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2020 Armed Forces SlugFest


Zombie  Apocalypse  SlugFest

October 5 & 6, 2019

9U, 10U, 11U, 12U & 13U

Limited Spots available

$600, 3GG

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2020 Armed Forces SlugFest - June 6 & 7; June 13 & 14

June 6 & 7:  9U, 11U, 13U, 15U, & 17U

June 13 & 14: 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U, & 17U/18U/19U/Legion

We are hosting 2 day weekend tournament to Honor our Armed Forces.

2 games of Pool play on Saturday and single elimination on Sunday.

2 Championship Brackets for most age groups. Some will have 3 brackets.

9U & 10U play on 46/60

11U & 12U play on 50/70

13U & Older plays on 60/90

12U and younger; All games will be Central Maryland.

14U & 15U will play in the Martinsburg, WV area. Your playing area will remain the same for the entire weekend. (Not necessarily the same field)

All other 13U and older games will be in Frederick Central Maryland.

Team classification at registration determines brackets for most.

3 games minimum (weather permitting)

Your total cost is $650. We provide 2 umpires and baseballs for ALL games.

Military Theme team trophies for 1st place and runner-up.
Individual awards are Military issue dog tags for 1st place and runner-ups.

No team goes home empty handed. Tournament pins for players and coaches. (15 per team)


Registration link is on the upper ride side of webpage.

PAYMENT DUE when age group is full or April 1st.

Your spot is not guaranteed until registration fee is paid. 

Director has right to refuse entry to any team. 

Please contact me with any questions.

Frank LeClair
GySgt USMC(Retired)
Armed Forces SlugFest Tournament Director

Registration link on the upper right side of this page.






The Fallen Soldier Battle Cross, Battlefield Cross or Battle Cross is a symbolic replacement of a cross, or marker appropriate to an individual service-member's religion, on the battlefield or at the base camp for a service member who has been killed. It is made up of the service member's rifle stuck into the ground or into their boots, with helmet on top. Dog tags are sometimes placed on the rifle, and the boots of the dead service member can be placed next to the rifle. The purpose is to show honor and respect for the dead at the battle site. The practice started during or prior to the American Civil War, as a means of identifying the bodies on the battleground before removal. Today, it is a means of showing respect for the dead amongst the still living members of the unit. It is commonly seen in the field or base camp after a battle, especially among American troops in Afghanistan or Iraq. While it is used less today as a means of identification, it still serves as a method of mourning among the living, as attending the funeral is not always possible for service members still in combat.