Domingo Ayala

Domingo Ayala

The world-famous Domingo Ayala — baseball instructional spoof extraordinaire — hosted the 2014 BABL™ All-Star Experience, courtesy of Koa Sports. With over 7 million views and counting on YouTube, and having recently jabbed with 2-time MLB Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw for a series of videos, Domingo was a blast to have at our program. He warmed up the All-Stars before the game, threw out the first pitch, and mingled with attendees in the stands. As you can see from the above video, Domingo’s presence made it a night to remember!

YOUR 2014 BABL™ ALL-STARS
Tony Santos, Jeff Davis, Jake Sclafani, Jackson Davis — Baseball Factory
Evan Levitt, Zach Schumacher, Wyatt Dunn — Curveballs
AJ Brault, Jason Simon, Zack Zindler — Fastballs
Jake Griffin, Matt Corcoran, Max Kluetz — Knucklers
Ryan Binder, Bryan Solomon, Tyler Royall, Seth Berman, Emilio Abelmann — Sliders
Theo Meline, Spencer Jones, Yujin Sasaki, James Richardell — Splitters

MORE ABOUT BABL™
BABL™ (pronounced ‘babble’) is a select Koa Baseball program for 3rd through 6th graders (9U-12U). Players are graduated rec ball players, with a select few 7U and 8U boys “playing up.” BABL™ Coaches have played or coached high school, college, or independent league baseball. They are trained by the Positive Coaching Alliance to be fair and balanced instructors. Regular season games are played each Saturday across two seasons, fall and winter/spring. Koa Sports provides more than just a valuable baseball outlet for Washington D.C. and Montgomery County youth. Life lessons are taught. Social and leadership skills are developed. 6th Graders who “play up” can make the pilgrimage to the annual Cooperstown tournaments at Dreams Park or All-Star Village. Since 2009, 90% of Koa Baseball 14U travel players (104 of 116) make at least their high school JV baseball team.

WATCH DOMINGO AYALA VIDEOS
Follow the 17-year old prospect (ahem) as he teaches you to be a better ballplayer.

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How It All Started

Domingo Ayala
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Domingo Ayala was born and raised in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic sometime between 1978 and 1988 (records have not been verified). At a young age, with the influence of his cousin and longtime baseball coach Vladimir Ayala, Domingo began to excel at the game of baseball. Ayala has been a 7-time Infielder of the Year and 6-time Outfielder of the Year award winner (two years overlapping when he played both SS and LF in order to hit twice in the lineup).

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