Congratulations to the Rochester Patriots, the
2009 Minnesota State American Legion Baseball Champ.
Rochester will represent Minnesota in the Great Lakes Regional in Appleton, WI.
Congratulations also to Apple Valley, who will represent Minnesota in the
Central Plains Regional in Minnetonka, MN as Minnesota's Runner-up,
to 3rd Place Wayzata,
to all other participants in this year's Minnesota State Tournament, as well as
ALL teams across Minnesota who played American Legion Baseball this summer!
Additional congratulations go to Derek Hovick of Rochester, who was named
the Outstanding Player of the 2009 Minnesota State Tournament, and
to Grand Rapids, who was awarded the 2009 Father Moran Sportsmanship Trophy!
Follow the National Tournaments at www.baseball.legion.org!
Minnesota State Championship Game Score:
Apple Valley 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 3 Rochester 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 11 2
Last Updated: 8/2/09, 6:15 p.m.
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|Regional Tournament Info||Division II Tournament Info||World Series Tournament Info|
|3-Year Tournament Records|
The Annual Division I Minnesota State American Legion Baseball Championship Tournament is being hosted by New Ulm, Minnesota, Thursday, July 30, 2009 through Sunday, August 2, 2009.
Team check-in and photographs (Noon - 3:00 p.m.) will take place on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at the New Ulm Community Center (600 North German Street, New Ulm, MN 56073.) Players and coaches are to be uniformed at check-in for team photographs. Photograph order forms will be provided at that time. For further information about team and tournament photographs, see the photographer's flyer, or visit the web site of Varsity Photos.
The annual banquet will be held that evening (Wed., July 29), in the gym at Martin Luther College (1995 Luther Street, New Ulm, MN 56073; near Center Street & Summit Avenue) -- 6:00 p.m. social hour, 7 p.m. dinner. (Due to road construction in the area, it is recommended that attendees use the school's Summit Avenue entrance.)
Players and coaches will be provided with tickets to the banquet by the tournament committee. Parents, family, friends and fans are welcome to attend. The keynote speaker is Jim Senske, the winningest high school baseball coach in Minnesota. Tickets are $20 each and can be purchased through the following sources:
Toni Breu: 507-354-4368 or
Runnings Farm & Fleet, 507-359-2988
(Click on field name for map)
|Field #1:||Johnson Park (New Ulm)||
|Field #2:||Mueller Park (New Ulm)|
|Field #3:||Essig Ball Park (Essig)|
|Field #4:||Sleepy Eye Field (Sleepy Eye)|
Johnson Park, 5th North Street & German Street, New Ulm, MN 56073;
Mueller Park, 224 3rd North Street, New Ulm, MN 56073;
Essig Ball Park, 250th Street & East Ballpark Street, Essig, MN 56030;
Sleepy Eye Field, 7th Ave. S.W. & School Street S.W., Sleepy Eye, MN 56085
General Information & Area Interest Links:
City of New Ulm City of Sleepy Eye New Ulm Journal web site (sports section) New Ulm Sports Central web site (includes New Ulm weather, and more)
2009 Minnesota State Tournament
Printable Bracket in PDF Format
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team names for Team's Roster and Season Statistics
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(Data is as submitted by each team manager;
differences in the type of data reported between teams is the result of
different reporting formats or the amount of information reported by team manager.)
Click on Post Number for Team Website
Click on District Number for District Tournament Bracket/Results
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|3||St. Paul Park||98||Champion|
|3||Apple Valley 76ers||1776||Runner Up|
|5||Academy Stars||Dist 5||Champion|
|6||Waite Park Silver Stars||428||Champion|
|2||New Ulm Gold||132||Host|
team has a website, please e-mail the URL address for its inclusion above, as
well as in a future Minnesoa team web links page.
For inforrmation on the District structure in Minnesota, visit the Minnesota American Legion Baseball Info page within this site.
the Most Recent Minnesota Statewide Coaches'/Media Poll
(Final Pre-State Tournament Results as of 7/26/09)
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2009 State Tournament Game
Schedule & Results
If Game Date / # is highlighted, click on it to view the full box score and play-by-play narrative.
(See the issues of the Gazette, below, for line scores and highlights of all games):
Tournament Team and Individual Statistics
(Through Sunday, August 2, 2009)
Note: Every effort has been made to try to ensure the accuracy of 2009 game box scores, play-by-play narratives and tournament statistics.
