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CABA registers teams through regional, state, and sub-state directors. The teams participate in leagues or tournaments throughout the spring and summer and earn the right to compete with other teams from the Unites States and teams from around the world in World Series and National Championship Events.

American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC) is the largest amateur baseball organization in the United States for players above junior baseball age and the only amateur baseball program, which provides progressive and continuous organized competition - sub teens through adults. It is coordinated with other programs through USA Baseball and the American Baseball Coaches Association.

SANDLOTT Baseball has developed very special leagues for teams participating in 12-18 year old age divisions. Teams are selected each year to participate in a very select league from some of the strongest programs in the country. All the SANDLOTT teams from all regions are automatically qualified to receive a berth to participate in the SANDLOTT World Series tournaments. SANDLOTT also invites other top ranked teams from areas outside the current regions of play to insure the best in national competition

Southwest Ohio League
The Southwest Ohio League seeks merely to provide the most advantageous format whereby youth in the Greater Cincinnati area may play at the highest level of amateur baseball in the nation. We feel this format will provide them the best possible opportunity to prepare for successful high school competition, as well as to compete for college scholarships.

East Cobb Baseball
To teach the integrity of the game of baseball and to help players understand the greatness of the game while learning the life lessons associated with baseball. To guide and enhance the process of advancing to the college or professional level. To provide the best learning atmosphere, the best competition, and the most fun the game of baseball has to offer to its participants.

Great Lakes Baseball League
Great Lakes Baseball League {GLBL} enters its 12th season in 2010. What started off as a 10-team travel league of 12U travel teams in 1999 has expanded into 12 single-age divisions. The GLBL will have 9u, 10u, 11u, 12u, 13u, 14u, 15u, 16u, 17u, 18u, 20u and 22u divisions, consisting of 10 - 30 teams per league. The league will consist of about 200 teams - well over 2400 players.

Spooner Creek Baseball
Spooner Creek Tournaments are CABA (Continental Amateur Baseball Association), sanctioned world series and national tournament qualifying events. All are minimum 4 games with no time limits. No parking fees at Spooner Creek Park, on site clean restrooms and outstanding concessions. All games for the 2010 season will have an official scorer provided and games will be announced over the public address system.

AABA Baseball
The All American Baseball Association has merged with the All American Baseball Alliance to provide Michigan baseball teams as many opportunities as possible to play in post-season World Series and National Championship events. No other league or youth baseball organization will be able to match what the Alliance is providing its members

Team Exposure
Our goal is to educate young athletes on the fundamentals and understanding of baseball; and high school athletes the opportunity to further their career in college or major leagues by exposing them to scouts and talent recruiters.

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