Axe Bat is now the Official Bat of the Lithia Springs Phillies Baseball Club

Axe Bat is the Official Bat of the Lithia Springs Phillies

Today, we’re excited to announce a new partnership with Axe Bat. Are you familiar with Axe? They’re a family owned company near Seattle obsessed with making a better baseball bat. In fact, their mission is to make the world’s best bat for your swing. They’ve designed a handle, which they’ve patented, that looks very much like what you might see on a common ax, but has been engineered to support the biomechanics of the swing. Not only does it offer a better grip, it allows hitters to swing faster with more barrel control. Over time, that means harder, more consistent contact.

Lots of MLB players already have switched to this style. Mookie Betts and George Springer are two of the more prominent, but more than 100 others have used it in games since 2015. Additionally, most of the top 25 college baseball teams are using Axe Bat’s Speed Trainers for improving bat speed in their player development programs.

In partnering with Axe Bat, we will have the opportunity to demo all of their new game and training products, participate in their bat-fitting sessions to fit hitters to an optimal bat and handle type, and receive exclusive discounts on Axe Bat game and training products year round.

This is an exciting partnership for us as it aligns with our view of where the game is headed and how best to develop players using the latest tools and technologies.

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Fightin Phillies Win The Grand Slam June Jam Summer Series 4

Fightin Phillies Win The Grand Slam June Jam Summer Series 4

Tournament Recap:

The Fightin Phillies won the Grand Slam Summer Series June Jam Week 4 Tournament. Shaking off the rust from the pandemic enforced break, the Phillies played inspired baseball all weekend long.  Zion Menafee, Jakaii Williams, and Aden Rucker hit their first home runs of the season. Sam Kurkian, Jayden Bradley, and Tyler Bright all had strong pitching performances for the Phillies as well. 

Fightin Phillies vs Georgia Stars Baseball Academy-Waters

The Phillies won their first game 9-5 over Georgia Stars Baseball Academy – Waters. Aden Rucker lead the way with 2 home runs and 5 RBI’s. The Phillies would use the long ball to their advantage. Trailing 5-2 in the top of the second inning, Zion Menafee hit a home run to close the gap to 5-3. The Phillies added 2 more home runs in the 3rd inning. Williams and Rucker both hit home runs in the 3rd to give the Fightin Phillies a 6-5 lead. Rucker would put the game away in the 5th with his second home run of the game, a 3 run blast over the left-field fence, putting the Phillies ahead 9-5 and sealing the victory.




Fightin Phillies vs Oconee Wood Ducks (Pool Play)

In Game 2, the Phillies were matched up against the Oconee Wood Ducks. The game would end in a rain-soaked 3-3 tie. With the Phillies leading 7-3 in the top of the 4th, strong showers forced the teams off the field. The game would later be canceled and scored based on the last completed inning resulting in a tie.


Fightin Phillies vs Georgia Select (Semi-Finals Matchup)

The Fightin Phillies continued their strong play on Sunday. The Phillies won their semifinal matchup 12-4 against Georgia Select 11U. They collected 17 hits in the game. Tyler Bright started the game on the mound with Sam Kurkian later coming on in relief. Behind strong performances from both Bright and Kurkian, the pitchers combined to hold Georgia Select to only 3 hits on the day.

Fightin Phillies vs Oconee Wood Ducks (Championship)

The Championship game would be a rematch of the rain-shortened game vs the Oconee Wood Ducks. The Phillies struck early in the game, scoring 3 runs in the bottom of the first inning to take an early lead of 3-0. After a scoreless 2nd inning, the Phillies pulled away in the bottom of the 3rd inning, adding 5 runs for an 8-0 lead. Sam Kurkian and Jayden Bradly would do the rest, combining to pitch 5 shutout innings. The Phillies went on to win the game 8-0 and captured the tourney championship in the process.

Join the Fightin Phillies

Join the Fightin Phillies

Join the Fightin Phillies and wear the Pinstripes! Come Play the Fightin Phillies Way: Hustle, Toughness, Respect, Sportsmanship and above all, Winning.

The Phillies are looking to add 1-2 additional players for the Spring 2020 Season. We are seeking versatile players that are willing and able to play multiple positions. We will participate in events throughout Georgia, Alabama, Tennesse, South Carolina, and Florida. These include Grand Slam, USSSA, Rawlings, and Perfect Game events.

Phillies celebrate a hard fought victory after winning the Grand Slam Sunday Series event in Gwinnett.

Lithia Springs Phillies Baseball Club is a 501c3 organization founded in 2016. Our organization focuses on developing the complete person and player. Over the 3 years of our existence, LSPBC has proven to be a consistent winner on the field and in the classroom. We have multiple A/B honor roll students. On the field, our players have also been selected to multiple all tournament teams and received recognition for their play and sportsmanship. For example,as a 10U organization, the Phillies had 7 players invited with 5 participating in the 2nd Annual 10U Perfect Game Series Classic in Ft. Myers.

Schedule a private workout today. Join the Fightin Phillies and wear the pinstripes!

Prospective members register for a workout here

4 Phillies Make the PG 10U Fall One Day Showdown #2 All Tourney Team

Perfect Game has released the 2018 PG Fall Showdown #2 All-Tournament Hitters Team. The Phillies had 4 players make the team. Congratulations are in order for the following players:

Jakaii Williams
Jayden Bradley
Brycen Norman-Jimill
Jarrell Reynolds, Jr

Jayden Bradley also made the all-tournament team last fall at the Showdown as well.

The Phillies tied with eXposure Elite and Knuckleheads with the most players to make the list.…/Tourn…/AllTournamentTeam.aspx…