With the much-anticipated bracket release, a new look encompassing the California lifestyle is set to debut alongside four new teams vying for the ultimate title
The Boras Family Foundation today announced an all-new look to celebrate the 10-year milestone ahead of the Northern California Baseball Classic, hosted April 11-14, 2022.
“We are thrilled to return for our 10th year in California with 16 select teams competing to be crowned the 2022 Boras Classic Champions. We are proud to provide a platform for athletes to further their collegiate and MLB careers, as is our long-standing mission at the Foundation. Along with an incredible new lineup and strong returners, we anticipate great sportsmanship from each of them. We thank our fans for their continued support of these young athletes, and their contribution to help remove the financial constraints that may impact a player from furthering their education and baseball careers. We look forward to continuing our storied history in California as we look to the next decade.”
– Scott Boras, Director, Boras Family Foundation
Fifth ranked in the State Archbishop Mitty defends their 2019 Boras Classic Northern Section Title, against newcomers and 17th ranked Clayton Valley.
The 2022 Classic is host to:
- Five 2021 League Champions; College Park, Stockdale, St. Mary’s, Woodcreek, and Palo Alto
- 14 Top 250 Nationally ranked players for the 2022- 2024 classes
- 16 – 2021 Area Code Games players
- 30 Top 100 State Ranked players by Perfect Game for 2022-2024 classes
- 34 Division l commitments
The 16 high school teams participating in the North Classic are guaranteed four games, with the championship game slated for April 14th at 7 p.m.
The Northern Section, hosted by Oak Ridge High School, will be held at a new location:
Army Depot Park located at 8411 Okinawa Street, Sacramento, CA 95828.
The Boras Baseball Classic tournament bracket is available in its entirety on the Boras Classic website, borasclassic.com.