The 2021 Baseball Factory’s All-American Game
KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Kauffman Stadium, home of the Kansas City Royals, proved to be the perfect host for the Baseball Factory All-America Game on Saturday, September 25th. The game, once again, showcased forty of the top high school players in the country, and they did not disappoint!
The American Team, with such players as Elijah Green (@ elijah._.green) and Tucker Toman (@tuckertoman35), faced The National Team, featuring Druw Jones (@25.druwjones), Termarr Johnson (@termarrrr) and other top prospects. In the end it was the National Team who came out victorious 11-6. Druw Jones earned the MVP award 2-4 with 3 runs batted in.
In addition to the game itself, Baseball Factory also hosted their signature Homerun Derby. Kauffman Stadium was playing big, but Jayson Jones (@jjones.1316) secured the win, hitting four homers through the incoming breeze in the final round.
As always, the event included a workout in addition to the game, giving players the opportunity to show their skills in front of the large turnout of scouts. The Royals opened up their Urban Youth Academy for the workout. “The Baseball Factory has helped countless players through the years and they represent everything that is good about our game,” said Dayton Moore, Royals Executive Vice President/General Manager. “The Kansas City Royals are proud to host this very special event for the players and their families.”
Huge thank you to Baseball Factory Sponsors and Partners: Under Armour, Gatorade, Bruce Bolt, Just Bats, Routine, K-Motion, Dick’s Sporting Goods, TrackMan, Topps, Diamond Kinetics, and Baseball America. Their presence felt by the athletes and the event attendees.
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