Over the next few weeks, Triple Crown Baseball will take over two of the most gorgeous mountain towns in the U.S. for the 2018 World Series.
Park City, Utah will host the first group of 8u, 9u, 10u, 12u and 12 Elite athletes from July 16th-21st. In 2018, TCS marks the 7th year of the World Series in Park City. Conveniently located 30 minutes away from the Salt Lake City International Airport, this family friendly host city is known for its world class atmosphere, Olympic Park, free summer concerts, cool morning and evening temperatures, breath-taking mountain scenery, high-quality resort lodging, and an abundance of mountain shops, restaurants and outdoor activities.
The competition begins on Day 1 at Park City Sports Complex for the team skills competition, directly followed by a live show from our favorite baseball legend, Domingo Ayala. Later, all teams will parade through historic downtown Park City. Tournament play will run from Tuesday through Saturday and if you’re games are done early, don’t miss free entertainment at the Park City concert series from 6-8pm each night.
After crowning the World Series champions in Park City, TCS Baseball will head back to the Colorado Rocky Mountains for the 23rd year of the World Series in Steamboat Springs. Session 1 will feature over 75 teams in 11u, 13uD2 and 14u competition. Players, coaches and families can expect an epic Opening Day at Howelsen Hill Sports Complex on Tuesday July 24th filled with a team skills competition, parade of teams, pin trading and awards.
Nearly 50 more teams will head to “The Boat” to tie a nice bow on their summer baseball experience. Look for 8u, 13u and 11 and 13 Elite teams enjoying the last week of the TCS World Series from July 31st-August 5th. The format for Session 2 will mirror the first, aside from the opening ceremony being held at Steamboat Ski Corporation.
Good luck to all the teams headed to any of these three events. We wish you a week filled with family, friends, fun and solid baseball! Visit https://www.tcworldseries.com/ for more information on the 2018 World Series!