Last Updated: 7/27/14
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2014 Tri-City Red Golf Outing Info !!!
Start getting those foursomes together and get registered for our 4th Annual Golf Outing.
Proceeds benefit Tri-City Red, so that we can continue our efforts to provide a high-quality program for the youth of today and tomorrow!
Sunday, August 17, 2014
4- Person Scramble; Best Ball; Shot Gun Start at 1:00
Oak Glen Golf Club, 1599 McKusick Road, Stillwater, MN 55128
Please Sign Up by Sunday, August 10th
REGISTRATION / INFO FORM
Can't join us on the 17th? Well, please still help us out by 1) making a general donation,
2) by recruiting hole sponsors, or 3) through the donation of merchandise to be used as prizes, raffles, silent auction.
DONATION INFO / PLEDGE FORM
The Tri-City Red Shutterfly Page is Now Availalbe (July 4, 2014)
A big thank you to Larry Carnhan for serving as the Tri-City Red photographer!
View great pics from this season on the Tri-City Red American Legion Baseball Shutterfly page.
(Pics from prior seasons will be added as time permits!)
Kellen Rholl Named as Participant in Play Ball MN! Series (June 18, 2014)
Kellen Rholl is participating in the Play Ball MN! Series (MSHSL All-Star game, formerly called the Lions All-Star Tournament) on June 21st and 22nd.
Complete info on the Series is avaiable on the MN State HS Baseball Coaches Association web site. (See link at top of that page for "All-Star Series.")
Sam Hentges Drafted by Cleveland (June 7 / June 11, 2014)
On Friday, June 6th, Sam Hentges was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 4th round -- #128 overall.
In addition, on June 11th, the Pioneer Press and Star Tribune (video interview) named Sam as the 2014 Player of the Year.
Congratulations, Sam !!!
Congratulations to the Mounds View Mustangs ... State-Tournament bound! (June 13)
Good luck in the high school state tournament, guys -- June 12th - 16th!
Star Tribune article.
Pioneer Press article (pre-championship game article, 6/13)
Pioneer Press article - Lkvl North game (6/13)
Pioneer Press article - Elk River game (6/12)
Tri-City Red Announces Tournament Schedule for 2014
Are you excited for another great season of Tri-City Red American Legion Baseball? We certainly are!!!
We are extremely excited about the 2014 tournament schedule! It includes Red's many of Red's favorite stops (the Fargo/Moorhead Invitational, the Gopher Classic) -- plus, it includes two new tournaments (in which Red has not competed previously) -- the Eagan Invitational (which will be our first tournament of the season) and the St. Cloud Chutes Tournament. In addition, several non-league contests have been lined up. The preliminary weekend schedule is shown below. (Scroll further down the page for the full 2014 schedule, which includes both league, non-league, and tournament games.)
Friday, June 6: Opening non-league game versus Excelsior, 7:30 pm (at Veterans Field at Minnetonka High School) June 8: Opening day of league play. (TCRed will be OFF on Sat., June 7, so that would be a good date to schedule player grad parties!) June 13-15:
Eagan Invitational (View / Print Complete Tournament Pairings)
Fifteen-team pool-play tournament held at Eagan High School, Goat Hill Park, and Simley HS (Inver Grove Heights). Teams in Red's pool (Simley HS) include Chester Bird (Benilde-St. Margaret), the Saint James A's (Winnipeg), Inver Grove, and Edina.
June 19-22: St. Cloud Chutes Legion Tournament:
Played at the beautiful St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex -- home of Dick Putz and Joe Faber fields in west St. Cloud. Tri-City Blue (based at St. Anthony Village HS) is also scheduled to participate, along with Willmar, Lakeville North, Lakeville South, Rogers, Coon Rapids, Apple Valley, Maple Grove, and several St. Cloud area teams, to name a few. Although the tournament starts on Thursday night, June 19th, Red's first game isn't until Friday, 5:30 pm.
June 27-29: Fargo/Moorhead Invitational (View / Print Complete Tournament Pairings)
Our pool play games will be played at Jack Williams Stadium in Fargo this year (home of the 2014 Americal Legion Regional tournament). Competitors in the Jack Williams Pool include Fargo, Detroit Lakes, Blue Springs MO, Chanhassen, and Totino-Grace.
