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International Teams with no payments made on Monday July 27 with WBF, as all required forms, will be removed from the tournament. It is the responsibility of each Coach / Leader / Manager.

World Baseball Foundation is not responsible if a team is eliminated from the tournament for failing to provide forms and / or installment payments required for this tournament.



All payments must be made 30 days prior to the tournament date.  For additional information email us at info@wbfint.net

All Team rosters, passport or birth certificates, release forms, and payments must be made and received by WBF by Monday, July 27, close of business.

If any of the above mentioned is not received by WBF, the Team will jepordize it's participation in the tournament.


Coaches meeting is scheduled for 7:00 pm on Sunday, August 2, at the Howard Johnson Hotel, 7707 NW 103rd St, Hialeah Gardens, FL 33016

Miami Marlins Highlights

Marlins veteran right-hander Dan Haren has endured enough trade speculation over his career that he understands the best way to handle the pressure that comes with it. More»


All of the Nationals' offense in Thursday's series finale against the Marlins came on one swing of the bat -- a Ryan Zimmerman home run -- and that's all Max Scherzer needed. The All-Star right-hander tossed seven strong innings and allowed just three singles on 109 pitches as Washington downed Miami, 1-0, at Marlins Park to take the three-game series. Nationals closer Jonathan Papelbon, acquired in a deal with the Phillies on Tuesday, earned the save in his first outing with Washington. More»


On Thursday afternoon, after taking a 1-0 loss to the Nationals that dropped them 18 games under .500, the Marlins finalized a three-team trade that will send right-handed starter Mat Latos, first baseman Michael Morse and cash to the Dodgers. From Los Angeles, the Marlins will receive pitching prospects Jeff Brigham, Victor Araujo and Kevin Guzman. More»


The Padres are bound to feel groggy after Thursday's 8-7 win in New York, which was delayed by rain twice in the ninth inning. When Miami's David Phelps (4-7, 3.86 ERA) toes the rubber against Padres righty Ian Kennedy (6-9, 4.56 ERA), he'll open the fifth game between these two teams in nine days. More»


Let the countdown to 3,000 hits begin. With two hits on Wednesday night in the Marlins' 7-2 loss to the Nationals, Ichiro now has rung up 2,901 hits in his brilliant big league career. More»


Propelled by two towering Bryce Harper home runs for his National League-leading 28th and 29th blasts of the year, the Nationals beat the Marlins, 7-2, on Wednesday night at Marlins Park to even the three-game set. More»


Marlins righty Henderson Alvarez -- who is out for the remainder of the season -- underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on Tuesday to repair a torn right labrum. More»


Streaks may come and go for most players, but there has been one constant for Jose Fernandez since he broke into the Majors as a hard-throwing right-hander at age 20 in 2013. At Marlins Park, Miami's young ace remains undefeated. More»


Not that Jose Fernandez is too shabby on the road, but home certainly has been where the wins are for the Miami ace. The right-hander, despite not being his sharpest, gave up one run with five strikeouts in six innings on Tuesday night in the Marlins' 4-1 win over the Nationals. More»


Out of the lineup since July 11, Dee Gordon wasted little time getting back into action on Tuesday in the Marlins' 4-1 win over the Nationals at Marlins Park. More»


Here are our Top 25-and-Unders, our ranking of the top 25 players age 25 and younger. All players who were 25 and under as of July 1, 2015 -- their age-25 season or younger -- were eligible for votes, and the list was selected by a panel of MLB.com and MLB Network analysts, including two former Major League general managers (Dan O'Dowd and Jim Duquette). More»


Once J.T. Realmuto irons out some glitches in his swing, watch out. The 24-year-old rookie remains a work in progress, but he continues to show flashes of why many believe he will be a better than average big league catcher. More»


The Padres took the series after beating the Marlins, 3-2, on Sunday in San Diego. Craig Kimbrel came in for the ninth inning and earned save No. 29 of the season. More»


Marlins right-hander Dan Haren is drawing plenty of attention on the market, but factors beyond his performance on the field could influence where he winds up after Friday's non-waiver Trade Deadline. More»


Trading Steve Cishek to the Cardinals on Friday has created a reshuffling in the Marlins' bullpen. One of the changes that could have a long-term impact is lefty Brad Hand goes from being a spot starter/long reliever to a more defined setup role. More»


Petco Park will always be a special place for Derek Dietrich. The Marlins third baseman made his MLB debut in San Diego on May 8, 2013, and delivered his first big league hit that day, a single. More»


The Padres had eight hits and Craig Kimbrel earned his 28th save as the Padres beat the Marlins, 3-1, Saturday night. More»


With the game tied, 1-1, with two outs in the bottom of the fifth Friday night, Yonder Alonso and Matt Kemp hit back-to-back home runs, solidifying the Padres' 3-1 win over the Marlins. More»


Steve Cishek, one of the most dependable relievers in Marlins history, was traded on Friday to the Cardinals for Double-A closer Kyle Barraclough. More»


For much of the first five innings Thursday night, it was a challenge for the Marlins to simply put the ball in play off Padres right-hander Tyson Ross, who fanned the first four batters he faced. More»


Justin Bour and J.T. Realmuto knocked in runs in the sixth inning and Tom Koehler tossed seven shutout innings Thursday night as the Marlins defeated the Padres, 4-0, at Petco Park. More»


After the Marlins defeated the D-backs, 5-3, on Wednesday night, Jose Fernandez reached out to David Peralta, who was struck in the helmet by a pitch. More»


Jose Fernandez struck out 11 D-backs in Wednesday night's <a href="http://m.marlins.mlb.com/news/article/138138700">5-3 victory</a>, but after the game, he still was shaken up about the one pitch that ended up far from where he wanted. The Marlins ace hit David Peralta in the head with a 97 mph fastball in the sixth inning. More»


Jose Fernandez pitched seven strong innings to help the Marlins top the D-backs, 5-3, and capture a series win Wednesday night at Chase Field. More»


The Marlins ended up with the fifth pick in next year's Competitive Balance round of Major League Baseball's Draft after Wednesday's lottery. More»


Second baseman Dee Gordon was named the Marlins' 2015 Heart and Hustle Award winner by the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association on Tuesday. More»


Mat Latos pitched seven scoreless innings in his first start in more than two weeks to help the Marlins top the D-backs, 3-0, on Tuesday night at Chase Field. More»


Josh Naylor, selected 12th overall by the Marlins in the 2015 MLB Draft, is expected to miss about another week as he recovers from a bout of mononucleosis. More»


Rubby De La Rosa tossed seven innings of one-run ball to help the D-backs snap their season-long six-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over the Marlins at Chase Field on Monday night. More»


Marlins No. 1 prospect Tyler Kolek continued a strong stretch by tossing six shutout innings of one-hit ball for Class A Greensboro on Monday night. More»


 
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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 )


All tournament games will be during the day, we will not alter game schedule.
All teams need to be ready to play tournament games during day and/or night.

Cost for INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL TEAMS
 Package #1
$540.00 (US$) per person
Clarion Inn

·   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)

 


Click on FLAG for information or the name of the representative for each country.  
World Baseball Foundation currently has representatives in several countries,
which their position is solely to promote our tournament.


All payments must be made to World Baseball Foundation.  
WBF is not responsible for payments made to a representative, team manager, etc.,
that is not made directly to World Baseball Foundation.

 
If you want to participate and see your team at the WBF International inaguration in the Miami Marlins stadium and enjoy a major league baseball game for free, register your team early in our 2015 Travel Ball World Championships, "Tickets are limited".




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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