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Baseball Diamond Club Dinner
The 3rd Annual Mounds View Baseball Diamond Club Dinner will be held on Sunday, January 25 at Kozlak's Royal Oaks Restaurant. This year's event features Bert Blyleven as the keynote speaker -- and of course, the always fabulous silent auction! See the program flyer for additional information, including how to order your tickets today!
Tri-City Baseball a
Focus in Star Tribune Story
A story appeared in the Star Tribune on June 25, 2008 which focused on the impact that reduced revenue at Legion Posts is having on American Legion Baseball programs. Because of its state-wide reputation as a high-quality program, Tri-City Baseball was sought out for an interview for this story. Read the story at the Star Tribune's web site. (Make sure to read all 3 pages!)
St. Anthony Wins 2008
Minnesota HS State Tournament!!!
For the second time in three years, the St. Anthony Village High School baseball team took the AA championship of Minnesota State High School Baseball, by defeating Annandale in the title game, 10-0. Read about their victory in the St. Cloud Times (article one; article two), as well as in the Star Tribune. (Make sure to browse/search both papers for additional articles from throughout the tournament.) A related story also appeared in the Pioneer Press. Congratulations to all St. Anthony players for their well-earned victory!
KARE11: Video on St.
Read the story and watch the video that KARE11 aired on June 11th about St. Anthony's quest for a 2nd State High School championship!
Former Blue Alum named
MIAC Player of the Year
Dan Kaczrowski, who pitched for Tri-City Blue in 2006, was named MIAC Player of the Year in 2008; articles on Hamline University's website, and the MIAC website, chronical Dan's accomplishments. Congratulations, Dan!
Lion's All-Star Game
Both Tri-City Blue and Tri-City Red players were honored by being selected to play in the Lion's All Star game to be held at Chaska Athletic Park later this month. Those named include Chris Peterson (St. Anthony) of Tri-City Blue and Ross LaDuke (MVHS), Nick Colwell (IHS), and Tommy Thompson (IHS) of Tri-City Red. Congratulations to all on their selection! An ad for the program was placed by Tri-City Baseball, which honors this year's participants, as well as those from the past.
Paul Myers Signs
National Letter of Intent
Per the press release issued June 6, 2008, Tri-City Red pitcher, Paul Myers, has signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of Minnesota Crookston Golden Eagle Baseball program. Chris Vito, Head Coach of the Golden Eagles (who also votes in the weekly American Legion Coaches/Media Poll) personally expressed his excitement to the Tri-City staff about signing such a talented athlete and fine prospect. Congratulations, Paul!
Colwell Family & Mustangs
Featured in Articles on Vype.com
Take these links! 1) A view into the athletic-oriented Colwell family; 2) Highlights from earlier in Mounds View's season. Visit Vype.com to search or browse for more related articles.
Spread the Word About
Becoming a Tri-City Baseball Supporter!
In an effort to raise funds and keep additional costs to participants as low as possible, Tri-City Baseball is looking for people, organizations, and businesses who want to show their support through postings on this web site (See the link above!). Those who desire further information on this program, should contact Gail at email@example.com.
Elmer Buttweiler -- the "father" of Tri-City Baseball -- passed away peacefully at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, September 21, 2007, at Unity Hospital, in the company of those who loved him, after a brief, courageous battle with cancer and a series of strokes. Please see the Home Page for further information. In honor of Elmer's contributions to Tri-City Baseball, the 2008 season is dedicated to him.
2008 State Tournament
and Gopher Classic Sites Now Available
While several portions will be under construction right up until the start of the tournament, the Official MN State Tournament Web Site is on-line! Newly added information, however, includes Three-Year State Tournament Individual and Team records for 2005 through 2007....and the Red team and its players made the list in several categories! For general inforrmation on the District structure in MN, visit the Minnesota American Legion Baseball Info page within this site.
Red is designated to play at the Maple Grove site for this year's round of pool play in the Gopher Classic. The full schedule, as well as Red's tough opponents in the Maple Grove pool, is available at the Gopher Classic page within this site.
Read about Tri-City Baseball in the Bulletin Newspaper
Stories can be accessed on The Bulletin's Sports page -- or by doing a search on The Bulletin's homepage.
