Southern Indiana Spikes: Links (to websites)
Here you will find links to websites of various organizations related to baseball.
D&B Sporting Events is an sporting event,promotions and marketing co. in Owensboro, Kentucky created and managed by Dion Dull and Jared Bratcher. They have extensive backgrounds in tourney events and tourney promotions. They are here for the kids of travel sports and above all they want the teams to have fun. D & B specializes in Baseball and Softball Tourneys but are expanding to basketball, volleyball, cheerleading and more. So before you go elsewhere check with them on all sports.
D&B's current season baseball Schedule is now available on their website. Just click on the D&B name above for a link directly to their website.
Look at our "Field Locations" page for information and directions to their most commonly used facilities, "Jack Fischer Park" and "Panther Creek Park".
B.P.A. -Baseball Players Association
The Baseball Players Association's official Website of the National Headquarters Office. Established in 2000 by Hugh Cantrell in Lexington, Kentucky. The Baseball Players Association is a full service organization that offers a division of play and a level of competition that all baseball players can enjoy.
B.P.A. -Northern Zone
Website of the B.P.A. North/Central Zone which includes links to 15 different individual state's B.P.A. Websites, including Indiana and Kentucky.
A direct link to Indiana B.P.A.'s Website.
A link to Kentucky's BPA website. Jared Bratcher is the Kentucky BPA State Director & Dale Rich is the Central Kentucky BPA Program Director. Dale organizes tournaments in the Louisville/Lexington & Eastern Ky. areas. Whether you need assistance, want upcoming tournament information or just want to check out the latest NSA & BPA champions, feel free to visit and browse as often as you desire. Because they are The Players Association. Their site is dedicated to YOU, the player, and meeting the needs of all players in the state of Kentucky!
A direct link to the State of Illinois' BPA Website.
United States Sports Specialty Association (USSSA)
This site is run by the National Office of USSSA. The primary focus of USSSA Baseball is the development of programs that allow teams of all skill levels to compete against one another. USSSA believes the overall development of all players can be enhanced by the experience and fun of national tournament play. USSSA Baseball offers programs for four levels of play. Major and AAA programs are national programs that culminate in a World Series. The AA program is ran by the participating states that culminates at a National tournament. The A level is for recreational teams and is at a state level only.
USSSA Youth Cincinnati
A USSSA affiliated website Covering Dayton OH, Greater Cincinnati, OH and Northern Kentucky. It will have listings for various tournaments and websites addresses covering Dayton, Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Kentucky USSSA Baseball
Kentucky USSSA Baseball sanctions leagues, tournaments and teams (traveling, all-star and recreational) throughout the entire Commonwealth of Kentucky. They offer four levels of play that lead to State, National and World Series tournaments. Kentucky USSSA State Director, Pat Powers, lives in Mayfield and can be reached at 270-247-8145 or on cell phone number 270-705-0219.
An official USSSA website NOT run by the National USSSA Office. The primary focus of USSSA Baseball is the development of programs that allow teams of all skill levels to compete against one another. USSSA believes the overall development of all players can be enhanced by the experience and fun of national tournament play. Until now the majority of players were denied this opportunity because of their skill level. USSSA Baseball offers programs for four levels of play. Major and AAA programs are national programs that culminate in a World Series. The AA program is a regional program ran by the participating states that culminates at a National tournament. The A level is for recreational teams and is at a state level only.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA Baseball is a comprehensive national ministry that incorporates ministry to athletes and coaches at all levels of baseball: professional, college and youth. They conduct youth clinics, coaches and parent seminars, and field various age levels of competitive teams for players and coaches to improve their baseball skills as well as grow spiritually.
American Amateur Youth Baseball Alliance
AAYBA is a St. Louis Mo. based organization. The majority of AAYBA weekend tournaments will be 3 game formats however, the July 4th Gateway to the Best Open Tournament will be a five game format.
The July 4th Gateway to the Best will also feature a closed level for teams ranked AA or below.
While the World Series draws teams from coast to coast (last year over 200 teams participated from 36 different states), the weekend events generally feature teams from an 8-10 state region throughout the Midwest.
Our tournaments are great for out of state teams wanting to travel to St Louis as you have many dates to choose from and equally appealing for local teams because with so many out of town participants you can rest assured you wont be playing the same teams you see week after week.
