High School Fall Select

IMG_1015-maverick hitting_0Slammers Select is an innovative High School fall program specifically designed to guide and enhance the process of advancing players to the college or professional level. The Select program provides an excellent learning atmosphere, competition and exposure for its participants. Slammers instructors are former Major League, minor league and college players with over sixty years of combined professional baseball experience. Four of these coaches are also professional scouts. The combination of our instructors, coaches, facilities, and our schedule make our program the #1 Fall program in the Region.

If you are considering a Fall program for your son and he is committed to playing baseball after High School, then please take the time to compare what Slammers has to offer. Slammers wants all players and parents to realize that this program is a major commitment and that we emphasize that academics come first. The NUMBER 1 question that college coaches ask when looking at a player is what type of student athlete he is. Each player’s G.P.A. and A.C.T. scores are extremely important in determining what schools they can attend as well as what type of financial assistance they get from colleges. This emphasis must start their freshman year through their senior year.

In the past 8 years our program has had 10 players drafted with 6 of these players going on to sign professional contracts out of High School (2009, Tyler Rogers 37th round Baltimore Orioles. 2008, Tyler Sample 3rd Round. 2007, A.J. Schugel 32nd round. 2006, Evan Anundsen 4th round. 2005, Reid Engel 5th round, Kyle Winters 5th round. 2004, Ben Krosschell 12th round, Luke French 8th round). During this same period Slammers has had over 90% of its fall players go on to play at the Division 1, 2, 3  and Junior College Level (please check the alumni page to view former players).

The Slammers Fall Program will be held at our Slammers Locations. The program is comprised of 6-8 teams.There are 4 teams made up of mostly juniors and seniors (Blue & Black) and 2 teams made up of mostly freshmen and sophomores (Grey & White). These teams will work out two times a week indoor at our indoor facilities and one day a week outside working on defense. During the two indoor workouts each player will work out with Slammers instructors on hitting & pitching as well as with the Strength & Conditioning coaches.

As a part of the program, these teams will compete in the Slammers Labor Day Tournament which has become the premier event in Colorado for Fall Teams. We then travel to national tournaments held in California (California invitational), Albuquerque, Nebraska (University of Nebraska), and Arizona (Senior, Junior and Sophomore Fall Classic). The Blue & Black teams will also play against regional junior college teams from Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas. This exposure gives junior college coaches an opportunity to scout upcoming talent. This is critical when nearly 90 percent of all Colorado high school players attend a junior college to play baseball. The Grey & White teams will compete on weekends against local fall league high school teams as well as playing in a minimum of one out of state tournament.

We know our unique program provides the necessary skills, competitiveness, experience and exposure needed to advance players beyond high school. This gives players who’ve decided to focus solely on baseball, the extra three months training offered nowhere else. Many Slammers Select alumni have continued their baseball careers playing at the Junior College, Division 1 and Professional level.


For information regarding the Slammers Select Program please contact Mark Holzemer at mholzemer@slammersbaseball.com or call 303-988-7426. Clint Zavaras at czavaras@slammersbaseball.com.



  • Sunday May 8th, 2016 at Slammers South from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Sunday May 22nd, 2016 at Slammers South from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Wednesday June 15th, 2016 at Slammers South from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Call for personal tryout if after June 15th, 2016 Jeff Jenkins a 720-320-1650



Slammers South:
12000 E. Easter Ave.
Englewood, CO, 80112

If you are interested in our program please go to the bottom of the page and click the button. We use this list to set up our tryout so it is very important to fill out the information correctly. We also ask all players to put their parents’ email address and phone numbers when asked.



  • Major League Instruction: Slammers Coaches and instructors have over 60 years of professional playing and coaching experience.
  • FieldLevel: 
  • Colorado’s Premier Indoor Training Facilities: Select players get complete access to the state’s most comprehensive indoor training facilities.
  • 18 -20 Indoor Workouts: Indoor workouts at Slammers facilities on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s focusing on pitching and hitting.
  • 18-20 Strength & Conditioning Workouts: Included with the indoor workouts each player will train in our strength and conditioning facility with trainers from Steadman Hawkins.
  • 8-10 Outdoor Workouts: Outdoor workouts on Wednesday’s at Colorado Academy and Kent Denver High School from 4 to 6pm focusing on infield/outfield defense. Pitchers will work on fielding, bunt coverages and pickoffs.
  • Junior College & College Exposure: Scheduled games against top junior college teams, which are viewed by Division 1 and Pro scouts.
  • National Exposure: Out of state tournaments in Nevada, Arizona, Florida put on by Perfect Game and Las Vegas Baseball Academy give our players an opportunity to show their skills to scouts outside our region.
  • Right View Pro Analysis: Players will have the opportunity to have their pitching and hitting mechanics analyzed by Right view pro software.
  • Uniforms: Each Slammers Select Player will receive a uniform (1 uniform top that will be returned at the end of the program, game pants, 1 practice shirt, 1 practice short and socks). Each player will also receive a belt and cap.



August 20th and 21st
Tournament: PBR Tournament
Where: All over Denver
Who: All the Slammers Teams

August 27th and 28th
Tournament: UNC Tournament
Where: All over Denver
Who: All the Slammers Teams

September 2nd-5th
Tournament: Slammers Labor Day Wood Bat Fall Classic
Where: All over Denver
Who: All the Slammers Teams

September 9th-11th

Tournament: SoCal Classic
Where: Southern California
Who: Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors

September 8th-11th
Tournament: Perfect Game/EvoShield National Championship (UnderClass)
Where: Goodyear Ball Park- Goodyear, AZ
Who: Juniors

September 15th-18th
Tournament: Perfect Game/EvoShield National Championship (UpperClass)
Where: Goodyear Ball Park- Goodyear, AZ
Who: Seniors

October 6th-9th:
Tournament: Sophomore Fall Classic
Where: Peoria Complex- Peoria, AZ
Who: Sophomores

October 6th-10th:
Tournament: WWBA Junior Championships
Who: Selected Sophomores and Juniors

October 13th: 
Tournament: Senior All Academic Games
Where: Peoria Complex- Peoria, AZ
Who: Top Academic Seniors

October 13th-16th:
Tournament: Senior Fall Classic
Where: Peoria Complex- Peoria, AZ
Who: Top Seniors

October 20th: 
Tournament: Junior All Academic Game
Where: Peoria Complex- Peoria, AZ
Who: Top Academic players will need to submit their academic application and be accepted to tryout on October 16th. If after the tryout they are selected they will play in the stadium on October 16th in front of 80-100 college scouts looking for specific Academic athletes.

October 20th  – 23rd:
Tournament: Junior Fall Classic
Where: Peoria Complex- Peoria, AZ
Who: Juniors and possibly some Sophomores. Slammers has a bid to this event and we also will get Juniors down to this event on Mountain West Teams.

October 25th-30th:
Tournament: WWBA World Championships
Where: Roger Dean Complex, Jupiter Florida
Who: This is a Mountain West team comprised of players from Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Texas.

October 28th-30th:
Tournament: Mizzuno Universal
Where: Peoria, AZ
Who: Juniors and Seniors


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