive:

  • You will have the opportunity to attend the College World Series at TD AMERITRADE Park in Omaha, NE and see the stars of the future performing on the greatest college stage in front of thousands of fans. This is the premier event for all of college baseball and you will be able to watch it in person. Baseball Factory players will attend ONE 2019 Men’s College World Series game. *Game time and date to be announced closer to the event.
  • Daily baseball training through skill-specific drills. Players get numerous repetitions while receiving hands-on instruction from the Baseball Factory staff. Training takes place at Iowa Western Community College, one of the top junior college programs in the nation. Iowa Western CC, is located in Council Bluffs, IA and it is approximately 10 miles from TD AMERITRADE Park in Omaha, NE.
  • Competitive game play against players from across the country. We test the instruction that you have learned through spirited competition.
  • The opportunity to learn from our experienced staff, which includes professional scouts, former professional players, and former college coaches. These coaches work one-on-one with every player to make adjustments that lead to future success.
  •  The chance to learn techniques in conditioning, speed and strength, and weight training.

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Event Info

June 19 – 22

Iowa Western Community College / Council Bluffs, IA

*Please note: Itinerary & Rosters posted are from 2018 event. Information on 2019 event will be posted soon.

Past Coaches Have Included:

Nolan Fuller: Nolan is the Senior Director of Baseball Player Development Events with Baseball Factory. He has been working full-time in the Baseball Operations department since 2012, coordinating and running events across the country. Nolan is a graduate of the University of South Carolina Beaufort, where he played and coached under the tutelage of Professional Coach, Rick Socield. In 2012, Fuller helped the Sand Sharks make their cirst NAIA World Series appearance – where they cinished ranked 7th in the Nation. In his four years at USCB, the Sand Sharks compiled a record of 142-75.

Jarod Jamerson: Jarod participated in the 2008 Baseball Factory Pre-Season All American Tournament before going on to play his college ball at New Mexico Highlands College where he was a standout shortstop. He was invited to extended spring training with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He played in the Frontier and Freedom Indy Leagues.

Mike Landis: Mike currently oversees the FDI Program at the Factory as the Director of Player Development. After playing collegiately at Montgomery College where he played in two JUCO World Series, Landis joined the Factory in 2012 and has helped to run events across the country such as Pirate City, Vero Beach, Cape Cod, as well as Little League and National Tryout events. He was the Assistant Head Coach and Recruiting Director at Hood College in Frederick, MD from 2014 to 2016 and the Head Coach at Seneca Valley High School in Maryland in 2014.

Scott Ballinger: Scott was named the head baseball coach at Nebraska Wesleyan University at the end of the 2014 season. Ballinger spent three seasons as an assistant coach for the NWU program. His primary coaching responsibilities as an asst. were working with the outfielders and assisting with the pitching staff. He has provided more than 10 years of coaching service in the Lincoln community, including Babe Ruth Baseball and American Legion Baseball. Ballinger played collegiately for Des Moines Area Community College and Wayne State College.

John Penn: John serves as an assistant coach for the IWCC Reivers. He works with the catchers and hitters, and coaches 3rd base on game days. John was a relief pitcher at Wabash College, and was a member of the 2011 NCAC Championship Team. Prior to IWCC, he coached for 2 years at Bluffton University – a division III program in Bluffton, OH.

Important Event Info:

  • Players will room with with other players at Iowa Western CC during the event
  • Baseball Factory will provide players with all meals, transportation to/from the field & to/from CWS game and supervision during training, meals, CWS game, and meetings
  • Players should bring all necessary baseball equipment for training and games
  • Players will receive an Under Armour jersey and hat
  • Players will receive online access to Baseball Factory’s Academic, Baseball and Character (A.B.C.) Manual
  • Players receive a detailed player info pack upon registration
  • Parents and guests are responsible for providing their own reservation, meals and transportation

Want to join us for Select Training at the College World Series? Contact us now for more information.

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