Tryout FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Georgia Bombers Baseball Team Tryouts

When and where are tryouts for Bombers teams? 

Each age group has its own, annual tryout.  The dates for the 2019-2020 tryouts are posted in a at  All tryouts for 9U-14U teams playing out of Alpharetta / Forsyth will be held at Wills Park or Webb Bridge Park. All 15U-17U team tryouts will be held at Alpharetta High School.

How many teams will you have in each age group for the 2016-2017 season?

8U – 2 teams – 1 team at each Alpharetta and Mill Creek

9U – 1 teams

10U – 3 teams – 1 teams at each Alpharetta, Forsyth Co., Mill Creek

11U – 2 teams – 1 team at each Alpharetta and Forsyth Co.

12U – 2 teams

13U – 2 teams

14U – 2 teams

15U / 16U / 17U  – 2 teams at each level

Who are the head coaches for the 2019-2020 season?

To be announced by mid June 2019

What if my child cannot attend the designated tryout date for his/her age group?

If you cannot make the assigned date for your child’s age group, please contact Aaron Alvarez or Wes Rynders for possible alternate times (note: alternate times not guaranteed).

What is the cost for a Bombers Baseball team tryout clinic?

You can see the costs at within the flyers on the page

What should players bring with them to the Bombers Tryout/Clinic?

Players should always encouraged to wear running shoes/turfs to the park, baseball pants, and a baseball hat.  Players should also bring their baseball gear (cleats, glove, bat, helmet) and a drink. With the heat in July, players are free to take drink or snack breaks when needed. ***Turf shoes or Molded Cleats must be worn to any of the tryouts being held at Field 4 at Wills Park which is a full turf field. 

What is the format for the Bombers Tryout/Clinic?

Do Bombers 12U teams have the opportunity to go to Cooperstown?

Yes.  All of our 12U teams have Cooperstown Dreams Park Certificates.

What are the expected costs to play on a Bombers Baseball team?

Each age group is different and each team has a separate budget. We like the coaches to work with us on a budget but also want the families involved to have input too.

Are there any open spots on the teams?

After each year is over, every player has to earn a spot on the next year’s team. There are no reserved spots for anyone regardless if they were on a Bombers team the prior year or somewhere else.

The roster size for each team depends on the age group and the coach.

Will my son play if he makes a Bombers Baseball team?

Here at Bombers Baseball we strongly believe that if we select your son, it is now our coaching staffs job to help him improve and develop overtime as a ballplayer.  Our roster sizes are intentional to allow for players to get adequate practice, playing and rest time.  All players will receive a fair chance to compete for, and share, playing time, and should never be mistreated by a coach.  While head coaches will ultimately determine the playing time for their team members, Bombers Baseball expects each team’s full roster to be used regularly.  Please note: there will be times in every season (bracket play) where the lineup gets tighter and playing time may become a reward for positive performance. Coaches are expected to tell the families what their beliefs are on playing time and hitting line-ups prior to the start of the season. 

If my child does NOT make a team, is it still possible to be a part of Bombers Baseball and/or Grand Slam Sports Center?

Absolutely. We hope players elect to develop with us at Bombers Baseball and Grand Slam Sports Center regardless of where they play travel ball or high school ball.  Bombers Baseball offers private instruction in hitting, pitching, defense and catching throughout the year. These services are open to any interested ball player wanting to develop and take their game to the next level.  Please visit for more information on our instruction and scheduling.

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