Entering Thunderbirds Territory
Tbirds Fall Party - November 6
We're planning on having an end of the fall season party for all Tbirds players and families next Sunday, November 6th, at noon at Martin Park. We're hoping as many families as possible can attend, including those who didn't play in the fall, so everyone can get to know each other before the winter hiatus.
We'll be in touch with more details soon. Thanks so much for everyone's support this fall!
NOTE: We are still accepting 13U "free agents" for private tryouts. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appt if your child's DOB is between 5/1/2009-4/30/2010.
About Boulder Thunderbirds
“Baseball is ninety percent mental and the other half is physical.” – Yogi Berra
Boulder Thunderbirds Baseball is a competitive youth baseball tournament club based in South Boulder, Colorado. It has been making a name for itself since 2016 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit, independent, sister organization to South Boulder Little League. Our experienced coaches focus on baseball fundamentals, teaching sportsmanlike conduct on and off the field, and always encourage having a good time. Ultimately our goal is to improve Little League results at the district and state tournament level by giving our players high-level tournament baseball experience that they can use at the Little League All-Star level.
Thunderbird baseball players are Little Leaguers first, so our training plans are designed to build towards late March for the Little League start. We want your player to be the best they can be for Little League Baseball.
Our focus is to enhance your Little League experience while gaining tournament familiarity for the players, all in an effort to give our players the experience needed to be successful on their spring Little League teams and the summer Little League All-Star teams.
South Boulder Little League has won state championships in recent years, and many players on those championship teams have taken advantage of the Thunderbird Baseball experience.
Our coaching philosophy is a whole child approach. We want athletes who enjoy playing multiple sports, engage in other non-sport activities, and have a passion for baseball. We have an equal playing time, developmental approach, through which your player will train and experience gameplay at multiple positions. Nobody gets better on the bench.
The Thunderbird is a symbol of strength, protection, and caring. That coincides well with our main team goals. Each team will focus on the vital elements of being a good person and teammate as well as an improving ball player. As coaches, we will attempt to support players with their athletic goals, while also providing a safe place for them to build a strong identity and self-esteem. We strive to be effective at supporting families in the many challenges young people are dealing with every day.
To get better at the fundamentals through working hard at the game, and
To have fun while doing it as a team.
We believe that players grow more in their self-confidence with our program because of our approach to teaching the game. Ask any present or past Thunderbird family, and this would be one of the strengths that they would share when discussing our program.
Email us questions, fill out the form below regarding inquiries, or swing by our next game to check us out! We're also active on Facebook.