Program Overview

The Queen City Baseball Club was founded in 2019 by Daniel Cooke and Eddie Hull. The program rebranded to the Corndogs in the fall of 2021 and has seen recent success on and off the field. We have showcase and travel teams from 13U-17U. We also have a summer collegiate wood bat team.

Our coaches have a passion for helping develop young men through the game of baseball. Baseball is a game full of life lessons, and we try to pass those lessons onto our players. Our staff is comprised of high school and college coaches who know how to navigate the baseball landscape, while creating the best possible experience for our players.

Program Philosophy

We believe practices and training are essential to the player development process and must be emphasized. Our coaches are equipped with practice plans and development programs that will help each player maximize their ability.

Program Mission

To create a positive and competitive environment for our players. Our coaching staff promises to focus on total development of each player – both on and off the field.

Program Goals

To give our players a platform to play high level baseball, create an unparalleled experience, and ultimately teach life skills that will translate to their lives after baseball.

“Best org in Charlotte. Hope to be here a long time!” – Current Corndog Family

“I love the practice plans and structure, along with the number of knowledgeable coaches on the field at any given time. I also greatly appreciate the energy and communication that exists from coach to player, and from the organization at large, to the parent. I believe that you deliver on your mission of developing the player and person. On the whole, and in general, this is how youth baseball should be done.”

–  Current Corndog Parent

“The coaching, players, competition, communication… everything has been top notch and we have been so happy. Thank you for a great experience!” – Current Corndog Parent

“Continue to be thoroughly impressed with every aspect of what ya’ll are building. Couldn’t be more happy!” – Current Corndog Parent