The New Market Rebels are a collegiate summer baseball team located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. They are one of the 11 teams that comprise the Valley Baseball League (referred to as the "VBL"). The Valley Baseball League provides top tier college student-athletes the opportunity to play summer baseball against the best the nation has to offer in a wood-bat setting. The league is sanctioned by Major League Baseball and is used as an additional venue for MLB scouts to watch and evaluate promising young players. The Rebels play at Rebel Park, also home of the VBL Hall of Fame, located in New Market, Virginia. The Rebels have a long and storied history and are a source of pride for the local community. Unlike many of the teams in the VBL, which are owned and run by single investors or ownership groups, the New Market Rebels are a community owned and operated team. Beginning in 2011 all of the teams in the Valley Baseball League are operated under a non-profit status. The Rebels have been crowned Valley Baseball League Champions four times in it's history, with the first title coming to New Market in 1989. Following their first VBL Championship, the Rebels would reclaim the title in 1994, 2002, and 2018.