Oklahoma – Ryan Ainsworth

5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE International High School Home Run Derby



3 Home Runs (MB)
Longest Distance – 402 Ft.
Total Preliminary Round – 3 Home Runs

5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE Hitting Highlights coming soon!


Showcase State: OKPrimary Pos: 2B
Secondary Pos: Pitcher
Height: 5’9″
Weight: 220
Bat Hand: Right
Throw Hand: Right
Batting Avg: .490
Arm Strength (MPH): 75
Home Run Hits: 10
Run Time 60: 7.7

High School Coach: John Morgan
C: 580-704-2428
W: 580-365-4303

Summer League Coach:
Woodward Travelers Summer League

Mike McDonald
C: 580-256-3465
W: 580-216-1298

Kris Webb


Sterling H.S.
Sterling, OK

Grade: 12
Grad: 2011
GPA: 2.7

DOB: 6/6/92

Hometown: Sterling, OK

Parent: Billy & JenniferSnider
Daniel & Stephanie Ainsworth
PO Box 283
Sterling, OK 73567
580-583-8999 (Jennifer)
580-512-2627 (Daniel)
jsnider061403@yahoo.com (Jennifer)


  • 2010 1st Team All State – Daily Oklahoman
  • 2010 All Tournament Team – Hydro Eakly
  • MVP Chattanooga Invitational Tournament
  • 3 State Semi-Finalist
  • 2 time Quarter Finalist
  • State Runner Up
  • Hydro Eakly Invitational Tournament Champions
  • Chattanooga Invitational Tournament Champions
  • Sterling Red Dirt Festival Champions

Ryan has partnered with Roberta Tosee for Home Runs that Help

Read Roberta’s Story

I had an opportunity to coach Ryan Ainsworth this past summer and it was an absolute privilege. No matter what I asked of him he did it with a smile and was successful doing it.

Ryan is a hard working, dedicated, compassionate, and personable young man. These are just a couple of Ryan’s great qualities. We play a schedule of around 80 games from June 1-August 1. That means baseball games almost everyday sometimes not getting to bed until 2 a.m. We had optional batting practice everyday a couple of hours before game time. Ryan was the only player to show up everyday. That goes to show you his passion for this game.

Ryan was also such a great team mate and leader. We won our league championship and he played a major role in us accomplishing that not just at home plate. Ryan has a way of keeping his team mates and the dugout loose and relaxed. We had some tense moments and without his leadership we might have cracked in those moments. He is also very loyal. Many of our state summer teams wanted Ryan to play for them, but I was the first to ask and possibly the farthest away from home. He turned everyone down because he told me he was playing for me first and didn’t want to go back on his word. That is Ryan Ainsworth.

Ryan will always hold a special place in my heart not because of his baseball ability, but because of the person he is, any coach would be lucky to have such a player.

Kris Webb Coach – Woodward Travelers

I am the General Manager/Head Coach of an 18U team in Woodward, OK called the Woodward Travelers. I have been running this program for 4 years. Each spring we hold tryouts to select players to play for us from May 25th through August 1st. In April of 2010 we had a young man show up to tryout for our team from Sterling, OK. This young man’s name was Ryan Ainsworth.

Even though Ryan lives almost 3 hours from Woodward he was always the 1st player at each tryout. Ryan was extremely outgoing from day #1 – he is a young man who is not bashful and he does not know a stranger. During the 1st tryout Ryan told one of the coaches, when are we going to start hitting?, that’s what I do good¦I won’t impress anyone with my glove or speed. And, once we started hitting in tryouts, impress he did.

Ryan had a great summer. He is a great young man to coach. He was a great teammate and friend to all of the players on the team. He has a tremendous baseball work ethic, he loves the game and he loves coming to the ballpark. He comes to play everyday. As long as I put a team together during the summers, Ryan will have a spotunfortunately, I only get him for 1 more summer.

Mike McDonald