ABCA Customer Service Numbers


Staff Directory And Contact Information Of ABCA


Region | PurposeService Phone Number
General Number: +1 336-821-3140
Craig Keilitz - Executive Director (336) 821-3145
Juahn Clark - Director Of Exhibits And Branding (336) 821-3143
Jon Litchfield - Communications & Business Coordinator (336) 821-3142
Zach Haile - Membership & Convention Coordinator (336) 821-3144
Cory Harpin - Director Of Corporate Partnerships (336) 821-3141
Jeremy Sheetinger - College Division Liaison (336) 821-3146
Matt West - Intern (336) 821-3147
National Office Phone (336) 821-3140
National Office Fax: (336) 886-0000
Registration 1 (888) 733-8556
For International Registrants (240) 439-2956
Technical Support (877) 796-1325

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  • Basic Overview


    ABCA is fully know as the American Baseball Coaches Association. In 1945, a gathering of school baseball mentors assembled in New York City to plan thoughts for the advancement and change of the university diversion. Mentor Eppy Barnes, Colgate University, and mentor Joe Bedenk, Pennsylvania State University, started the thought that school baseball required association and heading. Preceding 1945, a review uncovered that one and only third of the more than 600 universities were playing baseball. More than 140 mentors reacted to the review favoring the development of a school baseball drilling association.