The Super East Baseball is an organization with select Baseball Tournaments based out of East Hartford, Connecticut. They are located in the 06108 zip code and historically they participate in travel tournaments that are Local only tournaments.
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Currently, the Super East Baseball fields teams in the following age group(s):
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Super East Baseball(SEB) was started in 1997 to allow players and teams the opportunity to gain maximum exposure while playing more games against quality competition in the tournament, league play, and showcases.
SEB understands the importance of the younger age levels in baseball. Our focus is to create an environment where the player can have fun while learning the game during tournament and league play. A competitive environment with quality competition is vital for the development and growth for the younger aged baseball player. All 10u thru 12u SEB events consist of real baseball fundamentals including leads and stealing while pitchers throw from the wind-up and the stretch.
Exposure and quality competition is vital for the high school baseball player within SEB. Along with tournament and league play, SEB has created multiple showcase opportunities for the players who compete in SEB events. It is normal to see college coaches and/or pro scouts at SEB exposure events throughout the season. While SEB has never taken credit for a players success, it is known that the opportunities provided during SEB events definitely opens up doors in helping with the recruitment and exposure to college coaches and pro scouts.