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Logan,

I wanted to share some great news with you about my son and your Dallas Patriot, Jared Thompson.

Jared was notified at the end of the school year for 2016 that he was selected as the “Metro Athletic Conference – MVP for 2016”.   Thursday June 9th, we found out that Jared was selected as NJCAA, Division 3, First Team All-American.

Both selections are an enormous honor for him and immediately makes us want to acknowledge his involvement with the Dallas Patriots and the immense impact your organization had on his athletic and personal growth.  His mother and I can’t thank you enough for your personal involvement and the commitment of your organization to player development.

Many thanks to you personally as mentor, counselor and baseball extraordinaire.  Equally to Jerry Valdez as the meticulous hitting instructor, mentor and incredible coach.  Last but not least, thank you for the many camps, learning opportunities and your capable associates every single one.  They are all influential in the efficiency of your enterprise.

The journey continues for Jared as he has committed to attend school and play baseball at the University of Texas – Tyler in the fall of 2016. Please share the news with your Patriot family and let us know if there is anything Jared can do to assist you and your organization.

I’m aware you have many activities competing for your time and I’m hoping I can set a time with you to visit by telephone about how I can best help Jared going forward.

Thank you again for your help and advice.

Respectfully yours,

Johnny D. Thompson
06/07/2016
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Our son started taking lessons with his coach/instructor almost 2 years ago at the Premier Baseball Academy (Plano). One of the first things my wife and I noticed was it wasn’t just a hitting lesson … It was the beginning of a relationship. One that over time has included life lessons along with leadership training and accountability . Our son goes to each lesson knowing that his coach/instructor is working hard to not just make him a better baseball player but also a better young man!
04/01/2013
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“Having private lessons at Premier Baseball Academy has made an incredible difference with our son.  His instructors are true baseball people and students of the game.  They are not only extremely knowledgeable, but they teach him sound fundamentals by breaking it down into steps that are easy to understand and follow.  They connect with our son in a way that strengthens his confidence and further builds his love for the game.”

-WFAA Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus
03/22/2013
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My son has been taking lessons from the staff at Premier Baseball since joining the Dallas Patriots three years ago.  Not only have lessons helped by teaching him the proper mechanics of both pitching and hitting, but have also assisted in his improvement on the finer points of those mechanics and the mental side of the game whether it is his approach at the plate or on the mound.  As he was taking lessons at another facility before joining DP, I can definitely say there is a huge benefit to taking lessons from either the direct coach or someone with whom that coach has an existing working relationship.  The carryover from the cage to the field, and vice versa, has been invaluable in helping him grow as a player. As well, the communication between the parents and the coaches has been integral to his success on the field.  It has significantly helped me as a parent to better understand what I can do to help him practice off the field and possibly avoid injury.All in all, I am a firm believer in lessons, as my baseball knowledge only goes so far; and I agree with Logan when he says “If you can afford lessons, you are crazy not to get them.”Thank you Premier/DP for all the invaluable coaching.

Larry W. McCoy

03/22/2013
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Jerry,

Cindy and I would like to thank you for all of the time and energy that
you gave our team and particularly Christian these past 4 years. There is
something to be said, when an individual goes beyond what is expected of
him/her in their job and consistently exemplifies leadership and
integrity. Please know that because of these qualities, you taught
Christian much more than the game of baseball and that he will be much
better prepared for his next “life” at WF because of you.

Logan,
We thank you for the organization that you have developed and for all of
the recruiting you made on Christian’s behalf…we are proud to now be
“Patriot’s Alum”.

Kevin
07/23/2012
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Check out this story from one of our Dallas Patriots Parents:

So we’re walking down a sidewalk here in Seattle and a man walking alongside
looks over and says “Hey kid, is that a Dallas Patriot cap?” He goes on to
say that he played for you when he was younger —- Chris Davis from the
Orioles, who is in town to play the Mariners. He and Nicholas get to chat a
bit – totally small world coolness!

07/04/2012
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Logan,
I want to take a moment and provide some feedback on Kieran. He has been a great coach and mentor to Hunter and his team. The team really appreciates his leadership. They respect him. They value him.

