What To Bring


What to Bring... Your Must Haves!

  • A positive attitude
  • Good sportsmanship
  • BAT RESTRICTIONS WILL NOT BE IN EFFECT” Bring the bat of your choice (ALL AGES)
  • Cleats (10u-12u wear molded cleats. 13u-15u may wear metal cleats)
  • 2 or more (SOLID) white pants and 2 or more (SOLID) grey pants. NO PIPING OR DESIGNS
  • Black belt
  • All black BASEBALL socks (Mandatory), Unless you purchase our Caribbean Classic stirrups.
  • Protective cup (Mandatory for catchers)
  • Batting Helmet
  • Bat bag with identification on it
  • Batting gloves
  • Sunglasses (not required but highly suggested)
  • Pack your prescriptions and medications with instructions for coaches.
  • Sunscreen and normal toiletries.
  • Swim trunks and sandals
  • Spending money on activities/shopping/etc., based on what you feel is appropriate for your child/family to spend.
  • Forms filled out and ready for registration

What We Provide Each Player

  • A safe and positive experience to play in a competitive and unique baseball tournament
  • Jerseys and hat
  • Transportation to and from all Cepeda events in the Dominican Republic.
  • Lodging at a 4-star hotel
  • Delicious and authentic food from the island. All meals provided (all inclusive hotel).
  • Opening and closing ceremonies
  • Fields with covered stadium seating, clean restrooms and snack bars with local flare.

Moire Packing Ideas

Ideas On What To Pack for the Dominican Republic

Year-round sun and hot weather can really do a number on your skin, especially if you're not used to the heat. Use it, even if you don't plan to visit the beach.

Bathing suit
With so many beautiful beaches to choose from along with the hotel's awesome pool, you don't want to miss out on the fun just because you forgot your suit.

Light clothes
After a day of baseball or sightseeing, you'll be glad you packed those cotton items.

Comfortable shoes
Comfortable shoes mean happy feet. And happy feet equals a great vacation.

Bug repellent
Protect yourself from unpleasant mosquito bites, especially if you plan on visiting the El Yunque rainforest or doing outdoor activities.

Rain gear
Bring an umbrella or poncho to keep you dry. The tropical climate is very unpredictable and it can start raining out of the blue.

Protect your most precious body part from the sun's rays. It also keeps you cooler.

Dress clothes
Even though the overall dress code is casual 24/7, some nightclubs, bars, restaurants, and shows require more formal attire.

They protect your feet from the hot sand and wash off easily when it's time to go.