July 4-5: Off: mid-season break
July 11-15: Gopher Classic at Bethel University
Pool play opponents include Westphal Armstrong (Robbinsdale), Elk River, Shakopee, Moline, IL, and Yankton, SD. The Gopher Classic web page outlines the full schedule.
Fri., July 18: Non-League game against Hopkins (5:30 pm) at Big Willow Park in Minnetonka. Sat., July 19: Double-header against Mandan, ND -- played at Schumacher Field in Forest Lake (game 1 starts at Noon.) July 22-27: Sub-State 8 Playoff Tournament
Fifteen "Sub-State Playoff Tournaments" will be held across MN. Red will be seeded into Sub-State #8, which currently includes the following teams: TCR, Tri-City Maroon (Irondale), Tri-City Blue (St. Anthony), Maplewood Green (Hill-Murray), White Bear, Lino Lakes (Centennial), Stillwater, Forest Lake, and Chisago Lakes. (The other 4th District teams -- North St. Paul, Hamline Purple, Hamline Red, Arcade-Phalen, and Rosetown -- will be playing in Sub-State #7, along with Oakdale, Mahtomedi, and West St. Paul.)
July 31- Aug 4: State Tournament in Eagan August 7-11: Central Plains Regional in Fargo August 14-19: American Legion World Series in Shelby, NC (Reporting date is Tuesday, August 12, with teams transported directly from their respective Regional tournament.)
Other Info Pertaining to the 2014 Season:
*PRINTABLE SEASON SCHEDULE (WILL NOT BE UPDATED - REFER TO TABLE BELOW FOR MOST UP-TO-DATE SCHEDULE ) MEET THE TRI-CITY RED STAFF! 2014 REGISTRATION INFO / FORM TRI-CITY LEGION BASEBALL "101" 2014 STAFF CONTACT INFO LEGION ROSTERING RULES INFO
VISIT THE 4th DISTRICT WEB PAGE
TRI-CITY RED PAST ACCOMPLISHMENTS
*Refer to table below for schedule updates.
Tri-City Red Thanks the Twins Community Fund
Tri-City Red thanks the Twins Community Fund for its support of our program; we are ecstatic to report that the team was awarded a grant for the 2014 season, through the Community Fund's competitive youth baseball grant program. Such support by the Twins helps Tri-City Red continue its rich tradition of providing a quality summer baseball program for the youth in our community. Please help us show our appreciation through your support of the Twins organization, as well as the Community Fund!
Local, State and National News
- Follow the St. Paul Lowertown Ballpark Project through its new web site (scheduled to open in 2015), sign up for email updates on construction progress, check the countdown until opening day, and more!
- For more info about the 2014 season, visit the Minnesota American Legion Baseball web page.
- Minnesota American Legion Baseball is on Facebook. Visit -- and "like" the page -- to receive status updates on your Facebook home page.
- Did you know that the National American Legion Baseball web site includes a nation-wide listing of registered teams, as well as links to individual team web sites? Visit National's List of Registered Teams, to truly see the extent and popularity of American Legion Baseball across the nation-- as well as Minnesota's leading position, with respect to its number of registered teams.
Statewide Legion Baseball Poll
The MN American Legion Baseball Statewide Coaches/Media Poll will again be in operation for the 2014 season. Tri-City Red has been a fixture in the poll -- quite an accomplishment, considering there are over 325 Legion teams in Minnesota. Complete poll results are posted each week on this web site, as well as being distributed to several media outlets and newspapers all across the state. Make sure to check for the latest Poll results frequently!
Follow Tri-City Baseball in the Bulletin and Shoreview Press
Stories can be accessed on The Bulletin's Sports page -- or by doing a search on The Bulletin's homepage.
In addition, don't forget to check for articles in the Shoreview Press!
Tri-City Continues to Contribute to the Advancement and Promotion of American Legion Baseball
In addition to being the first American Legion Post and baseball teams in the State of Minnesota to establish a web site, 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 -- as well as maintaining the site during the tournament and assisting with the running of the tournament itself. In addition, Tri-City hosts and maintains the MN Legion Baseball home page, and Tri-City plays an important role in assisting with the administration of the Gopher Classic tournament, including publishing all game schedules and results on-line. All of this information not only helps to advance the program, but it serves to benefit players by making more information accessible to college and professional scouts.
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!
Show Your Support of the Tri-City Legion!
