Brent Headrick, a Rhino alumni who was the Friday night starter for Illinois State, became the first Rhino player to be drafted. He was selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 9th round.
NAMED AS BASEBALL YOUTH MAGAZINE'S TOP 100 YOUTH PROGRAM IN THE NATION
In the leading magazine for youth baseball across the country Rhino Baseball was honored to be named as one of the Top 100 youth programs in the entire country.
PITCH & HIT CLUB 'LEN DIFORTE AMATEUR BASEBALL SERVICE AWARD" WINNER
Rhino Baseball received the honor from the well respected local club along side the likes of Curtis Grandson, Nate Jones and Corey Ray.
RHINO BASEBALL NAMED AS PG SUPER 25 "ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR" AWARD NOMINEE
In a few short years, Rhino Baseball began to be recognized nationally by organizations such as Perfect Game for what we were doing on the development side as well as our results on the field.
RHINO BASEBALL OPENS UP ROMEOVILLE FACILITY
Because of the growth Rhino Baseball saw over its first years the program opened a 15,000 SF facility in Romeoville, Illinois to allow for the players to do more in their training and development.
RHINO BASEBALL WISCONSIN IS ESTABLISHED
Greg Blaesing and Andy Zwirchitz meet at a tournament and quickly realize they have the same vision for player development and what a program should resemble. Premier Athletic's, ran by Squeeze, and their 4,500SF facility become Rhino Baseball.
RHINO BASEBALL BEGINS
The start of Rhino Baseball transpired because of the need in the area for a program that encompassed everything a player needed under one roof. In the first year Rhino Baseball started with 10 teams out of Frankfort, Illinois.