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Tournament Brackets Announced!

Good Luck to all teams this weekend as we wrap-up the 2013 season!


The 2013 Champs:

Coming Soon!

 

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The Athletes' Code of Conduct
I recognize that being a member of the community carries with it responsibilities and rewards, and that as an athlete in the community, I must not only embrace those responsibilities, but also conduct myself both on and off the playing field in a way which exhibits respect for myself and others. I therefore resolve to conduct myself with dignity as an athlete and as a citizen of the community, recognizing and accepting that I: must accept accountability for my behavior and its outcomes, must honor my obligations and promises, must exercise self-control, must be willing to be fair with others in my dealings on and off the playing field, must take pride in myself and my accomplishments, but never at the expense of demeaning another person or group, must respect the efforts of others, must respect authority, must play by the spirit, not just the letter, of the rules of the game and the rules of life, must strive to make my community - whether that be the team on which I play or the community in which I live - better because of my contributions as a member and as a citizen.

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Congratulations to Dan Eash for his induction to the Hall of fame... check out this link to see his speech     http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=1262836&o=all&op=1&view=all&subj=250797096602&aid=-1&id=732288168#!/video/video.php?v=1358487010301&oid=250797096602

 

Interested Players
Men that are 18 years and older who are interested in participating in the Fort Wayne MSBL/MABL should email the FWMSBL here. Interested teams will then contact you if/as they need players or you will be contacted to participate in a possible spring draft. Please leave your name, contact information, and playing positions. Please also include the words "interested player" in the subject line.  League play begins in April/May and continues through September.

The Athletes' Code of Conduct
I recognize that being a member of the community carries with it responsibilities and rewards, and that as an athlete in the community, I must not only embrace those responsibilities, but also conduct myself both on and off the playing field in a way which exhibits respect for myself and others. I therefore resolve to conduct myself with dignity as an athlete and as a citizen of the community, recognizing and accepting that I: must accept accountability for my behavior and its outcomes, must honor my obligations and promises, must exercise self-control, must be willing to be fair with others in my dealings on and off the playing field, must take pride in myself and my accomplishments, but never at the expense of demeaning another person or group, must respect the efforts of others, must respect authority, must play by the spirit, not just the letter, of the rules of the game and the rules of life, must strive to make my community - whether that be the team on which I play or the community in which I live - better because of my contributions as a member and as a citizen.

MSBL

2013 Season Tournament

Scheduled for Aug. 24th & 25th

 

 Report Results

 

 FW Rangers strong in Chicago
 FW Rangers heading to Florida Fall Classic
 FW Cardinals heading to Florida Fall Classic
 Local players head to Arizona World Series
 Officials strike back
 FWMSBL announces tournament format
 14th season of baseball begins
 League finds its new home on the web



 1939
Lou Gehrig is elected to the Hall of Fame. The five-year waiting rule is waived after the 'Iron Horse' is diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

 1951
Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees announced his retirement. Playing in only 116 games during the 1951 season, "Joe D" batted a mediocre .263 with a mere 12 home runs. The Hall of Famer ended his career with a batting average of .325 and 361 home runs. DiMaggio passed up the chance to play the 1952 season for a potential salary of $100,000.


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