The 2023 MSBL national tournament calendar is now available.  Some dates have been changed because of venue availability.  We'll see you there!

Pete Colletti and Bunny Brennan, Long Island MSBL: 60 Years of Baseball Friendship

Bunny is Pete’s lifelong friend and their baseball brotherhood started 60 years ago in Little League.  They have been teammates ever since, including their current Angel’s team. “We started in Little League, then school ball, then travel ball, and yes, even softball before we found baseball again 20 years ago,” said Colletti. (Click on the picture to read more)

How it all Began: A 35 Year Celebration of MSBL, Thomas Evans Krause, Puget Sound Senior Baseball League

Tom was named to the MSBL Hall of Fame in 2012.  He was the recipient of the MSBL Lifetime Achievement award in 2016, inducted into the MSBL Honor Roll in 2018, and most recently was MSBL’s Man of the Year in 2019. Tom's MSBL journey is well worth the read! (Click on the picture for the story)

Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium was going, going, almost gone. Old teammate helped save it

Joe Sidor and Skip Riser have been mainstays in the Ohio MSBL for decades.  On May 7, in celebration of a $5 million makeover,Thurman Munson Memorial Stadium was rededicated and extolled as a community asset safe for decades to come.  Steve Doerschuk of the Canton Repository newspaper wrote an article outlining the history of their efforts.  Sadly, Skip recently passed away but Joe continues on with the effort and forwarded us the article below. (Click on the picture)

How it all Began, a 35 Year Celebration of MSBL: Jim Durham, Columbus MSBL (Sixth in a Series)

MSBL National Hall of Fame member and Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Jim Durham has been around the block…and then back again!  With some urging by close friend John Littlejohn, Jim began playing in the newly-formed 30-over Columbus MSBL back in 1989, though he was a youngster at only 28 and turned 29 in August just in time for Arizona.  (Click on the picture)

Mike Maruszczak Crowned 2022 Detroit MSBL ‘Bowler of the Year’

This past Sunday, April 3, 2022, saw the crowning of the Detroit MSBL ‘Bowler of the Year.’  A tradition since 2018 as a means of having some indoor Michigan fun while awaiting spring, 18 hearty souls took part to claim the traveling championship trophy along with helping to raise some funds for charity. (Click on the picture)

How it all Began: A 35 Year Celebration of MSBL, Mike Juliano, Detroit MSBL (Fourth in a series)

“There was nowhere for an average amateur player to play.  That became my focus.  How can we build the league and reach all of those players?  We needed a league where anybody could play.  An over 30 league was totally unheard of at the time.  We advertised quite a bit and also relied on some positive word of mouth.” - Mike Juliano, Detroit MSBL League President (Click on the picture for the story)

Rochester Baseball League and RMSBL to Merge into One Organization for 2022 Season

Rochester, NY – With baseball season right around the corner, adult amateur baseball in the Rochester area has seen the two leagues which have been playing games for 34 years separately now merged into one organization just in time for the upcoming 2022 season.

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How it all Began: Jim Durham, Columbus MSBL (Sixth in a series)

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