Quad Cities - Fielder's Choice - 9u-14u
Cost : $ 90.00  
Event Start Date : 03-31-2012
Event End Date : 03-31-2012
  Will be at the Hitmen Sports Complex.

1715 78th Avenue West.

Rock Island, IL 61201

Camp Details
Registration Fee: $85 (Plus PayPal Fee)

(Registration Code: quadcities)

Time: 9am - 1pm  *Check-In starts at 8am
Ages: 9u-13u
The ABR Youth Baseball Camp will give players the opportunity to be instructed and evaluated by ABR Professional Staff. Players will go through fundamental drills to learn proper techniques before being put through a skills evaluation. Players will be split up into groups based on their respective age level.  There will be four main stations for the camp: infield, outfield, batting, and throwing.  Each group will spend time at each station, giving players the opportunity to learn and be evaluated at each aspect of the game.
Also, each player at the camp will be given an ABR Player Profile Page.  The profile page will list the results from the camp: how fast each player ran, how fast each player threw the baseball from the infield, outfield, and the mound.  Also, catchers will be given the chance to throw down to second and get their velocity and pop times recorded.  To go along with the statistical data posted on the Player Profile Page, comments from the ABR Instructors will also be available for each player to see.

USSSA Tri-State All-Star Weekend

Every team has that player that really shows how the game of baseball should be played.  That player runs faster, throws harder, hits further, and becomes a team leader on and off the field.  ABR and USSSA Baseball is looking for "THAT Player"!  Together, ABR will hold showcases and scout USSSA tournaments to the players that truly show who is an All-Star Caliber player.

Players attending this camp can be invited to attend the Tri-State All-Star Weekend where they will represent their team at the and show off their skills and compete with the best players at your age from Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. This Event will identify players for the 2012 USSSA Jr. All Regional Games in 2011 (9u-12u) and the USSSA ABR Regionals and All-American Games in 2013 (13u).

USSSA Jr. All-State Games
The USSSA State Directors for Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia, and Wisconsin (plus others states to be added shortly) have decided to work together in bringing State Teams at the 9u, 10u, 11u, 12u, and 13u level to a regional event that will include Skills Competitions and a tournament. Top players will be selected to represent their state in the 10-12 team tournament.  Bragging rights are on the line.  Who will take home the Championship Trophy?  
The coaches for the teams will be announced on this site shortly.  They will be attending the event in hopes to see players that will make a great addition to their State's roster.


For more information please contact John Sabatino at 708.675.1500 or email jsabatino@abwcompanies.com.

2015 USSSA Tri-State All-Star Weekend
ABR and USSSA baseball are proud to announce the new and improved USSSA Tri-State All-Star Weekend returning for its 6th year! Amateur baseball report and USSSA directors will be nominating players based on their outstanding performance at various USSSA tournaments and other events across Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana. What we want to see is YOU represent YOUR team at the USSSA Tri-State All-Star Weekend. This event will allow players to show off their skills and compete with the best players at their age level from Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana. This year’s event brings new and exciting opening ceremonies held at the 2014 Frontier League Champion Schaumburg Boomers stadium. All players will walk the outfield track for a pre-game ceremony, followed by five lucky players from 9u-14u who are selected through a raffle to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the boomers game on Friday night. Family and friend will enjoy a fun filled Friday night at the ball park watching
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