2010 AABC World Series Champions
The Burkburnett Blacksox are among the nation's oldest and finest college preparatory programs for high school age players who aspire to play college or professional baseball. The Blacksox sponsor teams at several different age levels to assist their players in improving both as baseball players but more importantly as young men. With the Blacksox organization in its 5th decade it has unrivaled experience and knowledge that it uses to help its players fulfill their baseball dreams and to develop into outstanding men. The Blacksox organization feels that it has the responsibility to help its players become more productive members of society.
If you are interested in playing for one of the Blackox (Burkburnett, Ft. Worth or OKC) teams this summer, please fill out the Player Information Form, located in the Tryouts section.
In 2012, the Burkburnett Blacksox posted record breaking numbers. For the first time in the program's history, the Blacksox 15u team qualified for a World Series. The Blacksox 15u-Black finished as the 2012 AABC 15u World Series Runner Up. The Blacksox 17u-Black and Blacksox 17u-Red were knocked out in the semifinals of the AABC 17u World Series. The Blacksox 16u-Black finished as the AABC 16u State Runner Up. The Blacksox 16u-Red finished their season as AABC 16u State Quarterfinalists.
The summer of 2010 saw the Burkburnett Blacksox program make history. The Blacksox 17u-Black squad garnered the program's first World Series title. The Blacksox 17u-Black won the AABC Don Mattingly World Series Championship in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This stellar group also won their second consecutive AABC State Championship.
The Blacksox have developed into the dominant team of its age brackets in Texoma with a reputation that has attracted players from the local area, all of Texas, several states, and even as far away as Australia and the Domincan Republic. In 2012-13, the Burkburnett Blacksox will send teams to 8 different championship events throughout the country. We will play in the most highly scouted events of the summer. We also play AABC Connie Mack, AABC Don Mattingly & AABC Mickey Mantle tournaments.
Unlike any program in the country, the Burkburnett Blacksox players live in our own dormitory. The state of the art Cornelius Center and Gomez facility, provide housing to over 100 players and coaches. With over 18,000 square foot of building space, the Burkburnett program's facilities are among the finest in the United States. The Burkburnett program also provided transportation to all games and tournaments via a fleet of ten 15-passenger vans.