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The 20th Annual Cooperstown Classic Baseball Tournament
June 17-18, 2023

This summer’s Cooperstown Classic baseball tourney is being played Father’s Day Weekend of 2023. Inquire today to add your team to the 2023 Cooperstown Classic. We expect to be sold out by September 2022, as in prior years. Participation is first-come, first-served, based on getting a deposit in.

Below will be the participating teams and game schedule.

Participating Teams

  1. Singing Surgeons (Boston, MA)
  2. East Coast Cardinals (Charlottesville, VA)
  3. Ben’s Dream White Sox (New York, NY)
  4. FLX Sinkers (Ithaca, NY)
  5. Providence Sharks (Providence, RI)
  6. Niagara Devils (Buffalo, NY)
  7. Rochester Stinger (Rochester, NY)
  8. Brooklyn Dukes (New York, NY)
  9. OPEN

2023 Schedule

Saturday, June 17 – Pool Play

10AM

  • TBA vs. TBA @ Beaver Valley
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Doubleday Field
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Winsor Field

1:30PM

  • TBA vs. TBA @ Beaver Valley
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Doubleday Field
  • TBA vs. TBA 4 @ Winsor Field

5PM

  • TBA vs. TBA @ Beaver Valley
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Doubleday Field
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Winsor Field

Sunday, June 18 – Playoffs & Consolation

10AM – Play In Games

  • TBA vs. TBA @ Beaver Valley
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Doubleday Field
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Winsor Field

1:30PM – Semifinals & Consolation Game

  • TBA vs. TBA @ Beaver (Semifinals)
  • TBA vs. TBA @ Winsor (Semifinals)
  • TBA vs. TBA s @ Doubleday (Consolation)

5PM – Finals

  • TBA vs. TBA @ Doubleday

Notes:

  • Going into Sunday, there will be 3 teams who have not played at Doubleday. These teams will be matched up to play at Doubleday either in a consolation game (if both in the loser bracket) or in Round 1 of the playoffs (if both are playoff bound). Doubleday participation will override playoff standing.
  • After this game, 1 team will may still not have played at Doubleday. If this team is still in the playoffs, they will play their next playoff game at Doubleday. If this is no longer in the playoffs, they will play a consolation game against the last team to lose at Doubleday.
  • The above scenario COULD result in multiple consolation games at Doubleday for one team. That is their reward for sticking around to play in extra non-playoff games.
  • The Finals will be played at Doubleday unless it is required for the consolation game by the team yet to play there. In this instance, the Finals will be at Beaver Valley.
  • In the event of rain, the Tourney Administrator will determine tie-breakers deemed to be most fair based on the circumstances of the weather and field conditions.

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