For the second year in a row, the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) World Series will be hosted by the Texas Rangers, with baseball and softball tournament games scheduled to be played from August 4th to 15th on various fields throughout Grapevine and Southlake, TX.
The RBI World Series is the international baseball and softball tournament of the RBI program.
In order to qualify for the RBI World Series, RBI leagues from the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and South America will compete in eight RBI Regional qualifying tournaments, which will begin in late June 2015.
Cities hosting RBI Regionals include Boca Chica and Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic; Los Angeles, California; Houston, Texas; Cleveland, Ohio; Prince George's County, Maryland; New York, New York; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Chattanooga, Tennessee. At each location, RBI leagues from several cities compete for their regional championship in the softball (ages 19 & younger), junior baseball (ages 13-15) and senior baseball (ages 16-18) divisions.
There are no announcements at this time.