NABF is a nonprofit organization hosting regional and national Championship tournaments held coast to coast.
These tournaments range in age divisions from 9 & Under through Unlimited.
(A little bit about Ron Coomer...) The 2017 season marks Ron's fourth year alongside Pat Hughes as the analyst on Cubs radio broadcasts. Coomer played for the Cubs in 2001, batting .261 (91-for-349) with 19 doubles, 8 home runs and 53 RBI. In nine major league seasons with Minnesota (1995-2000), the Cubs (2001), the Yankees (2002) and the Dodgers (2003), he batted .274 (827-for-3,019) with 92 home runs and 449 RBI in 911 games. Coomer was selected to the 1999 American League All-Star team with Minnesota and appeared in the 2002 ALDS with the Yankees. Prior to joining the Cubs broadcast team, he worked for FOX Sports North (2005-13) as a pre/post game analyst for Twins games. With the Twins, he won four Emmy awards as a baseball analyst: two individual awards as a sports analyst and two as a member of the team's broadcast. Coomer was born in Chicago and graduated from Lockport (Ill.) High School. He and his wife, Paula, reside in Eden Prairie, Minn.
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NABF awards college and college bound active member players participating in a sanctioned NABF league, under a franchised member organization the opportunity to earn a scholarship award. Player candidates may contact their local NABF Franchised member organization for application and sponsorship.
The National Amateur Baseball Federation announced today its 2016 All-American Teams to recognize the top NABF high school baseball athletes in the U.S. (Class of 2016, 2017, 2018). NABF is proud to have Baseball Bluebook and Diamond Sports as sponsors of the 2016 NABF All-American Teams.
Click below for the 2016 NABF High School Pre-Season All American Team.