As has been the case with many Legion Posts in recent years, the long-time sponsor of our baseball teams, Tri-City American Legion Post 513, has faced struggles in recent years due to the difficult economy -- and was forced to close its building as a result. (The Legion continues as a chartered Post -- it simply no longer has a building at which to hold community events.) You can show your onogoing appreciation to the Legion for all of the valuable contributions it makes to the community (in addition to sponsorship of the Legion baseball teams!), by supporting their continuing programs that benefit our area schools, veterans, youth, and the community at large. For information on current events (e.g., the collection of items for charitable garage sales, craft sales, etc.), please make sure to visit the Legion's web site, as well as its Facebook page. Also, if you are a veteran -- or if an immediate member of your family is a veteran -- please consider joining the Tri-City family as a member (Legion, Auxiliary, Sons of the American Legion)!
(Because my father was a WWII veteran, I can proudly say that I am an American Legion Auxiliary member! Gail)
|For league standings (and scores
from other teams' games), please hop over to the District
4 web page.
Visit Tri-City Red's "Home Page" to review results from all prior seasons!
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2014 Printable Tri-City Red
Inquiries from scouts can be directed to Steve Grasley (651-246-0946)
Tri-City Red Team Picture
(not yet available)
|Name||High School||Uniform #||Position(s) - TBD||Height||Weight||Bats||Throws||Grad Yr.|
|Abercrombie, Alec||Mounds View||5||Outfield, Catcher||6'1"||190||L||R||2015|
|Bonde, Jeremiah||Mounds View||4||Pitcher||6'1"||160||R||R||2015|
|Callahan, Charlie||Mounds View||25||1st Base, Pitcher, 3rd Base||6'5"||220||L||R||2015|
|*Carnahan, Chance||Mounds View||2||3rd Base, Pitcher, 2nd Base||5'9"||145||R||R||2014|
|DeCaster, Henry||Mounds View||8||Pitcher, Outfield||6'3"||160||R||L||2015|
|Douvier, Nate||Mounds View||3||3rd Base, 2nd Base, Catcher||5'9"||175||R||R||2013|
|Fredlund, Tyler||Mounds View||1||Outfield, Pitcher||5'6"||155||L||R||2016|
|Fredrickson, Joe||Mounds View||10||Shortstop, Pitcher||6'||170||R||R||2015|
|Gaines, Mike||Mounds View||16||3rd Base, 1st Base||5'11"||160||R||R||2015|
|Gaworski, Josh||Mounds View||14||Pitcher, 3rd Base||5'11"||150||R||R||2015|
|Hentges, Sam||Mounds View||21||1st Base, Pitcher||6'6"||235||L||L||2014|
|LeMay, Jeff||Mounds View||13||Catcher, Outfield||5'9"||170||R||R||2016|
|Lovdahl, Bo||Mounds View||11||Pitcher, Shortstop, 3rd Base||6'||160||R||R||2016|
|Lovdahl, Nick||Mounds View||19||Pitcher, Outfield||6'||160||R||R||2016|
|Meyer, Wyatt||Mounds View||20||Catcher||5'9"||210||L||R||2015|
|*Mezzenga, Ben||Totino-Grace||6||Outfield, 2nd Base||5'10"||180||L||R||2015|
|*Plasencia, Ryan||Mounds View||15||2nd Base, 3rd Base, Shortstop||5'11"||150||R||R||2014|
|*Rholl, Kellen||Mounds View||22||Pitcher||6'2"||180||L||L||2014|
|Legion (Sponsor) Representative/Adjutant:||Norb Stachowski|
|General Business Manager:||Rus Poser|
|Manager & Head Coach::||Stephen Grasley, #7|
|Assistant Head Coach:||Darcy Ruff, #24|
|Assistant Coaches:||Billy Schneider, #18||Jay Slick, #9|
|Team Administration:||Gail Kalata|
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+Denotes 4th District League Game
(If highlighted, click on the opposing team's name for its team web site.)
