2024 Tryout Announcement
Does your son or daughter want to be part of the first-ever and longest running academy-style organization in the Quad Cities?
The Quad City Hitmen Baseball and Softball Academy can offer what no one else in our area can. The Academy as a whole will be entering its 34th season in 2024 and is considered one of the Midwest's premier baseball and softball organizations.
We are focused on the development of young athletes in 2023, 2024, and beyond.
Register for a tryout to learn more!
Softball registration form will go live on July 1.
Be part of something big with the Quad City Hitmen Baseball and Softball Academy:
Nine championship diamonds owned and operated under the Hitmen umbrella for baseball/softball play and practice.
Our very own indoor facility that is used year-round.
Age-specific training program for baseball and softball run by former Hitmen/Lady Hitmen players (and others) who have excelled at the collegiate level and professional ranks that no one else can offer in the QC area.
Access to the first up-and-running Hit Trax program in the Quad Cities.
19-time National Champions.
Partnership with Midwest Hitmen (formerly 29ers Baseball Academy) that will give a home to all Hitmen baseball players after 14U looking to play at the collegiate level. Hitmen players that have completed the Midwest Hitmen/29ers program over the past 8 seasons have a 100% college commitment rate.
Additionally, the Hitmen Academy leads the way in player development with over 400 college commitments and 8 MLB draft picks.
The Mission of the Quad City Hitmen Baseball and Softball Academy is to use the vehicle of a challenging, competitive baseball and softball program to help develop the character of young people in the Quad Cities area. Hitmen baseball and softball strive to develop the talent of baseball and softball players through a program of outstanding instruction that emphasizes both the skills of the game as well as the player’s commitment to learning and personal improvement. The Hitmen Academy seeks to develop young people who are skilled in the game and to better prepare them for leadership in the community.