Cooperstown 12u tournament 2015

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Team Mizuno USA Select 12Us hope to defend title at the Baseball World Tournament in Cooperstown

Team Mizuno USA Select created a name for itself last summer in Cooperstown, N.Y., sweeping through the Baseball World 12U Tournament. Returning to the scene of success, Mizuno has its work cut out if it wants to repeat this summer.

Team Mizuno USA Select created a name for itself last summer in Cooperstown, N.Y., sweeping through the Baseball World 12U Tournament with a perfect record and capturing top honors at the age-old classic.

Returning to the scene of success, Mizuno has its work cut out if it wants to repeat this summer.

“We are the defending champions in name only,” stressed Head Coach Josh Pimental, who is the only returning member of the title team. Pimental has taken over the team after serving as a co-coach with Russ Cole.

“This is an entirely new group of players looking to bring home back-to-back championships,” he said.

Some of the teams in the tournament are comprised of players from just one or two towns, while others handpick their rosters. Mizuno falls into the latter, sculpting its rotation following a series of tryouts this past winter. The team has 16 players on its roster, residing from 10 different towns, a pair of states and two different continents.

Riley Thornell and Cameron Breault represent Wareham. Jeff Fielders, Hunter Dean, Jeff Rodden, and Sean Fabry are from Plymouth. Jake McNary and Max Lefrancois both reside in Worcester. Declan Joyce (Pembroke), Charlie Coon (Duxbury), Kurt Thomas (Harwich), Sam Cavossa (Falmouth) and Danny Kent (Hanson) round out the representatives from Massachusetts.

Jack Wentworth and Shane Jedson hail from South Kingstown, R.I..

Adam Babb, of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is making the farthest trip. Babb and his family struck up a friendship with Pimental last summer during the tournament. Babb was with the Middle East Rhinos. When the Rhinos decided not to return to the tournament in , Babb joined Pimental’s group, turning Team Mizuno into an international representative.

Babb met members of the team this past month in a tournament in Connecticut, where Team Mizuno placed second, going

“The toughest task as a coaching staff is for us to get them to come together,” Pimental said. “Most of these kids don’t know each other. And I don’t care how much talent you have – you can’t just walk on the field and expect to win. You need to build a team.”

Pimental is hoping the bonds created in Connecticut will carry over to Cooperstown.

“They spent a couple nights in a hotel, got to hang out together and have a good time,” he said. “We scrimmaged [Sunday] against a real good team from Swansea and we beat them I think the kids really showed a new sense of urgency. They’re ready to go.”

He is joined on staff by assistants Chris Thornell and Tyler Ferdinand of Wareham, and Carl Cavossa, of Falmouth.

Team Mizuno will arrive at Cooperstown Baseball World in Oneonta, N.Y., on Aug. 1, where the players will stay in dorm rooms at the State University of New York (SUNY) in Oneonta.

“It’s a great experience,” Pimental said. “Players check into the dorms, where most will leave the parents behind and get a taste of college life for the first time.”

The tournament begins the following day with pool play involving 10 teams. The teams are then broken up into two groups. At the end of three days of play, the teams will then be taken on a tour of the storied Baseball Hall of Fame. As enticing as that sounds, trying to cram in the entirety of the game’s past into an hour or two can be a bit much for a group of kids trying its hardest to delay the start of school.

“Honestly, I think they have more fun going to Main Street afterwards,” Pimental said. “Going through the shops, buying t-shirts, having bats…that kind of stuff. These kids are years-old. They know some of these guys, but as far as the history of the game, some of this stuff gets lost on them.”

Team Mizuno opens tournament play Sunday, Aug. 2 with a doubleheader – a morning matinee versus the Molina Maruaders of California, and a afternoon match with the Bergenfield Bears of New Jersey.

On Monday, Mizuno will face a pair of teams that finished second in their respective state little league tournaments – the Minot Deep Freeze of North Dakota and CNY Naturals of New York.

The Massachusetts-based travel team concludes pool play Tuesday morning with a showdown against the Northampton Bombers of Pennsylvania ( a.m.).

The teams will then be reseeded and elimination play will begin Wednesday to determine a champion. The title game will take place Thursday, Aug. 6 at 3 p.m..

“I think we’re going to be okay,” Pimental said. “The field of competition is up from last year but I honestly think this is a better team. We only had 12 kids on last year’s team. Carrying 16 this year has allowed us to have a lot more pitching depth. There’s about kids I feel confident I can throw out there in any situation.”

As stout as the staff is, Team Mizuno believes the potency of its lineup could make the difference.

