The Detroit Diamond Jaxx is a baseball / softball organization based out of the Metro Detroit area. As of 2016 there are 12 baseball teams and 3 softball teams ranging in ages from 8 years of age to 18 years old. The DDJ are moving into a new, state of the art, 20,000 sq. ft. indoor training facility November 1st, 2016. Couple that with their own field and DDJ players will have winter baseball a Xfit training that will allow them to catch up to their southern competition.
Our mission in the Detroit Diamond Jaxx organization is to provide a safe, nurturing environment to all of our athletes while upholding each player and coach to the highest baseball standards. All of our coaches will now go through extensive pro style training which helps keep them all on the same page. From training our athletes, to teaching them pitching, hitting and fielding, we strive for excellence on and off the field. Whether your son or daughter is trying to play high school, college or professional baseball, the DDJ is always looking out for our players to give them all the tools necessary to take the next step in their playing career.
The DDJ baseball field is located in Chesterfield off 21 Mile and Sugarbush Road. The inside training facility is located off of 13 Mile in between Van Dyke and Mound in Warren. Each team will have 3-5 uniforms and play 4-7 tournaments locally with some tournaments available out of state. Pre high school teams (ages 8-13) will participate in the MABF with a 30-50 game schedule. High school teams (ages 14-18) will be showcase tournament teams primarily designed to give our players as many college and pro opportunities available.
Player development is a primary focus for the Detroit Diamond Jaxx. All players will be evaluated, educated and have a training plan designed for them to harness their athleticism in every level of their game. Private lessons are also available to target extra skills in pitching, hitting, catching, speed and agility.
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Troy, MI 48083
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