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The Club Spokane Dodgers were founded in 2001 for the serious player looking for a more competitive and rigorous baseball program. The original players were all 12 years old at the time. Since then the Dodgers have evolved from a select-level travel club into a tight knit group of players and parents that we like to call the Dodger family. One of our mottos is "once a Dodger...always a Dodger."

The Dodgers 18U club is managed by Jeff Simmelink with Ryan Simmelink, CJ Perry, Andy Seaman, and Shane Steele as assistant coaches.

The coaches are serious about developing our players into being good citizens and conducting themselves appropriately both on and off the field. The lessons learned with the Dodgers will prepare our players to be future leaders in their communities. Club Spokane encourages the players to pursue other competitive high school sports, activities, and hobbies as a way to develop the complete student athlete.



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July 24, 2015:    Dodgers Lose Family Member


(Coeur d'Alene, ID) On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 the Dodgers lost a family member. Reggie Nault drowned on lake Coeur d'Alene while boating with friends.
Reggie joined the Dodgers in 2015 and was a catcher, infielder, and outfielder on the 18U team. He was an energetic player who played the game with passion. His future was very bright and he was already excelling at the 18U level as a high school sophomore. His engaging personality and caring nature made him popular with everyone around the program.
Words cannot describe the sadness this has brought upon the Dodger community. We will pull together and help each other get through this difficult time.
The Dodger Family extends our support and prayers towards Reggie's Family during this difficult time.
Reggie will be missed but never forgotten. It is a sad, sad day.
Once a Dodger, always a Dodger.