Players will be evaluated in the following areas:
1) Arm strength 2) Running Speed 3) Hitting Ability 4) Defense 5) Make-Up
Player development is the primary focus. We have one of the finest coaching staffs around to help players of all ages and abilities raise their game to the next level through physical and mental training.
Players are selected and placed based on ability and it is important to challenge and play competition appropriate to their abilities. We compete mostly in local events so that our players recognize the level they need to achieve while competing in their respective age groups.
The organization provides events at Diamond Nation, Perfect Game as well as a variety of traveling venues for the higher-level players enabling them the opportunity to play in front of college recruiters.
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Players and teams within the Cardinals organization will have the opportunity to not only compete locally, but nationally as well.
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Frank Dasti Jr.
Cardinals’ Jason Habedank eyes a pitch in 15U World Series game at Diamond Nation.
By Joe Hofmann
One baserunner crossed home plate. Another followed. And another … and another … and another.
Would the top of the third inning ever end?
It did – 14 runs, 10 hits, seven walks, and a whole lotta high-fives later.
Those weren’t the Bugs Bunny’s Gashouse Gorillas. They were the North Jersey Cardinals and they did what they do best – crush the baseball.
The Cardinals went on to beat Futures White, 22-8, in the 15U Diamond Nation World Series on Wednesday.
Coach Frank Dasti’s team pounded out 14 hits, including four triples and three doubles.
The Cardinals have now piled up 45 runs in running their record to 3-0 in the tournament.
But they never put things together quite like they did during that third inning on Wednesday – and likely never will again.
“We know that we have a strong lineup,” Dasti said. “We have 11 guys who can hit. Even guys on our bench can hit.”
Chris Rodriguez of the Cardinals watches the flight of his shot down the right side.
By Rich Bevensee
Liam Melvin and Dominic Labisi provided the offensive fireworks but even these heavy hitters acknowledge that batters box intangibles like aggressive at bats, execution of small details and putting the ball in play are the ingredients for getting crooked numbers on the scoreboard.
The North Jersey Cardinals 14U Red squad had 10 of its 11 players put the ball in play, they collected eight hits, accounted for two sacrifice bunts which set the stage for crucial runs and took advantage of four errors in an 8-3 victory over Cage Academy Elite in the Spring Fever Tournament on Friday evening at Diamond Nation in Flemington.