The team thinks enough of Kieran that they gave up an off week-end to attend church with Kieran this weekend. A lot of teams will partcipate in a fun activity on an off day, but to attend a church service at thier coach’s church shows a much deeper respect and appriciation for Kieran as a person and a coach than I have seen in a long time.
As a parent, you hope the people involved in your child’s life are a postive influence on them. Kieran is a great role model and coach.

Our experience with the Dallas Patriots has been outstanding. From our first season with Mitch Putman, then with Matt Moore and now Kieran. The coaching he has received has been awesome. Jerry Valdez is really doing a great job with him.

Chelsey, Betsey and Jim have always been polite, respectful, and helpful. That they have taken the time to learn our names and remember previous conversations we have had shows they care.

Thank you.
Marc Punjak

04/23/2012
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Im the father of Caleb Hemphill and I just wanted to take the time to write a little note. Caleb is playing on the DP 18u etx. I just wanted to let you know that Im extremely impressed with the way that you represent the program. We have played alot of baseball in Caleb’s life and we love the game, it has always been a dog eat dog world out there as Im sure you know. However you have been so far an exception to the rule. I also believe that you dont have to win ball games to be a winner. We have always tried to teach Caleb that ” Attitude is everything” and it is very important to “set yourself apart and not above”. Im all about the kids my self and this is the first time,other than my self ,that someone has proclaimed GOD as an important aspect in basball. I my self after yesterday afternoon was feeling that I want to be a part of this program my self as a parent. Hoping that Caleb will work hard and be smart , so that I can be a part of the program my self. I have always wanted Caleb to be involved with a good organization that made the kids good people as well as good athlete”s. I to look at the Big Picture and oppurtunities, and hope that his involvement with your program will lead him to great oppurtunities as an adult and if we get to play baseball along the way that is the bonus. If I may ever be a help to a kid or to you, please let me know. Looking forward to the summer and watching some basball.

Lynn Hemphill – Van, TX

06/16/2010
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Logan Stout and the Dallas Patriots Family,

Where do I begin?! I would like to first say that I was absolutely blessed to have the opportunity to be apart of the Patriot Family. Logan Stout is an individual who I have nothing but praise for. Here is an individual who does what he does for all of the right reasons. I was lucky enough to play on the first Dallas Patriots 16U team back in 2004 as we ended in Championship fashion winning the AABC Mickey Mantle World Series title. Logan and his staff are some of the finest in the Nation and it has proven to be vital in my baseball success to this day! The experience that a Dallas Patriot ballplayer goes through is second to none. Simply having the logo on your hat stands for so much.

I was a 15 year old kid who just wanted to play baseball. Logan approached me at a game I was filling in for and we had a conversation about the future. Being a fan of baseball first, he began to tell me the individuals I would have the chance to share the field with. Brad Glenn (University of Arizona/Toronto Blue Jays), Pat McCrory (University of Texas/Baltimore Orioles), just to name a couple. Wow! If I remember correctly more than half of our team received Division I scholarships and even a few of us were lucky enough to be drafted. Logan played a huge role in educating me through my recruiting days. Whether it happened to be media, papers, letters, Logan was very helpful in those areas. I ended up signing a letter of intent with The University of Arkansas although surpassed college after being drafted by the Colorado Rockies with the 87th Overall pick in the 2005 draft. It all comes back to my days as a Patriot. The lessons and fundamentals of not only the game, but the life of a ballplayer that were instilled in me are absolutely priceless.

I sincerely thank Logan for the belief he had in me and for the opportunity he provided me to pursue my dream. I was truly blessed to have had experienced those years with such great people and great players. Once again, Thank You and I wish the Patriot Family nothing but the best in the future!

