Baseball Youth Future Games Coming to Florida’s Champions Park This March
The Baseball Youth Future Games is coming to Champions Park in Newberry, Florida on March 27-29 as top players from around the country will be on hand to showcase their skills. Just like the Baseball Youth All-American Games, participants are selected through the Baseball Youth National Tryouts or an invitation process and placed on teams with individuals from different parts of the U.S.
Players will check in on Friday, March 27 and go through a practice with their Future Games team. Following practice, a large Opening Ceremonies is planned along with Skills Competitions. Bracket play kicks off Saturday morning with teams playing two games. Saturday evening, Baseball Youth will host a National Tryout for future individual showcases like the Future and All-American Games, and on Sunday the event will conclude with bracket play to determine which teams go home with bragging rights in their age groups.
To be selected, players have to go through one of our Baseball Youth National Tryouts scheduled all around the U.S. where a variety of skills are tested. Baseball Youth National Tryouts highlight those players who excel above the rest, while improving those who want to take their game to the next level. If a player can’t attend one of our Baseball Youth National Tryouts, they have the opportunity to request an invite to participate in the Baseball Youth Future Games. Once received, Baseball Youth Scouts look over the details and contact each player if more info is required. Players will hear back in 7-10 days if selected.
Players who took part in the National Tryout at the All-American Games in Vero Beach, Florida will hear back on their status beginning on Tuesday, January 20. Over 175 players went through the tryout at Historic Dodgertown.
While this is the first Baseball Youth Future Games, the Baseball Youth All-American Games had an incredible amount of success in 2014. Over 625 players participated in the summer and winter games combined, and over 40 states were represented on the field.