Curious about the "Best in the USSSA Baseball" book? Unless you are familiar with USSSA baseball, you may wonder what the “Best in USSSA Baseball Book” is all about. Here is a brief overview of the association and the book that it publishes.
What is the USSSA? USSSA is an acronym for the United States Specialty Sports Association. The USSSA develops programs that allow teams of various skill levels to play against each other. According to their official website, “USSSA believes the overall development of all players can be enhanced by the experience and fun of national tournament play.”
What are the USSSA baseball classification levels? The national association offers programs for four different levels of baseball, and state directors determine the actual classifications. The Major Division includes the top competitive teams in the United States. “Middle of the pack” competitive teams form the AAA Division. Both the Major and AAA programs conclude with a World Series event. The AA Division includes teams that have “restricted rosters, drafted players, or play at the recreation level.” The A Division consists only of teams in recreational leagues.
What is “The Best in USSSA Baseball” book? “The Best in USSSA Baseball” is a book that is published annually by Chancellor Publications, Inc. Since 1998, CPI has published a variety of sports-oriented books, including special editions that honor outstanding athletes in organizations like Little League Baseball and the Babe Ruth League. According to the Chancellor Publications website, CPI is a member of the “National Council of Youth Sports” and the “Better Business Bureau of Southeast Florida.”
Who does "The Best in USSSA Baseball” book honor? CPI created “The Best in USSSA Baseball” to honor the most exceptional players in USSSA baseball. Only players who contribute at the most competitive levels in the sport are selected for this honor. USSSA players who have distinguished themselves in the sport are selected for inclusion in the annual publication, which features their personal profiles and photographs.