Competing on a National Level with a Greater Purpose

Indiana Expos is a highly competitive youth travel baseball program of Team Indiana Sports Corporation, a non-profit 501c3 organization that focuses on assisting talented athletes from Central Indiana develop their baseball skills, leadership, and character, while teaching them to give back to their community through our awareness partnership with the StrikeOut Type 1 Diabetes Foundation.

The program was founded in 2016 by former MLB pitcher Bill Sampen and the organization has numerous connections to MLB, MiLB, and NCAA programs. For the 2018 season, we will have 7 teams ranging in age from 13U to 16U.

We focus on developing our players and teams to be highly competitive on a national level. We also prepare and guide our players and their parents in navigating the college baseball recruiting process. The Indiana Expos are about playing the game of baseball right, but we are also about leveraging our success on the baseball diamond as a platform for a greater purpose.

The Indiana Expos proudly sponsor and promote StrikeOut Type 1 Diabetes, a non-profit 501c3 foundation which assists student athletes with awareness, education, and resources to face the challenge of playing sports while managing Type 1 Diabetes (also known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes). This is why you see the KT1D logo on our helmets, jerseys, banners, and bags. Expos players volunteer at the annual KT1D fundraiser. Expos teams give KT1D wristbands to opposing teams to raise Type 1 Diabetes awareness in every championship game in which we compete. This year we are planning to have a special Type 1 Diabetes awareness weekend with KT1D themed jerseys!

Where are the Indiana Expos players from?

2017 Season Results



2017 Expos 15U        (Record: 26-9-1)



2017 Expos 14U        (Record: 27-22-1)



2017 Expos 13U        (Record: 31-15-2)