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Thursday, January 06, 2011

2011 Schedule Posted Online

Jeff Dahn        

Most of Perfect Game’s 2011 schedule has been finalized and is posted and available for viewing at

Players, parents and coaches are encouraged to click on the link and request invitations to the nearly 60 showcases and tournaments that have been finalized.

The 2011 schedule kicks off Jan.8-9 with three events held in conjunction with one another at historic Terry Park in Fort Myers, Fla. Terry Park will host the 2011 Perfect Game World Showcase – PG’s longest running national-level showcase (since 1997) – the World Open Showcase and National Underclass Showcase-Session 3.

It promises to be an excellent start to a 2011 Perfect Game schedule that features events staged from Fort Myers to San Bernardino, Calif., from Bristol, Conn., to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, from McKinney, Texas, to Marietta,Ga., and from Minneapolis to Jupiter, Fla.

These events include both tournaments and showcases. The three showcases Jan. 8-9 are not only the first of the new year but some of the best, with hundreds of Perfect Game’s top prospects from across the country, Puerto Rico and Panama in attendance.

The California Underclass Showcase in San Bernardino Jan. 15-17 is next on the schedule.

This year’s National Showcase and Junior National Showcase are scheduled to return to the Metrodome in Minneapolis June 14-15. WWBA age-group tournaments return to East Cobb Complex in Marietta , GA and surrounding fields June 20 through July 22 and BCS Finals will be staged in Fort Myers, FL from July 2-22.

The Perfect Game/EvoShield National Championship (Upperclass and Underclass) is slated for Sept.23-26 in Phoenix, the WWBA Underclass World Championship is Oct. 7-10 at Terry Park and the WWBA World Championship completes the 2011 schedule Oct. 20-24 at the Roger Dean Complex in Jupiter.

Visit for updates and breaking news regarding Perfect Game’s 2011 schedule.

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