Rick Twyman founded the Heat in 1993 in Lake Havasu City, AZ with his Father Dick Chief Twyman coming on 100% within just a few years of that. The duo had hopes of building a national power baseball team that was comprised of elite college-level athletes and that is just what they did. Chief and Rick have shared their knowledge and experience with these young prospects for the last 20 years. Throughout this time, the Heat organization has been a stepping stone for many high school graduates, community college and university students. The exposure these students receive is often the only break they need to be scouted by major league baseball. In short, the goal of the Heat is to find talented athletes and help them with their transition to the next level. In 20 seasons the Heat has compiled 678 wins and only 135 losses. The Heat has helped hundreds of players move on to play professional baseball with different organizations.