THE TEXAS OILERS IS A SELECT BASEBALL ORGANIZATION BASED IN THE DFW AREA FOUNDED BY DANNY HAMBLIN AND KYLE HANCOCK. THEY ARE FORMER PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL PLAYERS THAT HAD A MISSION AND AGREEMENT TO GIVE BACK THEIR KNOWLEDGE TO YOUNGER ASPIRING BASEBALL PLAYERS. THE TEXAS OILERS ORGANIZATIONAL CORE COMES FROM 2 ATHLETES THAT HAVE A PROVEN TRACK RECORD. THEY HAVE ALWAYS AND WILL CONTINUE TO TREAT THE GAME WITH RESPECT AND CONDUCT THIS ORGANIZATION AT A PROFESSIONAL LEVEL. THE CORE VALUES OF THE ORGANIZATION WILL BE BASED AROUND HARD WORK, COMMITMENT, AND RESPECT. AS MEMBERS OF THE TEXAS OILERS, EVERYONE WILL LEARN TEAMWORK AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS. THE ORGANIZATION WILL STRIVE TO TEACH THAT WINNING OFF THE FIELD IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AS WINNING ON THE BASEBALL FIELD.
AS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE KIDS THROUGH THE ORGANIZATION, THEY WILL ALWAYS PUT 100% OF OUR EFFORT TO BETTER THE SKILLS OF EACH KID. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE TEAM AND EACH INDIVIDUAL WILL ALWAYS BE A TEXAS OILER MUST. THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE TEXAS OILERS COACHING STAFF IS TOP NOTCH THAT EACH PLAYER WILL DEFINITELY BENEFIT FROM. THE ORGANIZATION WILL PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTION THAT FOCUSES ON THE MENTAL AND THE "ON THE FIELD" ASPECTS IN THE GAME OF BASEBALL. THE ONE THING THAT WILL ALWAYS BE PROMISED IS THAT THE STAFF WILL PUT FORTH 110% AND WILL BE DEMANDED FROM EACH INDIVIDUAL.
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.