“United we stand, Divided we fall, All for one and One for All”

Kyle Hancock-Colorado Rockies
03/20/2010
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Logan Stout,

Just a quick note to tell you how thrilled we are to be a part of the Dallas Patriots Baseball Organization. Our son is playing harder, working to develop his God-given talents further, and simply enjoying playing baseball more than he ever has in his young life. I’m seeing a little boy recognize the gifts he’s been given to work with (however big or small) & the tremendous opportunity he’s been provided to develop those gifts to a potential that is simply unachievable on his own. I’m seeing a little boy not taking a bit of this for granted, happily accepting the sacrifices required, sorting through the misunderstandings, questioning & at times criticism extended, all to be more & better than he was today. In the midst of all this and most importantly, I’m a father, watching my son begin the slow process of becoming a man. I couldn’t ask for a more desirable path than through the Dallas Patriots Organization. Thank you…
03/04/2010
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From Sports Camp

“Logan Stout,

My son Dylan was in your baseball camp in July. We just wanted to thank you and your coaches for everything. He learned so much and has been practicing what ya’ll taught him since we got back. Dylan told us he learned 6 to 7 times more in that 1 week than he has in the past year with his batting coach. He loves baseball and has played since he was 5 yrs old. He has played Little League and also Select Baseball-so we have had a lot of coaches. You and your coaches were awesome. We have never in all our years of baseball had coaches like ya’ll. I think it is wonderful the way you minister to the boys through baseball. You and your coaches taught the boys with such a positive attitude. And I loved the way Brent recapped everything on Friday and told the the boys how GOD had a plan for each and every one of them. Ya’ll are a wonderful group of coaches!!! Thank you so much!!! It was well worth the 5 hour trip for Dylan to go to this camp. We even talked about how we wished we could move to Plano and let Dylan try out for your team. But I guess for now we will just continue to go to the camps.

Stacy, Bart, and Dylan Hood (Santa Fe, Texas)”

02/06/2010
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Greenville
2006

We live in a small town where baseball is practically non-existent. We discussed it as a family that we needed to travel into the DFW area to find the competitiveness and teams to truly play the game. My wife and I were up front with our sons. It would mean sacrifices, dedication, a whole life style change but if this was what they wanted, we would do it. So, in 2000 we hit the road but the road was rocky. We have been a part of and have seen first hand now the difference in father coached teams and teams coached by professionals. Our oldest son, Wade, joined the Dallas Patriots in January 2005 as a 14-year-old. We knew immediately that this group, these coaches, this organization would be the one to challenge him and push him to his potential. They would give him the opportunities based on his skills and abilities, not for who he is or where he lives but for him, the baseball player. They would develop him, build his confidence and give him guidance towards his goals.

The Patriots organization, along with Logan Stout’s leadership, has met all of our expectations and then some. Logan Stout has assembled some of the finest coaches I have come in contact with. They demand hard work, dedication, teamwork and respect for the game. This fall, our youngest son, Jeffrey, was offered a spot on the 13-year-old team. Both boys were again selected to be a part of the Patriots for Spring 2007. We are proud to have two sons playing for the best organization in the Dallas area. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Frank and Carron Prigmore Campbell, Tx Greenville High School

02/06/2010
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Fairfield – 2007

Just wanted to take a minute and let you know that Brady Johnson (13 yrs old) thought the winter camp was awesome! He really enjoyed it and came away with some great instruction! Brady has been to several camps in the past but none like this one. I watched him hit yesterday and I couldn’t believe my eyes. I don’t know exactly what all he learned but it has definitely made a difference. It was worth every penny. (Can you do a refresher around April?) Thanks for the opportunity. Chifawn Johnson

02/06/2010
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Allen H.S. – 2006

Logan Stout – I wanted to send you a letter of thanks for a terrific first season with the Dallas Patriots. Since I recently moved from Florida to Texas, I wanted to be sure that I aligned myself with a baseball program that was based on integrity, intensity, a desire to be the best. Despite the fact that most of our players were new to each other, we came together as a team in a short period of time. I really enjoyed playing with my team mates. Our players were from cities throughout the state of Texas. Although some may think that would be challenging, we still managed to practice 2 – 3 times per week in addition to our competitive baseball season. As you know, baseball is a game of statistics. The Dallas Patriots website kept track of each player’s statistics throughout the summer. Within hours after each game finished, our scores and stats were immediately updated on the Dallas Patriots website. That by itself, is very impressive and a real motivator for someone like me. The Dallas Patriots offer many extras that benefit the players that many other clubs don’t have. The web-based player stats, the communication to the players through the website, the advanced planning for tournaments, the multiple practices throughout the summer, and the annual banquet are all great opportunities that other baseball clubs don’t offer.

