AAA Baseball Championship
There's nothing quite like the sound of a wooden bat making good contact with a baseball,
and you're sure to see some serious action if you head out to see the AAA Baseball Championship this season. This is a game
featuring the two best teams in Minor League Baseball as well as some of the brightest stars in the league, giving you plenty
of incentive to head out to make sure that you don't miss a second of the action as AAA looks to crown a champion. Some of
the best teams in the nation will square off in the diamond, and find out who has the best skills to get the job done –
all in front of a passionate crowd that is sure to come pouring into the stands BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte.
out and see an amazing collection of talent as the top teams in the AAA battle it out for the AAA Baseball Championship and
you'll understand loud and clear why there is so much fanfare for this game from one season to the next. When your favorite
player is digging in against a talented pitcher with the game on the line and the buzz of the crowd reaching the next level,
you'll definitely be glad that you're not at home when you should be there with thousands of your fellow fans.
Baseball Championship Info
If you want to see a great game of baseball, then you better hit up the AAA Baseball Championship,
as this is a place where the best players in the game look to take their game to a completely different level. The game pits
the winner of the top team from the International League against the top team from the Pacific Coast League in a grudge match
that will have you on the edge of your seat. Though we know that Major League Baseball is great too, this is one of the games
that has stars that are definitely headed to the next level as well, giving you plenty of incentive to put down the remote
and head out to see what everyone is sure to be talking about.
Minor League Baseball Experience
every AAA Baseball Championship, there are sure to be plenty of energetic fans pouring into the stands to be a part of the
action, and joining them will remind you that there still is no matching America's Pastime. Once you're there soaking up the
vibes of a great game, you'll see that there is still nothing quite like seeing baseball stars light up the scoreboard in
front of a great crowd. Though we all know the Major Leaguers are great too, Triple-A baseball is also a great experience
that is fun for the whole family, and this is simply as good as it gets as these pros look to put on a show and bring home
AAA Baseball Championship History
This championship game was first played in Oklahoma City
in 2006 at AT&T Bricktown Ballpark, and it didn't take long for it to become a major staple of the Triple-A baseball season.
It was originally called the Bricktown Showdown, and became the most exciting championship game in minor league baseball.
But in 2009, the championship was rebranded as the Triple-A Baseball National Championship Game, and from there this game
rose to new heights. And instead of having the game in Oklahoma City each year, the game is now played at different Triple-A
stadiums around the country, allowing fans from all over to see these electrifying players in action. With this game only
seeming to get better and better from one year to the next, the only place to be is the stands once again this year as two
talented teams slug it out.
AAA Baseball Championship Trivia
Did you know that two teams have already
won back-to-back AAA Baseball Championships?
The first team to do it was the Sacramento Rivercats, as they pulled off
the feat by winning in both 2007 and 2008. But even though it would have been easy to think that it would be a while before
another team won consecutive titles, a few years later it was the Columbus Clippers, who took down the championship in 2010
and then again in 2011.
AAA Baseball Championship Fans
Though the talent down below is the real draw,
you can also count on an amazing crowd thanks to the great fans that hit the stands for this one, and you'll end up being
a part of an electric atmosphere that will help bring the game to the next level. When the game is in the latter innings and
the buzz of the crowd is steadily rising in expectations of seeing an epic finale, you'll definitely be reminded as to why
seeing pro baseball first-hand is still as good as it gets when it comes to spectator sports. No matter how many other ways
there are to follow the games these days, it still doesn't get any better than watching the drama unfold first-hand.