Puget Sound MSBL World Series Player Maggie Gallagher Breaks Barriers
Maggie Gallagher is a former University of Washington Softball player. She will also be playing at the 25+ Washington Rangers in the MSBL World Series from October 20-24. Maggie joined the Puget Sound Senior Baseball League (PSSBL) as the first female to General Manage and play in the highest division with former minor leaguers and collegiate athletes. (Click on the picture for her story)
2021 MSBL Co-Man of the Year: Mike Juliano, Detroit MSBL
Mike is the consummate organizer and professional on and off the field and because of his league standing within the MSBL community, along with his long years of building a place for players to keep living their dream, MSBL Founder and President Steve Sigler has selected Mike as the 2021 MSBL Co-Man of the Year.
HC Phillies Capture ‘Three-Peat’ in 25+ Division of Indiana Baseball League
The HC Phillies completed the ‘3-Peat’ by defeating the Circle City Stealth 16-4 in the 2021 Indiana Baseball League MSBL Championship! Eric Teall led the Phillies by going 4 for 5 with four RBI at the plate while also tossing a complete game gem with 15 K’s!
2021 MSBL National Hall of Fame Inductee: Joe Townsend, Puget Sound Senior Baseball League
“I have been fortunate enough to have been on five different MSBL World Series championship teams with different teams and in different age divisions,” stated Joe. Because of Joe’s accomplishments, expertise, drive, and dedication, MSBL Founder and President Steve Sigler has inducted Joe into the 2021 class of MSBL National Hall of Fame.
2021 MSBL World Series Hall of Fame Inductee: Robert Oskin, Montebello Angels
"When Steve Sigler called me saying I was getting inducted into the MSBL World Series Hall of Fame, it came as a shock. I wasn’t expecting that at all. With all those teams out there and running such a huge organization, I was really honored to receive the award. I feel Steve runs such a great organization." Robert Oskin
Dragons Dethrone Jazz for First Redwood Empire 65+ Championship
It took three seasons, but the Dragons finally knocked off the perennial champion Jazz for the 2021 Redwood Empire Baseball League 65+ championship. For the third consecutive season the two evenly matched teams slugged it out; it took 27 innings in one weekend for the Dragons to wrestle the title from the Jazz.