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GEICO Baseball City Series Returns To ESPNU In Early August



ESPN continues its coverage of the GEICO Summer Series with the  GEICO Baseball City Series (August 4-7) live on ESPNU.

The third annual GEICO Baseball City Series tournament features six elite 17U club baseball teams from around the nation including: Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Virginia, Wisconsin and Louisiana.  The six teams will play eleven total games over four days, including nine pool-play games taking place Wednesday – Friday, August 4-6. Pool-play games will determine the championship and third-place games that will air live on ESPNU, Saturday, Aug. 7.

2021 GEICO Baseball City Series Television Schedule:

Date

Time (ET)

Matchup

Network

Sat, Aug 7

11 a.m.

Third-Place Game

ESPNU

2 p.m.

GEICO City Series Championship Game

ESPNU

All games will be played at Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) - Raiders Stadium in Glendale, Wis. Further event details and full game schedule can be found geicocityseries.com

Tournament Participants Alumni information:

Hitters Baseball (Wisconsin)

  • More than 200 D1 commitments and more than 80 drafted players
  • 11 former Hitters have made it to Major League Baseball, with 23 alumni currently playing professional baseball and seven currently in MLB

Team Elite (Georgia) 

  • More than1,600 college commitments
  • 181 players drafted with 15 alumni having made MLB debuts

Sparks (Illinois) – 2020 GEICO City Series Runner-up

  • Currently nine alumni with Major League service time
  • 46 MLB draft picks since 2007

Canes (Virginia)

  • Over 500 players committed to D1 schools in 14 years
  • More than 250 picks in the MLB Draft since 2008

Bulls (Indiana) - 2020 GEICO City Series Defending Champ

  • 24 MLB Alumni and 17 Minor League Baseball Alumni
  • 39 D1 commits between the 2021-23 graduates

Knights (Louisiana)

  • 295 players signed with 94 different colleges over the last five years
  • 62 alumni drafted since 2008 with two making MLB debuts

Who’s Next:
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