ALEXANDRIA, VA – The defending champions of the Cal Ripken League, the Alexandria Aces, are ready to defend their title. Last year, they beat the Bethesda Big Train, 5-3, to bring the city its first-ever trophy.
The 2023 season begins Monday, June 5 at Frank Mann Field against the Silver Spring-Tacoma T-Bolts. See the full schedule HERE.
This year’s campaign features collaborations with local organizations that play an important role in making Alexandria a community.
“We are honored to partner with many of our finest nonprofits and local businesses who
collectively make Alexandria an exceptional place to live, work and play — to include collegiate baseball,” said Aces Owner and President President & Owner Frank Fannon “We are honored to partner with many of our finest nonprofits and local businesses who collectively make Alexandria an exceptional place to live, work and play — to include collegiate baseball. From the Alexandria Little League, Cub Scouts to the American Legion, VFW, and Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, we are extending a warm welcome to these important organizations serving our community.
“We hope to shine a spotlight on their invaluable work as they enjoy collegiate level baseball that’s convenient, nexpensive, and top-notch. Players from the Aces have gone on to play all levels of
professional baseball including major league.”
Below is the schedule of home games and sponsors.
Chris Berset returns as manager this season.
The Aces support the careers of ballplayers from colleges across the United States. The team is an affiliate of Major League Baseball.
“It is a tremendous privilege to support the baseball careers of these collegiate athletes
as Head Coach of the Alexandria Aces,” said Berset. “It is an honor and amazing
At only $5 per ticket, games are affordable and fun for the whole family.