TAKE YOUR GAME TO THE NEXT LEVEL!
Laces Baseball Academy offers opportunities for athletes who want to:
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Fine Tune A Specific Skill
Correct Form/Old Habits
Learn New Techniques
Be On A Competitive Team
Prepare For Collegiate Level
Laces Select Teams
We offer tryouts every year for those interested in playing on one of our high-level, competitive, select teams. This includes both in & out of state travel
and tournament play through organizations such as Perfect Game, GSL, USSA and more.
Personalized training is an excellent and inspiring way to see your game improve. Our coaches are dedicated to see you succeed through the disciplines of athleticism, fine-tuning skills and technique, and expanding your understanding of the game.
Camps & Clinics
Laces offers several Camps and Clinics throughout the year for a fun way to continue in your skills development. The group dynamic adds an element like team-play, and our coaches with college or pro experience, makes these an option you don't want to miss!
"Being a part of Laces Baseball Academy was key to my development as a baseball player. Player development was always priority number one and that helped shaped me into the player I became and coach I am today. Improvement in physical abilities occurred but the mentality side of the game was instrumental in development. I owe a lot of my successes in playing and now in coaching to my time spent with Levi Lacey and the staff at Laces Baseball Academy. I cannot praise this organization enough.”
Laces Baseball Academy, Everett CC Baseball, Centenary University, Seattle Studs, Head Coach Cascade HS
“Playing for Levi Lacey and the Laces Baseball Academy taught me how to compete, play the game hard and the importance of being a part of a brotherhood. We also had incredibly engaged and knowledgable coaches and Levi’s passion and leadership is unparalleled. Playing for Laces taught me the value of honest feedback, hard work, and how important it is to compete every single pitch.”
GSL Tournament Director, Laces Baseball Academy, Everett CC Baseball, Seattle University Baseball