We want to officially welcome all of you to TD Edge’s 2022 Fall Season and to thank you all for your patience and understanding over the last few weeks, while we have been working to fully integrate the merger of the Texas Dawgs and Edge into our new “TD Edge” family.
The last 6 weeks have been insane for this organization. We have held of over 30 scheduled on-field tryout sessions, a large number of private evaluations, 13 controlled scrimmages, 16 hours of uniform fittings, hundreds of phone calls, and many late nights at TDSA discussing coaching assignment, roster composition and what is best for each player. The result of this work is 300 committed ball players composing 27 teams and palpable excitement about the start of something special. Through this entire process, we have never lost focus of our priority, our players, and making decisions that are best for them in all circumstances.
We have been humbled by the great response and interest in TD Edge and will never take lightly the support and confidence you have all shown in becoming a part of the organization. We could not be more excited to get started.
We are particularly excited for the next few weeks where we will be working with the boys on organizational approaches to hitting, cuts, pick off plays, baserunning and situational defense. We will also do some conditioning and arm care work.
Additionally, we will be sending a communication about our new Virtual Combine program that will allow the boys a data repository for their analytical data.
Formal field practices and facility sessions will begin the week of Labor Day with initial league or tournament games will begin around the middle of September.
In addition to our thanks to all of you, we want to thank all of our directors and coaches for all of their hard work over the past month. This organization is blessed with directors, coaches and an administrative team that is fully committed to giving our players and their families a first-class experience.
We are so excited to get started.
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Here's to Good Times!