The Tampa Bay Warriors started as a group of local area players and has quickly grown into a national powerhouse. Though winning is the team's goal at every tournament, the number one priority of the coaches is for each player to reach their potential. Our reputation for winning and developing talent draws many collegiate and professional scouts to the Warrior's games and practices.
Founder of the Tampa Bay Warriors Organization
Mission Statement and Vision
Dwight played professionally for 16 years, including the Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Mets orgainzations.
Drafted by the Seattle Mariners, Desi played professionally for 11 years, including 5 with the Phillies, and 2 with the Royals. He also played for the Mets, Rockies, Mariners, Padres, and Rangers.
Nick pitched professionally for 11 years, 7 of which were with the New York Mets organization.
A native of Detroit, DuBose received High School All-State Honors in football and baseball as well as All-State Honors in track. He signed a letter of intent with the University of Michigan for football and then was drafted by the Detroit Tigers out of high school in the second round. DuBose played for the Detroit Tigers (ten years, incl. major league roster from ‘94-‘97), New York Mets (two years) and Los Angeles Dodgers (two years). Not only is DuBose a phenomenal seasoned player, he also holds personal training certifications in CPT, CSCS, Cross Fit and Speed & Agility training. His professional baseball experience along with his training certifications made a good fit for the DeBartolo Sports Management Group in which DuBose trained the top seasoned athletes in professional sports for two years.
Drafted out of the Dominican Republic, Danny played 12 years, 5 years with the Diamondbacks, 4 with the Tigers, 3 with the Braves and 2 with the Marlins. Winning a World Championship with Arizona in 2001.
Tampa Bay Warriors @ 2015