The Rhode Island Rays are an AAU charter baseball team with divisions from 9U to 14U. Over the many years of covering RI AAU Baseball, I have gotten to know some of the outstanding coaches and talented players who are part of the Rays Baseball Club. Many North Kingstown/Wickford Little Leaguers have played for the Rays and have enjoyed not only the local games, but tournaments throughout New England, New York, and Florida.
I saw a recent post on the RI Rays Facebook page regarding a charity golf tournament for their 14U division. The post read “The Road to Ft. Myers” meaning Ft. Myers, Florida so I emailed Jim Agnew, who has been sharing posts with me about the RI Rays for years now. Jim sent me the PDF document of the upcoming fundraiser golf tournament. The tournament will be held on Saturday, June 5th at Laurel Lane Country Club in West Kingston. There are registration opportunities for single players or foursomes. Here is a snapshot of the flyer which includes pricing and contact information for registering:
Jim then directed me to the Perfect Game Tournament page for more information. I am a “FAN” of the RI Rays 14U club on GameChanger, so I looked up their schedule and there it was. June 26 through July 1st – PG Ft Myers Tournament. On the Perfect Game Tournament page for that weekend is the 2021 14U BCS National Championship Tournament. There amongst the 90 or so baseball teams scheduled to compete is the 14U Rhode Island Rays Baseball Club. Oh, by the way, they are playing at Jet Blue Park, Ft. Myers, FL, Spring Training home of the Boston Red Sox. Very cool. You can read more about the tournament by clicking this link – PG 14U BCS Ft Myers.
If you would like to participate in the 2021 RI Rays 14U “Road to Ft Myers Golf Tournament”, click the link in caption section below the team flyer above. This will take you to the RI Rays webpage where you can find out more information about registering to play in the golf tournament, as well as more about the RI Rays baseball club. Having visited Jet Blue Park and all of their baseball fields several times myself, I can honestly say that this experience will be incredible for these players and their families.