Leading The World In objective Measurement in both position players and pitchers!
97MPH Throwing Speed
Xander Rojahn started in the 4th grade. His turn and burn throwing high was 88mph by the 8th grade and has reached 97mph by the 10th grade.
Xander has committed to Arkansas University.
Nick Juaire Signs With TCU!
Nick has attended several Fastball USA camps throughout the years and travels all the way from Minnesota.
Nicks exceptional throwing speed and hitting power (97 MPH)has opened the door of opportunity at Texas Christian University. (TCU)
Dakota Kotowski Signs With Missouri State University
Dakota has been doing Fastball USA training since he was 10 years old. Recently he set our Academy Record hitting a baseball 106mph exit velocity.
Jack Ryan Throws 90mph in 8th grade
Our own Jack Ryan was selected to the USA National Team and led the world cup event in Home Run's, RBI's, and Slugging %
First 100mph Hitter From Taiwan
Fastball USA student Gavin Chang demonstrating drills in Taiwan
Coach Steve working with
Taiwan coaches and players
Mike Giovenco was drafted twice while training with Fastball USA including by the KC Royals in the 10th round.
Just wanted to let you know that we do nearly all the same arm care here as we did at fastball. We do numerous variations of all of the arm care on an everyday basis, and also we do ALOT of the flexibiltiy and pre workout warmups that we did at fastball. Fastball USA pretty much prepared me for pro ball, and currently I have over 100 innings on my arm this year, and I have to thank you for teaching me the importance of arm care. In the past, my arm would usually be in pain around this time of year, and I would be experiencing "dead arm". But currently my velocity is still sitting in the 90-93 range and topping around 95mph.
Once again, I just wanted to thank you for everything, and please continue to stress the importance of arm care, flexibiltiy, and good old fashioned hard work to the rest of the guys.
Our system not only works for the Youth, High School, and College players it also works for the Pro's.
Mike Giovenco - Drafted KC Royals
Simeon Lucas was drafted in the 7th round by the Cleveland Indians out of high school.
Simeon set his personal record of 104mph exit velocity and has trained using the Fastball USA system throughout his career.
Ryan Hinchley Drafted By The Chicago White Sox
I was throwing 82mph last summer in High School and then I got up to 90mph by winter. It was absolutely amazing when it happened."
Pete Tountas was drafted twice in his career including by the Boston Red Sox and the New York Mets.
Pete began working with Mike Ryan and Fastball USA when he was in 8th grade and continued throughout his baseball career.
Fu-Lin Kuo played in the Yankees organization and now plays in the CPBL for the Unilions. He was the original CPBL player to come to America to work with Fastball USA
CPBL Super star Cheng-Min Peng traveled from Taiwan to Chicago to work with Mike Ryan and Fastball USA.
Peng is a very popular players in the Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL) in Taiwan.
He is one of three players from the CPBL who traveled to Chicago to work with Coach Ryan last year.
Kao-Chih Kang Plays professional baseball in the CPBL and reached a milestone of 1000 games caught in the CPBL.
He was one of the 3 pioneers of the CPBL to travel to the United States last year to work with Coach Ryan and Fastball USA.
It's Not Just Baseball!
Anyssa Iliopoulos was the first to pioneer our training methods to elite level softball.
A scholarship To Rutgers University!
In Fact Both Anyssa Iliopoulos and Mary Iliopoulos we both selected to the Greek National Team in 2017.
Anyssa With Coach Ryan on signing day with Rutgers University.
Mary Iliopoulos holds our academy throwing record for softball at Now 73mph.
Fastball USA is all about preparing both baseball and softball players for the highest levels of the game. To reach these levels it will take athleticism that stands out. Our program combines strength/speed/power in the most unique training system for baseball and softball.
We simply don't do slow. Our training revolves around high energy explosive burst, that directly relates to throwing and hitting a baseball.
This system has helped hundreds of players move on to the college level and some even into professional baseball.
