Metro Baseball

Teaching the Fundamentals of Baseball
to All Skill Levels.

Metro Baseball School is held each summer at Alpenrose Dairy and is designed to maximize each player’s abilities, increase self-confidence, and develop the young player in all aspects of the game.

The program teaches the fundamentals of baseball and is a great place for young ballplayers to learn the proper tools of the game in an organized manner and an atmosphere of congeniality and friendship. Players will have fun while learning all the little things that will help them improve their game.

The school mission is to provide a complete in-depth baseball experience emphasizing fundamentals in order to allow baseball players to reach their full potential, improve their skills, compete, and receive one on one instruction from former college and high school baseball coaches.

Instructors are chosen from among the outstanding coaches in the Portland Metropolitan area and are career teachers and coaches. Along with the career coaches, instruction is provided by active players from area high schools.

Metro Baseball offers two one-week sessions each summer at Alpenrose Dairy for boys and girls ages 7 -12 and is appropriate for all ability levels.

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A Word From the MVP

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“A great school for kids. It teaches the right way, and they make it fun.”

-Dale Murphy

Former Student
2 time NL MVP with the Atlanta Braves
7 time NL All-Star

Behind the Plate

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JACK DUNN -Founder

A baseball legend, Jack Dunn retired from coaching after his 20th season as head coach at Portland State University and his 39th year of coaching baseball. He never had a losing season at PSU, compiling 630 wins. His lengthy career also included 19 years at Portland high schools Cleveland (14 yrs) and Wilson (5 yrs).

In the Division 1 Pac-10 North Conference, PSU won the title in 1984 and advanced to the championship game of the league’s postseason tournament in 1986 and 1990. The Vikings also won the Nor Pac in 1977 and traveled to Tempe, AZ. for the NCAA Regional’s. In 1984 and 1986, Dunn’s teams won 39 games, the state’s collegiate record.