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Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is the ideal travel destination for most college baseball teams. The D.R. has a large quantity of baseball teams, concentrated within close proximity, that are capable of providing a high level of competition for college baseball teams. These teams include: all 30 MLB affiliates; Dominican Winter League Teams, Dominican Military teams.

The passion for baseball in the Dominican is unmatched and impossible to avoid. From the moment you arrive until the moment you leave you will be seeing kids playing pickup games in the street, hearing men having animated conversations about baseball and seeing evidence of the many MLB players who come from the D.R. The Dominican Republic puts more people in Major League Baseball, per Capita, than any country in the world. Players include Robinson Cano, Albert Pujols and Jose Bautista.

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In addition to the baseball the Dominican Republic offers a variety of off-field activities ranging from community service, to historical tours to fun-in-the-sun. To top it off, the warm and friendly Dominicans are a delight to interact with.

Curacao

Curacao is a small island within the Kingdom of the Netherlands that is located next to Aruba-off the coast of Venezuela. As a Dutch possession, Curacao is organized and relatively prosperous. In spite of its small size (population 100,000), Curacao has been a steady provider of MLB players: Andruw Jones, Didi Gregorious, Andrelton Simmons.

Curacao has a national team, composed mainly of current and former MLB-Affiliate minor-league players that is available for one series each year called the Curacao Cup. Dates of this event are flexible depending on college team’s schedule.

Curacao offers a variety of outdoor adventure activities and community service opportunities. With English Language proficiency, European passports and access to government funds, Curacao can be a source of student-athletes ready to play college baseball.

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Cuba

Having received permission from the U.S. embassy in Cuba to host American College baseball teams, we are engaged in an initiative to play baseball in each of the 15 provinces among the multiple college baseball teams that we will host over the next few years. This initiative has diplomatic significance beyond the baseball experience. Teams wishing to be a part of this diplomatic opportunity should consider Cuba as a destination.

Cuba is an opportunity to take a step back in time as you will see many 1950’s model vehicles on the road there. Cuba has provided MLB players such as Yasiel Puig, Jose Abreu and Yoenis Cespedes.

Aruba

Aruba is a small island within the Kingdom of the Netherlands that is located off the coast of Venezuela. Aruba is an advanced country that is knows or its beautiful beaches. Despite of its small size Aruba has produced MLB players such as Xanders Bogarts.

With English Language proficiency, European passports and access to government funds, Curacao can be a source of student-athletes ready to play college baseball.

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Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is a U.S. Territory in the Caribbean. It has produced many major league baseball players such as Francisco Lindor and Carlos Correa. Puerto Rico has a diverse assortment of off-field activities to choose from: rainforest visit; Old San Juan tour; beautiful beaches.

No passport is required to visit Puerto Rico. A visit to Puerto Rico can also be a great recruiting opportunity as their players are U.S. citizens and easier to get into U.S. colleges.