|Game # / Date||Team (Click on name for web site)||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.|
||Tri-City Red -- Canceled --||Excelsior||7:30 pm, Veterans Field (Mtka HS)|
||Tri-City Maroon (to be played 7/15, below)||Tri-City Red||6:00 pm, Mounds View HS|
||Tri-City Red (to be played on 7/1, below)||Maplewood Green||6:00 pm, Hill-Murray|
||Tri-City Red -- Canceled --||Stillwater||6:00 pm, Stillwater HS|
||Rosetown (to be played on 7/7, below)||Tri-City Red||6:00 pm, Mounds View HS|
|Eagan Invitational: (Print Complete Tournament Pairings) -- Canceled --|
Locations & Scheduled
Note: Home / away designations for unplayed games shown below are not necessarily accurate (determined by coin flip prior to each game.)
||Edina -- Canceled --||Tri-City Red||4:00 pm, Simley High School|
||Inver Grove -- Canceled --||Tri-City Red||6:30 pm, Simley High School|
||St. James A's (Winnipeg) - Canceled -||Tri-City Red||11:00 am, Simley High School|
||TBD (Semi-Finals) -- Canceled --||Tri-City Red||10 am or 12:30 pm, Eagan High School|
||TBD (Championship) -- Canceled --||Tri-City Red||3:00 pm, Eagan High School|
||Tri-City Red (to be played on 7/2, below)||Hamline Red||6:00 pm, St. Paul Academy|
||North St. Paul (to be played on 7/20 below)||Tri-City Red||6:00 pm, Mounds View HS|
|1 - Wed, 6/18/14+||Tri-City Red||6||White Bear||3||6:00 pm, White Bear HS, So. Campus||1||0|
|St. Cloud Chutes Legion Tournament: (Print Complete Tournament Pairings)|
tournament, played at the beautiful St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex -- home of Dick Putz and Joe Faber
fields in west St. Cloud. Tri-City Blue (based at St.
Anthony Village HS) is also participating in the
tournament.) Red's pool includes Lakeville North, Sauk
Rapids and Willmar.
|2 - Friday, 6/20/14||Willmar (pool play game)||3||Tri-City Red||9||5:30 pm, Joe Faber Field (St. Cloud)||2||0|
|3 - Friday, 6/20/14||Lakeville North (pool play game)||8||Tri-City Red||3||8:00 pm, Joe Faber Field (St. Cloud)||2||1|
|4 - Sat., 6/21/14||Tri-City Red (pool play game)||10||Sauk Rapids||4||12:30 pm, Schneider Field (St. Joseph)||3||1|
|5 - Sat., 6/21/14||Andover ("friendly" game)||5||Tri-City Red||4||8:00 pm, Dick Putz Field (St. Cloud)||3||2|
|--- Sunday, 6/22/14||TBD (semi-finals, between the 4 pool winners)||NA||10:00 am, Faber or Putz Field (TBD)|
|--- Sunday, 6/22/14||TBD (championship game)||NA||1:00 pm, Dick Putz Field|
|Tournament Notes:||Lakeville North won the pool, with Red finishing in 2nd place. Thus, Lakeville advanced to Sunday's championship round.|
|--- Monday, 6/23/14|
|6 - Tues, 6/24/14+||Hamline Purple||4||Tri-City Red GAME PHOTOS||7||8:00 pm, Midway Stadium||4||2|
|7 - Wed., 6/25/14+||Tri-City Red||6||North St. Paul GAME PHOTOS||4||6:00 pm, McKnight Legion Field*, NSP
(Special pre-game ceremony at 5:45 pm)
|*Directions to McKnight Legion Field: From Highway 36, go north on McKnight to 11th Ave East (first stop light), 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. NOTE: Check for construction / closures on Highway 36 beforehand; as an alternate route, go south on White Bear Ave (from Maplewood Mall) to 11th Ave.|
|--- Thursday, 6/26/14||Volunteerism Event (Janie's Memorial Playground Build - Facebook Page) TCRed PICTURES OF BUILD
Parents: Please sign up to bring a food item! (Thank you for your support of this worthwhile event!)
Dinner will be served by Tri-City Red to all of Thursday night's volunteers, 5-6 pm! (Sign-up Genius site for food items.)
pm, Casey Lake Park, North St. Paul
(Detailed map of Park Grounds)
|42nd Annual Fargo-Moorhead Invitational Tournament: (Print Complete Tournament Pairings)|
Notes & Info:
Play format (2 pools, 6 teams each), played at Jack
Williams Stadium in Fargo (map) and Matson Field (map) in Moorhead.