Ethan Routzahn attends Northwest Florida State University and Next Year will be at St. Johns University.
Ethan became our first 200mph member by both throwing and hitting the baseball over 100mph.
He first threw 100mph at the age of 16.
Ethan began training when he only 13 years old.
200mph Total Baseball Power Club
Austin Foote - Indiana University
Joey Hanley Defies the Odds
Despite battling epilepsy Joey Hanley inspired us and demonstrating tremendous work ethic, belief and the ability to overcome many obstacles in his career.
He is currently playing college baseball in California.
In this picture he set his personal record of 91mph. Joey is a walking inspiration to us all.
Mike DiViesti - Butler University
What he has learned at Team Fastball helped him get recruited and earn a spot on Butler's baseball team.
The key difference between playing for Team Fastball versus other travel teams is that the coaches at Team Fastball work on the skills and attitude that makes one a better baseball player. It is not just about winning a game.
Ryan Loutos - 90MPH
Washington University in St. Louis
Ryan Loutos is another great Fastball USA Story. As a freshman he was throwing 72mph.
His senior year at Barrington High School he was touching 90mph.
He was the most dominating high school pitchers in the state of Illinois.
For that, he was honored before the White Sox game for his All State Honors.
Ryan will be playing at Washington University in St.Louis one of top academic schools in the nation.
"Before coming to Fastball USA, I was a freshman throwing 72mph.
As a kid I was taught to throw with good mechanics
and never to just let it fly.
In about 2 years, I have gained 14 mph on my fastball because of the great training.
I would definitely recommend Fastball USA to anyone who wants to work hard and has goal of playing at the
It is a great way to specifically train for baseball and improve your game in the right way."
Chris Iliopoulos - Truman State Univ.
Chris is a 100mph member of our exit speed club.
He began when he was 10 years old and set his personal record of 104mph.
Chris has now come back to coach Team Fastball.
To Join Us At Fastball USA
Choose your best option
If you're coming from out of town choose
Explosive Hitting Boot Camp OR
Texas Baseball Ranch Pitching Camps
Select Summer Training Dates
If you're local to us
- Begin With An Initial Evaluation
The Evaluation Helps us determine and match a proper training program for your son or daughter.
Fastball USA Hitting Camp
In Taiwan With CPBL
60 Players including 20 professional hitters from the Chinese Professional Baseball League and some from the United States Major League Organizations attended this event along with amateur players.
45 coaches also attended the 2 day coaches event. The CPBL brought Coach Ryan and Coach Vandenbranden to Taiwan to help implement the Explosive Hitting Program and inspire new concepts to hitting training.
Fastball USA is the Worlds # 1 Training Center For Baseball when it comes to developing baseball power.
---------------------------------------------Players all over the world are converging on Fastball USA near Chicago.
Players Come To Train with us from...
Taiwan, The Netherlands, Canada, Australia, The Phillipines
Plus..... Players From All Over the USA.
California, New York, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Minnesota, and everywhere in between.
They know that Fastball USA is results oriented system that produces powerful athletes.
Everyone talks about development but at Fastball USA we believe development equals undisputed results.
21 Athletes Have thrown or hit 100mph
163 Have thrown or hit or 90MPH
9x a Fastball USA Student Has Been Drafted
Want to play College Baseball?
Most make the incredible mistake of trying to showcase their way through high school.
Remember - Exposure works both ways.
At the end of the day the players that play at the highest levels throw harder, run faster, and hit harder than everyone else. You can't trick people!
Our system was created over the years by focusing on what pro scouts, and college coaches are looking for in a player.
The Bottom line is this......If you're going to maximize your ability, then your training is what needs to separate you from the rest. Your training! Not the team you play on.
Our training produces D1 Athletes, all levels College Athletes, and even some pro athletes.
When you do what everyone else is doing, you will certainly get what they are getting - which isn't much.