Lawrenceville, Ga - The Sunbelt League will host the 2016 Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase Saturday and Sunday at Georgia Gwinnett College. The Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase expands for 2016 as the Sunbelt League and the Florida Summer Collegiate League welcome in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League for the first time.
The two day event begins on Saturday July 16th with a pro-style workout for the players from the three leagues to showcase their talents for MLB Scouts and college recruiters beginning at 5 PM. Following the showcase, the Southern Collegiate League and the Sunbelt League will square off in the first of three games on the weekend. The best in the Southern League and the Sunbelt League All-Stars will meet up at 8:05 PM Saturday.
Day two will see two all-star contests. The day gets kicked off with the Southern Collegiate Baseball League going against the Florida Collegiate Summer League at 12:05 pm. About an hour after the conclusion of game 1 on the day, the Florida Collegiate Summer League will face off with the Sunbelt League for the 4th consecutive year.
In the prior three years of the Southeast Collegiate Prospect Showcase, the Florida League and Sunbelt League squared off for the one day event. Each team has one victory in the series along with a tie coming in 2014. The past three years have alternated the sites for the event with the inaugural game taking place in DeLand, Fla. 2014 had the Florida League cruising north up I-75 to play at Georgia Gwinnett, and finishing up last season at Historic Sanford Memorial Stadium in Sanford, Fla.
Fans can hear every game of the event across the Sunbelt League Radio Network, and can be found online at sunbeltbaseball.sidearmstreaming.com/watch. The three leagues will join together to conduct a single broadcast per each game.
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