WHAT: The Phillies host their 29th Annual Baseball Carpenter Cup Classic championship title game at Citizens Bank Park, showcasing talented high school students from the local area for major league scouts and college coaches.
Following the game, the winning team will be presented with the Carpenter Cup Classic trophy on-field by Rob Holiday, Phillies Director, Amateur Scouting Administration. Holiday will also be available for media interviews following the award presentation.
WHEN: Championship Title Game Friday, June 20, 10:00 a.m. - Burlington County vs Jersey Shore
Note: Burlington County defeated SOL National/Bicentennial 6-5 and Jersey Shore defeated Delaware County 5-3 in a rain-shortened 8-inning game.
DETAILS: The championship title game is open to the public. Admission at Citizens Bank Park is $5 with tickets to be sold at the West Ticket Windows. Complimentary parking is available in S Lot.
Credentials are required.
ABOUT THE PHILLIES CARPENTER CUP CLASSIC
The Phillies Carpenter Cup began in 1986 and continues to be a vehicle to help promote the top area baseball players. Each year more than 400 high school players from the tri-state area are able to showcase their skills in front of major league scouts and more than 220 college coaches. The Carpenter Cup has been a catalyst for many players to receive scholarships or admission to some of the country's finest universities. For more information, please visit http://mlb.mlb.com/phi/community/carpenter_cup.jsp.