Ballparks of America is the only facility in the world to feature 2/3 replicas of 5 iconic stadiums spanning the history of baseball. One of the only stay-and-play youth baseball tournaments nationwide, Ballparks of America features premium synthetic turf fields and MLB-style team suites. Each team suite provides an HDTV, a space to hang-out, and personal lockers. The residence halls have air conditioning and private showers for an authentic Big League experience.
May 27—June 2 Week 1 Memorial Day Classic (10U-13U)
June 3—June 9 Week 2 Summer Kickoff Tournament (10U-13U)
June 10—June 16 Week 3 Branson City Lights Classic (10U-13U)
June 17—June 23 Week 4 Father's Day Classic (10U-13U)
June 24—June 30 Week 5 Bring the Lumber Tournament (10U-13U)
July 1—July 7 Week 6 Independence Day Boomer (10U-13U, 12U Major/Elite)
July 8—July 14 Week 7 Mid-Summer Classic (10U-13U, 13U Major/Elite)
July 15—July 21 Week 8 The 76 Strip Sizzle (10U-13U, 11U Major/Elite)
July 22—July 28 Week 9 Missouri Heat Classic (10U-13U)
July 29—Aug. 4 Week 10 Back to School Bash (10U- 13U)
Aug. 6-Aug. 11 Baseball Youth Majors Championship (10U-13U)
Note: All age brackets are "Open" format unless otherwise specified. Open Tournaments will be subdivided into appropriate ability tiers once the tournament slots are filled.
All 13U tournaments are Wood Bat Only.
Sept. 23-25 Baseball Youth Future Games
Sept. 30-Oct 2 Boys 11U/12U
Oct. 14-16 Girls Softball 14U/16U
Oct. 21-23 Boys 11U/12U
Oct. 28-30 Baseball Youth Top Prospect Games
Guarantee: 3 games
Tournament Fee: $450/team
If enrollment is insufficient to fill a certain age group, we reserve the right to combine age groups.
Baseball Youth Future Games
Baseball Youth is seeking the best players in the nation to showcase their talents at national events like our Baseball Youth Future Games. Players who participate in our Future Games also have the opportunity to be selected for our Baseball Youth All-American Games, Baseball Youth All-Star Challenge, Baseball Youth Best of the Best, Baseball Youth National Showcase, Baseball Youth Elite teams, and Baseball Youth Elite USA teams that will compete in USA Baseball national event and Baseball Youth World Championships.
Baseball Youth Top Prospect Games –
October 28-30, 2016
Top Prospect Games are intended to find the “Top Players” in each region. Players who participate in our Top Prospect Games have the opportunity to be selected for our Baseball Youth All-American Games, Baseball Youth All-Star Challenge, Baseball Youth Best of the Best, Baseball Youth National Showcase, and Baseball Youth Elite USA teams.
Our Baseball Youth Top Prospect Games are open to any player looking to experience a showcase type of setting filled with Workout / Skills Testing and Game Action. Players are placed on teams with other players from around the nation and compete in a tournament setting.
To be eligible for this particular event/location, players must be from a state of Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma, or Illinois. If a player lives outside those states, the player can still attend but will be graded against other players in the player’s region.
All participating players now receive a Player Profile on baseballyouth.com with picture, statistics, and more, as well as be considered for our National Player Ranking Database.
Parents, coaches and players are sharing their unforgettable experiences at the preview season of Ballparks of America.
Our Chicago Field, a rendition of Wrigley Field and our Detroit Field, modeled to include elements of both Old Tiger Stadium and new Comerica Park are both open and tournament baseball is being played on both fields!
Our flagship field, a tribute to Busch Stadium, will be following right behind the other two as the drainage systems are completed along with the other pre-turf layers. Please check out the latest photos and videos below to see the progress.
Chicago Field with Mound
Detroit Field at Night
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