PITTSBURGH, PA – CollClubSports and the National Club Baseball Association are excited to announce that they have signed with the Tampa Bay Sports Commission to bring the 2015 NCBA Spring Training Showcase back to Tampa, FL. This will be the tenth year that the NCBA and Tampa have partnered to host the annual outing. After a record-setting 63 teams attended the 2014 event at Mike Sansone Park in Plant City, FL, anticipation for the 2015 Spring Training Showcase is already building.
The field complex at Mike Sansone Park features two full-size baseball fields and an auxiliary practice field. In addition, the complex boasts two NCAA Regulation softball fields with four batting tunnels. Additional fields in the Plant City area will also be available as needed throughout the month- long showcase.
The field crews and umpire staff at Mike Sansone Park are a huge part of the success that the Spring Training Showcase has seen over the past nine years. Their commitment to excellence and passion for the game of baseball are sure to make the 2015 Spring Training Showcase exceed expectations yet again.
or many, the Spring Training Showcase has become an annual event. The Tampa Bay area offers a number of activities for teams to enjoy on their Spring Break vacations. Participants can soak up the sun at nearby Clearwater Beach, ride the rides at Busch Gardens or get tickets to see a Phillies spring training game in Clearwater, or a Yankees game right in Tampa. Take a drive to see the Braves, Orioles, Pirates and Tigers too. With so many things to do teams should be sure to set aside some time to play ball!
For more information about the NCBA Spring Training Showcase and ways to get involved as a team, sponsor, or volunteer please visit the NCBA Spring Training Showcase website at http://springtraining.clubbaseball.org/Baseball.asp or by contacting Spring Training Director of Operations Savannah Ahrens via e-mail at [email protected] or at (412) 321- 8440 x 103.