Elite Sports Baseball department allows for opportunities for everyone. Below is a list of our offerings:

  • Club Baseball
  • College & Adult Leagues 
  • Tournaments 
  • Camps 
  • Training Opportunities 
  • Field Rentals

Legacy Park being the home of Elite Sports, you have access to state of the art facilities whenever you join an Elite Sports program. Legacy Park’s Baseball complex offers: 

  • 8 Baseball/Softball Fields 
  • Fields are convertible to 16 Little League Fields for practice
  • All fields are CoolPlay Turf Technology 
  • On site food & beverage 

Baseball Directors

Bryan Rice

Director of Baseball

He is a Graduate of Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, AZ where he was named athlete of the year, and went on to play baseball collegiately at Grand Canyon University.  He is currently in his 26th year of teaching and his 32nd year of coaching at the High School and Club level.  Was an assistant coach at Saguaro HS and Desert Mountain HS.  He then became the Head Coach at Desert Mountain High School and Desert Ridge High School and is currently the Assistant Head Coach at Red Mountain High School.

John GillEtte

Coordinator of Player Development

A native of Southern California who has spent 27 years in professional baseball. He graduated from Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, CA where he earned 1st team All Los Angeles County, 1st team All Ventura County, and 1st team All-League honors in Baseball and Football. He went to play baseball in Mesa, AZ at Mesa Community College. He was the Head Coach and Assistant Coach at Agoura High School from 1990 to 1992. From 1993 to 1997 he managed and operated West Coast Baseball School in Burbank, CA while scouting part-time for The Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, and Texas Rangers. He spent the next 22 years scouting full-time for the Baltimore Orioles covering The Pacific Northwest, Western Canada, and Southwest. He has signed over 60 professional players and is responsible for drafting and/or signing 9 Major League players including current Arizona Diamondbacks pitchers Zach Davies and Merrill Kelly.