Thanks for your intensity as a coach. I sincerely appreciate all of the time that you spent this summer helping not only me, but also many of our Dallas Patriot players. Many, many BIG thanks to Haley for keeping us all on track and doing all of the extra’s that make the Dallas Patriots Baseball Club the best. Your friend, Cody Brunk Dallas Patriots 16U Summer 2006


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02/06/2010
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Irving – 2006

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing”. We have all heard that axiom muttered before. The question in my mind is, “In what context does it apply?”. A won-lost record is a definitive way to determine success on the field. Every team and organization strives to achieve the best record it can. The coaches are demanding at times as they should be, for after all, they want to win as much as anyone. What separates the Dallas Patriot organization from others are its core values and approach to attaining success. Sometimes I feel like the parents are evaluated as much as the players. No one enjoys sitting on the sidelines listening to constant complaining or even taunting.

With two boys participating, I have spent a lot of hours on the sidelines with caring and sharing people I now consider true friends of mine. Do not hesitate to allow your son the opportunity to be a part of an organization dedicated to winning while at the same time genuinely concerned about the growth of your child as an individual and learning the essentials of team competition and the value of relationships. Mark Sheets.

02/06/2010
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Plano – 2006

To – Logan Stout, Bert DeLaGarza & Jerry Valdez Regarding – Patriots Baseball Date 11-02-06 Gentleman Our family has thoroughly enjoyed our first full season of Patriot’s baseball. We would like to thank each of you for the time spent with Toran on and off the field. The new quote around our household is “Play the Game”. Learning to “Play the Game” is great and Toran has learned a great amount of baseball from each of you, however it’s the other disciplines Toran has learned from you that will be most useful as he goes through life.

Hard work, dedication, setting goals, teamwork, mental toughness, facing adversity and playing to win while playing the game are a few of the disciplines that were expected of Toran this year. Gentlemen years from now when Toran and his teammates are responsible, successful contributors to society you will be fondly remembered for the time spent and lessons taught each of these young men. With great appreciation Brad Tillotson


 
02/06/2010
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Coppell – 2007

Dear Logan Stout, We would like to thank you for the excellent instruction and individual attention you have given our son Nick. From the moment he tried out for select teams last year, he had it in his heart to be a Dallas Patriot because of the great reputation you have. When he was invited to be on your team he was so happy! It is obvious that you care about him and the rest of the boys, as you continually focus on how each player can become better and contribute to the overall success of the team. We appreciate your patience and endurance, as well as the wonderful encouragement Nick has received from Bert Delagarza and Mark Eastin.

We are also very impressed with your focus on prayer before every game….that means a lot to us. Nick is very excited and proud to be a Dallas Patriot! He has learned so much this past season, not only about baseball, but about being a dedicated team player. He has said many times that the group of boys he’s playing with now are the best he’s ever played with. We believe that the Patriots is a high quality organization and we are glad to be a part of it! Debbie and Dave Martinez

02/06/2010
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Garland – 2007

Logan Stout, I just wanted let you know how much Kyle enjoyed camp this past week. We had family in town from Wisconsin and Kansas, and they were impressed that not only were the boys learning skills of baseball, but skills for life. It’s one thing to hear something from a parent, but to hear it from your coach, or a Pro, well…. Kyle has already started modifying his diet. He is a Wendy’s junkie and I was floored when he ordered a baked potato with his burger instead of fries!!! WOW!!!!! Thanks for all you do! Sharon Clausing (mother of Kyle Clausing-13U-#11)

