Contact the Coach
You can reach the coach, Ryan Hogan coach of the Arlington Arsenal, at any time by sending an email.
About the Team
The Arlington Arsenal team began playing in the DCMSBL metal bat league in the summer of 2008 in the 18+ division where we continue to play today. We are a group of guys that love the game of baseball with a small core of players who have been playing ball together since tee-ball. A normal team for us consists of about 7-8 players native to the National Capital Region and the other 7-8 being transplants to the NCR from various areas of the country.
The Arsenal has 8 division titles and 4 Championship trophies since the team was established in 2008. We run a competitive, but not baseball factory style team. We practice about once a weekend in the months leading up to the season and practice as needed during the regular season. The regular season has 16 games that start in April and runs through July with playoff games in August. The majority of games are on Sundays with no games scheduled on the major holiday weekends (Mothers Day, Memorial Day Weekend, 4th of July Weekend).
About the Coaches
Ryan Hogan (2016 - present)
Ryan graduated Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria Virginia in 2003 and played 4 years for the Cardinals. He went on to graduate from Randolph-Macon College in 2007 and played for the Yellow Jackets his Freshman year. Ryan was the assistant coach to his brother Dan Hogan for 8 seasons until taking over as manager and coach in 2016.
Dan Hogan 'The Godfather' (2008 - 2015)
Dan Hogan played 4 years for Bishop Ireton High School in Alexandria, VA, graduated in 2001 and returned to coach the 2006 Bishop Ireton Fall team after graduating from VA Tech in 2005. He coached the Arlington Arsenal from their inaugural season in 2008 until he moved to Charlottesville after the 2015 season.