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33 Wintergreen Road, Mashpee, MA , 02649
The Cape Cod Baseball League is recognized as the best collegiate summer baseball league in North America by college coaches and professional baseball scouts. An amazing 25% of all current MLB players have played at the Cape.
435 West 10th Avenue , Suite B , Palmer, Alaska 99645, United States
One of the most competitive and highly selective leagues in collegiate summer baseball, the ABL is widely respected by MLB scouts. The list of alum that has gone on to play MLB is numerous and includes many Hall of Famers.
Oneida, New York 13421, United States
The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL) is a 13-team wood-bat collegiate summer baseball league founded in 2010. All players in the league must have NCAA eligibility remaining in order to participate.
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2900 4th Street SW, Rochester, Minnesota 55902, United States
The Northwoods League is the largest league in North America and one of the best. A highly competitive league, virtually everything they do is top-notch.
112 N. Main Street, Savannah, Georgia 27540, United States
Highly ranked and thought of by players, coaches, and baseball publications and scouting notebooks such as Baseball America, Perfect Game Crosschecker, and Ballpark Digest, the Coastal Plain League also ranks high in the eyes of Major League Baseball
122 MASS MoCA Way , North Adams MA , 01247
The New England Collegiate Baseball League is summer baseball at its best! The NECBL was founded in 1993 under the leadership of Emmy Award-winning television producer/director Joseph Consentino, former St. John's University and Boston Red Sox minor
The San Diego Coastal Collegiate League (SDCCL) located in America’s Finest City will once again be providing a unique opportunity for those collegiate players looking to play in a summer collegiate league.  
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Illinois, United States
The Ohio Valley Summer Collegiate Baseball League was born in October 2010. The initial four teams in the new Ohio Valley League were the Marion Bobcats, Owensboro Oilers, Fulton Railroaders, Tradewater Pirates, and began playing in 2011.
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