Your only true tournament home for A to AA teams to play similar competition. We are the BEST TOURNAMENT ORGANIZATION for this level as others now try to imitate us.
Other tournament organizations offer A to AA, American or National brackets, but if they do not fill up, therefore your team is grouped you with AAA-Major brackets. We verify all teams through GameChanger, social media, Travel Baseball Central, and other search engines to ensure A to AA travel baseball teams have a fair playing field. Others say they do, but don’t.
Based on our growth, RBI Tournaments now offers Saturday Series, Open Series and Cooperstown Series for all levels of Travel. Our core A to AA tournaments will continue to be offered each weekend during the season.
ALL STAR TEAMS
For All-Star Tournaments, we cater to A, B and C all-star teams through our scheduling preferences.
When signing up, we make every effort to group the “A” teams in separate bracket play as well as group “B/C” teams together based on total enrollments.
Our tournaments make every effort to work with all-start teams with their schedules, level of play and designed the reules to accommodate all leagues such as Dizzy Dean, Dixie Youth, Little League and Cal Ripken. You cannot find any tournament that will work with teams in this manner.
We are the only ones to split into Gold and Silver brackets with 10 teams in an age group.
5U, 6U and 7U teams receive 12-inch trophies for 1st place and 11-inch for 2nd place along with team plaques. 8U and above receive RBI Tournament rings and team plaques. Our world series champs wear the belts.
Our mission is to offer quality, affordable travel and all-star tournaments while providing your team a competetive experience. Through our dedication of providing an enjoyable family-style event, we strive to give each team the opportunity to contend in all of our tournaments.
WHO WE ARE
RBI Tournaments has quickly become the fastest growing baseball tournament organization in Georgia. Our service, dedication and willingness to listen to our customers that consists of the players, coaches and parents sets us aside compared to the competition. We are always innovative, looking at ways to improve, so much that our competition has taken notice and attempts to replicate our efforts. RBI Tournaments will expand it’s footprint in 2021 by adding more site locations, tournament options, new technological advances that will make your decision easy when choosing your tournament destination.
MEET THE TEAM
Greg Blitz is originally from Montgomery, AL and a graduate from Auburn University Montgomery School of Business and graduate of Faulkner University’s Masters of Business program. Greg’s passion has always been baseball from playing in High School to coaching Rec, All Stars and Travel baseball. In 2007, Greg was elected President of Central Park Athletic Association booster club after previously serving in various other roles on the board. As the booster club president, Greg volunteered to assist in the 2nd Annual Bulldog Bash where he first learned the behind the scenes of running baseball tournaments. While coaching both of his boys simultaneously in baseball tournaments, Greg decided to host a tournament where both sons could play in, but offer a quality experience for teams on the same playing level. Thus the beginning of RBI Tournaments. Today, Greg is helping grow RBI Tournaments into one of the fastest tournament organizations in the Southeast and in addition, also volunteers for many youth organizations and charities.
Gary is a native of North GA who played baseball locally as youth and as an adult. Gary has a great passion for baseball and youth sports, and has volunteered in Parks and Recreation programs over over a decade as a parent volunteer, coach, and booster club leader. A business background in technology has forwarded him the opportunity to build relationships with many people and organizations that help RBI Tournaments operate as one of the best tournament groups around. 10 years of personal experience running tournaments from his early days of volunteering for the CPAA booster club, from operating our annual Bulldog Bash to his pre-RBI stint managing North Forsyth Tournaments. Managing baseball tournaments has become a second career for Gary and puts every effort where each team experiences great fun, and enjoyable time when playing with RBI Tournaments.
Native of Oakwood, GA, Jason played college baseball as a catcher for University of West Georgia and ultimately graduating from Gainesville College. Jason has been officiating baseball, football and basketball over 20 years and in 2021, partnered with RBI Tournaments as the Lead Umpire responsible for staffing, recruiting and training of umpires. Jason’s passion is sports such as coaching travel baseball to giving catching lessons, however family is everything as he is the proud parent of son that is a veteran of the US Army and a daughter that is “daddy’s little princess”.