The 12U SOUTH FLORIDA HITMEN travel baseball team, from Royal Palm Beach Florida, traveled to Cooperstown, New York, June 19th-26th, to compete in the 2015 Cooperstown Dreams Park World Series Tournament.
There were 104 teams from 26 different states & Canada competing for the championship. The SOUTH FLORIDA HITMEN represented Palm Beach County FL in grand fashion by going 11-0 and winning the Cooperstown Dreams Park Champions title.
After six pool-play games, the SOUTH FLORIDA HITMEN at 6-0, earned the tournament’s No. 2 seed.
The championship game was played at Little Major League Field in front of a crowd of more than 2,500. The contest was also televised over the Internet and watched by more than 85,000 viewers worldwide on Thursday, June 25th.
The SOUTH FLORIDA HITMEN faced #4 Richmond Braves North (VA) in the championship game. Blake Kendall Jr. crushed at the plate with 2 home runs and 4 RBI's and Chandler Marsh dominated on the mound with the infamous "Humbler" that Richmond Braves North had no chance at defending.
The South Florida Hitmen went on to win 7-3 in 6 innings of play, and earned the SOUTH FLORIDA HITMEN an induction as CHAMPIONS, into the Youth Baseball Hall of Fame.