What To Bring

What to Bring… Your Must Haves!

  • A positive attitude
  • Good sportsmanship
  • BAT RESTRICTIONS WILL NOT BE IN EFFECT” Bring the bat of your choice (ALL AGES)
  • Cleats (10u-12u wear molded cleats. 13u-15u may wear metal cleats)
  • 2 or more (SOLID) white pants and 2 or more (SOLID) grey pants. NO PIPING OR DESIGNS
  • Black belt
  • All black BASEBALL socks (Mandatory), Unless you purchase our Caribbean Classic stirrups.
  • Protective cup (Mandatory for catchers)
  • Batting Helmet
  • Bat bag with identification on it
  • Batting gloves
  • Sunglasses (not required but highly suggested)
  • Pack your prescriptions and medications with instructions for coaches.
  • Sunscreen and normal toiletries.
  • Swim trunks and sandals
  • Spending money on activities/shopping/etc., based on what you feel is appropriate for your child/family to spend.
  • Forms filled out and ready for registration

What We Provide Each Player

  • A safe and positive experience to play in a competitive and unique baseball tournament
  • Jerseys and hat
  • Transportation to and from all Cepeda events in the Dominican Republic.
  • Lodging at a 4-star hotel
  • Delicious and authentic food from the island. All meals provided (all inclusive hotel).
  • Opening and closing ceremonies
  • Fields with covered stadium seating, clean restrooms and snack bars with local flare.

More Packing Ideas

Ideas On What To Pack for the Dominican Republic

  • Sunscreen: Year-round sun and hot weather can really do a number on your skin, especially if you’re not used to the heat. Use it, even if you don’t plan to visit the beach.
  • Bathing suit: With so many beautiful beaches to choose from along with the hotel’s awesome pool, you don’t want to miss out on the fun just because you forgot your suit.
  • Light clothes: After a day of baseball or sightseeing, you’ll be glad you packed those cotton items.
  • Comfortable shoes: Comfortable shoes mean happy feet. And happy feet equals a great vacation.
  • Bug repellent: Protect yourself from unpleasant mosquito bites, especially if you plan on visiting the El Yunque rainforest or doing outdoor activities.
  • Rain gear: Bring an umbrella or poncho to keep you dry. The tropical climate is very unpredictable and it can start raining out of the blue.
  • Hat: Protect your most precious body part from the sun’s rays. It also keeps you cooler.
  • Dress clothes: Even though the overall dress code is casual 24/7, some nightclubs, bars, restaurants, and shows require more formal attire.
  • Flip-flops: They protect your feet from the hot sand and wash off easily when it’s time to go.