Florida Trip Feb. 16-19

Every year the Bobcats make a February trip to "Historic Dodgertown" at Vero Beach, Fla., for a three-day tournament. The 2018 Treasure Coast Presidents Day Challenge will be held Feb. 16-19. For decades, Dodgertown was the winter home of the Brooklyn and L.A. Dodgers. The complex is now a tournament destination that allows young players to stay on-site and feel like major leaguers, playing and staying where all the Dodger greats once called home during spring training. Join us this season for another great trip!

Cost: $350 per player. This includes three nights of lodging, breakfast and dinner, tournament fee and taxes. Players and families can stay on-site in their own room with access to the pool, dining room and fields. The deadline for signing up and paying for this trip is Feb. 1. Make checks payable to Bobcats Baseball and register through our organization.

Typical Schedule: Thursday -- Flight into Orlando.
Connor Winn and Nationals reliever Craig Stammen.
Friday -- Meet at the Washington Nationals spring training complex at 10 a.m. Watch the Nationals as they begin spring training workouts. In the past, the Bobcats have met players, obtained autographs and even shagged fly balls in the outfield during batting practice! Meet at Dodgertown at 5 p.m. for check-in and room keys. Team dinner at 6 p.m. Pool at 8 p.m.
Saturday  -- Team breakfast, two games, team dinner, pool.
Sunday -- Team breakfast, two games, team dinner, pool.
Monday -- Playoff games. Check out by 11 a.m. Afternoon/evening flight home.

Admission: There is a spectator admission fee to attend Historic Dodgertown tournaments. Admission tickets are sold at gate entrances. No charge for parking. Only players and coaches listed on the official team roster will be exempt from admission charges.

Seating: Bleachers are available at each field for spectator seating. Fans may also bring portable chairs into the complex. Small pop-up tents are permitted if they do not obstruct the view of other spectators.

Concessions: Located throughout the complex.

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