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2014 Registration Information

American Legion Baseball:

Competition in 2014 is open to players born on or after January 1, 1995. Any player born in 1994 or before, is not eligible to play American Legion Baseball. 2013 High School graduates may only play for the Legion team they played for during the 2013 season. If a player is born in 1995 or 1996, that player must play in the Senior Legion Baseball program.

16-18 Y.O. Babe Ruth Baseball:

Any player born prior to May 1, 1998, and on or after January 1, 1995, will be eligible for Babe Ruth Baseball 16 – 18 division.

If there is enough interest, we will plan to have three teams - Senior American Legion: Governors, Junior American Legion: Reps, Senior Babe Ruth: Senators. Please register early!

Age

Dates

Code

16

Practice begins June 3

5309

17

Practice begins June 3

5310

18-19

Practice begins June 3

5311

Fees:

  • Governors $400

  • 16-18 Babe Ruth $400, will have option to sell raffle tickets to earn a portion of fee back

  • Each Governor's participant will also be required to sell raffle tickets

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mike Skytland at

226-0598 or  mike_skytland@bismarckschools.org

 

 

Minnesota Twins Grant Received

July 5, 2013 - The Bismarck Municipal Ballpark capital campaign fund total is $10,000 higher, thanks to a Minnesota Twins Fields for Kids grant. Bismarck Parks and Recreation District received the news this week that Minnesota Twins grant funds have been awarded to help support $1.5 million in upgrades at the ballpark.

The Twins Community Fund's Fields for Kids program provides financial support to improve baseball and/or softball facilities for youth in the Upper Midwest and Southwest Florida. The program makes matching grants to non-profit organizations and local government units that operate baseball and/or softball programs.

Renovations at the Bismarck Municipal Ballpark include a new grandstand with stadium seats, including a new press box, concessions and restrooms. Other improvements include new dugouts, improved site lines, a new entry and a historical display on baseball in Bismarck. The upgrades are scheduled to start in August.

Currently, $1,136,879 has been raised to date. Opportunities still exist for people to “Buy A Seat” at the ballpark, with details available on the park district’s website www.bisparks.org

Bismarck Municipal Ballpark Capital Campaign Information

Document Name

 

Size

Date

Baseball_Municipal_Ballpark_Masterplan.pdf 573 KB Summer 2012
Pledge_Form_Bismarck_Municipal_Ballpark.pdf 108 KB Summer 2012
Buy_A_Seat_Municipal_Ballpark.pdf 272 KB Fall 2012

Minnesota Twins Night at the Ballpark

Special thanks to Minnesota Twins President and Bismarck native Dave St. Peter and the Minnesota Twins for their continued support of Bismarck American Legion Baseball!

The Road to Omaha

BGovs players pose with

'The Road to Omaha' sculpture in front of TD Ameritrade Ballpark - home of the College World Series in Omaha, NE. The BGovs are in Omaha playing in the Decker College World Series Tournament June 19-23.

 

BGovs finish pool play with a record of 3-2, tie Aurora, CO and Wisconsin All-Stars for best record in the pool. The Wisconsin All-Stars win the tie breaker and advance to the championship round of the tournament.

 
 

 

 

 

SuperTalk 1270 AM Radio will be broadcasting all Mandan Chiefs-Bismarck Governors regular season match-ups live. If you can't make it out to the ballpark, tune your radio to SuperTalk 1270 or listen online at www.supertalk1270.com.

 
BGovs Alumni Playing College Baseball in 2013-14

Alex Bray

North Dakota

State University

Alex Deyle

University of Mary

Travis Famias

University of Mary

Jonathan Feist

Northern State

University

Alec Grothe

Minot State University

Sam Ingemansen

University of Mary

Hunter Johnson

University of

Central Missouri

Erik Peterson

University of Jamestown

Zach Schuchard

University of Mary 

 Hunter Walsh

Kansas City Kansas Community College

Shane Wolf

Bismarck State College

Austin Zorn

Minot State University

Q: Why does it take longer to get from second base to third base than it does from first base to second base? A: Because there is a shortstop in between. :)

 

DID YOU KNOW?:

 

A baseball player would have to smack 382 dingers for his home run trots to equal a marathon.

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