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The 2016 season is the 17h anniversary of the Mudville Youth Baseball Club (MYBC). Mudville is a 501-C (3) not-for-profit organization based in Seattle, WA, founded in 1999. MYBC's mission is to teach and develop life skills for student-athletes through the game of baseball.
Mudville is a nationally recognized, multi-team, select level baseball club located in the Seattle Metropolitan area. We are a teaching and development organization for players who aspire to play in college or professional ball. A non-profit youth baseball organization, Mudville is affiliated with many of the largest youth baseball organizations in America including AABC, AAU, Babe Ruth, CABA, Triple Crown and USSSA.
A teaching organization at all age levels, Mudville is known for their coach development and required continuing education. Our peer group consists of an extensive network of coaches at the professional, D1, D2, D3, NAIA, JC/CC and high school levels. Our Mudville's coaches are registered members of the Washington State Coaches Association (WSCA)
American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA). A list of references are avaialble upon request.
Mudville coaches are required to attend the annual regional coaching clinics, and the annual ABCA National Convention held at various locations around the nation. Because our club is smaller in membership than most facility-based clubs, our teams have a higher coach to player ratio. The value to the student-athlete is we can dedicate more time to each player's development and career aspirations.
The club’s teams have all competed from coast to coast at many national invitational youth baseball events including world series and regional play at AABC, AAU, Babe Ruth, CABA, Triple Crown Series, USSSA and USA Baseball. Mudville’s players have competed at international events in Australia, the Dominican Republic and Canada, including annual prospect events such as the Area Codes, the Arizona Fall Classic, the Mariners Cup, and several nationally-known scout teams.