The opening ceremonies for the 2019 Centex Series will be held this coming Friday Night (May 31st) at the Dell Diamond.
Gates will open at 5:45 pm.
Each team will have a packet of 24 tickets available for pick up at a table located near the main entrance behind home plate. Individual tickets will not be distributed at the table so one (1) person from each team will need to pick up the tickets for their whole team and hand them out to their team members.
Once inside players should assemble under the scoreboard located in left field. From there the players and coaches will escorted down behind center field and onto the field for the parade. Players will exit the field through the same entrance that they entered the field. The parade will begin at 6:05 pm so it is imperative that the players be out in the vicinity of the scoreboard no later than 6:05 pm to be part of the parade. Once the parade is completed player will be on their own to enjoy the game with friends, teammates and family.
All tickets provided to the teams as part of their Centex registration will be outfield grass tickets.
For those requiring additional tickets to the game a coupon code is now active for additional lawn tickets Friday night.
Navigate to www.rrexpress.com/may31 and enter coupon code: CENTEX
This will get everyone access to $6 lawn tickets.
The final information and rules document for the 2019 Centex Classic Series is available.
Download the 2019 Information and Rules (FINAL).
The managers' meeting for the 2019 Centex Classic Series will be held tonight at 6:30 pm at the Baca Center.
The Centex Classic Series is a series for baseball tournaments created especially to provide All Star Style tournament play to recreational level youth baseball players in the central Texas Area.
Recognizing that there was no real option for the large majority of recreational level baseball players who wanted to play summer All Star style baseball. Sixteen years ago a group of volunteers decided to create a system of tournaments that would provide just such an experience for the youth of Central Texas.
From its humble beginnings in 2000 where a few teams from 4 local associations competed, organized and run by an all volunteer committee and all volunteer coaches, it has grown to the point where this year some 70+ teams from all of the central Texas area will come to compete and enjoy the game of baseball.
If you see incorrect information or require information that has not yet been updated, please contact your league's Centex committiee representitive.