April 21, 2021
See the full calendar of USA Baseball events that are scheduled to take place in 2021. Check back throughout the spring and summer as more information and schedules for events, programs, and national teams are added and confirmed for the 2021 season.
April 9, 2021
USA Baseball announced today the development of its new Youth Baseball Manual presented by US Sports Club Insurance. The manual aims to support the thousands of youth baseball coaches around the country by providing a positive, development-based experience to their athletes.
March 23, 2021
The Appalachian League has announced the team identities for its inaugural 2021 season as a newly established collegiate summer league within the Major League Baseball (MLB) and USA Baseball Prospect Development Pipeline. Opening Day is set for Thursday, June 3, for all 10 clubs.
April 1, 2021
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2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Nolan Arenado
The 2017 Professional National Team alum picked up his eighth consecutive Gold Glove Award and fourth consecutive Platinum Glove Award in 2020. Arenado's eight-year streak is the longest among active players and third-longest among third basemen in MLB history.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Trevor Bauer
The 2009 Collegiate National Team alum was named to the All-MLB First Team and earned his first Cy Young Award after leading the National League in ERA (1.73), ERA+ (276), WHIP (0.79), opponents’ average (.159) and shutouts (2). He ranked second in strikeouts (100) and strikeouts per nine innings (12.3).
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Gerrit Cole
The two-time Collegiate National Team alum was named to the All-MLB Second Team after going 7-3 on the mound, collecting 94 strikeouts, and recording a 2.84 ERA in 2020. Cole was named to the first-ever All-MLB First Team in 2019.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Michael Conforto
The two-time Collegiate National Team alum was named to the 2020 All-MLB Second Team after accumulating 31 RBIs, 65 hits, and a .322 batting average. Conforto also recorded nine home runs throughout the shortened season.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: J.P. Crawford
The 2009 14U National Team alum earned his first career Gold Glove Award in 2020. Crawford put together a 6 DRS campaign, ranking second-best among American League shortstops this past season.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Travis d'Arnaud
The 2011 Professional National Team alum took home the Silver Slugger Award after a breakout 2020 season. D'Arnaud, held a .321 batting average with a .919 OPS while collecting nine home runs and 34 RBIs along the way.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Freddie Freeman
The 2005 16U and 2006 18U National Team alum was named the 2020 National League MVP after leading MLB in runs (51), finishing 2nd in MLB in OPS (1.102) and 2nd in the NL in average (.341), OBP (.462) and slugging (.640). He also picked up his second Silver Slugger Award, earned the 2020 Hank Aaron Award, and was named to the All-MLB First Team.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Joey Gallo
The 2011 18U National Team alum put together the best defensive season of his career in 2020 to earn his first Gold Glove Award. Gallo led all outfielders and ranked second in all of MLB with 12 defensive runs saved.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Alex Gordon
The 2004 Collegiate National Team alum picked up both a Gold and Platinum Glove Award in the final season of his career. It was the fourth Gold Glove Award in a row and eighth overall for Gordon and the second Platinum Glove Award of his career.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Trenton Grisham
The 2014 18U National Team alum earned his first Gold Glove Award after pacing all National League center fielders with 7 DRS. Grisham also ranked fourth overall in outs above average (6) in his debut season for the Padres.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Clayton Kershaw
The 2005 18U National Team alum was named to the All-MLB Second Team after going 6-2 on the mound and putting together a 2.16 ERA. In just over 58 innings, Kershaw recorded 62 strikeouts en route to his first World Series title with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Manny Machado
The 2009 18U National Team alum picked up the first Silver Slugger Award of his career and was named to the All-MLB First Team for the first time after the 2020 season. Machado's resume consisted of batting .304 with 16 homers, 47 RBIs, six stolen bases and a .950 OPS while playing in all 60 games for the Padres.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Corey Seager
The 2010 16U National Team alum was named to the All-MLB First Team after being named World Series MVP. Seager won the award unanimously after recording a .400/.556/.700 slash line with two home runs in the Los Angeles Dodgers’ six-game championship series win over the Tampa Bay Rays.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Mike Trout
The 2010 Professional National Team alum was named to the All-MLB First Team following the 2020 season. With 56 hits, 17 home runs and a .281 batting average, Trout became only the second player in MLB history to earn a spot on the First Team for the second year in a row.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Evan White
The 2016 Collegiate National Team alum picked up the first Gold Glove of his career following the 2020 season. White led all American League first basemen with seven defensive runs saved -- two more than any other AL player at the position.
2020 MLB Award-Winning Alumni: Kolten Wong
The 2009 Collegiate National Team alum secured his second Gold Glove Award in as many years in 2020. Wong's stellar defense helped lead the St. Louis Cardinals to second place in their division and a berth in the National League Wild Card Series.