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Covid-19 Update 5/16/2020:
Here is the latest update from the WBA Board of Directors:
The WBA has made a schedule that would start on July 1st and last through August 9th with social distancing guidelines set up. However, we have to get approval to play on the local fields. We have set a June 1st drop dead date to decide if we can have a baseball season this summer. We hope everyone is staying healthy. social distancing, and washing their hands. Thank you.
WBA COVID-19 Statement 4/1/2020:
2020 Prospective Players
If you would like a chance to play in a high caliber summer collegiate baseball league please try the Western Baseball Association. We have had thirteen top ten finishes at the NBC World Series since we started. This summer the league teams will not only play local, but you would have a chance to travel to Alaska, Santa Barbara, Canada and Wichita (NBC World Series). If you are interested please click the apply here button below:
As we head into the 2020 there have been some changes that we would like to announce. First off, the WBA would like to thank former President John Marsh for his 18 years of service to the league! John stepped down in August following the completion of the 2019 season. All your work through the years is much appreciated! Congratulations to Kelly Ritayik on being voted to the board of WBA. She will be the new Treasurer/Secretary for the league. Mickey D. will remain Commissioner and the new President is Mike Studer who has moved up from Treasurer/Secretary position. We are looking forward to the 2020 season and improving our league any way we can.
NBC World Series Updates:
Congratulations to Jon Sintes of the San Diego Stars and Mitch Moralez of the San Diego Waves for being named the NBC World Series All-American Team yesterday. Sintes was 2-1 with a 1.00 ERA, 21 K, 1 BB, 2 CG in 18 innings of work. Moralez hit .500 with 8 hits, 2 RBI, 2 doubles, and 2 SB's. Great work by both players!!
Congratulations to the San Diego Stars for their 3rd place finish at the NBC World Series. It is their highest finish since taking 3rd in 1999. Great effort by the whole team. John Sintes was named Pitcher of the Tournament. He threw 18 innings giving up only 2 Earned Runs while striking out 21 batters. His 2 complete games also led the tournament. Congratulations to John on his great performance!!
The purpose of this league is to organize and operate a summer collegiate baseball association in order to foster national amateur sports competition and to support and develop amateur athletes for that competition. To provide a positive environment for individuals who aspire to higher education and/or professional baseball within the framework of local, regional and national amateur sports competition. To teach amateur athletes the skills of baseball, to maintain a foundation based on goodwill and the development of hard work ethics, and to promote responsibility and teamwork within a structured environment.
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