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Along the Babe Ruth Tournament Trail

Jace Chamberlin Jace Chamberlin (pictured left) of Visalia, California, participated in the 2009 10-Year-Old Cal Ripken World Series, the 2011 Cal Ripken World Series and the 2012 Cal Ripken World Series.  During his appearances at the World Series, he set the record for batting averages with a .800, set the record for most strike-outs by striking out 18 and throwing a no-hitter, and came close to throwing a perfect game.  He also captured The Most Outstanding Player and Batting Title Awards.
Samantha King Samantha King (pictured left with Maine Softball State Commissioner, Barry Jordan) of Marshall County, Tennessee, tied the World Series record for most home runs in a game at the 2012 Babe Ruth Softball 12U World Series held in Alachua, Florida.
Jacob Connor, of Tri-Township, Pennsylvania, pitches a no-hitter at the 2011 Babe Ruth 13-15 World Series held in Jamestown, New York.  It was the 19th no-hitter in World Series history and the first of Connor's young career. Jacob Connor
1954 Stamford WS Champs

 

 

1954 Babe Ruth League

World Series Champions

Stamford, Connecticut

Tri-Valley, California Celebrates after winning the 2016 Babe Ruth 14-Year-Old World Series held in Westfield, Massachusetts.  Tri-Valley uses a military base as its home field at Camp Parks.  The facility is an Army Reserve Base located approximately 45 minutes east of San Francisco.  The league is proud of its relationship with Camp Parks and the off-field success of their ball players.  The kids have learned many life lessons because of the integrity that comes with the Army and military mantra.  

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