Found November 06, 2012 on
From Press Release
The Golden State Collegiate Baseball League (GSCBL) entering into its first year of operation has 7 highly competative teams for the 2013 season.
The GSCBL is committed to bringing a first class wooden bat baseball experience to every franchises local community. We exist to advance collegiate baseball prospects towards their futures of becoming a professional baseball player, while providing them the structure and guidance to return to their respective colleges. In addition it’s a goal of the league to present a wholesome, safe family oriented atmosphere for fans to enjoy high level competition by athletes who exhibit a positive role model for children in the community.
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