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About the Florida Prowlers

The 12U Prowlers are still looking for players.  If you are looking to play travel ball this fall or spring and are age 10-12, please contact Joe Stahl at jstahl@floridaprowlers.com

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Prowler teams work out in the Estero High School State of the art Baseball and Softball facility.  The facility has 3 fields including a 90 ft field and a softball field that is easily turned to a 50/70 field for the 11U and previously the 12U Prowlers.  The batting cages have been redone and have brand new turf in them and the soft toss and tee stations have a brand new cement slab with fresh turf on them as well.  The teams also work out at the Prowlers new Team partner Extra Innings in Fort Myers, inside of the Gateway sub division just past Jet Blu Park.  You wont find an organization with two better facilities at their disposal.  Our fees are the best in SWFL and you won’t find a better group of dedicated, positive and committed people running any organization in the State of Florida. 
Why not join the Prowlers??

Contact Joe Stahl for details 239-440-0140 jstahl@floridaprowlers.com

 The Prowlers are entering their 5th year in existence and have never had a season where one of their teams has not taken home at least one trophy.  That tradition of winning baseball and competing will continue this fall, hope your with us to join in the excitement!

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The Florida Prowlers were founded in 2010, are a non-profit organization, and have sister organizations in Illinois and Arizona.  Entering our 4th season and based in Estero, FL, the Prowlers have become one of the most recognizable Travel Ball Organizations in SWFL.  With teams from 9U to 16U over the first three seasons the Prowlers have amassed over 17 Championships and with multiple teams beginning play for the fall season many more are expected!
 
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The Prowlers Baseball philosophy of focusing on attention to detail, physical and mental strength, accountability and being a true team player starts with the management of the organization. As managers and coaches, we strive to help each one of our players attain their full potential.

Within the framework of our baseball team, our players not only enhance their baseball skill set but also their interpersonal skills. By focusing on attention to detail, physical and mental strength, accountability and being a true team player we as coaches strive to help each one of our players attain their full potential.Our number one priority is the physical and emotional welfare of our young athletes. We believe in developing respect for teammates, opponents, coaches, officials, parents, the game of baseball and perhaps most importantly, themselves. With this foundation we demand that we show class and dignity not only when proving victorious but after a gut-wrenching loss as well.As coaches, we emphasize that we must have balance and perspective in life. We understand that 20 years from now your young athlete will care more about the team experience than whether they won or lost.

 

 

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