Junior High School Division February 13 thru May
Listed from oldest to youngest
Manager - Mike Medeiros
Coach - Adam O'Neal
Coach- Ralph Huddleston
Laurel Creek Park - 1050 Cement Hill Road - Fairfield, CA
Welcome to FEBA
"The Best Youth Baseball Program in the Country"
We build baseball programs, we build baseball stadiums, we build winning traditions, but most importantly we build character, and create memories for a lifetime.
We accept the fact that not all players have the determination, or fortitude, to succeed in our structured, and disciplined system, but for those who do, we will help them become the best they can be.
We provide premier facilities, top coaching, firm discipline and strong structure, which allows us to develop talent, rather than recruiting it. Anyone can go start a baseball team and many do, but few can build a baseball program that weathers the test of time. The FEBA organization has been around since 1983.
This is what separates FEBA from most other baseball programs. People who have a baseball team are generally about a single player, or a hidden agenda, FEBA is all about the kids, all of them, all of the time!
This is why FEBA is recognized nationally as one of the best and this is why FEBA attracts the best!
SUMMARY of ENTRY RULES Please read CAREFULLY . . .
Admission is $5.00 for 18 and older . . . $3.00 for 10-17 years old . . . 9 years old and younger is free. No senior discounts.
No re-entry without stamp. Paid admission is for the full day.
NO beverages can be brought into the stadium - no exceptions – (FEBA will supply water in both dugouts and offers beverages at concessions, so no team drinks can be brought in).
NO food can be brought in - no exceptions. Please do not bring food for players. We offer concessions.
NO coolers can be brought in - no exceptions
Only players and coaches in uniform are allowed in for free
NO SEEDS, NO GUM, NO TOBACCO PRODUCTS . . . NO EXCEPTIONS
NO CLEATS IN THE STANDS . . .
Thank you for your cooperation
Team Dinner for the 2012 California American Legion 19u State Champions
Standing (left to right): Troy Nixon, Wyatt McCampbell, Anthony Arias, Edgar Ibarra, Chris Parodi, Kyle Wagner, Nick Spini, Jake Novelli, Brian Wilson, Garlind Webster, Jacob Booker, Logan Lanza and Casey Towner. Seated (left to right): Payton Tyler, Jack Gamba, Jake Hedrick, (insert-Garrett Wiess), Gio Torres and Michael Brown.
FAIRFIELD EXPOS 2012 California State Champions "Proud to add more to their storied history!"
The Expos won their 17th District Championship on July 14, 2012
The Expos won their 9th Area 1 Championship on July 22, 2012 The Expos won their 4th State Championship on July 31, 2012 The Expos played in their 7th Regional Tournament and finished 2nd.
In the 7 Regionals they have finished 1st twice and 2nd five times.
The Expos finished 9th out of over 5000 teams in the U.S. in 2012.
This marked the 7th time the Expos finished in the top 16 teams nationally.
The Expos were 6 outs away from their 3rd World Series appearance.
The Expos have now won 75 Tournament Championships in their storied history.
Most teams don't even play in 75 tournaments, let alone win that many!
The Expos were named the DR "2012 Sports Team of the Year."
The Expos 17-inning win in the State Finals was named the DR "2012 Game of the Year." "It is no wonder the Expos are recognized nationally as one of the best ever!"
FEBA seeks players of high moral fiber, sound character, with solid ethical values. FEBA believes that to win at the highest levels, and develop to one's highest potential, players must be able to adapt to the following:
1) Structure, 2) Teamwork, 3) Discipline, 4) Work ethic, and 5) Dedication
Self sacrifice is an important part of life, whether it's a marriage, a career, community spirit, or simply socially dealing with people in general.
The values taught by FEBA transcend baseball and become strong life lessons,
which is why FEBA is truly "The Best of the Best"