Nationally recognized as the top association of showcase teams in the country, Premier features many of the most successful programs in the history of youth showcase baseball.  Several of these programs formed at the forefront of the showcase movement and Premier itself is the first conglomerate effort by multiple organizations to maximize exposure opportunities for its members.

This past weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada Premier held its annual board meeting.  Along with Team Mizuno out of Houston, The South Troy Dodgers out of New York, and the New England Ruffnecks out of Boston, Twelve Baseball was voted in as an official member of Premier Baseball.

"Premier Baseball is an aggregation of baseball organizations that have been in business for a number of years and have achieved a high level of success on the field.  Each Organization has as its goal, playing the best baseball possible.  Premier was formed to assist in that goal.  Each organization has the welfare and advancement of its players as its goal."  --from www.premierbaseball.net

Premier Members (29 Programs nationwide):  Arlington A's, Austin Wings, Austin Slam, North Texas Titans, Team Ontario, Albuquerque Baseball Academy, Houston Heat, Dallas Mustangs, New York Nine, Ft. Worth Cats, Midwest Nationals, Kyle Chapman, LIDS Indiana Bulls, Kansas City Sluggers, Building Champions, Nebraska Sluggers, Rawlings Prospects, South Texas Sliders, Columbia Angels, Houston Raiders, Ontario Terriers, Wisconsin Hitters, Waco Storm, Cincy Flames, Bayside Yankees, Team Mizuno, South Troy Dodgers, New England Ruffnecks, and Twelve Baseball Academy.

 

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