Premier Baseball World Series Kicks Off This Week, News (Terriers Baseball)

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Premier Baseball World Series Kicks Off This Week
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, July 8, 2013
The Premier Baseball 18u World Series opening ceremonies kicked off in Springfield Missouri today. The event took place at beautiful Hammons Field, home of the Springfield Cardinals. All 30 teams that will vie for the championship were in attendance. Along with both Terriers Blue and Gold teams, teams from states such as Texas, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Ohio, Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska and host Missouri were represented.

The five days of competition opens tomorrow. It will take eight games in 90+ degree temperatures to run the table in this marathon tournament. Terriers Blue will face the Houston Titans in game one, while Gold will go head to head with the Dallas Mustangs. Scores will be posted on Twitter. Follow @baseballpremier. There is also a facebook page, which is www.facebook.com/baseballpremier. Information will also be posted there. In addition scores and standings will be posted at www.premierbaseball.net
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