Stevenson Showcase moves to St. Charles North

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High school baseball promoter Harvey Foster has found a new home for the Stevenson Showcase.

Harvey Foster’s annual showcase for the Chicago area’s top high school baseball prospects from the Class of 2014 begins Friday morning, but the former Stevenson Showcase will not be held at Stevenson for the first time. Foster’s two-day tournament, officially known as the Northwest Suburban Baseball Tournament, has found a new home at St. Charles North.

You can find a complete schedule and team rosters at Foster’s website. The tournament features players from the top eight conferences in Chicagoland, including the biggest conference by enrollment — the West Suburban.

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