What We Do
Baseball USA focuses on using Baseball as a way to leverage our ability to teach young adolescence the significance and importance to give back to those who are in need in our community.
- Invest in youth 9-13 years of age
- Current area in which we expect to be active includes:
- 5 mile radius around our location, Spring Branch, West Side of Houston
- We will work with youth in the area providing baseball related opportunities (camps, outings) that will help drive not only participation in the sport but personal growth as well
- We will also act to address needs that will have positive impact on the lives of athletes in our community that may not be directly baseball-related
- Some of the funding for our organization comes from charity tournaments that we host throughout the year. Another source of funding is through the Houston Metro Scout League, a high school age Fall showcase, designed to provide top level competition and put varsity baseball players directly in front of college scouts. These competitive events have also proven to be very positive baseball opportunities for our Houston-area high school youth.
- We also gratefully accept tax-free donations as well. If you would like to donate please access the link below. You will receive a 501(C)(3) form for your tax deductible donation and all proceeds will benefit the Baseball USA program.
Board of Directors
Baseball USA is presided over by a prestigious Board of Directors committed to positively impacting lives and improving our community at large.
Jason Krug is the President of Baseball USA and is in his sixth season with the San Jacinto College coaching staff. Prior to joining the San Jac program, he spent two seasons as a volunteer assistant coach at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette where he assisted in the coaching of the middle infielders and hitters. In 2007, the Ragin Cajuns won the Sun Belt Conference championship and advanced to the NCAA regional tournament.
In December 2007, Krug was named the head coach of the Edenton (N.C.) Steamers in the Coastal Plains Summer Collegiate League. During the summer of 2008, the Steamers won the first-half divisional championship with an overall record of 20-7. For his efforts, he was named one of the head coaches for the 2008 Coastal Plains League All-Star game.
Krug has also held coaching positions as an assistant coach at Southwestern University, where he was the hitting coach. He also worked as an instructor and coach for the Austin Wings, serving as the head coach for the 17-under premier showcase team. Other coaching stints include the 2000 AAU national finalist team and the 2001 Connie Mack state champions. In 2006, Krug led the Wings to the 17-and-under Premier National Championship.
Before entering the collegiate coaching ranks, Krug spent nine years teaching and coaching at the high school level. The 39-year old Krug holds a Bachelor’s in secondary education from Missouri Valley College, where he was a two-sport athlete in baseball and football. He is currently working on his masters degree from the University of Texas at Tyler. Associate Scout: Arizona Diamondbacks.