Additional Baseball Information

Player Sponsorships

Legacy Baseball Sponsorships

Many players choose not to fundraise and prefer to just pay their player fees; however, many others choose to participate in fundraisers to reduce their player fees. In addition to individual teams running their own individual team scale fundraisers, Legacy provides a Banner Sponsorship program.

Players sell businesses the opportunity to have their logo placed on one team banner or on all of the teams’ banners. This is a win-win for the business and player. The business gains immeasurable exposure with thousands of families participating and passing through Legacy. The banners are hung at each team’s games which are played locally and regionally. For the player, 100% of regular sponsorship sales are scholar-shipped towards their player fees. Many players only pay their initial deposit out of pocket!

The directions below on the banner sponsorship form must be followed completely or the funds may not make it and be credited to your account without additional legwork.

  • Complete the online form and upload the business logo by clicking on the link below (DO TURN IN A BUSINESS CARD) (Must be a digital uploaded logo)
    • You may do this for the business if they give/email you their digital logo
  • If sending in a check, (1) write “attn: Scott Theisen” on the envelope. (2) Include players name and Head Coaches last in the envelope with the check so it can be cross referenced with the digital logo/form as received

Many businesses use monies from their advertising budgets and are not concerned if their donation is made out to a non-profit or standard business. With a standard business sponsorship, 100% of the money goes immediately into your player’s account and the business may use a credit card or check. In this instance, use the “Regular Business Sponsorship Form” below.

If the business/person specifically requests a non-profit sponsorship donation, you may use the LEAD foundation. Be advised, the credit takes longer to get through the different channels and be scholar-shipped towards fees.  90% of the monies go directly towards the player’s fees.  10% goes to the LEAD foundation.  In that instance, use the “Non-profit form” below. The business/person may not use a credit card for a non-profit sponsorship. Please use the “Regular Business Sponsorship Form” if a business/person does not specifically request their donation

Pitch Smart Guidelines

All Legacy Coaches are required to use the Pitch Smart Guidelines

For your child’s safety, no matter what organization or team they play for, make sure their coach follows the recommended Pitch Smart Guidelines.

Recruiting Info

Legacy helps players get to the next level!

The baseball recruiting process is competitive, leaving many families unsure how to get recruited for softball. In fact, only about 5.6% of high school baseball players will compete at the college level, and approximately 0.51% will get drafted for professional ball. To top it off, not all baseball players will receive athletic scholarships. In other words, getting recruited for baseball—and getting a baseball scholarship—isn’t easy. So, what does it take to play college baseball? Athletes who have the academics, athletic talent, drive and recruiting know-how can make it to the next level.

Getting recruited is not easy, but you will have help at Legacy. You will have help and resources from staff. Our staff are former high level collegiate & former professional players who will do anything they can to get Legacy players to the next level. They will use their knowledge and connections to help you get noticed. You will not be alone in the process.


2022 Commits
Name High School College
Cam Rosen Dexter Wayne State
Jake Tedesco GP North Dayton
Steven Getts WL Central Saginaw Valley State
Ethan Hochendoner Dexter Lawrence Tech
James Macauley GP North Wittenberg
Ben Withem Plymouth Adrian
Liam Yelsma Saline Adrian
Ian Balint Saline Albion
Christian Arquette Howell Lansing CC
Peyton Fenton Lansing CC
Kasy Shadduck Hartland Aquinas
2021 Commits
Name College High School
Aidan Arbogast Mid-Michigan College Livonia Stevenson
Aiden Nieman Mott Community College Hartland
Alex Klein Hope College Walled Lake Northern
Andrew Kent University of St. Francis Livonia Franklin
Augie Hutchison Hillsdale College Saline
Caleb Koob Trine University Saline
Caleb Stahr Mott Community College Corunna
Casey Pezzoni Macomb Community College Howell
Collin Hanrahan Mid-Michigan College Livonia Stevenson
David Barry Calvin University Novi
Dominick Slone Mott Community College Lakeland
Jason Arbini Saginaw Valley State University Tecumseh
Joe Martin St. Clair Community College South Lyon
Landon Johnson Milwaukee Tech CC Haslett
Mason Cook Olivet College Lake Fenton
Owen Burke Macomb Community College Howell
Tanner Hawkins Kalamazoo College Tecumseh
Zachary Simmons Kalamazoo College Flat Rock
2020 Commits
Name College High School
Blake Weaver Concordia University Brighton
Brendan Harrity Western Michigan University Brighton
Brenden Tome Lansing Community College Hartland
Carson Collins Oakland University Clio
Carter Rohman Maine University Lutheran Northwest
Joe Wade Kalamazoo College Ann Arbor Huron
Mason Malysz Henry Ford Community College Howell
Tyler Harris Hillsdale College Detroit Catholic Central
2019 Commits
Name College High School
Al Thorington Kellogg Community College Pinckney
Anthony Aloisio Davenport University South Lyon East
Cameron Wagoner Eastern Michigan University Tecumseh
Grant Pytel Wabash Valley College Novi
Joe Hardenbergh Hillsdale College Catholic Central
Kyle Gurney Bowling Green State University Divine Child
Logan Bursick-Harrington Eastern Michigan University South Lyon East
Logan King Spring Arbor University South Lyon East
Luke Russo Eastern Michigan University Howell
Nate Logan Grand Valley State University South Lyon East
Ryan Marra Brown University Catholic Central
Sam Browne Northwood University Fowlerville
Zach Brunet Central Michigan University Walled Lake Northern
2018 Commits
Name College High School
Cade Parmeter Madonna University Lakeland
Cody Kanclerz Hillsdale College Detroit Catholic Central
Cole Smith Hope College Waterford
Drew Cortez Northern Ohio University Pinckney
Jack Brenner Madonna University Brighton
Jack Rossbach Delta College Howell
Jacob Falzone Kellogg Community College Howell
Johnny Shields Concordia University Howell
Nick Beaudoin Hope College Howell
Ty Weatherly Ball State University Howell
2017 Commits
Name College High School
Cade Martin Northwood University Hartland
David Kauff Albion College Brighton
Evan Anderson Schoolcraft College Pinckney
Luke Rendell Lawrence Technological University Pinckney
Spencer Ford Adrian College Howell
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