Baseball NSW

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Baseball NSW is the governing body of baseball within New South Wales (NSW). Baseball NSW is governed by the Australian Baseball Federation. It is located in Rooty Hill in Greater Western Sydney, and is based at Blacktown Olympic Park.[1]

Baseball NSW is responsible for selecting the NSW Patriots team to compete in the Claxton Shield; an annual, national baseball competition currently contested between the five mainland states of Australia. It governs all levels of baseball in the state, and directly runs the NSW Major League, considered to be the top level of competition in the state and the source of the majority of Australian-based players selected for the NSW Patriots.

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  1. ^ "State Associations". Australian Baseball Federation. Archived from the original on 14 July 2009. Retrieved 22 July 2009. 

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