The Eastern Shore FORCE (Free Organization Representing Children Exclusively) was developed with one mission… to allow children the opportunity to play baseball year round for little to no cost. The Eastern Shore FORCE is a 100% non profit organization simply wanting to give all ball players the opportunity to go to tournaments and practice year round. Eastern Shore FORCE has a scholarship program in place to cover costs if a family cannot afford to pay. If your child wants to play baseball we are here to help your child develop his skills of the game.

FORCE provides year round coaching from dedicated coaches for free. FORCE coaching staff is comprised of highly dedicated coaches ranging from college players to highly knowledgeable coaches who have been involved with youth baseball leagues for many years.

FORCE has developed a winter program at Crown Sports Center which has been a huge success with now over 100 kids coming out each week to learn more about the game of baseball.

We decide as an organization which tournaments we will enter and there are no hidden fees. You only pay for your child’s part of the tournament fee. If your child wants to go and cannot afford to pay FORCE will take care of it. We are here for the children regardless of anything else.

Eastern Shore FORCE is a very family oriented program, we believe in faith and education above all else. Our players know the two things you need to succeed are HEART and MIND! We will teach Team Values that build each player’s self-esteem, determination, focus, leadership, teamwork and discipline, all of which are needed to develop life skills. Baseball is not just about winning or losing, it is about teaching our children to be the best that they can be while playing a game they love.

Eastern Shore FORCE is a community based program working with Wicomico County to set up tournaments to benefit our local community. This allows for more resources which in turn means more tournaments for the children to play baseball.

“I won’t be happy until we have every boy in America, between the ages of six and sixteen, wearing a glove and swinging a bat.” -Babe Ruth