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History

All-Star Baseball Academy (ASBA), the Delaware Valley's largest organization for developing young athletes through mentoring, instruction and competition, was founded in 1998 by John Stefanik and Mike Manning, who opened the first facility (12,500 square feet) in Broomall, Pennsylvania.

After a successful five-year run in Broomall, ASBA opened the doors to its second location in West Chester, PA during 2003. The West Chester location was the first and largest indoor facility in the tri-county area with a full size playing field. The ensuing year, ASBA added another facility under its umbrella with the acquisition of a sports facility in Downingtown, PA.

In 2008, ASBA expanded once again and opened its fourth facility in Warminster-Hatboro. During that same year, ASBA relocated its Downingtown location to a larger facility.

Since 2008, the growth of ASBA has been rapid, and in late 2011, the growth prompted the organization to open its first facility in New Jersey - welcoming its new Cherry Hill location.

Over the years, ASBA has grown from a single location to a multiple-facility industry leader in the region.