2003  18u  IBC World Series champions

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Cincinnati Force Baseball  Program began in 1996 with a  12 year old team based out of Lebanon Ohio and playing in the South West Ohio League in Cincinnati. That year the Force won its first State Championship and competed in its first World Series traveling to Casper Wyoming. That experience and those players set the future for what has become a tradition of  teaching and building winning teams.  In 2003 the 18u team won the IBC World Series in Clearwater Florida. 2014 saw the 17u team finish 2nd in the Elite World Series and 3rd in the Sandlott Wood Bat World Series. Since 1996 the Force has won multiple SWOL league titles, several State Championships and has competed annually in a World Series or National Championship. The path has  has been for one team beginning at age 12 or 13 and continue working with them  to age 18 helping them reach thier goal of competing at the high school, college and even professional level.  We challenge our players by playing great competition add in teaching, game coaching and putting players in positions to make decisions on their  own. Players are exposed  and taught the same fundamentals at 12 as they are at 18. Baseball is muscle memory , repetition and mental. 

7% of all high school baseball players , play in college 80% of all players who have played for the Cincinnati Force have played in College. 2017 is our 21st season and 3rd team to reach 17u. Our schedule this year will expose our players to scouts from all over the country along with the best competition avaialbel.  

Scott Mcvey 513-520-5351