USABF has been hosting quality baseball tournaments in San Diego and Palm Springs for 20 years. We are excited to bring that same experience to the Inland Empire and San Gabriel Valley. See our Tournament Page for info
Contact:Tournament Director: Mike Jaquez 949-835-2681 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all for your participation. Please know as we turn the clock, there will be limited Tournament Registrations due to daylight hours. First come- First served. Don't get shut out. Please register today.
14U FORMAT CHANGES::
14U Tournaments have been reduced to $450
14U Tournaments are BBCOR or Wood
14U is open to Freshmen
14U will be played on Both Varsity & JV Fields
14U -Single Man Umpire in Pool Play/ 2 Man for Playoffs
All 16/18u Tournaments remain as Wood Bat Only
Mike Jaquez 949-835-2681
Joe Petrucelli 760-807-3014
All teams are required to submit a roster (maximum of 20) at the check-in prior to their first game. Teams are required to check in with the site director at their
It is the Manager's responsibility to ensure valid team insurance at time of play
Registration for all USABF Tournaments will require a $100 non-refundable deposit to get you scheduled for play.
Game Day Procedures
A coin flip will determine home team
The home team is the official book. All Managers are to ensure that the correct score is provided to the Site Supervisor prior to leaving the field.
It is the responsibility of each team to assure that the scores posted on this site are correct.
Managers are reminded to check scores daily. Scores are posted online within 20 minutes of the completion of each game. In the event that a score was reported incorrectly it will only be modified if reported before 8pm. Game scores become "official" at 830pm
No scores will be modified after 8:00 PM.
All USABF events are wood bat unless otherwise noted.
Must bring own balls for pool play - USABF will provide game ball for championship games only with winning team keeping game balls.
Head-to-head: If teams did not play each other, least runs are allowed. If still tied, least runs are allowed in the first game played. If it is still tied, least runs are allowed in the game played second as well. A coin flip will determine the end result if still tied.
Three or more teams:
When there are three or more teams involved, least runs are allowed. If still tied, least runs are allowed in the first game played. If it is still tied, least runs are allowed in the second game played, and this continues. The end result will be determined by a coin flip. Additionally, the team with the greater number of actual games won will have tie breaker over teams with multiple ties.
IF odd number of teams:
In the event that a division has an odd number of teams, and one team has played one game less or more during preliminary play, winning percentage will be a determining seeding factor, along with RUNS ALLOWED.
Ties will count as half win and half loss.