2019 Spring Season
Spring season is here, and that means the arrival of baseball games at the NTC.
The Town is excited to host a number of high school and collegiate baseball games from February to May. Highlights include the Army Baseball Classic March 1-3, DII Challenge vs. Cancer March 8-14, National High School Invitational April 3-6 and the NCAA Division II Baseball Championship June 1-8.
In addition to on-field action, the NTC will once again host the Tobacco Road Marathon on Sunday, March 17 and will partner with the Cary Citizen to offer Fest in the West on Saturday, May 4.
For a complete schedule of spring games and events, please visit the Baseball Tournaments and Events page. The NTC offers free parking and a full menu of concessions. Please note that many NTC events, including weekend showcases, have a daily admission charge at the gate.
For more information, or to learn more about bringing your game or event to the National Training Complex, please contact Chris Duty, Sports Venue Coordinator, or Ronnie Rost, Operations and Programs Supervisor.
The NTC is owned and operated by the Town of Cary. The complex features a 1,800-seat stadium, three side fields, full concession stand, and plenty of parking, all maintained at the highest standards.
We hope to see you and your family at the NTC this season to catch some fantastic baseball.
MLB and USA Baseball’s Play Ball comes to Cary!
April 6, 2019
For the first time, Major League Baseball and USA Baseball's Play Ball initiative is coming to the USA Baseball National Training Complex on Saturday, April 6 from 3:30-5 p.m. This event will provide an opportunity for youth to experience baseball in a variety of different forms in a non-competitive environment. This event is free for kids between the ages of 4-12. Each participant will receive a Play Ball T-shirt, wristband, and bat-and-ball set to take home. Registration is required and is currently open, so secure your child's spot today!
The inaugural National High School Invitational Championship Festival will immediately follow the Play Ball event. The festival will include family-friendly activities, which include games, music, a photo booth, and more! This night will also include six of the Triangle’s most popular food trucks. Play Ball participants are encouraged to stick around for the Championship Festival and the championship game of the National High School Invitational.
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