Atlantic Seawolves host tryouts Sept. 8

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There will be a tryout for the Atlantic Seawolves on Sunday, Sept. 8, for organized tournaments: 9U and 10 U, from 9 - 10:30 a.m.; 11U and 12U, from 10:30 - noon; 13U, from noon - 1:30 p.m.; and 14U, from 1:30 - 4 p.m.

Tryouts will be held at the Bristol Town Beach Sports Complex, located adjacent to Colt State Park.

Every candidate must attend at least one tryout. All candidates are encouraged to attend as many tryouts as their schedule permits. There is no fee for tryouts. In case of inclement weather, notification will be posted on our website. Please arrive a half-hour early to register and bring all necessary baseball gear including cleats.

If you are unable to attend a scheduled tryout and are interested in the Atlantic SeaWolves program, please do not hesitate to contact the SeaWolves directly at 401-241-4759 or 781-837-4263 to schedule an individual tryout.

To learn more about Atlantic Baseball Club please visit us on our website, www.atlanticbaseballclub.org.

The Atlantic SeaWolves organization is dedicated to providing young athletes the opportunity to develop their skills and potential in a competitive environment. To achieve this goal, the SeaWolves are committed to providing players with off-season training and quality coaching. Our team rosters are limited to 12 players. This guarantees more playing time in games and repetitions during practice. The SeaWolves are also dedicated to providing a fun and positive atmosphere that results in a lifelong respect and love of baseball.

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