A toll bridge across the Red River connects the two fields (15th Avenue on the MN side and 12th Avenue on the ND side.)
Jack Williams Stadium is located at Elm Street & 12th Avenue North in Fargo, just east of the NDSU campus.
Matson Field is at the intersection of 15th Avenue North (Hwy 83) and 11th Street (enter parking lot on 15th Avenue).
Jack Williams Pool: Fargo Post 2, Detroit Lakes, Blue Springs, MO, Chanhassen, Fridley Gold Eagle (Totino-Grace), Tri-City Red
Matson Field Pool: Moorhead Blues, West Fargo, Mitchell, SD, Team Manitoba (Winnipeg all-star team), Andover, Giantvalley (Minnehaha Academy),
During/after the tourney, make sure to search for stories at the The Fargo Forum Website: Newspaper Sports Section (use on-site search to find articles on American Legion Baseball, Tri-City Red, Fargo-Moorhead tournament, etc.)
(Home/away designation for unplayed games below is not necessarily correct -- subject to coin flip, with exception that Fargo and Moorhead are always home.)
6/27/14 - REVISED TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE (due to rain on Friday, which
forced cancellation of several games)
|8 - Friday, 6/27/14||Fridley Gold (Totino-Grace) GAME PHOTOS||0||Tri-City Red (called after 5 complete; rain)||2||3:30 pm, Jack Williams, Fargo||6||2|
|9 - Sat., 6/28/14||Tri-City Red||13||Chanhassen GAME PHOTOS||6||10:30 am, Concordia College, Moorhead||7||2|
|10 - Sun., 6/29/14||Tri-City Red (cross-over w/Matson pool*)||2||Mitchell SD (8 innings) GAME PHOTOS||3||10:30 am, Concordia College, Moorhead||7||3|
|11 - Sun, 6/29/14||Detroit Lakes GAME PHOTOS (5 innings)||0||Tri-City Red (no hitter for Josh Gaworski)||12||1:00 pm, Jack Williams, Fargo||8||3|
|--- Sunday, 6/29/14||TBD (Championship)||4:00 pm, Jack Williams, Fargo||--||--|
rain caused two schedule revisions (Friday night, then
again Saturday). Fargo and Moorhead both removed
themselves from the tournament, to provide more spots in
which entered teams could play, in order to give every
team at least 4 games. To make the schedule work, a
cross-over game* with the Matson pool replaced the game
with Blue Springs. Final pool records: Jack
Williams - 1. Blue Springs (3-1, LRA 7), 2. Tri-City
Red (3-1, LRA 9*), 3. Fridley Gold (2-2, LRA 13), 4.
Chanhassen (2-2, LRA 23), 5. Detroit Lakes (0-4).
Tri-City Red and Blue Springs were tied at 3-1. First tie-breaker was head-to-head. Because they had not played each other, 2nd tie-breaker of Least Runs Allowed came into play.
On Saturday evening, Tri-City Red had also declined playing in championship (if qualified), because it would have resulted in having to play a triple-header (3 games) on Sunday.
Matson Pool - 1. Mitchell (5-0, LRA 6), 2. Andover (2-2, LRA 16), West Fargo (2-2, LRA 23), Giantvalley (2-2, LRA 25), Winnipeg (0-4).
