The Cascade Collegiate League announced its inaugural all-star game will be held monday, july 11th following an uncommitted juco showcase and home run derby at olympic stadium.
"this event will provide a platform for our league's top players to promote themselves on a bigger stage. the uncommitted showcase and all-star game will give four-year level coaches an opportunity to evaluate and recruit players from the ccl for years to come." -CCL Commissioner, Ben Krueger
monday, july 11, 2022
12:00pm | uncommitted juco showcase
2:00pm | home run derby
4:00pm | ccl Showcase team vs. barn owls
7:00pm | ccl all-star game
the uncommitted juco showcase will blend position-specific metric testing with live simulated at-bats. all data will be accessible to college coaches by request and video highlights will be shared on social media throughout the afternoon. entrants must be on active ccl rosters to participate.
the home run derby will feature player-voted nominees from across all six league affiliates.
The ccl showcase team will take on the barn owls at 4:00pm before the inaugural 2022 ccl all-star game kicks off at 7:00pm. all-star game selections will be manager-voted and feature non-showcase team rostered players from across all six league affiliates. all events will take place at olympic stadium in hoquiam, wa.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q - Who is eligible to play in the cascade collegiate league?
A - all ccl players must be on active college baseball rosters. graduating seniors from the 2022 class who have signed letters of intent are capped at two per team and twelve across the entire league.
Q - where does the ccl play its games?
A - all regular and post season ccl games are held at olympic stadium in hoquiam, wa.
Q - How do I make the CCL Showcase Roster?
A - The CCL Showcase Roster is selected by the ccl front office from feedback given by ccl managers. The dynamic nature of the roster allows Players to move up and down on a game-by-game basis for multiple reasons including but not limited to: Performance, pitch count, positional need(s), travel proximity, etc.