Muncie Central will be one of the new sites for the High School Fall Baseball League. This is one of 12 wood bat leagues, spanning from Chicago to Dayton, Ohio.
League play starts Aug. 25 and concludes with the HSFBL Championship Tournament and All-Star Exposure Games in Indianapolis on Oct. 13.
Each league plays a six-week regular season, with all games on Sundays. The winner of each of the leagues is determined by a championship tournament and those winners then secure berths in the HSFBL Championship Tournament.
The top performers in each league will be selected for the All-Star Exposure Games. Player information is sent out to a network of college coaches across the Midwest.
Each league plays a College Game Day at a partner college or university at some point in the regular season. The players will meet the college coaching staff and be invited to take a tour of the campus with his family.
Cost is $225. Each player receives a pro model wood bat from Hoosier Bat Company, a team Dri-fit game jersey and a free player college profile at http://www.ShowcaseU.com. The registration deadline is Sunday. To register or for more information, visit http://www.hsfbl.com/muncie.htm .
Former Indiana alum and Seattle Mariners prospect Eric Blakely founded the league in 2008.