What comes to mind when you hear the name, Rhino Baseball? For the various teams my sons have played for over the years, which do include higher level teams, the answer would be “Oh boy, it’s going to be a battle.” If you are a travel baseball family throughout the south suburbs of Chicago or Fox Cities of Wisconsin, then you know the Rhino Baseball organization is a formidable opponent at any age level. In thinking about this, I actually have never been a part of any team that thought playing against the Rhino’s would be an easy win. That says a lot! I decided to find out more about the Rhino Baseball organization in order to see why the initials RB on a powder blue uniform makes even the very best teams quake in their cleats. Greg Blaesing is the President and Director of Player Development for Rhino Baseball. He began the organization in 2012 because he felt there was a need for a more competitive baseball program that would have year-round training. With that dedication, the program has built up over the years and in August of 2018 they can be very proud of the fact that Rhino Baseball has been named as one of Youth Baseball Magazine’s Top 100 Youth Programs in the Nation. Let’s see what makes them so special.
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