Tournaments | Story | 10/18/2018

Vote Now: Dynamic Duos Semifinals

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Photo: Javier Baez (Perfect Game)

Jupiter Dynamic Duos Round 1
 | Jupiter Dynamic Duos Round 2 | Jupiter Dynamic Duos Round 3 

The WWBA World Championship has hosted the world's top baseball prospects since its inception in 1999. Many of these young stars who competed in Jupiter, Fla. in high school have become household names in the game of baseball. This event has hosted 4,911 young men who went on to get drafted, 719 alumnus have logged time in the MLB and many have received the highest of MLB honors. This list is filled with past Rookie of the Years, multiple MVPs, and many likely future Hall of Famers.

We looked further into many of these players and have created the "Dynamic Duos WWBA World Championship Past Participants" bracket. This bracket consists of pitcher and hitter combos from draft classes ranging 2001 to 2018. Each pairing represents two of the top players from their respective high school graduating class. Looking back on these players great careers and onto many of their bright futures, which two WWBA Alumni would you pick for your team?

After three competitive rounds, only four dynamic duos remain! The prevailing duos represent the 2002, 2009, 2010, and 2011 HS graduating classes. The four duos bring star power to the Dynamic Duos Semifinals with 23 combined All-Star appearances. Each of these WWBA World Championship alumni has the talent to take over a match-up. We will see who powers their way into the finals!

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It is up to YOU to decide who will advance to the finals. 

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Zach Greinke / Joey Votto (2002) v. Michael Foltynewicz / Christian Yelich (2010)

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Marcus Stroman / Mike Trout (2009) v. Jose Fernandez / Javier Baez (2011)

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Voting will close at 11:00 PM EST. Make sure you check back tomorrow to vote on the final round!
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