Statewide Legion Baseball Poll
The MN American Legion Baseball Statewide Coaches/Media Poll is up and running for the 2008 season. Tri-City Red has been a fixture in the Top Ten, year-after-year -- quite an accomplishment, considering there are over 350 Legion teams in Minnesota. Complete poll results are posted each week on this web site, as well as being distributed to newspapers all across the state and several other media outlets. Make sure to check for the latest Poll results frequently!
Web Site Remains Very Active
Activity remains high on the Tri-City Baseball web site, with activity expected to continue to build as the season gets going. Historical Tri-City Baseball web site traffic stats (through February 2008) is also available for your viewing. Keep spreading the word about our site's existance!
Tri-City Continues to Contribute Heavily to the Advancement and Promotion of American Legion Baseball in Minnesota
In addition to being the first American Legion Post and baseball team in the State of Minnesota to establish a website, do you know all the other ways that Tri-City helps to strengthen the American Legion Baseball Program in Minnesota? First, volunteers within the Tri-City organization handle the administration and publication of the Statewide American Legion Poll (read more). Secondly, Tri-City provides space on its own website to host the Official Minnesota State Tournament website -- and Tri-City volunteers do all of the State Tournament site design and maintenance each year, in addition to helping at the State Tournament itself.. And, new in 2006, Tri-City volunteered to host a web page that outlines all game schedules and results for the Gopher Classic tournament. Many college coaches and major league scouts have commented on how useful the information is to them, as well as how often they visit the Tri-City Basebal site.
Because of its numerous contributions to American Legion Baseball -- on and off the field -- Tri-City was named Post of the Year by Minnesota American Legion Baseball in 2005. So, be proud of your association with Tri-City -- and help us continue to enhance our reputation as a leader in American Legion Baseball by representing our Post with dignity and integrity!
Track Other Teams Online
It's time to play ball in all 10 of Minnesota's American Legion Baseball Districts! (For more information on the location of each district, visit the Minnesota Legion Baseball Page within this site, or the Minnesota Department site at www.mnlegion.org.) Follow action in the 1st District (SE Minnesota, e.g., Rochester), at www.district1scores.org. Take this link to District 6 (St. Cloud and Brainerd area teams.) For District 9 (NW Minnesota), check out Moorhead's website. And follow the District 10's North Hennepin League by visiting their website. Of course, don't forget to follow TRI-CITY BLUE, which plays in that league. Also visit the District 10 South Hennenpin League site. For information on what's going on in other Districts, search for American Legion Baseball stories on statewide newspapers at www.mnnews.com.
Here are a some individual American Legion team websites to check out: Hamline, Alexandria, Eden Prairie, Excelsior, Burnsville, Hopkins, Chaska, Delano, Edina, Prior Lake, Moorhead, Rochester A's, Rochester Patriots, Rochester Red Hawks, Lakeville South (Cougars) and Lakeville North (Panthers) [Click on "Team" drop down menu to select each Lakeville team], St. Louis Park, Apple Valley.
