Established as a baseball academy in fall of 2002, the Quad City Heat has made a positive impact on youth in the state of Iowa and on the national level. In our year of existence, our primary goal is still to provide an educational and national-level competitive baseball program that focuses on learning, fundamentals, leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

For the 2017 season, the Quad City Heat has formed 11 teams after our tryouts.  We have formed our very first 7U team which we hope to continue as they have done really great so far finishing in the top 5 in the state of iowa. We are looking forward to watching the competitive Quad City Heat play next season and also are looking forward to them bringing home some more state championships and possible World Series titles.

The Quad City Heat has built a tradition of success. Over the past 5 seasons, the Heat has won more state titles and has been in the state championship game more than any other Quad City, Iowa or Illinois organization. The Heat has also finished in the highest major spot nationally for an Iowa team, and was the first to have a team from Iowa to go back to back to the prestigious Elite USSSA World Series at DIsney World in Orlando, Florida. Our success is built based on having experienced and knowledgable coaches, some that have coached and trained high school and local college players.

To date we have won 13 state championships and 6 state runner ups and 2 World Series titles.

The Quad City Heat is proud to be the first and longest running traveling organization based out of Davenport, Iowa.  Their home fields are Knight's Field , Lingle Field, and Jefferson Ballpark.   Knights Field and LingleField are located at 1111 West 35th Street  Davenport, Iowa, which was built by the Lingle family, the founders of the Quad City Heat Organization. Jefferson Ballpark is our 13 and older field.

During the week, the Heat plays in the Mississippi Valley Baseball League against other competitive teams and on weekends plays some of the top teams in the nation in local, state, and national tournaments.

The Quad City Heat Baseball program thanks everyone for becoming a part of the Quad City Heat.  Without your support the Quad City Heat would not be able to be such a success and would not be able to grow in future years.  







Check out our 2018 - 2019 Goals for the fields:



Some local media coverage of the Heat

World Series Champions

State Champions

State Champions

First Place at Local Tournament

Story about 8u baseball in the QC

Story of why kids are playing travel baseball younger than ever

A mention of the 2005 10u team finishing 2nd place at state













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