Ohio Association - American Amateur Baseball Congress
American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC) is the largest amateur baseball organization in the United States for players above junior baseball
age and the only amateur baseball program, which provides progressive and continuous organized competition - sub teens through adults. It is
coordinated with other programs through USA Baseball and the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Founded in 1935, it is now composed of seven (7) different age divisions in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada. Play is also conducted in four (4) single age divisions; 9's, 11's, 13's and 15's.
The American Amateur Baseball Congress operates under a league concept as opposed to an all star concept. A league is composed of at least six (6) teams playing a minimum of six (6) league games. The winner of each league advances on to state tournament play. The winner from the state tournament advances on to regional play and from there to the world series.