Full District 4 Schedule and Scores
Greg Schmidt's Game
Summaries, Line Scores and Stories:
4th District Season Standings:
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Inquiries from scouts can be directed to
Jeff Larsen (612-581-4825) or to Rus Poser
2008 Tri-City Red Team Picture
(PDF: 169 KB)
|Name (*Captains)||High School||Uniform #||Position(s)||Height||Weight||Bats||Throws||Grad Yr.|
|Blumer, Brad||Mounds View||8||Infield||6'2"||180||R||R||2009|
|Colwell, Nick*||Irondale||4||Outfield, Pitcher||5'10"||180||L||L||2008|
|Freed, David||Mounds View||7||Pitcher, Infield, Outfield||5'11"||180||L||L||2009|
|Gallagher, Andy||Mounds View||14||Pitcher, Infield, Outfield||6'1"||170||R||R||2008|
|Goldsmith, Ian||Mounds View||16||Outfield||6'1"||195||R||R||2009|
|Hershey, Brandon||Mounds View||13||Infield, Outfield||6'0"||180||L||R||2009|
|Imdieke, Ethan||Totino Grace||2||Infield, Pitcher||5'10"||160||R||R||2009|
|Kurkowski, Andy||Mounds View||11||Infield, Outfield||6'1"||180||R||R||2008|
|LaDuke, Ross||Mounds View||9||Infield||6'0"||165||R||R||2008|
|Myers, Paul||Mounds View||15||Pitcher, Outfield||6'0"||175||R||R||2008|
|Nickols, Jesse||Mounds View||25||Pitcher, Outfield||6'2"||185||R||R||2009|
|Page, Aaron||Irondale||20||Pitcher, Infield||6'2"||205||L||L||2008|
|Reichert, Dan*||Mounds View||19||Infield, Pitcher, Outfield||6'1"||175||L||L||2008|
|Ries, Jack*||Totino Grace (St. John's Univ.)||10||Infield, Pitcher||6'2"||175||R||R||2007|
|Ross, Luke||Mounds View (Wheaton College)||1||Infield||5'9"||160||R||R||2007|
|Thompson, Tommy*||Irondale||17||Outfield, Pitcher||5'11"||160||S||R||2008|
|Wessberg, Phil||Mounds View||5||Catcher, Pitcher||5'7"||185||R||R||2008|
|General Business Manager/Legion Adjutant:||Ed Lindquist|
|Team Manager/Head Coach:||Jeff Larsen, #6|
|Assistant Head Coach:||Russ Poser, #22||Team Aministrative Manager:||Gail Kalata|
|Coach:||Andy Wehr, #3||Coach:||David Norgard, #18|
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*Denotes 4th District
|Game # / Date||Team||Score||vs. Team (Home)||Score||at Field||W||L|
|Note: Some links to park locations are via the MN State HS League's school web pages -- on those pages, look for school's address and small green map icon -- upper right of page..|
|- Saturday, 6/14/08||Tri-City Red (CANCELLED)||--||Tri-City Blue||--||1:00 p.m., St. Anthony HS||--||--|
|1 - Sunday, 6/15/08||Tri-City Red||7||Hopkins||2||1:00 p.m., Hopkins HS||1||0|
|2 - Monday, 6/16/08*||Hamline Purple||3||Tri-City Red||8||6:00 p.m., Midway Stadium||2||0|
|3 - Tuesday, 6/17/08*||Tri-City Red||8||Hamline Purple||7||6:00 p.m., Cretin-Derham Hall HS||3||0|
|4 - Wednesday, 6/18/08*||Tri-City Red||7||North End||4||6:00 p.m., Midway Stadium||4||0|
|5 - Thursday, 6/19/08*||Hamline Red||2||Tri-City Red (10 innings)||3||6:00 p.m., Irondale||5||0|
|West St. Paul Challengers "Moose Country Challenge" Tournament: (Print Complete Tournament Pairings) Updated with Scores!|
two-pool tournament. National Pool =
West St. Paul, Rosemount, New Prague, Red Wing; American
Pool = Tri-City Red, Chesterbird, Lakeville
North, St. Paul Park. All games played at Henry
Sibley High School and St.
Thomas Academy, with both Championship and
Consolation brackets. On Sunday, Championship Bracket
games are at St. Thomas; Consolation Bracket games are at
Henry Sibley. In 2007's Moose Country Challenge, Tri-City
Red was 4-0 going into the championship game, but took
runner-up honors, losing to St. Paul Park 13-9.
|6 - Friday, 6/20/08||Chesterbird (Benilde)||8||Tri-City Red||9||6:30 p.m., Henry Sibley High School||6||0|
|7 - Saturday, 6/21/08||Tri-City Red (6 innings)||13||Lakeville North||0||12:30 p.m., St. Thomas Academy||7||0|
|8 - Saturday, 6/21/08||Tri-City Red||11||St. Paul Park||6||6 p.m., St. Thomas Academy||8||0|
|9 - Sunday, 6/22/08||West St. Paul (Semi's)||2||Tri-City Red (6 innings)||12||1:30 p.m., St. Thomas Academy||9||0|
|10 - Sunday, 6/22/08||Lakeville North (Championship)||9||Tri-City Red (won in bottom of 7)||10||4:00 p.m., St. Thomas Academy||10||0|
|Tournament Notes:||Congratulations, Red on
taking the championship in the Moose Country Challenge!
