"Fed up with inconsistent schedules and unreliable facilities in youth baseball? Annoyed by last-minute updates and the hassle of rearranging plans? The Texas Oilers believe that parents and players deserve better Select Baseball . Experience unparalleled organization and dependable private facilities with us. Enjoy consistent practice times, punctual schedules, and well-structured tournaments for a seamless and enjoyable youth baseball experience."
"Featuring a variety of cutting-edge facilities, a highly skilled professional coaching team, teams covering all age ranges, and backed by 12 years of expertise, the Texas Oilers Youth Baseball Program embodies excellence. Our extensive network, knowledge, and connections are instrumental in guiding young athletes towards their next level of success."
"The Texas Oilers Youth Program stands as a testament to our legacy of guiding over 90 young athletes toward their collegiate aspirations. Anchored by a distinguished 12-year history of championship achievements, our program has witnessed numerous players progress to higher levels, with a select few achieving the pinnacle of their dreams by being drafted. Fueled by dedicated coaching and an unwavering pursuit of excellence, we empower these determined athletes to unlock their utmost potential and embrace the boundless opportunities that lie ahead."
The Texas Oilers is a select baseball organization based in the DFW area. Founded by former professional baseball players Danny Hamblin and Kyle Hancock, their mission is to impart their knowledge to aspiring young baseball players. The organization is built on core values such as hard work, commitment, and respect, and they conduct themselves at a professional level. Members of the Texas Oilers will not only learn essential baseball skills but also develop teamwork and leadership abilities. The organization emphasizes the importance of winning both on and off the baseball field, teaching valuable life lessons beyond the game.
The Texas Oilers have an unwavering commitment to the development of the kids in their organization. They dedicate 100% of their effort to improving the skills of each individual player, making it a top priority for the team as a whole. With a coaching staff that possesses exceptional knowledge and expertise, every player is sure to benefit significantly from their guidance. The organization places emphasis on providing professional instruction that covers both the mental aspects of the game as well as the on-field skills. They hold themselves to high standards, promising to give 110% effort and expecting the same level of dedication from each player. This commitment to excellence ensures that the young athletes involved with the Texas Oilers will have the opportunity to grow and succeed both as baseball players and as individuals.
Danny was a former Rowlett Eagle where he played 3rd base and was a multiple all-district player, earned all-state honors and was the Dallas/Fort Worth player of the year in 2003. He went on to receive a baseball scholarship at the University of Arkansas where he really turned into a baseball standout earning the starting job day one on campus. He was a freshman All-American in 2004 and went on to break many Razorback hitting records. The one record that is the most impressive is holding the All-Time homerun record of 57 in Arkansas Razorback history. He was drafted twice and signed in the 10th round his senior year to the Oakland A's. His first year in professional baseball he continued to shine and was elected to the Northwest League All-Star team. Danny is married to Taylor, they reside in Rowlett with their two kids, Brees and Jade.
Kyle was a former Rowlett Eagle where he pitched and played 3rd base. Kyle was named to the All-District team multiple times, along with pitcher of the year honors. Kyle was also named the Player of the Year in 2005 of Dallas/Fort Worth area. He also was one of few to be chosen as a high school All-American and also named to the All-State team in 2005. Kyle signed a letter of intent to the University of Arkansas but signed with Colorado Rockies Organization. He was drafted with the 87th overall pick of the 2005 Draft where he was ranked by Baseball America as the #21 Prospect in the country. Kyle played four seasons in the Colorado Rockies Organization. Kyle is married to Kimberly, they reside in Rowlett and they have two daughters, Kilyn and Kaivyn.