Hawks teams follow the mission of the Pleasant Hill Baseball Association, an organization that believes that all the players should have ample opportunity to play, improve and have a supportive but still competitive platform to become a better baseball pl

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The Pleasant Hill Hawks play an “interlock-style” of travel baseball, promoting a team spirit that is not simply about chasing tournament trophies. Hawks teams draws from boys in the area and play teams from local communities including Martinez, Walnut Creek, Piedmont, Fremont, Danville, Brentwood, San Ramon and others. Hawks teams also participate in local Northern California tournaments, but they are often within a 90-minute drive of our home field. The Hawks play a very competitive brand of baseball with a focus on learning the right fundamentals. Parents are not expected to travel every weekend to tournaments, and rosters remain stable throughout the season.

Hawks teams follow the mission of the Pleasant Hill Baseball Association, an organization that believes that all the players should have ample opportunity to play, improve and have a supportive—but still competitive—platform to become a better baseball player. The typical Pleasant Hill Hawks season includes 40-50 games and runs from January through June.