About 17 Tournaments | 17 Baseball
At every stage of youth travel baseball and softball, the game is constantly changing. Outfield dimensions. Pitching distances. Base paths. The one constant throughout the growth of the player is home plate. It's always 17 inches wide and 17 inches deep. While everything else is moving and evolving, the foundation is always the same.
Our youth baseball tournaments are played at facilities that meet our expectations of what a tournament complex should be. Our two home facilities, Sports Force Parks on the Mississippi and Sports Force Parks at Cedar Point Sports Center, set the standard. While every park is not a "destination" facility, 17 Tournaments commits to only running tournaments at safe, clean, and well-maintained sports complexes that can provide an outstanding experience for players and guests alike.
Our professional staff has run more than 300 tournaments during the past 10 years, so you have the peace of mind that we have seen just about everything, and we know how to react. From working with coaches before the tournament to running the tournament and managing the unforeseen, 17 Tournaments is redefining the expectation of a youth baseball and softball tournament.
We are constantly running tournaments throughout the spring, summer and fall. 17 Tournaments currently runs tournaments in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Mississippi and Ohio. Our 17 Tournaments waiver can be found here.
Baseball & Softball Tournaments
17 Tournaments hosts both baseball and softball tournaments throughout the year. Regardless of the sport, age, skill level, or sports complex -- teams will receive the same high quality tournament experience from 17 Tournaments.
Code of Conduct
Poor sportsmanship and behavior from players, coaches, parents and other guests will not be tolerated during 17 Baseball tournaments. We expect all guests to be respectful of each other, as well as the umpires, tournament officials and the opposing team. 17 Baseball has the right to remove guests at anytime if they are deemed to be in violation of our Code of Conduct. Click here to view our Tournament Rules.