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About Us

Who We Are

"Of methods there are many, but of principles there are few." 

-- Harrington Emerson

The Patriots have a simple mission: to help youth athletes achieve their baseball goals by focusing on long-term athletic development.  

We're proud to be an affordable non-profit organization with players from multiple local rec leagues.  

Our value proposition is simple: we offer the opportunity for higher-level athletic and baseball skill development that prepares youth athletes for high school baseball, full stop.  MVP coaches are certified by USA Baseball and have years of experience.  

Here are a few of our guiding principles:

MVP builds athletes in a positive environment for players and families.  Baseball is hard. 

We develop transferable skills as players grow and move from youth-fields to adult-sized fields and from lower levels of competition to higher.  

The youth field is a stop, not a destination. 

We help our athletes love the game, build skills for success in baseball and positive habits and character traits for success both on and off the field. 

MVP Tenets:

Respect - Excellence - Compete - Hustle - Have Fun

The health of our youth athletes is paramount. MVP uses a variety of tools like MLB Pitch-Smart to protect young arms and bodies.  Health is non-negotiable.


We expect our managers, coaches, parents and players to conduct themselves in accordance with the NVTBL Code of Conduct. Period. MLB isn't scouting your 10 year old.

Volunteerism. This is a 100% volunteer-run organization. We need team parents, help with the field prep, and on our spring and fall field maintenance days. 

Communication is essential to a positive experience in youth sports. Use the 24-hour rule for concerns.

Leave it better than you found it. Clean the dugouts, empty the trash cans after games, rake the field and reset bases/mounds to LL distances. If you see broken or missing equipment or supply issues, report it!

What We Do

The Patriots are focused on our athlete's long-term success in baseball and life.  MVP coaches help players build skills and fundamentals that transfer from the youth to the adult-sized fields. 

MVP competes by prioritizing the development of well-rounded baseball players over the long-term.

The MVP Way:

1/Build athletes in a positive environment for players and families. 

2/Help players achieve their baseball goals.

3/Develop leaders of character based.

Our youth athletes hail from all over Northern Virginia including Alexandria, Arlington, Springfield, and every corner of Fairfax Country.  

If you want to learn more, contact

Assessments & Teams

MVP typically conducts assessments twice a year -- early November for Spring and last Spring/early summer for Fall.   

Managers may always conduct individual tryouts at their discretion.

Please see the NVTBL Age Policy here.