2023 NYBC CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK
The NYBC is traditionally broadcasted to a national audience, beginning with MLB Network and MLB.com in the early years, moving to CBS Sports Network in 2012 and then FloSports in 2021. In 2021, a record 19 games were broadcasted including three championship games, and every 12U team played in a broadcasted game. The NYBC was created to showcase the best youth teams in the country, and that tradition continues today!
LASORDA LEGACY PARK
Lasorda Legacy Park in Yaphank, New York delivers the perfect location for a first-class event like the NYBC. The facility features seven turf fields with all the amenities of a professional ballpark, spectator seating, pro shop, indoor facility, outdoor cages, electronic scoreboards, a restaurant and so much more.
Steel Sports wants the NYBC to be the ultimate championship experience for players, coaches and families, and part of that includes incorporating special events into the week. The NYBC Experience is a chance to enjoy the national pastime off the field with events like an MLB Roundtable, player and coach interviews featured live on social media, daily recaps, DJ, games, vendors and much more. With MLB celebrities at the NYBC, you never know who you could run into!
The National Youth Baseball Championships has seen its share of MLB celebrities during its 10-year run. From Hall of Famers Tommy Lasorda, Frank Thomas, and Tony LaRussa to championship and award-winning managers Dusty Baker, Bobby Valentine and Jerry Manuel, baseball’s elite are drawn to the NYBC. Faces new and old will be on hand to watch the action this summer at Baseball Heaven. Meet some MLB legends during your stay and learn baseball and life lessons from them as well.