Not a member yet?
Subscribe Now!



Super25 : : General
13u PG Super25 Projections
Drake Browne        
Published: Tuesday, April 22, 2014



All amateur baseball teams will have the opportunity to become the No. 1 team in their region and represent that region in the Perfect Game Super25 National Championship.

The 13u PG Super25 will be played in McKinney, TX on July 16-20.  The ballfields at Craig Ranch will play host to the 25 teams competing for a National Title.  Spots still remain in the qualifying tournaments, so request an invite today to earn a spot in the Super25.

Berths Earned:

Caribbean Regional Champions: SBO

SBO was very impressive in the Caribbean Regionals, going 5-0 on the weekend in route to the Championship.  The team has a great pitching staff, allowing two or less runs in all five of the games, while scoring a total of 47 runs.

South Texas Regional Champions: Banditos Black

The Banditos Black, who was ranked #1 in the nation in the final PG travel team rankings for last season, proved their dominance by winning the South Texas Regionals.  In a highly competitive field, the Banditos defeated the Texas Prospects in the championship game by the score of 4-2.  Other key wins on the weekend included triumphs over the Marucci Bulls and EBC- Team Easton.

Four Corners Regional Champions: Del Mar Powerhouse

The Powerhouse was a co-champ of the Four Corners Regionals after going 2-1-1 on the weekend.  They had impressive victories over the San Diego Show and Phenom Vegas to earn a berth in the PG Super25.

Projected Berths: 

*Based on teams expected to participate in the upcoming tournaments

California State Regional: SY Titans

The champions of last years NYBC, the Titans finished as the #1 ranked team in the country by Baseball Youth Magazine.  They also had a strong performance at the Four Corners Regionals, going 3-1 and showing a lot of talent on both sides of the ball.

Central Regional: Prodigy Baseball

Prodigy is expected to represent the Central Region as they are a highly skilled group out of Kansas City, MO.  This season, they have already won a number of local tournaments and will be a tough team to beat.

Coastal Regional: WM9 Baseball

WM9 is a travel ball program in North Carolina under the direction of MLB Rookie of the Year, Wil Myers.  Talented RHPO Logan Whitaker lead the team to the USSSA Super NIT Championship earlier this month.

Deep South Regional: Memphis Tigers

The Tigers organization has been a strong tradition that spans four decades.  The club has strong fundamentals and is expected to compete for the Deep South Regional crown.

Florida State Regional: South Florida Sailfish

Highly competitive team out of the Palm Beach area, they have won a number of big tournaments over the past few seasons.  With many great teams in the Sunshine State, the Sailfish will have a tough road but are up to the task.

Georgia Regional: East Cobb Braves

The ECB Braves finished #21 in the final PG Travel Team rankings for the 2013 12u season.  They went 2-0-1 at the BCS Finals and are one of the top teams out of the prestigious East Cobb Baseball organization.

Great Lakes Regional: Wheatland Ducks Gold

The Ducks have had a solid start to the 2014 season as they are currently 11-5 with wins over Elite Baseball Premier, Naperville Rennegades and St. Louis Prospects.  They will look to continue this success to earn a berth in the PG Super25.

Mid-Atlantic Regional: Go Wags Rivercats

One of the top ranked teams in the M-A Region, the Go Wags program has strong clubs at all age groups.  They will be a force to be reckoned with in one of the most competitive regions of the country.

North Florida Regional: Orlando Stingers

A part of the Orlando Scorpions organization, the Stingers will respect the game and they have tremendous team chemistry.  The group has played top level elite travel ball for the last 3-4 years, most of them being teammates for multiple seasons.

NorCal Regional: NorCal Valley Baseball

A Major team in Northern California, NorCal Valley has played all over the country as well as in the Dominican and Puerto Rico.  The well traveled club is based out of Modesto, CA.

New England Regional: CT Seals

The Seals talent was on display last year as 9 of their 11 players are from the Westport, CT Little League World Series US Finalist team.  Over the years the Seals have won several New England based tournaments including AAU and Triple Crown events.

North Texas Regional: Dallas Tigers

The tigers are off to a hot start in 2014 with a 13-1 record.  In 2013, they finished the season with 8 straight wins in the 12u BCS Finals to earn the #9 spot in the PG National Travel Team rankings.

Ohio Valley Regional: Top Tier

This team has played with Upper Deck the past three seasons, where they went to the Elite 32 twice and also traveled overseas to compete in the European Championship in Italy last year.  They are one of the top clubs in the area.

Pacific Northwest: Baseball Northwest

The Baseball Northwest program has grown to be one of the premier organizations in the Pacific Northwest.  They are expected to have a highly competitive team in the PG Super25.

SoCal Regional: FORCE Baseball

One of the top ranked teams by PG in 2013, the FORCE has won many tournaments throughout USSSA and Xtreme Diamond Sports.  They were the CA State Champions in 2013 and will be a tough team to beat this season.

South Florida Regional: Jupiter Hammerheads

The Hammerheads were the champions of the 2013 PG Super25 South Florida Qualifier in November.  At the tournament they went 2-1, defeated the MVP Elite Squad in the championship game by the score of 6-0.  They are a very good team that plays together on defense as well as at the plate.

Texas State Regional: Dallas Patriots

The Patriots organization has a strong track record of players going on to play in Division One or at the Professional level.  Logan Stout has strong teams at all age groups and 13u is no exception.

Midwest Super Regional: EvoShield Elite

Previously known as Baseball Youth Elite, they are currently 13-0 in 2014 and won the 2014 BPA Fall Championships,  Kentucky Travel Select Championship and Florence Freedom Spring Invitational.  Ranked #17 in the country by Baseball Youth after finishing 2013 with a record of 68-13.

South Super Regional: Houston Heat

One of the Louisville Slugger Prime Baseball Clubs, the Heat is a strong organization that has produced MLB players Jay Bruce, Scott Kazmir, David Murphy, and Homer Bailey.

West Super Regional: Gorillas Baseball Club

The team was runners up at the 2014 MLK Triple Crown event, and have been highly competitive at may other tournaments throughout the years.  They have been together since 2009 and play great team baseball.

Northeast Super Regional: CP Stars

Based out of College Point, NY, the Stars have proven themselves as one of the best teams in the Northeast over the past few seasons.  They have a potent offense that scores a lot of runs with a lot of power throughout the lineup. 

Southeast Super Regional: Upstate Mavericks

The Mavericks finished  last season as the #1 ranked Major team in the state of South Carolina.  They were 65-16 which included a 24-8 record when playing against teams 1-2 years older than them.