For the 2016 season, our teams will be playing approximately 30 games during the summer, with an All Star Game, Playoffs & League Championship Series. Teams will typically play three games per week, with one mid week game and two games during the weekend. This schedule allows players the opportunity to work part time jobs during the summer to help offset their expenses, while still competing in a quality summer wood bat league.
If you are a collegiate player, trying to improve your game and take it to the next level, you know there is no substitute for live games. Get in your work this summer playing against other collegiate players, with over 225 innings for pitchers and position players to work on your game, plus 75 – 100 at bats, facing quality collegiate pitching, with professional umpires and wood bats.