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Welcome Bellarmine Assistant Ross Spurgeon

We would like to welcome Ross to the Ville! Ross is looking to help our kids who would like private lessons. Contact Ross:

(931) 267-3943


Ross Spurgeon, a middle TN native and ex-professional pitcher, with knowledge of today's game from a new and old school side of baseball. Previous NAIA, NCAA D2 pitching coach. Bench coach for the professional Lexington Legends and now Assistant coach at Bellarmine University. A background in strength and conditioning with a master’s in nutrition. Offers a wide basis of information to pass along to the next generation of the game. Coach Spurgeon has always been connected to helping the youth side of the game from lessons to camps he has this to share, ” I was blessed to experience a high level of baseball and I wouldn't trade it for anything. My personal goal is to help everyone have the tools and knowledge brought to me by my career, so they can have a chance to play further.” 



Pitching Instructions, Arm Care and programing, Technology in the Game, Strength and condition for players of all ages. Outfield Instruction, Hitting Instruction (For younger ages), Catching Drills and foundations, Explosive Drills for all athletes, Speed Drills for Athletes, Nutrition for Healthy Athletes, Mobility Work for Baseball Athletics.  

Introducing Erik Phelps

We'd like to welcome Erik Phelps to the Chris Burke Baseball staff of instructors.

Phelps is a long time Vipers Coach who is the Head Baseball Coach at South Oldham High School and bring 20+ years of coaching experience at the High School and College level. He has taken 3 teams to Regional Championships and helped develop players for all levels of college: NAIA, JUCO, NCAA Division I, II, and III. Phelps was named the 2018 8th Region Coach of the Year.

Coach Phelps was a local prospect and played at Trinity High School and walked on at the University of Louisville.

To schedule a lesson, Coach Erik Phelps can be reached at 502-526-8210 or 

Coronavirus UPDATE 5/29/20

Players, Parents, and Coaches,

Thank you to everyone who has been at our campus for a social gathering of 10 or less while following all of the new rules and procedures. We have all of those in place are for the safety of those who are gathering in small groups. Please make sure to continue to follow the drop off/ pick up procedures and ESPECIALLY the Social Distancing Rules and the requirement to submit and Online Health Screening Form before coming on campus.

I want to keep the lines of communication open with everyone as to where we are in the process of getting back to the field. We are currently working through the guidance that the State of Kentucky has published to set our official rules and guidance for teams when practicing or playing in the State of Kentucky and using our facilities. Please know that the safe to return to "Youth Sports" dates in KY are June 15 for practice and June 29 for competition. Look for more guidance in the coming days.

I want to make it perfectly clear that regardless of what "Phase" of reopening we or the government are in we will respect your decision if you choose to keep your child "Healthy at Home". This message has been sent to our coaches many times and it is very important that parents also understand. We do not want you to feel ANY pressure to return your child to the field if you are not ready. We will respect everyone's decisions on what to allow or what not to allow their child to do. What we do ask is that you keep your child's coach up to date so they can formulate a plan for a successful return to team baseball.

Finally, ACTION ITEM!!
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2020 Dugout Club

Our 2020 Dugout Club is taking shape. Thank you to everyone who has donated. We currently have $7300 donated to our New Field Project!

We still need your help. If you would consider helping grow the best youth baseball facilities in Louisville we would be very grateful.

Become a 2020 Dugout Club Member Today!

2019-2020 Tryout

2019 - 2020

Open Tryout

Saturday, August 3rd

Vipers Field and Vipers PIT, 4601 Springdale Rd, Louisville, KY 40241

7U to 14U players interested in playing for the largest youth baseball club in KY

7U & 8U - 10am - 11:30am

9U & 10U - 12pm - 1:30pm

11U & 12U - 2pm - 3:30pm

13U & 14U - 4pm - 5:30pm

$20 per PLAYER

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Capital Fundraising Campaign

Vipers Baseball Capital Campaign

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Five Year Pledge Club, 2019-2023

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Player Development Opportunities



UPDATED 1/16 - 6PM

We are offering Youth Vipers Players (7U-13U) additional opportunities to develop their skills outside of team practices. We are hosting Player Development Clinics on Saturday evenings. Hitting clinics, defensive clinics, speed and agility clinics, and pitching/catching clinics. We will limit the each session to 12-15 players to ensure everyone is able to get quality instruction.

Clinic are listed below.  To register email  Include your child’s name, their team or Coach, and the Clinic they would like to attend.

Hitting Clinic

Sat, Jan. 20, 6-7:30 at the PIT - CLINIC FULL

Sat, Jan. 27, 6-7:30 at the PIT - CLINIC FULL


Defense / Speed & Agility Clinic 

Sat, Jan. 27, 6-7:30 at BHPT

Feb. 3, 6-7:30 at BHPT - CLINIC FULL

**BHPT - Baptist Health Performance Training


Pitching / Catching Clinic

Sat, Feb. 3, 6-7:30 at the PIT - CLINIC FULL

Sat, Feb. 10, 6-7:30 at the PIT - CLINIC FULL