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Coastal Baseball Classic Fall 2008 was won by Team Mexico who went undefeated and beat Nicaragua twice on Sunday to win the Championship. Mexico Photos November 8-9 Coastal Baseball Park Houston, Texas
  Sat.  11/08/2008  8:00 a.m. Nicaragua
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    Coastal Baseball Park
 
(@) Dominican Republic
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  Sat.  11/08/2008  10:30 a.m. Mexico
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    Coastal Baseball Park
 
(@) Dominican Republic
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  Sat.  11/08/2008  1:00 p.m. Nicaragua
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    Coastal Baseball Park
 
(@) Venezuela
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  Sat.  11/08/2008  3:30 p.m. Mexico
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    Coastal Baseball Park
 
(@) Venezuela
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  Sun.  11/09/2008  9:00 a.m. Venezuela
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    Coastal Baseball Park
 
(@) Dominican Republic
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  Sun.  11/09/2008  11:30 a.m. Mexico
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    Coastal Baseball Park
 
(@) Nicaragua
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  Sun.  11/09/2008  2:35 p.m. Nicaragua
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    Coastal Baseball Park
Championship Game
(@) Mexico
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Teams will play with wooden bats National League Rules. Metal Spikes will not be allowed on the artifical turf by any player. There will be a runner for the catcher with two outs. The last batted out will serve as the runner for the catcher. Games are 7 innings with 2 hour time limits no inning shall start after time limit. Please present lineups to homeplate umpire before games. Please present all changes to homeplate umpire during game Top Two Teams will play championship game at 2:00 PM on Sunday. Any player over the age of 16 is eligible to play There will be a round robin play of 3 games depending on the number of teams entered, with a championship game to follow. Schedule posted here

Q: Who is eligible to play in the Coastal Baseball Classic?
A: A player is eligible to participate on a Coastal Baseball Classic team if:

  • The player is a citizen of the nation the team represents.
  • The player is a permanent legal resident of the nation or territory the team represents.
  • The player was born in the nation or territory the team represents.
  • The player has one parent who is, or if deceased was, a citizen of the nation the team represents.
  • The player has one parent who was born in the nation or territory the team represents.