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Top Illinois Seniors at Kaiser Memorial Game

Another quality event kicks off tomorrow the annual Jack Kaiser Memorial Game which is run by the Illinois High School Baseball Coaches Association. The Kaiser Game is named after legendary Oak Park coach Jack Kasier. Their goal is to attract some of the 35-40 of the top seniors in Illinois to play in one showcase game. This is a good one!

They select the team from recommendations from college and pro scouts and performance at the Stevenson and Plainfield Showcase. They also try to invite some of the best players from other parts of the state.

The game will be played on Tuesday night July 8th @ Les Miller Field on UIC’s campus. Directions can be found on the UIC Baseball Web Page. College and pro
scouts have been invited and in the past the game has been heavily attended.

Here is the agenda:

Check in 5:45 in UIC’s new clubhouse- Mizuno T- Shirts will be handed out
Stretch/Catch/Organization 6:00-6:25
Red Team Infield 6:25-6:40
Blue Team Infield 6:40-6:55

Game 7:00 - 9 innings

Pitchers will only be asked to pitch one inning (unless we are short a pitcher
and one pitcher wants to throw more then one). They will have a continuous
batting order.

*Area Code Shortlist from Illinois Maldonado, Krol and Crowley.
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