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Mexico: It's Been A Pleasure 08/03/2015

After an amazing 2015 Cal Ripken World Series, Team Mexico will be returning home as World Champions. It was a perfect week for the them. On the field, Team Mexico played as well as any team I’ve ever witnessed. Off the field they represented their country with honor and sportsmanship. They were an excellent team to be able to cover and I am so proud of...

Puerto Rico: That’s A Wrap 08/03/2015

As the sun set on the 2015 Cal Ripken World Series, Team Puerto Rico left with smiles on their faces and plenty to be proud of. When they started their CRWS experience at Under Armour, all of the boys were a bit shy, but clearly in awe of all of the gear Under Armour had to offer and show them. That shyness quickly dissipated, and their true, fun nature was revealed. ...

Puerto Rico: Imparting Some Major League Wisdom 08/02/2015

Whether you’re born with incredible athletic talents or have to put in that extra effort, receiving the proper coaching is crucial for success. The coaching wisdom imparted on Team Puerto Rico by head coach Henry Cruz was second-to-none. Based on how the International teams were set up, Cruz didn’t get all that much time to spend with his players, but he tried to make...

Dominican Republic: Adíos Boys 08/02/2015

By: Eddie Poe My time as the Team Reporter for Team Dominican Republic has officially come to an end. Prior to tonight’s World Championship game between Team US and Team Mexico, all 18 teams said their goodbyes to the Cal Ripken World Series. Each team lined up around the edge of the infield as the awards ceremony commenced the end of an exciting week. Esmeraldo...

New England: The Boys’ Ripken Experience Inspires The Exeter Community 08/02/2015

By: Ben Strack After defying the odds to clinch a berth to the Cal Ripken World Series just two weeks ago in New Milford, Connecticut, the Exeter boys were knocked out of the Iron Bracket Thursday with a loss to Ohio Valley. But as they sat at Cal Sr.’s Yard awaiting the arrival of MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred and Cal Ripken Jr., New England manager Matt Smith...