02/06/2010
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Oklahoma – 2005

Hey to all you Dallas Patriots and future Dallas Patriots. I would like to take a second and thank Logan Stout and the whole Patriots organization for everything they have done for me. I remember being a 16 year old kid wondering “How could I maximize my exposure and have the most fun doing it.” Well to make a long story short I ended up moving from Oklahoma down south to play summer ball in Dallas. I can still recall sitting in the dugout at Owasso High School in Tulsa Oklahoma playing in the 16 year old regional tournament. First game of the tournament, and we had to be matched up with the most feared team in Dallas, the Dallas Patriots. Hunter Harris (TEXAS) was pitching against us, and of course shut us out. I remember looking upon their team after they had defeated us and I was hoping that one day I could feel the comradery that they felt throughout the whole year. I talked to Logan Stout and he said he would be more than happy to have me play for them the following summer. He took me (as well as 5 others) literally into his home the next summer. I had the time of my life playing with the Patriots. Playing along side Hunter Harris and Kyle Hancock (just to mention a few of the greats) was the best experience I have had. Getting watched by up to 10-15 college and pro scouts each game didn’t hurt my ego and excitement at all either. The Patriots organization developed my skills and my exposure to help me get where I am now, the UNIVERISTY OF ARIZONA! I can still remember hitting BP at Midnight or later with the guys on the team, developing our talents and having the best of times with the greatest years of our lives.

Our friendships off the field have lasted and will last a lifetime. It’s an experience every kid should have the opportunity to be a part of, and an experience every parent should want their kids to have. I sincerely thank all of the Dallas Patriots organization for everything they have done for me and my closest friends on the team. Just Remember… United We Stand, Divided We Fall… All for One, and One for All…Dallas Patriots!!! This is truly the modo Patriots live by, and this helps kids in baseball all the way to the next level and beyond. Sincerely, Brad Glenn (UofA)

02/06/2010
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Mckinney – 2002

It’s been an exciting journey for Brandon with some highs and lows in between, as with life. His dad and I will never forget his first swing with his plastic bat at the age of three and the swing of a hard wood bat in the Cape Cod Summer League this past summer. Brandon still has the passion to play at the next level and hopes he gets another opportunity. We thank you Logan Stout and the Dallas Patriots organization for helping lay the foundation for Brandon to develop his skills to be drafted in 2004 and to earn a D-1 college scholarship along the way.

A highlight for Brandon was winning the Mickey Mantel World Series in his home town of McKinney, TX with Logan Stout as his coach. And now to play for Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn is the icing on the cake. Coach Tony Gwynn has been a great inspiration for Brandon and he’s enjoying every minute playing for the San Diego State Aztecs. He feels this is the place where he is supposed to be. Logan thanks again for all of your support! Sincerely, The Glover’s

02/06/2010
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Central Hights H.S. – Nacagdoches – 2002

Hey Logan, Just came across the website after all these years and thought i would just drop a line and see how everything is going with the patriots. As you probably know i am playing at sfa and doing well there. I would just like to take the time and thank you for all you did for me that first summer I played with your team and all the exposure that i got from playing with yall. Once again thank you. Sincerely, Russ Fornea

02/06/2010
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Lufkin – 2004

Being a part of the Dallas Patriots has paid off for Joey by helping him be seen by many colleges over the last 2 years. We are very pleased with the coaching we have received and the great fellowship with a great group of players, coaches and parents. All of this has paid off for Joey and he this week committed to play college baseball at Texas A&M University. Thanks Patriots for being a part of our family, see ya next year. Joey, Joe Lee, Robin and family


02/06/2010
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Duncanville – 2004

New York Yankee-

Hey, this is Mitch Abeita. I was thinking back to the times I had with the patriots, and I wanted to write this email. I would like to thank Logan Stout, Ron Stout, Bryan Whitsell, Jason Smiga, and ole Bubba Robey. Those were the coaches of my years but im sure the coaching staff is still outstanding. It all started at the baseball academy, where I was taking a lesson, and Logan Stout watched me hit.  He then told me I
could try out for his team; I was 16. Now when I tried out for other teams, I was never nervous, but when I saw some of the competition, I was a little.  Recruiting has gone very well for the Dallas Patriots. I really enjoyed the road trips, and pure summers we all spent together. And I thank God that I was at the baseball field, instead of other places. Everyone should enjoy their summertime, so good luck and have fun playing.

