The Midwest Nationals were founded in 2001 by Randy Merryman and Justin Anderson.  The organization was started to help the top players from AR, KS, MO, OK achieve their goals of playing college or professional baseball. Since 2001 every player that has played with the Nationals has had the opportunity to play college baseball.

Mission

The Midwest Nationals Baseball Organization is dedicated to the development of young baseball players in southwest Missouri and the surrounding area.  The Nationals teams provide opportunity and training for the college bound baseball player, while emphasizing fundamental skills, advanced techniques, good sportsmanship and fun.  Nationals’ teams will play a competitive national schedule against the best teams in the country.

Philosophy

The Nationals teams are for college bound athletes and their parents.  Families committed to participate in college baseball must understand the time commitment involved in the game to develop the skills individually and collectively.  The Nationals will provide the opportunity to develop the necessary skills through experienced coaching, practice opportunities, and games against the top teams in the country.

Coaches involved in the program are all experienced in college and professional baseball with extensive baseball coaching experience.  Our coaches have an extensive network of college coaches and professional scouts across the country to provide access for our players.

Although exposure is important to everyone, our primary focus will always be the development of the team.  If we have a great team, everyone will enhance their opportunity to play college baseball.

Each player that is in the Nats program lives by our motto C3 (Character, Commitment, Competition).

If you would like more information about how to be a part of one of the best organizations in the country please contact us at info@midwestnationals.org.