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AABC CONNIE MACK NEW YORK QUALIFIER RESULTS
AA DBATS ROSE     5        NY NINE    2 NEXT LEVEL TITANS 
6    CT BOMBERS  4 NL TITANS  1    NY NINE 0 DBATS ROSE 3    CT
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** American Amateur Baseball Congress **

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The *American Amateur Baseball Congress* (AABC) is an amateur baseball
organization in the United States for players from sub-teens through
adults.^[1] Founded in 1935, it coordinates its programs with USA Baseball
and the American Baseball Coaches Association.^[1] AABC has eight (8)
age-range divisions in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and Canada. There are also
five (5) single-age divisions: 9's, 11's, 13's, 15's, and 17's.^[2]^[3] In
some leagues, however, all divisions are age-range and none are single-age.

*Contents*

· 1 History
· 2 Divisions
· 3 World Series

· 3.1 Stan Musial World Series
· 3.2 Connie Mack World Series
· 3.3 Don Mattingly World Series
· 3.4 Mickey Mantle World Series
· 3.5 Ken Griffey Jr World Series
· 3.6 Sandy Koufax 14U World Series
· 3.7 Sandy Koufax 13S World Series
· 3.8 Pee Wee Reese World Series
· 3.9 Gil Hodges World Series
· 3.10 Willie Mays World Series
· 3.11 Jackie Robinson World Series
· 3.12 Roberto Clemente World Series
· 3.13 Rod Carew World Series

· 4 Regions
· 5 State leagues
· 6 See also
· 7 References
· 8 External links

Under the AABC, each league has at least four (4) teams, each of which
plays at least six (6) league games.^[1] Each league's winner goes on to
state-tournament play. The winner of each state tournament goes to regional
play and from there to the world series.^[1]

*History[edit]*

/See footnote/^[4]

AABC's 75th annual meeting was held on October 30, 2010, in San Antonio,
Texas.^[5]

*Divisions[edit]*

/See footnote^[6]/

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