Teamwork Marketing & Promotions
Teamwork Marketing & Promotions, LLC organizes and produces athletic competitions, baseball tournaments and special events throughout the mid-south from their company office in Murray, Kentucky.
The tentative 2006 tournament schedule for Teamwork Marketing & Promotions has been released. Check their website for more information.
You can also check our "Field Locations" page for information, directions and hotel accomidations. Look under the heading "Murray, Kentucky -Tournament/Hotel Directions".
Donelson Sportsplex -Nashville, TN.
A travel baseball complex near Nashville, TN. They host USSSA affiliated tournamnets throughout the season.
Also see the "Field Locations" page for their official directions and hotel information under "Nashville Tennessee Airport Marriott Hotel".
Super Series Baseball
A national sanctioning body, Super Series Baseball has three divisions for all age groups. Each division differs in skill level, so that it can provide competition compatible with all teams' varied abilities.
Super Series tournaments from across the nation are listed on their website.
Super Series Indiana
A Super Series affiliated website for Indiana.
Super Series Midamerica has officially changed its website to Super Series Indiana (Making it easier to find online) and has just launched this new website - detailing tournaments that have been a staple in Indiana for the past 5 years. Please visit the website and see if these fit into your schedule.
Indiana Bandits Baseball Tournaments
Bandit Yard tournaments exemplify the best in competitive youth baseball. The complex, just east of Indianapolis, sports two smaller diamonds and two larger diamonds all with grass infields. Both of the smaller fields and one of the larger fields are lighted, with press boxes and bleachers on all fields. The tournaments are umpired by the highest quality of umpires, who call a majority of high school and college games in the state of Indiana. Some of the sanctioning organizations that hold qualifiers at Bandit Yard are: USSSA, NBC, Super Series and S.A.N.D.L.O.T.T
Noblesville Youth Baseball
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Located on the north side of Indianapolis, Indiana. This organization hosts some very quality travel baseball tournaments in the summer months, including the Indiana State Games and the Mid-America Championships.
See "Field Locations" page for directions to the Noblesville fields.
InfoSports.com and YouthTournaments.com.
A website that lists tournaments from across the nation.
Bloomington IN Super Series Tournaments
An location in Bloomington, Indiana hosting Super Series Tournaments. Winslow Sports Complex.
Eteamz Tournament Listings
A link directly to e-teamz national tournament search engine.
Indiana Heat Baseball Tournaments
A link to the Indiana Heat Baseball website which hosts travel tournaments throughout the year in Bloominton, Indiana.
League Lineup Tournament Listings
A link directly to League Lineup national tournament search engine.
John Skilton's Baseball Links
A direct link to John Skilton's Baseball Links website. It claims to be to the Web's most comprehensive collection of links to baseball resources. There are currently 10,804 unique links indexed in the categories on the website. If you can't find what you're looking for on this website, it probably doesn't exist.
John Skilton's Baseball Links - Youth Baseball: Indiana
This is a shortcut to the Indiana Youth Baseball page on John Skilton's Baseball-links.com website.
John Skilton's Baseball Links - Youth Baseball: Kentucky
This is a shortcut to the Kentucky Youth Baseball page on John Skilton's Baseball-links.com website.
Indiana Express Baseball Organization
A link directly to Todd Easton's Indiana Express Baseball Organization. Todd is an Indiana University classmate of Brad Fella's. His site can offer some good baseball information from the Bloomington, IN area.
OPTIMUM SPORTS, an Evansville Indiana based organization, plans to offer a full line of youth sporting events operating at full scale by 2009. This would include: Baseball - 2006,
Basketball - 2007, Soccer - 2008, Softball - 2009, and Football - 2009
Our events will offer, not only, high quality competitive tournament play
for the kids involved, but also a full blown sporting experience for every
member of the family to enjoy.
Crown Trophy of Evansville
The official trophy and awards supplier of the Southern Indiana Spikes Organization. Contact Jeff & Tammy Wollems for all your awards needs! e-mail: Crown Trophy of Evansville
Jugs Coaches Corner
A link directly to the Jugs, Inc. Coaching Tips Webpage. There you will find drills, tips, fundraisers, etc. to help you manage your team. Also on the site, you can link to the main Jugs Webpage for all kinds of Jugs brand baseball equipment.
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