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Phillies Baseball Carpenter Cup

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Burlington County wins Phillies Baseball Carpenter Cup presented by Nike

Burlington County and Lehigh Valley, the top two high school all-star baseball teams from the tri-state area, competed in the championship game of the Phillies Baseball Carpenter Cup presented by Nike held on Tuesday, June 18, at Citizens Bank Park with Burlington County coming out on top, 4-2.

The purpose of the Carpenter Cup presented by Nike is to give the best high school players in the tri-state area the opportunity to showcase their talents in front of college scouts.

Carpenter Cup Details

Each year more than 400 high school players from the tri-state area are able to showcase their skills in front of major league scouts and college/university coaches. The Carpenter Cup presented by Nike has been a catalyst for many players to receive scholarships or admission to some of the country's finest universities.

Additionally many Carpenter Cup participants have gone on to big league careers including Phillies player Phil Gosselin and former Phillies players Brian Schneider and Brett Oberholtzer, along with Mike Piazza, Bobby Higginson, Ben Davis, Bobby File, Mike Koplove, Brian Lesher, Kevin Mench, Mike Neill, Pedro Swann, Dave Williams, Mark DiFelice, Chad Kuhl, Joey Wendle and Mike Trout.

Teams

  • Berks County
  • Inter Ac/Independents
  • Burlington County
  • Chester County
  • Delaware North
  • Delaware South
  • Delaware Valley
  • Jersey Shore
  • Lehigh Valley
  • Mercer County
  • Olympic/Colonial
  • Philadelphia Catholic
  • Philadelphia Public League
  • SOL American & Continental
  • SOL National/BiCentennial
  • Tri-Cape

The area's best high school athletes take part in this year's Phillies Baseball and Softball Carpenter Cups powered by ENGIE.

Over 400 high school players from the tri-state area participated in the 2016 Phillies Baseball Carpenter Cup.

Directions to FDR Park Phillies Urban Youth Academy Fields

FROM 95

  • Take the PA-611 N/BROAD STREET exit, EXIT 17, toward PATTISON AVE.
  • Get in the left hand lanes and make a LEFT at the first light onto PATTISON AVENUE
  • MAKE FIRST LEFT into FDR PARK
  • Once in FDR PARK turn RIGHT onto the one way road and follow the road to the back of the Park to ASHBURN FIELD (located underneath I95)

FROM 76 EAST

  • Take the PA-611/BROAD ST exit, EXIT 349, toward SPORTS COMPLEX
  • Turn RIGHT onto S BROAD ST/PA-611 S.
  • Turn RIGHT onto PATTISON AVE.
  • MAKE FIRST LEFT into FDR PARK
  • Once in FDR PARK turn RIGHT onto the one way road and follow the road to the back of the Park to ASHBURN FIELD (located underneath I95)

FROM NEW JERSEY (WALT WHITMAN BRIDGE)

  • Take EXIT 349 toward PA-611/BROAD ST/SPORTS COMPLEX
  • Turn LEFT onto S BROAD ST/PA-611 S.
  • Turn RIGHT onto PATTISON AVE.
  • MAKE FIRST LEFT into FDR PARK
  • Once in FDR PARK turn RIGHT onto the one way road and follow the road to the back of the Park to ASHBURN FIELD (located underneath I-95)
  • 2019 Burlington County
  • 2018 Olympic Colonial
  • 2017 Jersey Shore
  • 2016 Suburban One American/Continental
  • 2015 SOL National/BiCentennial
  • 2014 Jersey Shore
  • 2013 Mercer County
  • 2012 Burlington County
  • 2011 Lehigh Valley
  • 2010 Jersey Shore
  • 2009 Burlington County
  • 2008 SOL National/BiCentennial
  • 2007 Chester County
  • 2006 Burlington County
  • 2005 Philadelphia Catholic
  • 2004 Mercer County
  • 2003 Chester County
  • 2002 Jersey Shore
  • 2001 Lehigh Valley
  • 2000 Delaware South
  • 1999 Suburban National
  • 1998 Lehigh Valley
  • 1997 Olympic Colonial
  • 1996 Chester
  • 1995 Olympic Colonial
  • 1994 Ocean Monmouth County
  • 1993 Suburban I Nationals
  • 1992 Olympic Colonial
  • 1991 Olympic Colonial
  • 1990 Philadelphia Catholic
  • 1989 South Jersey C
  • 1988 Suburban I Nationals
  • 1987 Philadelphia Catholic
  • 1986 Delaware
  • Single elimination
  • All games will be 9-innings
  • After 7-innings a game is considered complete. Games can be called as complete after 7-innings as a result of weather or through a Carpenter Cup Executive Committee decision.
  • American League rules apply EXCEPT:
    • No bunting until the 7th inning and a player may not bunt in his first at-bat
    • No intentional walks at any time
    • Aluminum bats are allowed
    • Must slide to avoid contact
    • Arguing with umpires will be limited to 30 seconds for an explanation of your complaint and then contacting the game coordinator for any further resolution.
  • Game rosters consist of 25 players with a maximum of 10 seniors allowed:
    • 2 players at each of the 8 positions
    • 2 designated hitters
    • 7 pitchers
    • All exceptions must be approved one hour before the game or with permission from the game coordinator.
  • Pitchers can pitch a maximum of 3 innings per game
  • A pitcher in your first game can be a position player in your second game
  • A position player in your first game can be a position player in your second game
  • Substitutions can be made between the 4th and 6th innings in any legal baseball fashion. No re-entry unless made by the game coordinator.
  • Players unable to play maybe replaced on the roster.

For more information on the Baseball Carpenter Cup email [email protected] or call 215-463-1000.