World Comes to Palm Beaches

World Comes to Palm Beach 2019 Results

18U Division I - Aruba 4 Panama 3
Highlighted by two future professional pitchers, Luis Guerrero of Panama & Melkis Peguero of Aruba (both of which can throw in mid-90's), both teams teams and their respective crowds were boisterous until the end of a 4-3 victory for Aruba.
18U Division II - Australia vs Jamaica Rained Out, Australia declared victory based on run differential
After traveling 9,331 miles from their hometown and over twenty-four hours in the air, team Australia was ready to play baseball. Manager Ben Moore led this unit to three straight victories and capturing the 18U D2 Championship.
15U - Russia upsets USA 7-3
At the 3rd annual World Comes to Palm Beach, Russia pulled off a stunning upset against defending champions USA. After losing a friendly game vs a local Florida school 20-2 just 2 days before the tournament, the Moscow Cardinals were fired up and devoted to victory. Led by pitching sensation Enrike Seville Milyanes (seen below with Mr. Signorello) were victorious against Aruba, Cayman Islands, and Canada before their final win against the USA. Sevilla himself shut down Aruba on day one with a 7-1 victory and started in the final against the USA on one days rest.
Open Division USA & Puerto Rico Rained Out, Each team was 3-0
10U USA 4 Cuba 2
12U USA 7 Canada 4
Challenge Cup USA-Girls Travel Baseball, Russia, Cayman Islands, & Guatemala 15U winner USA-GTB
Organizers were unsure of the level of competition when allowing the 16U USA-GTB (Girls Travel Baseball) to compete in a Challenge Cup 4 team tournament with the 15U male teams that were from Guatemala, Cayman Islands, and Champion 15U Russia. Those doubts were quickly diminished within the first inning. Highlighted by a fantastic performance starting pitcher Olivia Clines, who held the Russians to one run over five innings, the team fought their way into the Championship game vs Guatemala. Although it was rained out, USA-GTR was ruled the Champions of the Challenge Cup as they defeated Guatemala in a friendly the day before.
 (USA-GTR vs. Russia)
Team Earth 18U from all around the World
Team Earth 18U symbolizes the main message of sports: "They just want to play!" Made of of players and coaches from countries not competing as a team, Team Earth 18U went 1-2. Players included were catcher Guillem Maled from Spain (voted as Team MVP), pitcher Cameron Meadows from the Bahamas, and Matthew and David Daniels who were born in the Philippines and Vietnam respectavly. The coaching staff included Kristjan Puustusmaa (President of Estonia Baseball Federacion) andFernando Garcia from Uruguay.