Senior League Baseball World Series

111 Walkers WAY

Easley, SC 29642

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Phone: (864) 855-7933

City: Easley

Region: Mountains

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Senior League Baseball World Series

The most talented 13-16 year-old players on the planet will be playing in Easley, SC during the Senior League Baseball World Series, July 27 - August 3, 2019. Teams from Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Australia, Canada and the United States will compete for the title of Senior League Baseball World Champions. Games will be televised in the US on ESPN+. The Championship game will be nationally televised by ESPN2 live at 2:30pm.

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