The 10-team World Series field is comprised of the champions of each of the eight national regions (New England, Middle Atlantic, Ohio Valley, Southeast, Midwest Plains, Southwest, Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest) as well as the Western New York State Champions and the Host Team.
Teams will be split into two divisions, National and American.
|New England ··· Midwest Plains ··· Pacific Southwest
Southeast ··· Host: Southern Tier
|Ohio Valley ··· Southwest ··· Middle Atlantic
Pacific Northwest ··· State Champion: Western New York
Each of the 10 teams in the World Series will play four round-robin style games over the first five days of play. Each team will play the other four teams in their division once. A tie in standings will be broken by head-to-head records then fewest total runs allowed.
After pool play the top three teams in each division will advance to a single elimination bracket, with the top seed in each division receiving byes.
|1||4-Aug||Ohio Valley||Middle Atlantic||12:00PM|
|3||4-Aug||WNY State Champ||Southwest||5:00PM|
|4||4-Aug||Southern Tier||Midwest Plains||7:30PM|
|6||5-Aug||New England||Pacific Southwest||2:30PM|
|7||5-Aug||Middle Atlantic||WNY State Champ||5:00PM|
|9||6-Aug||Pacific Southwest||Midwest Plains||12:00PM|
|10||6-Aug||Pacific Northwest||Middle Atlantic||2:30PM|
|11||6-Aug||WNY State Champ||Ohio Valley||5:00PM|
|12||6-Aug||Southern Tier||New England||7:30PM|
|14||7-Aug||Midwest Plains||New England||2:30PM|
|16||7-Aug||Pacific Northwest||WNY State Champ||7:30PM|
|18||8-Aug||Ohio Valley||Pacific Northwest||2:30PM|
|20||8-Aug||Pacific Southwest||Southern Tier||7:30PM|
Single Elimination Bracket