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CPBL Schedules and More!
Submitted By Jeremy Jayaweera on Wednesday, March 29, 2017
2017 CPBL Schedules have come out and are now updated on our website for each team. Some field times, etc. will be TBA once permits come around. Having been back for a couple weeks now from Spring Training, all teams are back to work indoors gearing up for what hopes to be a successful CPBL season.

Dodgertown was once again a blast for the organization. Pitchers had about 2-3 appearances each while hitters had about 20-25 live at bats. While practicing everyday in the hot sun and playing games, all players definitely got their fix of Spring Training baseball.

Come May our second stint in the CPBL begins with our 18u and 17u teams participating in the CPBL showcase tournament held in St. Mary's and Dorchester. Both teams strong-willed by their respective pitching staffs look ready to compete day in and day out. Top Prospect David Mendham looks to lead the way for the 18u team as he and many others are bound to have successful CPBL campaigns.

Our 17u, 16u, 15u and 14u teams have had very strong off-seasons thus far and continue to look for improvement. With our new LTDP in place, players are understanding the process and what is needed to move onto the next level. 

In other news with Nationals alumni, RHP Brock Dykxhoorn of the Houston Astros made his MLB Spring Training debut. OF Andy Leader continues to produce at Colby College in Kansas leading his team in almost every offensive category and trying to help them win back to back Conference titles. RHP Mike Mueller is having a very successful sophomore season at Scottsdale C.C. in Arizona sporting a 2.50 ERA through 30 IP.  

The season begins the first weekend in May, follow us on twitter and instagram for updates and more info with the Nationals.

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