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Boston & New York City

July 7-20


  • Twelve (12) College Visits

  • Twelve (12) Games

  • Two (2) Tournaments

  • Two (2) College Workouts

  • Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park

  • Baseball Hall of Fame

  • Six Flags New England

  • Atlantic Ocean Beach 



Celebrating our 15th year of the East Coast Classic (ECC). This years ECC will again include the Boston Open as well as college visits, a tournament in New York City and games scheduled throughout New England.

Players will have the option to stay and play for the entire two weeks (Boston & New York) or choose one or the other.

- Each tournament & game will be Wood Bat
- Minimum Games: 12 (5 games for each tournament, plus one mid week double header)
- Number of Teams Participating:  200 (in both tournaments)
- Two College Workouts for college coaches

- Attend Red Sox Game @ Fenway Park
- Six Flags New England
- Baseball Hall of Fame
- 12 College Visits
- One Beach Day

The East Coast Classic is back after a historic 2019 event which attracted over 150 college coaches.  It is highly competitive and well attended by college recruiters.

Rosters may consist of players from Classes of 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023

-Why would a 2020 player who has already committed to a college attend this trip ... for a once in a lifetime baseball (and life) experience - play the game and enjoy life because you love it ...not to try to be discovered "It's about the journey NOT the destination

Fields include Babson College, Bentley University, Brandeis University, Brown University, Bryant University, Clark University, Fitchburg State University, Fordham University, Harvard University, Nichols College, NYU, URI, Stevens Tech, Tufts University, Wagner University, Worcester State University.


Tuesday July 7 - BOSTON
Travel Day - Flights into Boston Logan

Wednesday July 8- BOSTON
8am - Invitation only Boston Select Showcase (watch for invites - over 150 college coaches)
2pm - College Visit Wentworth Institute of Technology
7pm - Red Sox Game @ Fenway Park

Thursday, July 9- BOSTON
Boston Open Game
College Visit

Friday, July 10- BOSTON
Boston Open Game
College Visit

Saturday, July 11- BOSTON
Boston Open Game
College Visit

Sunday, July 12- BOSTON
Boston Open Game
Activity - BEACH

Monday, July 13- BOSTON
Boston Open Playoff Game(s)
or Six Flags New England

Tuesday July 14- NEW ENGLAND/ NEW YORK
College Visits

Wednesday July 15- NEW ENGLAND/NEW YORK

College Visits
Game (Double Header)

Thursday July 16
- Baseball Hall of Fame

Friday July 17- 

Saturday July 18

Sunday July 19

Monday July 20
Flights Out

Off Field activities are optional and paid separately (per activity)


1. Register by paying registration fee
2. You will be contacted and we will review entire off field schedule
3. You will decide upon your travel./lodging plans - either with team or on your own

2020 Boston Open Roster

Coming Soon

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Players have the opportunity  to participate in front of close to a hundred college coaches. 

Currently more than 100 teams are registered

Actual college visits and tours coming soon
Suzanne Forfa (704) 425-4939

Some of the 2019 College & Professional Scouts in Attendance
Allegheny College, Amherst College, Assumption College, ATLANTA BRAVES, Babson (3), Bard College, Becker College, Boston College (4), Bowdoin College (2), Brandeis University, Brighton Academy, Bryant, Brown University, Caldwell University, Castleton University, Clark University, Dartmouth College, Duke, Eastern Connecticut, Eastern Nazarene, Ed Waters, Emerson, Endicott, Fairfield University, Fisher College, Fitchburg State (2), Franklin Pierce (2), George Mason, Georgetown, Hamilton, Hartford (2), Harvard, Holy Cross (3), Kings College, Lemoyne (2), Lesley University, Massachusetts College of Libertal Arts, Middlebury College, MINNESOTA TWINS, Mitchell College,, Newbury (2), New England College (2), NEW YORK METS (3), Nichols (2), Northeastern, Plymouth State, Quinnipiac, Roger Williams University, Sacred Heart (2), Saint Anselm (2), Saint Thomas Aquinas (2), Salve Regina (2), Seton Hall, Siena College (2), Skidmore College, University Southern Maine, Southern Connecticut, Southern Maine CC (2), Southern New Hampshire, Springfield College, St Joes, St. Josephs, Stetson, Stony Brook, Tufts (3), UCONN (2), UMASS (2), UMASS Boston, UMASS Dartmouth, UMASS Lowell (3), University of Maine – Farmongton (2), University Of Maine – Orono, University Of Rhode Island (3), Wentworth Institute of Technology, Western New England, Westfield State University (2), Wheaton College (3), Williams College, WPI (2) 

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