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Prospect Wire Partners with the Midwest Challenge Tournament

2017 18u Champions Ohio Elite

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Field Rules

Baldwin Wallace-  No metal spikes,no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

Hawken Varsity-  metal cleats ok, no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

Kent State-  Pitcher can have metal spikes but has to switch to no metal spikes if hitting,  no metal spikes, no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

Lakewood HS- No metal spikes,no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

League Park- No metal spikes,no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

Neshannock HS-  No metal spikes,no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

Oberlin College- No metal spikes,no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

 

Sprenger Stadium- no metal spikes, no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

The Pipe Yard-  No outside, food, drinks, coolers, or animals

Tri-c West- no metal spikes, no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

College of Wooster-  no metal spikes, no seeds, no colored drinks, no gum

2017 15u Champions T3 Rays

2017 16u Champions Brownlee Lookouts Jones

Gate Fee

Gate Fees-

14 and up $5.00

Under 13 free

Senior Citizens $3.00

Gate fees will be at the following fields:

Cene Park

Baldwin Wallace

Tri-c

Oberlin College

College of Wooster

Kent State

Lakewood HS

Sprenger Stadium

Pipe Yard

 

Midwest Challenge Baseball Tournament

The Midwest Challenge Tournament was created to have players play on quality fields and to be scouted by college coaches.  The tournament was started three years ago with one division and 25 teams.  Three  years later and the tournament has grown to 4 divisions and 101 teams.  We average about 20 college or pro scouts that come and scout the tournament at the older age groups.  We have partnered with Prospect Wire in order to get players better coverage and exposure.  The Midwest Challenge is now looking to expand into different age groups and different tournaments through out the summer.  The Midwest Challenge tournaments will always have teams play on quality fields at a reasonable price.  

Matt Kimmick

Midwest Challenge Baseball Tournaments-Camps

Phone: 440-263-2252



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