Baseball Youth All-American Games – Florida

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Huge turnout for the Winter All-American Games!

Nearly 400 stand-outs put on a show at Baseball Youth All-American Games in Seminole County, Florida to close out 2017 in style. Opening ceremonies were held at Stetson University’s Melching Field at Conrad Park where two fresh new sharply-designed jerseys were handed to every player out thanks to a partnership with Triton Athletic Performance. After every participant took the field for introductions action shifted to Boombah Sports Complex for team practices, game play, Home Run Derby preliminary and final rounds, skill measurements and bracket championships. Three-plus days of competition ended with the crowning of divisional winners and runner-up squads, as well as individual recognitions and every All-American going home with a sparkly event ring, the newest Baseball Youth magazines and a lifetime of memories.

England, Canada, Germany, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic were represented.

A common refrain at Baseball Youth All-American Games is participants remarking how neat it is to play with peers who come from all corners of the nation and beyond. The Winter All-American Games were no exception as 39 states and six countries, including England, Canada, Germany, Venezuela, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic were represented. More All-American Games are coming up in 2018, but 2017’s closing version was one of Baseball Youth’s best yet!

Most Valuable Players

  • Class of 2021-2022 – Joel Kennedy
  • Class of 2023 – Chase Chaplin
  • Class of 2024 – Derek Gonzalez
  • Class of 2025 – Cayden Kennedy
  • Class of 2026 – Camden Hayworth
  • Class of 2027-2028 – Reggie Marshall

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