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REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2015 INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT

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Miami Marlins Highlights

Now that the Marlins have signed Ichiro Suzuki, the Reds are the only team in Major League Baseball for which a Japanese player has never appeared. More»


Uniform numbers are revered more in Japan than America. That's probably explained in part by the culture of free agency and trades in the U.S. decreasing the chances that a player will be identified by one number for his entire career. The most anticipated moment of the news conference announcing Ichiro's signing with the Marlins on was the return of his iconic No. 51 to his uniform. More»


Their Hot Stove season started with the record-setting signing of Giancarlo Stanton, and adding Ichiro Suzuki on Wednesday likely capped the Marlins' hectic offseason. Not that the door is completely closed for business, but basically what you see is what you will get once Spring Training gets underway on Feb. 20 in Jupiter, Fla. More»


Ichiro Suzuki was thrilled to receive a warm welcome from his new club, which happened to occur more than 7,000 miles away from Miami, as Marlins officials traveled to Tokyo to introduce the veteran, who signed a one-year deal with the team this week. More»


Five team executives flew 18 hours to Japan to properly welcome Ichiro Suzuki -- who signed a one-year, $2 million contract on Tuesday night -- into the family. More»


By no means is Christian Yelich the first player to sign a contract with Louisville Slugger, but on Wednesday he became the first to do so at the facility in Louisville, Ky. More»


Thanks to the Miami Marlins, baseball gets at least one more season of one of the most remarkable players of our time: Ichiro Suzuki. More»


Just a few months away from beginning the first year of his record-breaking $325 million contract, Stanton joined MLB Network for a special feature Tuesday evening -- "The Offseason: Hope in Chicago and Miami" -- to discuss the Marlins' offseason and his aspirations for the next 13 years in Miami. More»


A case can be made that the Royals' Alex Gordon, Jarrod Dyson and Lorenzo Cain form the best defensive outfield in Major League history. Factoring in offense, the world of analytics narrowly favors Kansas City's outfield over the Angels and Marlins. More»


Leading the array of new faces among top second-base prospects is Jose Peraza, who could soon be part of a formidable double-play combination with Andrelton Simmons in Atlanta. Micah Johnson of the White Sox and the Blue Jays' Devon Travis are the two players who remain from last year's list. More»


The Marlins believe Christian Yelich, Marcell Ozuna and Giancarlo Stanton form the best outfield trio in the National League. Add Ichiro Suzuki to the roster, and the club now feels it has the top fourth outfielder in the league. More»


Ichiro Suzuki has been given an opportunity to join the 3,000-hit club. The key to reports that he has agreed to a one-year deal worth $2 million with Miami is that the Marlins have indicated a willingness to work on a second year, which Suzuki will most likely need to collect a 3,000th hit. More»


The Marlins on Tuesday night announced the signing of free-agent outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to a one-year contract. Ichiro, who will wear No. 51, is the first Japanese-born player in franchise history. More»


Pitching, speed and defense were the foundation of the Marlins' 2003 World Series title team. The organization is striving to mirror that plan in putting together its roster for this season. Former Miami outfielder Juan Pierre sees similarities in the two squads. More»


Despite all the brilliant analysis, there's this one pesky thing called a 162-game schedule. It's a great thing, too, as it determines -- for real, and once and for all -- who are the best teams. So go ahead, prematurely coronate the Nationals if you want. Everybody gets it. But beware of the Marlins. More»


The Marlins have invited 25 non-roster players to Major League Spring Training, including 15 players signed to Minor League deals. As of Wednesday afternoon, Miami will carry 65 players into Spring Training at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter, Fla. More»


Though only one catcher (Blake Swihart of the Red Sox) fits in the top 40 spots on MLBPipeline.com's upcoming 2015 Top 100 Prospects list, talent behind the plate actually runs deep. The Minors are teeming with backstops who have the tools to contribute offensively and defensively in the big leagues in the near future. More»


