Solana Beach Cardinals to hold 14U competitive baseball spring tryouts

The Solana Beach Cardinals will hold 14U competitive baseball spring tryouts on Sunday, Jan. 12, from noon-3 p.m. at Santa Fe Christian School, Turf Field. Please register at:

Take your game to the next level by joining The Solana Beach Cardinals.  The Cardinals organization is looking for players that have the drive to succeed at baseball.

As a developmental baseball program, the Cardinals aim to help athletes reach their personal and athletic goals as the Cardinals prepare them to compete at high school and collegiate levels. Over the past two years, The Cardinals Program has helped place more than 30 Cardinals players in collegiate baseball programs.  Many are D1 schools such as UCLA, USC, USD, Purdue and Kent State.

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