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2022 Raffle Winners

Congratulations to the winners of our 2022 Austin All-Stars raffle:

1st ($500) - Kevin Murphy
2nd ($300) - R. Overocker
3rd ($200) - Marlene Johnson
4th ($100) - Cyrstal Johnsen
5th ($50) - Luke Rye
6th ($50) - Patti Pulsifer

We appreciate everyone that supported this fundraising effort by buying a ticket from your favorite All-Star.



Austin All Stars Youth Baseball

Based in Austin, Minnesota, our All Stars organization is setup for area youth, age 14 and under, to compete in baseball tournaments throughout the Midwest.  Each year our organization hosts baseball tournaments in Austin that are enjoyable, run with certified umpiring, low cost concessions, reasonable team entry fees, on excellent fields that are re-chalked and dragged after each game and have no gate fees.


*TRYOUTS WILL BE AT TODD PARK SOUTH*

**No All Stars gear is allowed at tryouts. If you come with anything that has All Stars on it we will ask that you leave to change and come back. This will be enforced**

***If you unsure what age you should be trying out for please see the break down that is taken from the organizations we play in; Gopher State Baseball League, MBT, and MSF***

10u Born on or after May 1st, 2012

11u Born on or after May 1st, 2011

12u Born on or after May 1st, 2010

13u Born on or after May 1st, 2009

14u Born on or after May 1st, 2008

If there are any questions regarding tryout please contact me directly, Jennifer Duholm at jenn_maries@hotmail.com or (507) 438-5731.


2023 Austin All Stars Home Tournaments

Tournament Info:   TBD

 

 

 


NEW BAT REGULATIONS 2022

NEW MBL/MBT Bat Standards

MBT bats: https://bz-mbl.s3.amazonaws.com/file-manager-uploads/2022_MBT_Qualifiers_RULEs.pdf

For the 2022 MBL/MBT seasons, MBL/MBT will allow the use of both USA and USSSA approved stamped bats in our leagues as well as in tournament play. The decision is in part to simplify the rules and regulations in both league and tournament play in Minnesota and western Wisconsin.  The following bat regulations will be in place:

Bats - The following pertains to the legality of bats in the MBL/MBT for the upcoming Fall and 2022 seasons.

9-11 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part: 2 1/4", 2 1/2”, 2 5/8” or 2 ¾”   with UNLIMITED weight differential and a USSSA or USA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards.

12-13 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part:  2 1/4" or less with UNLIMITED weight differential and a USSSA or USA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards.
12-13 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part: 2 1/2", 2 5/8”, or 2 ¾” barrel with minus 10 weight differential or less and a USSSA or USA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards.

14 year olds-    Maximum diameter at the thickest part:   2 3/4" or less barrel with  maximum minus 5 weight differential or less with USSSA or USA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards. (This includes 14/15A Division)

In length:…………………………...36" or less

WOOD BATS ALLOWED AT ALL AGES

MSF bat standards 

Bats: 10-12 year old teams:

Bats must:

1) have the 1.15 BPF (USSSA) or USABat stamp; or

2) have a BBCOR (National Federation) stamp; or

3) be a wooden bat

13-15 year old teams:

Bats must: 1) have the USABat stamp; or 2) have a BBCOR (National Federation) stamp; or 3) be a wooden bat

PENALTY: 1st Offense: Batter is declared out, runners return to previously occupied base, batter is ejected from the game. 2nd Offense (either by same batter or same team): Team is disqualified from tournament play.

Find the new regulations for MSF here: https://msf1.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/2021-YBA-Playing-Rules-7_20_21.pdf

If you decide to purchase a bat, please ensure the USA or USSSA sticker is on the bat.

 


Austin's 4th of July Parade

All Ages of Austin All Stars Baseball players are welcome to support the club in the 4th of July parade by handing out candy and wearing their All Stars gear.

 


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