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ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – The Texas Premiere baseball tournament continues in Albuquerque through Sunday morning, with high school players having the opportunity to play in front of college scouts. More than 30 teams from several states compete against each other, which has resulted in a major tourism surge for the Albuquerque area.
“They’re here for five days, they spend money in Albuquerque, in motels, at gas stations, in restaurants, they go into tourism. I mean, the money this tournament is bringing to Albuquerque is phenomenal,” said Rio Rancho -Baseball coach Ron Murphy.