November Workouts

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Nick Tropeano getting closer to Big Leagues!

Former Long Island Titan and Stony Brook Pitcher, Nick Tropeano was featured this past week in Newsday…Read More
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Titans SWEEP major Long Island Awards!

Long Island recently announced winners for the end of season baseball Awards and all major awards…Read More
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Over 300 Players Have Received Scholarhips Over Past 9 Years

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Titan News

Titans have CHAMPIONSHIP weekend

The Long Island Titans had a Marathon of Victories this past weekend in the 15, 16, 17, and 18u age divisions. Long Island Titans 16u Blue, Next Level Titans 2016′s & Next Level Titans 2015′s all SWEPT the Championships of the Agostinelli Memorial Tournament on Long Island. All three teams...
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Former Titan gets first MLB WIN!

Former Long Island Titan and current Houston Astros pitcher, Nick Tropeano, recorded his first MLB win on Wednesday Night. In his major league debut, Nick Tropeano struck out five batters over five innings and allowed two runs on Wednesday in a victory against the Mariners. Tropeano struck out the first...
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Titans appear in NEWSDAY!

This past weekend in Ohio, the 18u Body Armor Titans won the 31st Dinger Bat 18U World Series in Dayton Ohio with a 9-5 win over the Indiana Blue Jays. The boys battled against many top teams from the country. They finished the tournament with a 9-0 record in the...
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Titans have a WINNING week!

Long Island Titans 17u White and 17u Next Level Titans were names Co-Champions of the recent Blue Chip Prospect Tournament taking place in Pennsylvania. Both teams excelled by winning 5 games. Titans White allowed only 6 runs during the entire tournament. Anthony Lazar was name MVP. Anthony went 11 for...
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