Bravos Organization

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The Bravos Organization is a summer team and part of the Mid-Plains League (MPL) in the City of Sabetha, located in Nemaha and Brown counties in Kansas. The Mid-Plains League is a wooden bat collegiate summer baseball league that is comprised of teams with the best college players from North America and beyond.  Under the direction of Coach Edgar Santos, the Bravos baseball team features a mix of international and United States players. International players come from all reaches of the world, including and not limited to: Dominican Republic, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Mexico, Venezuela, Netherlands, Spain, and more. Host families play a prominent role in the team’s success and the Bravos are forever grateful for the partnership with the community.  

The Bravos Organization is committed to helping players improve their skills and achieve steps towards their next level of play. The Bravos Organization hires coaches with college experience for the summer. Bravo’s staff recruits college baseball all-stars from across the nation and the world toplay for the team. A typical season is between 28 and 34 games depending on league availability for teams in: Topeka, Kansas City, Baldwin City, Sabetha, Hiawatha, and Junction City. The Bravos Organization are leaders in the grassroots effort for development and education of future and current college student athletes. 

The goal is simple: showcase the skills of talented young players and offer them the opportunity to succeed. The team currently plays its home games on one of the best fields in the league, Somerset Park in Sabetha, Kansas. The team finished the 2020 season as current runner-up in the Mid-PlainsLeague. In the last two years, the Bravos and staff have manage to find 12 college scholarships for players at different colleges and universities throughout the United States. The Bravos served asthe venue for the 2017 Mid-Plains League All-Star festivities that received rave reviews from fans and sponsors of the MPL.  

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