“This is dynamite batting order when they are all together,” Coach Pimental said. “One through nine, there are no easy outs. Every kid can hit the ball feet or more.”

For more local youth baseball coverage, follow Adam K. Ellis on Twitter @AE24_7sports.

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The 12U South Florida Hitmen travel baseball team from Royal Palm Beach went to Cooperstown, N.Y., July to compete in the Cooperstown Dreams Park World Series Tournament.

There were teams from 26 different states and Canadian provinces competing for the championship. The South Florida Hitmen represented Palm Beach County in grand fashion by going and winning the Cooperstown Dreams Park Champions title.

After six pool-play games, the South Florida Hitmen earned the tournament’s No. 2 seed.

The championship game was played at Little Major League Field in front of a crowd of more than 2, The contest was also televised over the Internet and watched by more than 85, viewers worldwide on Thursday, June

The South Florida Hitmen faced the No. 4 Richmond Braves North (Va.) in the championship game.

Blake Kendall Jr. crushed two homers at the plate, earning four RBIs, and Chandler Marsh dominated on the mound.

The South Florida Hitmen went on to win in six innings, and earned the South Florida Hitmen’s induction as champions into the Youth Baseball Hall of Fame, part of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

ABOVE: (Front row) Blake Kendall Jr., Chandler Marsh, Jacoby Long and Malachi Smart; (back row) Austin Tonks, Jackson Hugus, Matthew Horton, Joey Guelli, Cameron Smith, Luis Delgato, Max Martzolf, Luke LeMond and Kyle Barnowski.

Sours: https://gotowncrier.com//07/12u-south-florida-hitmen-are-cooperstown-champs/
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Cooperstown Dream Park Experience

by Ayden Fussell

 


Lou Presutti, Sr. once said, “Every kid should have an opportunity to play baseball in Cooperstown.”  This was once said to Lou’s son and grandson during an annual trip his family took at The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.  In Lou Presutti, Sr. passed away and the dream grew in the hearts of Lou’s son and grandson which made the dream become an addiction.  In the family made plans to build a park that consisted of 22 baseball fields and a championship field where only opening and closing ceremonies for the tournaments took place, and the main event of the week, the championship game. In , the construction was finished.  This park also offered a cabin for each team participating in the tournament, an arcade so the players don’t get bored during free time, and a huge tent where the park can serve food and drinks for every breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  The park has twelve tournaments each week in the summer with 96 to teams participating. Their dream truly became a reality.

HCA 7th Grader, Ayden Fussell in
Cooperstown, NY this summer.

Thankfully that dream gave me an opportunity to play baseball in Cooperstown.  On August 5, , I arrived at Cooperstown Dreams Park after a long twelve-hour ride.  There was a long line to drop off the 1, players at the cabins.  It took at least thirty minutes to get through the traffic and finally arrive at the cabin where I would stay for the rest of the week.  My family told me to have fun and they would see me the next day.  They soon left after talking to the coaches while I ran to find my team.

One thing you may need to know about Cooperstown is that at each tournament there is a tradition of trading team pins for other team pins and that is what I found my team doing.  I got my pins and I ran to get other teams’ pins.  After a long night of pin trading, my team went back to our cabin to wind down.  A lot of the teams were exhausted from the long drive or flight.  Others were not because it was about  pm or  pm in their time zones and they were loud.  At about pm a staff member told us it was lights out and he told my coach to please turn off the lights and that is when our night ended.  

In the morning our coach woke the team up and told us to put on our jersey because we had team pictures.  We walked to the picture studio and took our picture, then we headed back to our cabins and put our casual clothes on to go to lunch.  At about  the opening ceremony began with the crowd cheering as the National Anthem and the Canadian National Anthem were sung.  Yes, there were teams from Canada at Cooperstown too. After the Opening Ceremony, we went to our cabins and started to get some rest before our first game.

Our first game we won and I hit my first home run. I was very happy in my accomplishment and I was ready for my next and final game of the day.  The rest of the week was a blur. My team finished out , ranking #35 out of teams, and I got the most home runs on my team with four!  I was very happy with my team’s results because we had great talent playing against us from around the nation every day. On the way back home all I could do was talk about Cooperstown.  It was one of the best trips of my life.  I totally agree with Lou when he says, “Every kid should have an opportunity to play baseball in Cooperstown.”  It is an opportunity you cannot miss.

Ayden's collection of pins from
other teams he met in Cooperstown.

Ayden's team meets him at home plate
following his home run.

Sours: https://www.rocksolidteams.net/cooperstown-trip

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