Pool order of finish: American Pool = TCRed, Lakeville North, St. Paul Park, Chesterbird;
National Pool = Rosemount, West St. Paul, Red Wing, New Prague (See pairings above for pool play scores.)
|11 - Monday, 6/23/08*||Tri-City Red||0||Arcade-Phalen||3||6 p.m., St. Paul Johnson HS||10||1|
|12 - Tuesday, 6/24/08*||Arcade-Phalen||9||Tri-City Red||10||6 p.m., Irondale||11||1|
|13 - Wednesday, 6/25/08*||North St. Paul||1||Tri-City Red||3||6 p.m., Legion Field*, North St. Paul||12||1|
|*From Highway 36, go north on McKnight to 11th Ave East, right/east on 11th Avenue, then right/south on 3rd Street North. Parking is on the right, just north of tennis courts. Ball field is just south of tennis courts.|
|14 - Thursday, 6/26/08*||Rosetown||1||Tri-City Red||9||6 p.m., Irondale||13||1|
|36th Annual Fargo-Moorhead Invitational Tournament: (Print Complete Tournament Pairings) Updated with scores through Sunday !|
|Tournament Notes:||Pool Play format (2 pools, 6
teams each): Jack Williams Stadium (Fargo) Pool
= Tri-City Red, Fargo Post 2, West Fargo Patriots, Eau
Claire WI, Parkston SD and Waite Park Silver Stars. Matson
Field (Moorhead) Pool = Moorhead Blues, DePere
WI, Sioux Falls East SD, Mandan ND Chiefs, Anchorage AK,
Mitchell SD. (Click on link above for complete tournament
See a detailed map of the area in which the parks are located -- they are in close proximity to each other (a toll bridge across the Red River actually connects the two parks -- bridge is along 15th Avenue on the MN side and 12th Avenue on the Fargo side.) The addres of Jack Williams Stadium is 10 11th Avenue North, Fargo, ND 58102, just east of the NDSU campus. Matson Field is at the intersection of 15th Avenue North/Hwy 83 and 11st Street (enter parking lot on 15th Avenue). As always, "look for the lights," when approaching the area. Also, see a list of general location and phone numbers of parks.
The team will be staying at the Holiday Inn Express in Fargo. (Link to Google Map) There is also an adjacent Holiday Inn. (Link to Google Map). Info on player transportation to Fargo will be communicated as the tournament approaches.
During/after the tourney, search for stories at the The Fargo Forum Website: Newspaper Sports Section (use their on-site search engine to find articles on American Legion Baseball, Tri-City Red, Fargo-Moorhead tournament, etc.)
|15 - Friday, 6/27/08||Parkston, SD||4||Tri-City Red (8 innings)||5||3:30 p.m., Jack Williams Stadium-Fargo||14||1|
|16 - Friday, 6/27/08||Tri-City Red||15||Fargo||2||8:30 p.m., Jack Williams Stadium||15||1|
|17 - Saturday, 6/28/08||Eau Claire, WI||6||Tri-City Red (called after 4 complete)||11||8:00 a.m., Jack Williams Stadium||16||1|
|- Saturday, 6/28/08||Tri-City Red||West Fargo (cancelled due to rain)||3:30 p.m., Jack Williams Stadium||--||--|
|18 - Sunday, 6/29/08||Tri-City Red||14||West Fargo (originally Waite Park)||3||1:30 p.m., Jack Williams Stadium||17||1|
|19 - Sunday, 6/29/08||DePere, WI (Championship game)||3||Tri-City Red||7||7 p.m., Jack Williams Stadium||18||1|
|Read/print the full box score and game narrative for the championship game with DePere, as posted on the DePere website.|
|Tournament Notes:||CONGRATULATIONS, RED, FOR TAKING THE CHAMPIONSHIP IN THE FARGO-MOORHEAD INVITATIONAL. Red last won the Fargo tournament in 1999! In 1998, Red took 2nd, and in 1997, Red also took the championship.|
|20 - Tuesday, 7/1/08*||White Bear||3||Tri-City Red||6||6 p.m., Irondale||19||1|
|Delano Stars & Stripes Tournament (wood bat) (Printable Tournament Bracket)|
|Tournament Notes:||FREE admission for all fans,
live bands, carnival/rides, parade, fireworks after
championship game on July 5th.