Championship Game (4 pm Sunday): Mitchell 4, Blue Springs 3
|--- Monday, 6/30/14|
|12 - Tuesday, 7/1/14+||Tri-City Red (original date was June 9)||7||Maplewood Green GAME PHOTOS||0||4:00 pm, Mounds View HS||9||3|
|13 - Tuesday, 7/1/14+||Maplewood Green||3||Tri-City Red (6 innings) GAME PHOTOS||13||6:00 pm, Mounds View HS||10||3|
|14 - Wed,, 7/2/14+||Tri-City Red (original date was June 16)||10||Hamline Red (6 innings) GAME PHOTOS||0||4:00 pm, Mounds View HS||11||3|
|15 - Wed, 7/2/14+||Hamline Red||2||Tri-City Red (6 innings) GAME PHOTOS||12||6:00 pm, Mounds View HS||12||3|
|--- Thursday, 7/3/14|
|16 - Monday, 7/7/14+||Rosetown (original date was June 11th)||3||Tri-City Red GAME PHOTOS||11||3:30 pm, Midway Stadium||13||3|
|--- Monday, 7/7/14+||White Bear (to be played on 7/20 below)||RAIN||Tri-City Red||RAIN||6:00 pm, Midway Stadium (time change)||--||--|
|--- Tuesday, 7/8/14|
|17 - Wed, 7/9/14+||Tri-City Red (8 innings)||7||Hamline Purple GAME PHOTOS||6||6:00 pm, Cretin-Derham Hall HS||14||3|
|--- Thursday., 7/10/14|
|Gopher Classic Tournament: (Gopher Classic Web Page)|
The Gopher Classic is a highly-competitive, 96-team, 16-site pool-play tournament, with participating teams coming from all over the nation. The tournament stretches over five days. Tri-City Red will play its pool play games at Totino Grace on Friday and Mounds View on Saturday & Sunday. See the Gopher Classic web page for much more information -- including a listing of all participating sites / teams, the full tournament schedule at each site, links to participating team web sites, maps to site locatons, scores, and more! As co-host (with Bethel), Tri-City Red is home team in all pool play games; subsequent games are by coin flip. Make sure to sign-up to help with manning the gate and concession stand, via the GC Volunteer Sign-Up site.
|18 - Friday, 7/11/14||Moline, IL||1||Tri-City Red||3||3:30 pm, Totino Grace||15||3|
|19 - Friday, 7/11/14||Yankton, SD||2||Tri-City Red||5||6:00 pm, Totino Grace||16||3|
|20 - Saturday, 7/12/14||Shakopee (to be played 5:00 Sunday)||4||Tri-City Red||8||3:30 pm, Mounds View HS|
|21 - Saturday, 7/12/14||Elk River (to be played 2:30 Sunday)||9||Tri-City Red||4||6:00 pm, Mounds View HS||17||4|
|--- Sunday, 7/13/14||Westphal Armstrong (canceled)||--||Tri-City Red||--||6:00 pm, Mounds View HS|
|22 - Monday, 7/14/14+||Bethel Site Winner: Tri-City Red (6 inn)||14||Irondale Site Winner: Tri-City Maroon||4||11:30 am, Round Lake Stadium, Eden Prairie||18||4|
|23 - Monday, 7/14/14||Sweet 16: New Ulm Gold||5||Tri-City Red||6||2:00 pm, Round Lake Stadium, Eden Prairie||19||4|
|24 - Tuesday, 7/15/14||Semi-Final: Tri-City Red||3||Napoleon OH||2||9:00 am, Veterans Field, Minnetonka||20||4|
|25 - Tuesday, 7/15/14||Championship: Tri-City Red||3||Excelsior (5 innings)||11||2:00 pm, Veterans Field, Minnetonka||20||5|
|--- Wed., 7/16/14+||Tri-City Maroon (originally was June 8th)||--||Tri-City Red - CANCELED (played 7/14)||--||3:30 pm, Midway Stadium|
|26 - Wed., 7/16/14+||Tri-City Maroon||10||Tri-City Red||5||6:00 pm, Midway Stadium (time change)||20||6|
|27 - Thursday, 7/17/14+||Tri-City Red||12||Rosetown||10||8:00 pm, Midway Stadium||21||6|
|Final Weekend, Non-League Games & Make-up:|
|--- Friday, 7/18/14||Tri-City Red||Hopkins - CANCELED||5:30 pm, Big Willow Park, Minnetonka|
|--- Saturday, 7/19/14||Tri-City Red||Mandan, ND - CANCELED||Noon, Schumacher Field, Forest Lake|
|--- Saturday, 7/19/14||Mandan, ND||Tri-City Red - CANCELED||2:00 pm, Schumacher Field, Forest Lake|
|28 - Sunday, 7/20/14+||North St. Paul (originally was June 17th)||1||Tri-City Red||10||Noon, McKnight Legion Field*, No. St. Paul||22||6|
|29 - Sunday, 7/20/14+||White Bear (originally was July 7th) Forfeit||0||Tri-City Red||7||3:30 pm, White Bear HS, So. Campus||23||6|
|Sub-State Playoffs: (also see next section below -- and District 4 web page, for bracket and most up-to-date schedule/score information)|
|(Note: the number in ( ) is the team's seeding for playoffs.|
|30 - Wed., 7/23/14||Tri-City Blue (8)||2||Tri-City Red (1) - 7 innings||12||5:30 pm - Midway Stadium||24||6|
|31 - Thursday, 7/24/14||Lino Lakes (5)||2||Tri-City Red (1)||4||5:00 pm - WB Township (Polar Lakes Park)||25||6|
