World Comes to Palm Beaches

 
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The WORLD COMES is much more than Baseball and includes the following:

  • Tournament Games and Friendly games, up to 5

  •   International Major League Baseball Showcase

  •   Athlete’s Seminar

  •   Coaches Party with round table discussion with the state of baseball in your respective country.

  • Each country can receive a 2-hour training session at Elev8 Sports Academy, available ages 15u & up.

  •   Lynn University Baseball Clinic for 12U.

  •  Adopt a Team: A local Baseball organization adopts your country and assists with practices at their park, an equipment drive, and fans at your home games

The event takes place at the newest Baseball facility on Planet Earth:
The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches; A $144,000,000 Facility that is the Spring Training home of the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros. It has 13 fields including the main stadium with a 6,500 capacity.

 

 
     3rd Annual WORLD COMES to the Palm Beaches International Baseball Tournament Opens October 30th 2019 
 
Early Bird Registration will Opens December 20th with a 25% discount. Returning teams will have till January 31 to solidify their spot to represent their country. New teams can sign up immediately if the age category is available for your country. Men’s age categories: 10, 12, 15, 18U, and Open Division, Women’s 18U & Open. 

Registration: Open, 18U, and 15U, $1,875, 10U & 12U $500 (ask about our grant program) Early Bird Registration (25% off) is December 20-January 31. Deposit is

25% Additional 5% discounts apply for 3rd and 4th teams.

 
Recap of the 2nd Annual WORLD COMES to the Palm Beaches International Baseball Tournament 

Colombia wins featured 18U Division I

Colombia won the high powered 18U Division I tournament by defeating the Dominican Republic (6-4), Panama (3-1), Bahamas (8-2), and Venezuela in the Finals by a score of 3-1. The team was put together by Edinson Renteria the President of the Colombian Professional Baseball League. Edinson Renteria Jr. won the MVP award

United States Virgin Islands (USVI) Wins 2 Championships

The USVI represented their country with pride and outstanding play. The 12U went undefeated beating Venezuela in the title game, and in 18U Division II play USVI defeated Italy 3-1. One of the highlights was a visit by Los Angeles OF Jabari Blash and his brother Jamori a minor league player in the Washington Nationals organization who came to support the team and longtime coach Michael Bute. The 18u was put together by Robbie Camacho and Dwayne “Juice” Maduro.

USA (10, 15, Open) and Aruba also win titles The USA 10U defeated Venezuela in a walk off win, USA 15U had to overcome a loss in pool play to Aruba, and tightly contested 5-4 semi-final win vs Mexico and then defeated Aruba in the final. Aruba overcame having to play 5 games in a 30 hour period (due to rain) to win the Challenge Cup 15U bracket that featured USA Girls Travel Baseball team that went 2-2. In Open Division play USA defeated a talent laden Puerto Rico team that featured several current and former professional players to the Title 3-1 @ Little Fenway Park in Delray Beach.

Major League Baseball Players have large presence @ WCPB

Major League Baseball scouts and players were a common site at the WCPB. Former All Stars Charles Johnson(USA) and Luis Castillo( Dominican Republic) volunteered their time for the MLB Skills Seminar, Asdrubal Cabrera(Venezuela), Jabari Blash(US Virgin Islands), Neverauskas(Lithuania), Devon White(Jamaica) came to support their countries, and Joel Pineiro(Puerto Rico), Briand Schnyder and Robert Andino(USA), and Juan Rincon(Venezueal) coached in the tournament.

 

36 Teams, 29 Countries, and 5 Continents participate

The following countries were represented by their country or played on a unified team (Earth and Lithuania) Aruba, Australia, Bahamas, Bolivia, Bonaire, Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Honduras, India, Italy, Jamaica, Korea, Lithuania, Mexico, Nigeria, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Russia, Taiwan, United States, US Virgin Islands, Venezuela.

...as noted above and below The WORLD did come to the Palm Beaches!!

 

 

 
World Comes to the Palm Beaches Ballparks
Fitteam Ball Park 5444 Haverhill Rd. West Palm Beach, FL 33407
Santaluces Sport Complex 3690 Kewanee Rd Lake Worth, FL 33462
Miller Park 1905 SW 4th Ave, Delray Beach, Fl, 33444
Osborne Park 715 Prosperity Farms Rd North Palm Beach, FL 33408