- Mitch Abeita, New York Yankee

02/06/2010
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Gladewater – 2005

Hello to all you Patriots out there. I would like to take this time to thank Logan Stout and the Patriots for all the opportunities they have given me. Being from a small town in East Texas I wasn’t getting any exposure for college baseball or professionally. But after playing for the Patriots I had my pick of colleges and now I am playing for The University of Texas.

This is a dream that I could have never fulfilled without Logan and the Patriots. I will always remember the first day I tried out for the Patriots and the first time I met Logan. I knew I was in the right place. And now after a Mickey Mantle World Series Championship, and three of the most exciting years of baseball and friendships I have ever had, I can proudly say that I am and always will be a Patriot. Sincerely, Hunter Harris

02/06/2010
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Kilgore – 2004

Logan Stout, just wanted to drop you a note and let you know how Pat is doing. He had a great year at Navarro, where he led his conference in hitting and finished the year with a 492 average and 68 RBI’s and 8 homers. We are really proud of him and we know his time on the Patriots helped him along. At the end of the season we found out he was # 6 in the nation in hitting and he was honored by his conference with new comer of the year, and a little later we were told he was selected one of 11 Juco players in the USA to be first team all American infielder. Keep up the good work. God bless, Pat Mc Crory Sr

02/06/2010
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Coppell – 2007

Dear Logan Stout, Our son DJ has been a Dallas Patriot for three years. All of us were excited when he signed his first contract with Logan Stout and the Dallas Patriots. We knew that he had become part of a top notch organization. Logan Stout and his coaches have a main objective which is to develop the talent of their players to the highest level so that hopes of earning a college scholarship can be realized. The coaches build character, self-discipline and confidence in their players.

Which the players in turn, take out onto the field with them. The players take pride in wearing the Patriot uniform, which reflects what they dream of becoming: Professional Baseball Players. These past three years have been a valuable learning experience for DJ. He has traveled to different baseball fields, met new people, and made new friends. We had a great time last summer with Logan and his father, Ron coaching DJ’s team. Thank you also, Haley, for developing such an incredible web site. You have spent hours updating the photos from individual games and the stats on each player. Not only is this informative for the players but it is also great information for potential scouts. We are fortunate to be part of the Dallas Patriot Organization. It is not just a team but a Family. Sincerely Jamie Garber

02/06/2010
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Rowlett – 2007

Dear Logan: We are the parents of Austin Vaughan who played this summer on Rick Geer’s 15U team. We can’t say enough how much we enjoyed our first season with the Dallas Patriots. Rick Geer is absolutely terrific and the parent group of our team was truly awesome. The Patriot organization has really impressed us and we wanted to convey our appreciation for being able to be apart of such a great group of players and coaches. We are looking forward to our younger son Conner’s first season this fall with “your” 10U team. Again, thank you for such a wonderful summer season. Austin is very much looking forward to his return as a Dallas Patriot next summer. Sincerely, Rick and Colleen Vaughan

02/06/2010
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Irving – 2008

Dear Logan Stout and The Dallas Patriots Organization, One of the first things that my son Parker learned after joining the Patriot’s Organization was to always be prepared. Firstly from the standpoint of his appearance (as witnessed by his getting dressed down by how he looked at his first practice) and secondly from his demeanor and effort. “You never know when someone is watching you” he was told. Well, it happened. Parker was noticed. I can’t tell you if it was because of one of the numerous showcases that he participated in with the Patriots, a tournament, one of many practices, a regular league game, or by participating in the instructional camp that you offer in the off-season. I can only tell you this, you and your coaches have gone the extra mile to allow for my son and many others, the exposure that is necessary for a special opportunity to take place. The chance to fulfill their dream of playing baseball in college is the culmination of a lot of time, effort and commitment. I cannot begin to tell you how appreciative my wife Kevyn and I are of your influence on Parker’s development as a ballplayer and as a young man. We are elated at the prospects of him joining one of the most successful programs in the nation at The University of Texas at Tyler. With heartfelt thanks, Mark Sheets

