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The Sandlot Baseball Club is an organization with select baseball teams based out of Catoosa, Oklahoma. They are located in the 74015 zip code and historically they participate in travel tournaments that are Local mostly, with 1-2 travel tournaments per year.
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Currently, the Sandlot Baseball Club fields teams in the following age group(s):
The Sandlot Sox Organization (Tulsa) was co- founded by Clay Overcash and Jake Russell in the fall of 2005. It was always a passion of theirs to provide baseball instruction in Oklahoma at the highest level possible to anyone who wanted it. As more and more players sought this type of opportunity to learn and grow in the game, both Clay and Jake realized they had started something special. This growth allowed the Sandlot Sox Organization to be created to better provide for the ever growing number of players that have been attracted to our organization year in and year out. A few years later in 2008, longtime friend and acquaintance Lane Decker founded the Sandlot (OKC) program. Like Clay and Jake’s original vision and aspirations, Lane equally shared the same passion and knew OKC needed something similar. Each program has been very successful in their own right by seeing roughly 250+ College Commitments and also having over 80+ Major League Baseball Draftees! Sandlot Baseball has had players travel from Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri to be a part of the Sandlot experience. With this type of overall success, you can see why many scouts and coaches have said Sandlot is considered one of the Top amateur baseball programs in the Midwest.