On Saturday, week two of the United States Fastpitch Association World Series came to a close, with Championship games taking the field. Combined with week one's 250-plus teams, this year's USFA World Series is the second largest in the 12 year history of the organization. Every year, the two week long World Series brings over $10-million dollars to the local economy, and attracts teams from across the country.
USFA National Director John Cain saying that this year's World Series has flown by, and he's already looking forward to next summer.
"It's been 12 years and the funny thing about it is that we get better every year," said Cain Saturday. "That's kind of the advantage of coming to the same place year after year is that everybody that works with us learns how to do a good tournament. It's a good product, a good venue, and a good location. It all adds up to a really good event."