Visit Delano's team website. Visit Delano 4th of July Celebration website! Information on Central Park!
Directions, due to Hwy 12 construction: Hwy 55 West to Hwy 19 (Loretto); South on 19, then right (west) after railroad tracks onto County Road 11. Follow 11 into Delano city limits. City Park / ball park will be on your left (look for carnival rides, which are set up between Mini-Wrigley and Manor Field).
|21 - Thursday, 7/3/08||Tri-City Red||0||Minneapolis Southwest||1||12:30 p.m., Manor Field, Delano||19||2|
|22 - Friday, 7/4/08||Ham Lake||1||Tri-City Red||5||2:30 pm (NOT 10:30 am, per bracket), Mini-Wrigley, Delano||20||2|
|23 - Saturday, 7/5/08||Tri-City Red||8||Delano (Consoluation Championship)||2||12 Noon. Mini-Wrigley, Delano||21||2|
|24 - Tuesday, 7/8/08*||Hamline Purple||1||Tri-City Red||5||6 p.m., Midway Stadium||22||2|
|25- Wednesday, 7/9/08||Sierra Vista (Las Vegas), NV||14||Tri-City Red (exhibition game)||1||3:30 p.m., Irondale (Tri-City Blue vs. Sierra Vista follows at 6:15 p.m.)||22||3|
|26 - Thursday, 7/10/08||Tri-City Red||7||Tri-City Blue||1||6:15 p.m., Palm Field, St. Anthony HS||23||3|
|Gopher Classic Tournament: (Gopher Classic Web Page)|
48-team tournament. Tri-City will play at the Maple Grove HS site. NOTE: the ball field is on the west side of the football stadium; it is not visible from Fernbrook Lane. (Maple Grove HS is on east side of Fernbrook Lane.) To reach the ball field, turn west just south of the football stadium, then take the first right, toward the back-side of football stadium.
|27 - Friday, 7/11/08||Tri-City Red||5||Maple Grove||6||9 a.m., Maple Grove HS||23||4|
|28 - Friday, 7/11/08||Tri-City Red||7||New Ulm Gold||3||11:30 a.m., Maple Grove HS||24||4|
|29 - Saturday, 7/12/08||Tri-City Red||2||DePere, WI||5||9:00 a.m. Maple Grove HS||24||5|
|Read/print the full box score and game narrative for the game with DePere, as posted on the DePere website.|
|30 - Sunday, 7/13/08||Tri-City Red (6 innings, 8 run rule)||14||Papillion North, (Omaha) NE||6||11:30 a.m. Maple Grove HS||25||5|
|31 - Sunday, 7/13/08||Tri-City Red||11||Anheuser-Busch, MO||9||2:00 p.m. Maple Grove HS||26||5|
|Tournament Notes:||Red goes 3-2 in its pool -- closing strong with 2 wins against two very good teams! Congrat's Red! Anheuser-Busch advanced out of the pool, with wins on Sunday against DePere and Maple Grove (MG game being a continuance of rained out game from Friday night.)|
|32 - Monday, 7/14/08*||Tri-City Red||2||Hamline Red||1||8 p.m., Midway Stadium||27||5|
|33 - Tuesday, 7/15/08*||North St. Paul||1||Tri-City Red||2||8 p.m., Legion Field, North St. Paul||28||5|
|34 - Wednesday, 7/16/08*||Tri-City Red||12||Rosetown||3||6 p.m., Rosetown||29||5|
|*Field is behind (south of) the Rosetown Legion. Park in Legion parking lot (on Rosetown Court) or in Central Park parking lot (on west side of Dale St., midway between County Road C and County Road B2.)|
|Thursday: See Princeton below!||30||5|
|36 - Friday, 7/18/08*||Tri-City Red||14||Arcade-Phalen||7||6 p.m., St. Paul Johnson HS||31||5|
|Princeton Tournament: 39th Annual: (Print Complete Tournament Pairings)|
|Tournament Notes:||Participants: Tri-City Red,
Excelsior, Eden Prairie, Grand Rapids, Eagan, Alexandria,
Hopkins, Princeton (host).
