2020 MSBL/MABL Coronavirus Impacted League Startup Update: NO updates for Tuesday, April 7th
NO updates for Tuesday, April 7th: As leagues are faced with the ultimate delay to the start of their MSBL seasons because of the coronavirus pandemic, we decided to post start-up dates with our members across the country. (Click on the picture)
MSBL in conjunction with the Southern Colorado MSBL and Marucci Sports presents ‘The Show’ PS4 Tournament!
The cost is free and games are weekly with an end of season tournament. Game schedules can be adjusted based on feedback from team managers. Initially, games are to be played by Wednesday night and Sunday night each week. HERE are the up to date standings!
Important Message from MSBL Founder and President Steve Sigler
“This temporary pause to our MSBL/MABL seasons has given us the opportunity to highlight the amazing stories of our members from across the country. Now we would like to focus on those on the front lines in our battle against CV-19." (For the rest of the story please click picture)
David Coveney, Father of Boston MSBL League President Jeff, Passes Away Due to Complications from COVID-19 Virus
Jeff Coveney is the league president of the Boston MSBL. His dad, David, passed away on April 4th from complications from the COVID-19 virus. Click on the picture to read Jeff's tribute to his father.
Welcome West Michigan MABL, Holland, Michigan
Mike Hughes is the 64 year ‘young’ baseball fanatic who is also know as the league president of the newly formed West Michigan MABL located in Holland, Michigan. Only cleats, no wooden shoes, are allowed and four teams are ready to suit up for the upcoming 2020 inaugural season!
Ralph Caputo Survives the Virus at Capital District (NY) MSBL
"While shivering under three blankets from March 15th-21st and trying to fight this Viral Menace (I refuse to call it by its proper name) I thought about two things: my wife Sue and how to protect her from this unforeseen hurricane, and am I going to be able to bounce back to play ball?" Ralph Caputo
Joel Cuellar Stays Focused with the Help of His Family in the Austin Metro Baseball League
Joel Cuellar lives in Austin, Texas and plays in the Austin Metro Baseball League with his 22-year old son Aaron. Joel participates in the 18+, 30+ and 40+ divisions where he has played for the past five or six years.
Here is a quote from Rick Cantor, President of the Redwood Empire Baseball League
"In times of crisis, people look to and need support, to feel like they are part of something that is bigger then themselves. They also need to feel like they have a connection to normalcy, a foundation that gives them hope and optimism that their life can return to normal as soon as possible. I think the local and national community of baseball and the MSBL very much provides that to its members, being that baseball is such a large part of their life. I think all of that helps strengthen the bond between the MSBL and its members."