Club All Star / All Star Sports have combined their two training facilities by moving their Monte Diablo facility to their home base at Billy Hebert Field in Stockton.
With Club All Star and All Star Sports in one location, planning has begun to add a full-service training facility at Billy Hebert Field, including a clubhouse, weight room, and multiple batting cages.
Club All Star is an elite travel baseball organization with teams for children ages 9-18. In addition to these travel teams, the talented staff of coaches offers private hitting and pitching lessons at the new location.
All Star Sports is the management arm of Billy Hebert Field, orchestrating year-round tournaments, practice facilities and community sporting events. Currently the park hosts tournaments for high school and travel baseball teams. Last year there were more than 500 stadium games at Billy Hebert fields.
“I love the game of baseball and I love teaching the game of baseball. If it’s somebody’s dream to go to the next level, we want to help them achieve that. We want to help them maximize their abilities,” says JD Hardcastle, owner of Club All Star and All Star Sports, operator of Billy Hebert fields.
Billy Hebert Stadium has a rich history in Stockton. Billy Hebert Stadium was once home to the Stockton Ports and the University of the Pacific baseball team before they had their own stadiums, respectively. The field was constructed in 1927 and the modern-day grandstand was built in 1953. Baseball legends such as Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth and Gary Sheffield have all played at Billy Hebert Stadium. The field is named after Billy Hebert, the first resident of Stockton to die in World War II. Billy Hebert was a major league baseball player who signed a professional contract with the Cincinnati Red’s and later the Oakland Oaks back in the 1930’s.
For more information on Club All Star and All Star Sports visit www.cluballstar.com.