Super25 Coming to Puerto Rico

Super25 : : General
Matt Rodriguez        
Published: Wednesday, January 08, 2014

CARTERSVILLE, Ga. -- Perfect Game Super25 will make it's debut in Puerto Rico, the Caribbean Region on the Super25 map, January 17-20.

The tournament promises to be a good one, already having drawn interest from close to 60 teams who are eager to participate. All nine age divisions (9u-17u) will participate in their respective tournaments over the course of four days. The majority of age groups will compete in Cayey, Puerto Rico, while 13u and 17u will take the fields in Cidra.


The stakes are high for the teams competing in these regional tournaments, with the winner of each age division earning a spot at the Super25 National Championships as representatives of the Caribbean Region.


The 20 regional champions and five super regional champions in each age group will contend for national championships at five sites -- Nashville, Tenn. (9u/11u), Charleston, S.C. (10u/12u), McKinney, Texas (13u), Fort Myers, Fla. (14u/15u/16u) and Phoenix, Ariz. (17u) -- in July, 2014.

Perfect Game's new Super25 tournament series emphasizes baseball as a 'team' sport. Every team for each age group must submit a roster before the start of any qualifying play and adhere to that roster throughout each step of the tournament through the National Championship. The players must reside in the respective region. Super25 hopes to emphasis the importance of team commitment, integrity, chemistry, and the reward of winning as a team.

There will be all-tournament teams named at each step along the way. Every championship team will receive a custom-made championship trophy and team members in the 14u through 17u age-groups will receive a specially designed championship ring they can treasure the rest of their lives. The younger age-groups (9u-13u) will receive individual medals and every roster member of each age-group championship team will receive special caps and T-shirts.

An All-Star Game will be played at the PG Super25 16u and 17u National Championships, to be contested right before the national championship games are played; the All-Star games will include only players not involved in the championship game.

All travel ball teams that desire to participate will get their shot at winning their region and the ultimate goal: to be crowned National Champions.

There is still time to register your team for the Caribbean Regional tournaments. Go to pgsuper25.com and find your team's age division and event page. From there you can request an invite for participation.

For more tournament information contact:
Hector Cruz
PG Super25 10U Caribbean Regional Director
nblpr@yahoo.com
939-202-5330

Arturo Perez
PG Super25 Caribbean Regional Director
aperez.gsapr@gmail.com
787-548-6629

For more information about Perfect Game please contact:
Drake Browne
PG Super25 National Director
drake@perfectgame.org

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