Princeton is located off of Highway 169, north of Elk River and Zimmerman. Take the Rum River Dr. exit (when traveling north on 169 --it's the 1st exit for Princeton, which is also indicated as the exit for the hospital and airport. You'll see the ballpark lights in the distance, to the N/NW.) At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right on Rum River Dr. Continue to 5th Street; go left on 5th (westbound). Continue roughly 6 blocks (you'll likely see signs for Mark Park along the way.) You will come to a T. Turn right, then a quick left into the parking lot. The parking lot also serves as the entry drive for Princeton's waterpark, Splash Park.
In winning the tournament in 2007, Tri-City Red became the team that has won this tournament the most times -- 6 (1993, 1994, 1997, 1999, 2006, 2007). If you have not been to the Princeton tournament previously, it will quickly become your favorite -- great field, great hosts, great food, great stories, great time!...and, unfortunately, you'll likely have to listen to us "old-timers" relive the '99 team's feats at Princeton.
|35 - Thursday, 7/17/08 (Gm 1)||Tri-City Red||12||Princeton||3||Mark Park, Princeton, 8:00 p.m.||(30)||(5)|
|37 - Saturday, 7/19/08||Tri-City Red||7||Eden Praire||9||Mark Park, Princeton, 5:30 p.m.||31||6|
|38 - Sunday, 7/20/08-3rd Place||Tri-City Red||12||Hopkins||1||Mark Park, Princeton, 2:00 p.m.||32||6|
|Tournament Notes:||Congrat's Red on taking 3rd Place at Princeton! EP went on to win the title, 4-3 over Grand Rapids.|
|39 - Monday, 7/21/08*||North End||1||Tri-City Red||8||6 p.m., Irondale||33||6|
|40 - Tuesday, 7/22/08*||Tri-City Red||5||White Bear||0||6 p.m., White Bear North Campus*||34||6|
|*Field is on Bald Eagle at 9th Street. From I-694, go north on Hwy 61, left (west) on 4th to Bald Eagle, then north on Bald Eagle. Alternate route: Go East on Hwy 96, then left at White Bear Parkway (first light after the freeway.) Follow that around, and it becomes Ninth Street, which will run right into the ball park.|
|41 - Wednesday, 7/23/09*||North End||0||Tri-City Red (5 innings)||10||6 p.m., Irondale||35||6|
|42 - Friday, 7/25/08*||White Bear||0||Tri-City Red||10||6 p.m., Irondale||36||6|
|43 - Sunday, 7/27/08*||Tri-City Red||4||North St. Paul||5||6 p.m., Legion Field, North St. Paul||36||7|
|44 - Monday, 7/28/08*||Tri-City Red||6||Rosetown||0||6 p.m., Rosetown||37||7|
|45 - Tuesday, 7/29/08*||Tri-City Red||7||Hamline Red (Canceled, Forfeited)||0||6 p.m., St. Paul Academy||38||7|
|District 4 Playoffs: (see next section, below, for bracket)|
|46 - Wednesday, 7/30/08||White Bear||0||Tri-City Red (8 innings)||10||8 p.m., Midway Stadium||39||7|
|47 - Thursday, 8/31/08||Rosetown||6||Tri-City Red (7 innings)||16||8 p.m., Midway Stadium||40||7|
|48 - Friday, 8/1/08||Hamline Purple||20||Tri-City Red||16||8 p.m., North St. Paul||40||8|
|49 - Saturday, 8/2/08||North St. Paul||4||Tri-City Red||3||Noon - North St. Paul||40||9|
GREAT SEASON, RED! You made us proud this year!