The Nationals landing Max Scherzer for a reported seven-year, $210 million contract has certainly gained the Marlins' attention. While the Scherzer deal gives Washington a super rotation, Miami isn't planning on making a serious counter attack by either signing free agent James Shields or making a trade for another starter. The reason is the club is very comfortable with the starting options already assembled. More»


There are always a ton of right-handed pitchers on the Top 100 Prospects list. The 2015 version is no different. All 10 on the list are in the Top 100, and then some. Some of the names are familiar. Five right-handers -- The Mets' Noah Syndergaard, Archie Bradley of the D-backs, the Rockies' Jon Gray, the Orioles' Dylan Bundy, Robert Stephenson of the Reds -- were on this list a year ago. More»


Marlins closer Steve Cishek shares the organization's vision, and he remains hopeful to be part of its long-range plans. For now, the 28-year-old is focused solely on 2015 and doing his part to help the team reach the playoffs. More»


Former Tiger Don Kelly has agreed to a Minor League contract with the Miami Marlins, according to multiple reports. More»


The Marlins have intensified talks with 10-time All-Star outfielder Ichiro Suzuki and are open to a possible two-year deal, MLB.com has learned. More»


Pitchers and catchers may be reporting to Spring Training on Feb. 19, but the grounds crew at the busiest complex in the Grapefruit League has been aggressively grooming the fields for months. More»


According to exchange figures, the Marlins are a combined $1.720 million apart in contract talks with right-handers Mat Latos and David Phelps and lefty Mike Dunn. More»


On a frantic Friday, the Marlins reached agreements on one-year contracts with closer Steve Cishek, second baseman Dee Gordon, and right-handers Henderson Alvarez and Aaron Crow prior to the 1 p.m. ET salary arbitration figures exchange deadline. The club was unable to come to terms with right-handers Mat Latos and David Phelps and lefty reliever Mike Dunn. Their salaries will be determined at arbitration hearings sometime between Feb. 1-21. More»


 
Teams Schedule News Advertisement Hotels Stadiums Air Fares
Week Date Divisions Opening Date
1 Aug 1st - Aug 9nd 6U to 18U To be announced
Tournaments Details
 • Five games guaranteed
 • Two umpires per game
 • Age cut of Date May 1st, 2014
 • Baseballs are included
 • Opening Ceremony at the Miami Marlins
 • Trophies for 1st and 2nd place
 • Cooler is provided for games
 • Based on good weather conditions


Registration Fee for International

and National Teams 

(Local Teams excluded, follow appropriate link/search for cost)

$250.00/per team 

( The tournament fee must be paid after you register )

Cost for INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL TEAMS
 Package #1
$540.00 (US$) per person
Hotel Comfort Inn & Suites

·   Hotel in Miami 9 days/8nights
·   Transportation roundtrip airport and parks
·   Food: Breakfast and dinner at the hotel
·   Inauguration Ceremony
            at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
·   Marlins baseball ticket
·   Price based on 4 persons per room
               
Package #2
$560.00 (US$) per person
Hotel Howard Johnson

·   Hotel en Howard Johnson  9 days/8 nights
·   Transportation roundtrip airport and parks
·   Food: Breakfast and dinner at the hotel
·   Inauguration Ceremony
           at the Miami Marlins Ballpark
·   Marlins baseball ticket
·   Price based on 4 persons per room
               

Cost for LOCAL teams: (Please enter local zip code)

 


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WBF - World Baseball Foundation - dedicated to the global promotion of youth baseball at the highest level. Click the above videos to see what happened in our previous tournaments.
 

  • 2012 Game Part 1
  • 2012 Champions Part 1
  • 2012 Champions Part 2
  • 2012 Champions Part 3
  • 2012 Delegations
  • 2012 Opening Marlins Park Part 1
  • 2012 Opening Marlins Park Part 2
  • 2012 Games Part 1
  • 2012 Games Part 2
  • 2012 Games Part 3
  • 2012 Games Part 4
 
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