Angels 2021 Youth Spring League
Registration is Now Open
Registration is now open for our 2021 Angels Youth Spring League. The Angels Youth Spring Season, based out of Montgomery County, MD is entering its’ fourth season and we will have six teams take the field in 2021! Personal Development continues to be at the center of our focus at Angels Baseball. The Spring Season specifically focuses on one’s teamwork, leadership and competitive skills. We will encourage players to strive for individual achievement; but we stress that individual achievement in a team sport comes after one focuses on how they can best help the team. We are incredibly excited about the coming season and look forward to having families return after the 2020 season was canceled due to COVID-19. Please click on the link below to review more information about the League and to begin the registration process.
Prepare for Your Future Today
We are excited to announce the launch of the Angels Network! The Angels Network is a FREE program that brings together High School kids in an effort to help better prepare them for life after school. Some may go on to college; some may go to a trade school; while others may elect to begin their careers. Wherever the path may lead for each individual, the Angels Network serves as a guide. We are even more excited to have Angels alum, Ramon Reyes, leading the program. Ramon first joined the Angels back in 2006, and currently serves as a recruiter for a Biotech Engineering firm in Plymouth-Meeting, PA. The program will have its' first meeting in February. Each month, we will announce the agenda for the following month's session through our Newsletter. If you are not current receiving our Monthly Newsletter, click on the Contact menu at the top of our website, and get added to our distribution list. Click on the link below to learn more!
Registration Open for 14U Program
Inaugural Season in MD
We are proud to announce that the Spring 2021 season will serve as the inaugural season for Angels Baseball’s 14U Program in Montgomery County, MD. The team will be made up of kids, ages 13 and 14, and will primarily compete in the Rockville Baseball Association (RBBA), an affiliate to Major League Baseball’s RBI (Reviving Baseball in the inner cities) program. The team will also compete in one local tournament in addition to their league games in RBBA. Over the past three years, the Angels Youth Program in Montgomery County has become a home for over 70 families, and counting. As the kids aged, we saw a need to fill a void between the age 12 and when they reach high school. Many families are not interested in travel baseball or Rec baseball due to high cost (travel) and lack of proper development. And Angels Baseball is honored to fill that void. The ages of 13 and 14 are very critical in one's development, and we are excited to have the opportunity to continue working with families to help aid in that development. Whether a player is looking to build their skills to one day play at a high level; or whether they simply want to play a game they enjoy; we believe our 14U program is the answer. Click on the link below to learn more and register.
Before I joined the Angels Baseball program, I was a poor kid from a rough neighborhood in Philadelphia. Angels Baseball helped me earn a scholarship to Eastern University where I graduated with a bachelors degree in Education. I now have a full-time job and own a home in the Philadelphia suburbs. My dreams were realized because of the core traits of life that I learned during my time with Angels Baseball. I will be forever grateful for my time spent at the academy.
Coach Con is one of the greatest coaches, role models, and leaders that I have had to pleasure to know. He is an amazing instructor of baseball, but that is just the tip of the iceberg. His instruction goes far beyond the game and really is about building/creating great young men who also play the game of baseball the right way. I could never thank him enough for all that he has done and continues to do for my son, team, and myself.
Con imparts the knowledge he has gained over so many years to help everyone achieve the success they are seeking. With our boys, that knowledge and motivation he has imparted has grown beyond the baseball diamond. He has taught them the value and rewards of working hard in their school work, at home and in their community. Anyone who has had the pleasure of working with Con learns that he is guided by his belief of "servant leadership" helping others achieve things within themselves that they never thought were possible.
Con Aquilante's ability to tap into each of his player's focus, desire, and commitment to excellence both on and off the field is immeasurable. When you combine that with top notch technical instruction and a culture where players are focused as much on helping their teammates grow as they are themselves, the result is truly a special experience. Simply put, the Angels program encapsulates the VERY BEST of what sports are all about.
My son joined the Angels team at the age of 11. Though, he was the youngest amongst high-schoolers, Coach Con welcomed him and helped him not only to strengthen his baseball skills but more importantly challenged my son to be confident on the field and in the classroom. Each week, I sat at practice waiting for Con's quote of the day in order to claim it on Monday morning while encouraging my students to believe, work harder, and have fun while doing it.
Throughout the time I have spent with the Angels Baseball program, Coach A has ingrained so much knowledge into my brain in regards to baseball but in addition life skills. Coach is extremely passionate about forming young men not just athletes.
Angels Baseball and Con Aquilante was so much more than exceptional baseball instruction. My son learned about himself and every day ideals- things that he will take with him in life to be successful. The Angels Baseball program was a blessing!
I want to thank coach Con Aquilante, for all that he has done for me. Being a player with the Philadelphia Angels, Coach Aquilante has helped me prepare and continue to get better. He taught me how to train, play, become a better baseball player and be the best person I could be. I have spent a lot of time with Coach A to where he feels like a second father. I have tremendous respect for him in helping me become a successful baseball player and person.