8th Annual Cepeda Caribbean Classic Coming in Summer of 2022
Get ready for our 8th Annual Cepeda Caribbean Classic coming in summer of 2022. Next summer’s tourney will take place July 24-31 in the Dominican Republic.
Tryouts will begin this coming October in different states across the US. We will also offer to evaluate players through video submission if you are unable to attend a tryout in person.
Feel free to contact our staff and join our monthly mailing list if you’d like to be kept up to date with information about the classic. Don’t miss out on a once in a lifetime baseball experience.
Tryouts will take place in different states around the USA. In the past we have hosted tryouts in California, Texas, Florida, North & South Carolina and many more. Players will also have a chance to send in a video submission for our pro staff to evaluate if they cannot attend in person. Contact Ali if you’re interested in more info regarding next summers 8th Annual Cepeda Caribbean Classic.
Building Bridges Between Life and Sports
The Cepeda Baseball Caribbean Classic is a premier tournament showcasing young talent from different parts of the USA, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and other Latin countries each Summer. The 2021 Cepeda Baseball Caribbean Classic will be the 7th year of the Classic and we are extremely happy to have the chance to bring elite players to compete with the best the island has to offer. Cepeda Baseball Club sees over 500+ baseball players in different locations across the states during tryouts and forms its high caliber rosters from these workouts.
Ages competing in the tournament will be 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, & 14U. Depending on the number of players and number of teams from the DR we will either do individual age groups or do combined age groups 9U/10U; 11U/12U; & 13U-14U for our Cepeda USA teams.
We are also doing something new this year and selecting by invitation only two teams of elite high school players from across the country to train for two days at the Cano Baseball Academy in San Pedro and to play six games against MLB Dominican Academy players 16-18 that have already signed as international free agents.