02/06/2010
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Andrews, TX-2009

Hey Logan,

Just wanted to throw in my two cents about what a great program the Dallas Patriots are and just how much it benefited my son Ryan Diaz of Andrews, Texas. We live way out here in West Texas and heard of the Patriots by Johnny and Susan Allison of Midland whose son Tate played for the Patriots two years. Going into last summer, Ryan wanted to play summer ball to get some exposure and at the same time compete at the highest level but we did not really know with who until Johnny told us about the Patriots. During an Andrews game against Midland Lee, Johnny told us everything we needed to know. One phone call led to another and before we knew it Ryan was playing with the 17-year-old Patriots last summer. What a great summer and he learned so much. Being out here in West Texas, it is hard to get noticed and our biggest concern was getting for Ryan some college ‘looks’ going into the summer before his senior season. The Patriots provided that and much more. I would highly recommended it for any parents looking to get their kid noticed and at the same time compete against some of the best talent not only in Texas but across the nation. Ryan had a great season with the Patriots and that all just carried over into his senior season where he led Andrews to the state finals and was named All-State. Just wanted to say thanks for everything you did for Ryan. In between all this, I want to personally thank you for all the calls and emails you send us about coaches interested in Ryan playing college ball for them. By the way, Ryan recently signed a scholarship to play for Grayson College starting this fall. I can without a doubt say that all this came through Ryan’s play on the field and the exposure he got while playing for the Patriots. I’ve run into several baseball families since then with kids that can play and are interested in playing college baseball some day and I tell them about the Patriots all the time. If word of mouth is the best advertisement — you are getting it from me. Again, that’s for everything and once a Patriot — Always a Patriot.
Rudy Diaz

02/06/2010
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Dallas, TX – 2009

Logan,

I wanted to let you know how impressed my wife and I have been with Chase Wilson. My 9 yr old son (almost 10) has been taking hitting and fielding lessons from him for the past 4 months. Chase has been nothing short of AWESOME. My son eats, sleeps and breathes baseball. Chase has become someone Ryan respects as his hero and mentor not just as a coach/teacher. I could not have picked a better person for my son to look up to. We are thankful to have found DP for Ryan’s lessons, and especially thankful to have our son be influenced by a young man who understands it is a hard game, and there are things to learn from baseball that can be taught and used in LIFE. I just wanted you to know how impressive Chase is.

Gene Hall

02/05/2010
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Midland, TX – 2009

We just wanted to take this opportunity to convey our thanks to the
Patriots organization for the great experience my son, Mason LaPlante,
had this fall season playing for Chase Wilson and the 10u Dallas
Patriots. We live in Midland, Texas and made the five + hour drive
for Mason to play with this group. It required a lot of time and
effort to get him there, but it was well worth it. I cannot think of
a better baseball experience than the one we had with this group. I
knew the moment we met Coach Wilson at try-outs that this was the team
for Mason. Coach Wilson is truly an asset to your organization.
Likewise, the boys who made up the 10 team are amazing. They are a
fun bunch of kids who made my son feel welcome from the start. I look
forward to watching how this team progresses in the future. Good
things are in store for them.

Michael and Lisa LaPlante
Midland, Texas
02/05/2010
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“Logan, it means so much for you and Coach Geer to have been able to share in the excitement of Zach signing his National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Oklahoma. Both of you have been an integral part of getting him where he is today.”

Don Paul and Charlotte Good

02/05/2010
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We started using Brent McFadden every week for sessions. I wanted to let you know that we are pleased with him he has taught Byron so much in such a short period of time. He is very professional and over communicates. He always returns my calls. I wanted to let you know that since Byron has only played baseball since March of this year his sessions are something we take serious. He is by far the best we have had thus far. He works well and is stern. I like his teaching style. I wanted to personally thank you for recommending him to us. Also please make sure he gets proper recognition for his excellence.

Thank You,

Amanda Jimison
02/05/2010

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