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 10u PG Super25 will be played in Charleston, SC on July 11-15. Spots still remain in the qualifying tournaments, so request an invite today to earn a spot in the Super25.
Caribbean Regional Champions: Giants Humacao
Based out of Humacao, PR, the Giants claimed the Caribbean Regional Championship by defeating the Yankees Cayey in the title matchup by the score of 5 to 4. The Giants went an impressive 4-1 at the tournament scoring a total of 43 runs.
SoCal Regional Champions: Easton Elite
Ranked #18 in the nation by Baseball Youth, the Easton Elite proved their dominance by going undefeated at the SoCal Regional. Led by tournament MVP Jesse “Panda” Villalobos, the team defeated other top ranked teams from the region, including Diamond MVP and Team Rawlings.
South Texas Regional Champions: Banditos Black
The Banditos won the South Texas Regional by defeating the Dallas Tigers-Polk in the championship game by the score of 13 to 5. Ranked #8 in the nation by Baseball Youth, they will be a tough team to beat at the National Championships.
Four Corners Regional Champions: San Diego Show
The high-powered Show offense carried the team to a perfect 5-0 record at the Four Corners Regionals to earn a berth in the PG Super25. The Show had four of the top five RBI leaders in the entire tournament, led by Tristan Dougherty and Luke Williams.
North Texas Regional Champions: Dallas Patriots-Pittman
The Patriots have moved up to #15 in the Baseball Youth National Rankings after an impressive showing at the North Texas Regionals. The team finished 6-1 on the weekend, winning back to back games over the Dallas Tigers-Polk to take home the title.
Ohio Valley Regional Champions: Indiana Prospects
In a rain shortened event, the Prospects took home the title going 3-0 on Sunday with wins over the Louisville Sting, Derby City Diamond Dawgs, and Owensboro Bluesox. This organization which has some of the top prospects every year is also very strong at the youth ages.
Central Region: Sun Devils
The Sun Devils were also impressive at the Ohio Valley Regional, before the weather ended the tournament on Sunday night. After going 2-0, defeating the Ohio Force and Owensboro Aces, this team will represent the neighboring Central Region in the PG Super25 National Championship.
*Based on the teams expected to participate in the upcoming tournaments
California State Regional: Temecula Longhorns
Finalists of the AAU Cinco De Mayo Classic, the Longhorns will be a competitive team at the upcoming California State Regionals. The team was also finalists at last year’s Dog Days of Summer tournament and the AAU Octoberfest event.
Coastal Regional: Diamond Devils
The Diamond Devils have expanded into the youth ages, and they are already seeing a lot of success in 2014. This 10u team took home the Championship at the recent Nation’s Spring Eastern Wood Bat Nationals.
Deep South Regional: Alabama Elite
Ranked #17 in the nation by Baseball Youth, the Alabama Elite continue to prove themselves as one of the most talented teams in the country. At the Deep South Qualifier the first week of May, the Alabama Elite won the championship over Rivercats Baseball by the score of 11-3.
Florida State Regional: South Florida Hitmen
The Hitmen are one of the premier youth travel baseball organizations in South Florida. They have solid fundamentals and a lot of talent on the mound and at the plate.
Georgia Regional: Chain Baseball
Chain looks to build on an impressive 2013 season where they had quality wins over teams such as the Macon Warriors, CBC Riverhawks, and Atlanta Thunder. This up-and-coming organization has seen a lot of recent success that led to an exclusive partnership with Marucci.
Great Lakes Regional: Upper Deck Cougars
The Cougars received Honorable Mention honors in the most recent Baseball Youth National Rankings. In 2013, the team won many tournaments including the USSSA Rosemont Winter Classic and the Spring Cougar Classic.
Mid-Atlantic Regional: DE Vipers
The Vipers were ranked #4 in the preseason Mid-Atlantic Regional Rankings due to their dominance in recent years. Since their inception in 2012, the team has made it to 11 championships, winning 8 of these events.
New England Regional: Long Island Whalers
Based out of Long Island, NY, the Whalers have strong teams at all ages. The 10u team is off to a hot start in 2014, advancing to the Championship in all of their first three tournaments.
NorCal Regional: MIT Blue
With multiple berths being awarded at the California State Regionals, MIT Blue is sure to be in the mix for a trip to the National Championships. Among the top finishes for this team include winning the TC SD Classic and advancing to the Championship of the TC Christmas Qualifier, XDS Cinco De Mayo, and TC Spring 10u Championships.
North Florida Regional: Florida Baseball Heaven Miracles
A strong team out of Lakeland, FL, the Miracles won the 10u division of the Nations World Qualifier. With many talented teams in the state of Florida, this will be a competitive region and the Miracles have the talent to advance to the PG Super25.
Pacific Northwest Regional: City Baseball Club
The City Baseball Club out of Seattle, WA has proven to be a top youth baseball program in the Pacific Northwest. The 10u Navy team won the Early Spring Classic in Yakima earlier this year.
South Florida Regional: Palm Beach Gardens Thunder
The Thunder went undefeated at the PG Super25 South Florida Qualifier in November, defeating the Sharks and West Boynton Barracudas. They have a lot of powerful hitters and an offense that scores a lot of runs.
Texas State Regional: Texas Stix Black
First place finishes at the Pony Elite Championships and Swing it and Bring it tournament, along with a 6-1 record at last year’s AAYBA World Series, give the Stix an impressive resume from recent events. This team out of Euless, TX will be tough to beat in 2014.
Midwest Super Regional: Derby City Knights Black
The Knights are playing great baseball to start the 2014 season, sporting a 27-6 record with wins over quality competition. From top to bottom, the Knights can swing the bats. They are currently on a streak of 11 games in which they scored at least 10 runs. #00 Nathan Disney is a huge power threat that has already hit multiple 210+ ft. Home Runs this season.
Northeast Super Regional: CT Outlaws
The Outlaws outscored their oponents by a margin of 35-6 to win the USSSA Mother’s Day Tournament in North Branford, CT. After going 4-0 at this event, the team now sports a perfect 12-0 record in the 2014 season.
West Super Regional: Southern Nevada Baseball
This team proved they can play with some of the best 10u teams in the country at the highly competitive Four Corners Regionals. The team’s two losses were both to nationally ranked teams, the San Diego Show (F.C. champs) and the Easton Elite (SoCal champs). In the game against the Show, Southern Nevada fell short by just one run, the closest game of the tournament for the eventual champs.
Southeast Super Regional: Hit House Havoc
Led by South Carolina Gamecock great, Landon Powell, the Havoc is a newly formed team out of Greenville, SC. The former MLB catcher and current college coach has launched a state-of-the-art indoor facility for the teams to train, where they will get ready to go for the PG Super25 tournaments.
South Super Regional: Austin Banditos
The Austin Banditos will look to follow the footsteps of the Banditos Black and make their way to South Carolina for the PG Super25 National Championship. So far this season, they have had a number of impressive victories including wins over the CenTex Prospects, OK Blue Rocks, Team Citius, and NTX Longhorns.