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Suburban Stampede Baseball

2017 Tryout Info for Stampede, Young Guns and Regulators

The Stampede, Young Guns and Regulators teams will be hosting tryouts for the upcoming 2017 season AFTER their respective State Tournaments have finished.  

Specific team tryout dates and times will be posted in mid-June on our tryout webpage.  Private tryouts are available for most teams. If you have questions about a specific team please contact that coach.  


2017 Stampede Registration

Please only fill out the Registration form below if you are ACCEPTING an OFFERED spot on a Stampede, Regulators or Young Guns roster. This is NOT for pre-registration at the Tryouts.


Suburban has developed and supported select / travel teams for both boys and girls for over two decades. Nearly 150 boys and girls represent Suburban through the select program, with many having initiated their playing careers in the Suburban in-house leagues. Suburban teams are very competitive in some of the top leagues in the Omaha area. Many Suburban Stampede players have gone on to play at local area high schools.

Program Goals:

  • Improvement in game fundamentals
  • Fair playing time for all players with an opportunity to learn multiple positions
  • Manageable increase in games vs. in-house
  • Emphasis on the selection of players with a history in the Suburban organization

Important Information:

  • Tryouts in July for following year
  • Season runs from late March or early April to early July.
  • Additional practice time required, with teams beginning optional practices as early as January or February.
  • Dedicated in season practice fields for Stampede teams to use for practices and alternate game sites.  
  • Costs for the additional games and equipment will be borne by the players families. 
  • Most teams annual budget is $900-$1000 per player
  • Blue teams can expect to be scheduled for 50 games including 6-7 Tournaments, Green teams are scheduled for 42 games including 5 tournaments.  
  • Most games will be played in the Omaha Metro area with very limited to no regional travel to help control costs to families.