2021 MSBL National Hall of Fame Inductee: Don Etheridge, West Metro Atlanta MSBL
69-year-old Don Etheridge started the West Metro Atlanta MSBL in 2005 after beginning to play in the Atlanta MSBL in 1996. Attorney Don and his wife Dalby live in nearby Smyrna, Georgia. For his many years of dedication and leadership, MSBL Founder and President Steve Sigler has inducted Don into the 2021 class of the MSBL National Hall of Fame.
2021 MSBL World Series Hall of Fame Inductee: Billy Jacobs, USA Volkers
"I am truly grateful to Steve Sigler for his foresight in realizing the potential that MSBL had from the earliest days and creating the World Series, the most fun-filled and competitive annual experience that most of us old ballplayers look forward to." - Billy Jacobs
2021 Brewers ‘Walk-off’ for Central Alabama Championship
"The Brewers had a great season. We started off going 0-3 only to finish the year with a 13-5 record including the playoffs. The championship game was one for the ages. Our guys showed up and played hard every game and I could not be more proud of our team!" Pat Swinsick, Brewers manager
Longtime Sacramento MSBL Member and National Tournament Participant John Daly Passes Away
"John Daly was a very talented player in this league and a stable every year in the MSBL World Series in Phoenix, Fall Classic in Florida, Desert Classic in Palm Springs, and the two Vegas tournaments." - Alan Van Ness, Sacramento League President
North Texas Amateur Baseball League Raises Over $35,000 to Benefit Scottish Rite for Children
On August 29th, the North Texas Amateur Baseball League (NTABL) and its non-profit foundation held their 10th Annual Charity All-Star Games benefiting Scottish Rite for Children. The event went off amazingly. The Scottish Rite medical team treats kids regardless of their ability to pay.
Montebello Angels Win 45+ Division of Inaugural MSBL ‘Beat the Heat’ Labor Day Tournament in Irvine, California
Led by Chris Hill, the Angels started off strong with four runs in the first inning, but the Padres responded with three runs in the bottom of the inning. Hill hung on strong and threw a gem for the remainder of the game, only allowing one additional run in the ninth inning, making the final score 16-4.