WWBA Tournament

2014 PG/Evoshield National Championship (Underclass)

Sep 12, 2014 - Sep 15, 2014

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- Goodyear Ballpark-Reds and Indians Spring Training
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- Camelback Ranch-Dodgers and White Sox Spring Training
  10710 West Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85037 Map   

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This is the 6th annual PG/Evoshield National Championship, which will take place in Phoenix, AZ using the spring training fields of the Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Chicago White Sox. 

BAT TYPE: Wood bat. Only composite bats allowed must be solely wood composite.
ENTRY FEE: $1500/team (No refunds 30 days prior)
AGE LIMIT: 2016 Graduates or younger. There is no birth date age requirement.
COOLERS: All coolers/drinks will be allowed in the facility
GAMES: 4 guaranteed, weather permitting. Teams are expected to be able to play the morning of Friday Sept 12th.

ALL TOURNAMENT PASS(good for all games/all days) - $25
DAILY PASS(good for all games on one day) - $10


2014 PG/Evoshield National Championship (Underclass) Format        

- Tournament will consist of 80 teams
- 20 pools of 4 teams
- Teams will either have a double header on Friday or Saturday
- Playoffs and consolation games will be on Sunday, Sept 14th
- All Pool winners will advance to a single elimination tournament
- All Pool winners will be seeded 1-20 according to PG tie breaker rules
- Bottom 8 seeds will play in a "play in" game to match up against the top 4 seeds
- Home team will be determined by the higher seed throughout the playoffs
- No two teams from the same organization will be matched up in the first round of playoffs, if that is   the case the lower seed will be switched
- All non pool winners will be scheduled a consolation game on Sunday
- Please continue to check the website for all updates
- Semifinal and Championship games will be on Monday, September 15th

Games: 4 games guaranteed, weather permitting.

Age Eligibility: 2016 Graduate or younger.

Bat Type: Wood Bat Only Bat Restrictions

Hotels: All teams are required to book housing through following link Host Hotels

Coolers: Not Allowed

Entry Fee: 1500 USD  ((No refunds 30 days prior))


Gate Prices:

  • Tournament Pass: 25.00 USD (Per Person) - Entry to all games for this tournament
  • Daily Pass: 10.00 USD (Per Person) - Entry to all games for a specific day
  • Age 14 and younger are free to get in*
  • * Gate prices, set in accordance with sanctioning procedures, are in effect until Memorial Day Tournaments for all events in Georgia. Prior to Memorial Day, gate prices will be $5/adult and $3/child.
  • Tournament Program: 5.00 USD



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MV-Pitcher Colten Rendon

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Category Time/Velo Name St Event year Draft Commitment
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