|Minnesota State Tournament:|
|Thurs, 8/7/08 - Sun, 8/10/08||Click on link above for complete scores!||Burnsville is host.|
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and/or Print a 2008 4th District Tournament Bracket
(Field designations are subject to change) PDF File: 8 KB
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Championship Tournament Game Schedule
(9 inning games; Winner represents the 4th District in the State Tournament)
Visit the District 4 Page within this Site
|Game #/Date||Team||Score||vs. Team||Score||at Field|
|Double Elimination Tournament|
|1-Wednesday, 7/30/08||Seed 5 - North End||6||Seed 4 - Rosetown (7 innings)||20||5 p.m. Legion Field, North St. Paul|
|2-Wednesday, 7/30/08||Seed 6 - Arcade-Phalen||3||Seed 3 - Hamline Purple (7 innings)||13||5 p.m. Midway Stadium|
|3-Wednesday, 7/30/08||Seed 7 - Hamline Red||4||Seed 2 - North St. Paul (8 innings)||14||8 p.m., North St. Paul|
|4-Wednesday, 7/30/08||Seed 8 - White Bear||0||Seed 1 - Tri-City Red (8 innings)||10||8 p.m., Midway Stadium|
|5-Thursday, 7/31/08||Loser of Game 4 - White Bear||5||Loser of Game 1 - North End||9||5 p.m., Midway Stadium|
|6-Thursday, 7/31/08||Winner of Game 2 - Hamline Purple (7 in)||13||Winner of Game 3 - North St. Paul||1||8 p.m., North St. Paul|
|7-Thursday, 7/31/08||Loser of Game 3 - Hamline Red||3||Loser of Game 2 - Arcade-Phalen||8||5 p.m., North St. Paul|
|8-Thursday, 7/31/08||Winer of Game 1 - Rosetown||6||Winner of Game 4 - Tri-City Red (7 inn.)||16||8 p.m., Midway Stadium|
|9-Friday, 8/1/08||Winner of Game 7 - Arcade-Phalen||7||Loser of Game 8 - Rosetown||17||5 p.m., Midway Stadium|
|10-Friday, 8/1/08||Winner of Game 5 - North End||6||Loser of Game 6 - North St. Paul||10||5 p.m., North St. Paul|
|11-Friday, 8/1/08||Winner of Game 6 - Hamline Purple||20||Winner of Game 8 - Tri-City Red||16||8 p.m., North St. Paul|
|12-Saturday, 8/2/08||Winner of Game 10 - North St. Paul||4||Loser of Game 11 - Tri-City Red||3||12 Noon, North St. Paul|
|13-Saturday, 8/2/08||Winner of Game 9 - Rosetown||2||Winner of Game 11 - Hamline Purple||12||3 p.m., North St. Paul|
|14-Sunday, 8/3/08-Championship||Winner of Game 13 - Hamline Purple||9||Winner of Game 12 - North St. Paul||10||12 Noon, North St. Paul|
|14-Sunday, 8/3/08-if necessary||Loser of Game 14 - Hamline Purple||0||Winner of Game 14 - North St. Paul||5||3 p.m., North St. Paul|
|Tournament Notes:||Congratulations, North St. Paul ! Good luck in the State Tournament !|
Visit the 4th District Page within this Site
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2008 Minnesota State Tournament
The Annual Minnesota State American Legion Baseball Championship Tournament will be hosted by Burnsville. Play begins on Thursday, August 7, 2008 and continues through Sunday, August 10, 2006. Team check-in will take place on Wednesday, August 6, 2008, with the annual banquet being held that evening.
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The 2008 Regional American Legion Tournaments will be held as follows:
Central Plains: Minot, ND Thursday, 8/14/08 - Monday, 8/18/08 Great Lakes: Chillicothe, OH Thursday, 8/14/08 - Monday, 8/18/08
The 2008 American Legion World Series will be held in Shelby, NC on Friday, August 22, 2008 through Tuesday, August 26, 2008.
For more information on the Regional and National Tournaments, visit Shelby's official web site, or take this link to the National American Legion Baseball Web Site.
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Season Events & Awards
40th Annual Fourth District American Legion Baseball Banquet:
|40th Annual 4th District American
Legion Baseball Banquet
Monday, August 4, 2008
North St. Paul American Legion Post #39
2678 7th Avenue East, North St. Paul, MN 55109
PREGAME: 6:00 p.m.; DINNER: 7:00 p.m.
COST: $10 / person
Contact your Team Manager or Gregory Nadeau for Tickets!
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