|32 - Friday, 7/25/14||Forest Lake (3)||1||Tri-City Red (1) - 8 innings||11||8:00 pm - Midway Stadium||26||6|
|--- Saturday, 7/26/14||TBD - Semi-finals||N/A||N/A||5 or 8:00 pm, Midway Stadium||--||--|
|--- Sunday, 7/27/14||Forest Lake||7||TRI-CITY RED !!!!! - 8 innings||17||5:00 pm, Midway Stadium||27||6|
|--- Sunday, 7/27/14||N/A||8:00 pm, Midway Stadium, if necessary|
|Tournament Notes:||Tri-City Red claims the Sub-State 8 crown and advances to the 2014 MN American Legion State Tournament !!!!|
|Tuesday, 7/29/14||4th District Banquet (see info below) - All parents, family, friends welcome! Contact Deb Fredrickson regarding tickets!|
|Minnesota State Tournament: (see State section below -- and theState Tournament page, for most up-to-date schedule / score information)|
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Again this year, 15 "Sub-State Playoff Tournaments" will be held across Minnesota, instead of 10 District tournaments -- eliminating the past practice of multiple teams from certain District playoff tournaments earning berths in the State Tournament. (In addition to the 15 Sub-State Champions, the State Tournament Host team (Eagan in 2014), automatically receives a berth, which rounds the State Tournament field out to 16 teams.)
4th District teams have been assigned to two different Sub-State playoff tournaments:
Sub-State 7 participants include: North St. Paul, Hamline Purple, Hamline Red and Rosetown, along with Oakdale, Mahtomedi, and West St. Paul from District 3, and Fridley Eagle Gold (Totino-Grace) from District 10. (The Tournament Director is Steve Jones.)
Sub-State 8 participants include: Maplewood Green, Tri-City Red, Tri-City Maroon, and White Bear, along with Tri-City Blue (St. Anthony), and Lino Lakes (Centennial) from the 10th District, as well as Stillwater and Forest Lake from the 3rd District. (The Tournament Director is Gail Kalata.)
View and/or Print:
2014 Sub-State 8 Tournament Bracket
Sub-State 8 Team Roster Program
(Field designations and game times/dates are subject to change)
To view the
complete tournament schedule in table format, as well as other
information (e.g., SS #7 bracket),
Visit the District 4 Page within this Site
(To return to this page, use the "back" button on your browser.)
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2014 Minnesota State Tournament
The 89th Annual Minnesota State American Legion Baseball Championship Tournament will be hosted by Eagan. Play begins on Friday, August 1, 2014 and continues through Monday, August 4, 2014. Team check-in will take place on Thursday, July 31, 2014, with the annual banquet being held that evening.
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The Regional American Legion Tournament will be held as follows:
Central Plains: Fargo, ND Thursday, 8/7/14 - Monday, 8/11/14
(Note, beginning in 2011, National began assigning both the Minnesota State Champ and the Minnesota State Runner up to the
Central Plains Regional, whereas, previously, Champ was assigned to Central Plains and Runner-Up was assigned to Great Lakes.)
For more information on the Regional Tournaments, visit Fargo's official web site, or take this link to the National American Legion Baseball Web Site.
The 2014 (88th) American Legion World Series will be held in Shelby, NC on Thursday, August 14, 2014 through Tuesday, August 19, 2014.
NOTE: In 2014, ESPNU will broadcast the championship game LIVE. Therefore, the World Series will be a pool play tournament,
running over six days (instead of being a five-day double-elimination tournament. The Shelby reporting date is Tuesday, August 12th, with
teams being transported directly to Shelby from their repsective Regional tournaments.)
For more information on the 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
46th Annual Fourth District American Legion Baseball Banquet:
|46th Annual 4th District American
Legion Baseball Banquet
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
North St. Paul Post 39
2678 East 7th Avenue, North St. Paul 55109
PREGAME: 6:00 p.m.;
DINNER & AWARDS PROGRAM: 7:00 p.m.
COST: $12.00 / person
Parents, family & Friends: Contact Deb Fredrickson for Tickets!
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