It takes more than traditionalcoaching to become an elite player

You need technology used by professional athletes And coaches who’ve played in the majors

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Transforming players into elite players since 1996

Imagine a few years in the future...the hard work and training your son or daughter underwent has finally paid off in the form of a full scholarship to one of the nation’s top Universities. And then the big day comes: the first game. As your child steps up to the plate, you hear the cheers of thousands of fans. You look around the bleachers in disbelief to hear students chanting your child’s name and see a crowd drenched in a sea of school colors.

And then the pitch...and suddenly you hear the crack of the bat as the crowd erupts. Your kid is on the way to first base.

The story above may seem like an impossible dream, but at St. Louis Pirates Baseball we’ve helped dozens of clients achieve this and even go further onto the pros. We accomplish this through an elite training regime that consists of:

  • Biomechanics instruction
  • Activation (stretching) and preparation
  • Nutrition analysis
  • Minimizing injury risk
  • Motion and timing mechanics
  • Mind and body connection
  • Fundamentals of human movement

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Our technology and proven scientific methods

Give your child an advantage

Unlike other college development programs, St. Louis Pirates Baseball doesn't rely on traditional methods to grow your child’s talent. Instead, we leverage the latest technology used by professional ballplayers to ensure your son or daughter reaches their true athletic potential.

What was once reserved for only multi-million dollar players, our digital motion analysis technology allows us to analyze your child’s strengths and weaknesses scientifically so that we can refine their game to a level that would otherwise be unachievable.

News & Events

Q&A with Vanderbilt Commit Erik Kaiser

By Matt Huck
Area Scout
2017 RHP Erik Kaiser from Waterloo recently committed to National powerhouse Vanderbilt. Kaiser is currently ranked No. 12 ...

New St. Louis Pirates Tryout Dates

The St. Louis Pirates are always looking for elite level baseball players. Tryouts are giving a daily basis, but if you are looking for our next outdoor ...