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2022 Season in Review - New England

By AAU Baseball, 09/01/22, 12:30PM CDT

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On Sunday, August 6, the 2022 Spring/Summer season drew to a close. While the spring/summer competition season lasts roughly five months, the commitment for both the teams and AAU administration extends the entirety of the year.

It was another exciting season full of amazing moments and memories we will all remember. Teams from throughout New England and the Northeast participated in both our annual league, as well as the many of the annual and new tournaments we hosted this season.

We thank each and every team, their staff and the families that help make youth travel baseball possible. We congratulate all 2022 champions and extend a thank you to all clubs for choosing AAU Baseball in 2022.

If you aren't already, be sure to follow @NEAAUbaseball on Facebook and Instagram as we have been posting exciting league and tournament content throughout the summer. New content is being posted each week.

While we have already been preparing for the 2023 season which will include exciting new developments and new events, we wish to take a quick look back at what was one of NEAAU Baseball's best season yet.

Todd Skovron
NEAAU Baseball Director


Setting League Records

Formed in the mid 1990's, our annual spring/summer league for teams aged 9u through 18u continues to develop and welcome teams from throughout New England. In many ways the 2022 league season was the best yest as format changes resulted in some of the most competitive and exciting Playoff games in memory.

Some highlights include:

NEAAU Baseball is excited to announce plans for the 2023 league season which will include not only positive improvements, but also exciting new developments. More 2023 league information will become available by September.

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More Tournanaments & More Teams in 2022

With the addition of three new events, our 2022 tournament calendar welcomed more teams from more states than ever before. Aside from the inaugural event hosted in Worcester which hosted over 40 teams, NEAAU Baseball also extended west into New York and hosted two new tournaments welcoming over 75 teams.

We are already planning for the expansion and improvement of existing events, as well as the addition of new event programming in 2023.

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@NEAAUBaseball on Social Media

Have you not seen the amazing content on our new Facebook and Instagram pages this season! Earlier this year NEAAU Baseball partnered with social & media professionals to manage NEAAU Baseball on social media to better capture the excitement at our events throughout the season. We are just getting started!