MLB TOUR is a grassroots initiative to identify talent for baseball development programming.
When and where?
|Jersey City, New Jersey||Caven Point Athletic Complex||Saturday, May 15|
|Brooklyn, New York||Brooklyn Cyclones Park||Sunday, May 16|
|Jersey City, New Jersey||Berry Lane Park||Saturday, May 22|
|Bronx, New York||Roberto Clemente State Park||Sunday, May 23|
All events begin at 9 a.m., with on-site check-in from 8-8:30 a.m. All participants must be registered on League Apps to be eligible to participate.
Who can attend?
Open to select athletes in the 8th to 11th grade with interest in playing or continuing to play baseball. Registration for the MLB Tour (the “Tour”) does not guarantee participation in all activities offered on the Tour. An athlete’s participation may be limited to certain activities within the Tour as determined is MLB’s sole discretion, based on the volume of participants. Parents and coaches must stay off the field unless authorized by MLB staff and personnel.
An athlete’s participation in the Tour does not guarantee such athletes participation in any MLB Development programming. Any such selection shall be made in MLB’s sole discretion.
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