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Looking For a New Coach/Team for 8U!

The Cincinnati Stix are looking for an 8U coach for the 2020 baseball season! If you have interest or know someone who does, please reach out to Chris Huff.

Cincinnati Stix

The Cincinnati Stix  is an amateur baseball organization located in Cincinnati Ohio.  Our goal is to develop young athletes so they can succeed in high school and beyond.  We focus on teaching the proper fundamentals which will help players perform well at the highest level of competition. For inquires about the Stix organization, please reach out to Brian Copfer (brian.copfer@gmail.com) or Chris Huff (chuff@microsoft.com) directly.

10U National Team Looking For Player

THE 10U NATIONAL STIX TEAM IS LOOKING FOR ONE MORE PLAYER TO ADD TO ITS ROSTER.  PLEASE CALL PATRICK ZICKA @ 513-617-3274 OR EMAIL - PZICKA@HOTMAIL.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION

Stix Tournament June 6-9, 2019

Please join us for the 2019 Cincinnati Stix Slugfest - ages 10U, 13U, 14U, 15U, and 17U. The event will be June 6-9 at West Chester Sports Complex and Blue Ash Sports Complex.

https://www.tourneymachine.com/Public/Results/Tournament.aspx?IDTournament=h20180723175832552278587f8ccfc44


April 7, 2019 – The Cincinnati STIX 14U team started their season off by winning the USSSA Queen City Classic this past weekend.

April 13-14, 2019: Cincinnati Stix 14U USSSA – Louisville Thunder Throwdown

April 14, 2019 – The Cincinnati STIX 14U continue their strong start to the season by going two for two in Tourney Champions by winning the USSSA – Louisville Thunder Throwdown this past weekend.


Even through tough weather conditions, Coach Zicka's 10U Stix team battled it out and finished in 2nd place in The Cincinnati Shootout. Congratulations!

Welcome Eric Fischer - Director of Player Development

Eric Fischer is a Cincinnati native who graduated from Moeller High School in 1998. He began his professional baseball career after being drafted out of Moeller, in the 7th round, by the Chicago White Sox, forgoing his scholarship to the University of Tennessee. Eric, a left handed pitcher, played five years in the White Sox organization before being rule V drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 2003. After being with the Twins for two years, Eric finished his professional career after enduring five arm surgeries. Eric has been training athletes, teams, and organizations for over 18 years. He has trained the younger athletes as well as high school, college, and professionals. Eric successfully began two baseball academies; Advantage Baseball in Cincinnati, and an Academy in Los Angeles, CA.

Chris Huff

President

Kevin O'Connell

Vice President of Finance

Matt Roberts

Vice President of 8U-14U

Adam Szcepanski

Vice President of 15U - 18U

Eric Fischer

Director of Player Development

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