Discrepancies might exist, however, due to missing information and inconsistencies on some score sheets submitted to State Directors.
|Date/Game #||Team||Score||vs. Team (Home)||Score||Time/Field|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-1||District 3 Champ - St. Paul Park||1||District 9 Champ - Fergus Falls||5||9:30 a.m. Field 2|
|Thu, July 20, 2009-2||District 2 Champ - Mankato National||4||District 10 2nd Place - Wayzata||11||12:30 p.m.. Field 2|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-3||District 10 3rd Place - Excelsior||0||District 5 Champ - Academy Stars||2||8:30 a.m. Field 3|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-4||District 4 Champ - Hamline Purple||15||District 8 Champ - Grand Rapids (9 inn's)||4||11:30 a.m. Field 3 (9 inn's)|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-5||District 10 4th Seed - Buffalo||3||District 3 3rd Place - Eagan||7||10:00 a.m. Field 4|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-6||District 1 Champ - Rochester Patriots||8||District 6 Champ - Waite Park||1||1:00 p.m. Field 4|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-7||District 10 Champ - Hopkins||4||District 7 Champ - Willmar||5||10:00 a.m. Field 1|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-8||Host - New Ulm Gold||4||District 3 2nd Place - Apple Valley||5||1:00 p.m. Field 1 (AV won in bottom 9)|
|Thu, July 30, 2009-9||Loser 1 - St. Paul Park (eliminated)||5||Loser 2 - Mankato National||6||4:00 p.m. Field 2|
|Thu July 30, 2009-10||Winner 1 - Fergus Falls||1||Winner 2 - Wayzata||8||7:00 p.m. Field 2|
|Thu July 30, 2009-11||Loser 3 - Excelsior (eliminated)||11||Loser 4 - Grand Rapids (10 innings)||12||3:00 p.m. Field 3|
|Thu July 30, 2009-12||Winner 3 - Academy Stars||6||Winner 4 - Hamline Purple||5||6:00 p.m. Field 3|
|Thu July 30, 2009-13||Loser 6 - Waite Park (eliminated)||4||Loser 5 - Buffalo||8||4:30 p.m. Field 4|
|Thu July 30, 2009-14||Winner 5 - Eagan||1||Winner 6 - Rochester Patriots||8||7:30 p.m. Field 4|
|Thu July 30, 2009-15||Loser 7 - Hopkins (eliminated)||1||Loser 8 - New Ulm Gold||4||4:30 p.m. Field 1|
|Thu July 30, 2009-16||Winner 8 - Apple Valley||9||Winner 7 - Willmar||1||7:30 p.m. Field 1|
|Fri July 31, 2009-17||Loser 14 - Eagan (eliminated)||13||Winner 9 - Mankato National||14||10:00 a.m. Field 1|
|Fri July 31, 2009-18||Winner 11 - Grand Rapids||14||Loser 16 - Willmar (eliminated) (7 innings)||4||10:00 a.m. Field 2|
|Fri July 31, 2009-19||Winner 13 - Buffalo (eliminated)||8||Loser 10 - Fergus Falls||13||1:00 p.m. Field 1|
|Fri July 31, 2009-20||Winner 15 - New Ulm Gold (eliminated)||6||Loser 12 - Hamline Purple||14||1:00 p.m. Field 2|
|Fri July 31, 2009-21||Winner 17 - Mankato National||4||Winner 18 - Grand Rapids (eliminated)||1||4:30 p.m. Field 2|
|Fri July 31, 2009-22||Winner 20 - Hamline Purple||15||Winner 19 - Fergus Falls (eliminated)||11||7:30 p.m. Field 2|
|Fri July 31, 2009-23||Winner 10 - Wayzata||23||Winner 12 - Academy Stars||13||4:30 p.m. Field 1|
|Fri July 31, 2009-24||Winner 16 - Apple Valley||7||Winner 14 - Rochester Patriots||3||7:30 p.m. Field 1|
|Note:||Games 22 and 24 were suspended on Friday night due to rain and completed Saturday morning, with 9 a.m. start time.|
|Sat Aug 1, 2009-25||Winner 21 - Mankato National||4||Loser 23 - Academy Stars (eliminated)||3||10:00 a.m. Field 1|
|Sat Aug 1, 2009-26||Loser 24 - Rochester Patriots||3||Winner 22 - Hamline Purple (eliminated)||0||1:00 p.m. Field 1|
|Sat Aug 1, 2009-27||Winner 25 - Mankato National (eliminated)||6||Winner 26 - Rochester Patriots||12||4:30 p.m. Field 1|
|Sat Aug 1, 2009-28||Winner 23 - Wayzata||4||Winner 24 - Apple Valley||7||7:30 p.m. Field 1|
|Sun Aug 2, 2009-29||Winner 27 - Rochester Patriots||9||Loser 28 - Wayzata (3rd Place)||6||12:30 p.m. Field 1|
|Sun Aug 2, 2009-30||Winner 28 - Apple Valley||3||Winner 29 - Rochester Patriots||4||3:30 p.m. Field 1 (tied 3-3 after 5; won in bottom of the 9th)|
*If necesary, Losers of 23 and 24 could be switched from the originally scheduled teams so as to prevent prior opponents from playing each other again.
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Three-Year Tournament Records (2005 through 2007)
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The 2009 Regional American Legion Tournaments will be held as follows:
Central Plains: Minnetonka, MN Thursday, 8/6/09 - Monday, 8/10/09 Minnesota Sports Network (for Central Plains on-line game broadcast) Great Lakes: Appleton, WI Thursday, 8/6/09 - Monday, 8/18/09
Follow the action at www.baseball.legion.org! (National American Legion Web Site)
(84th) American Legion World Series will be held in
Fargo, ND on
Friday, August 14, 2009 through Tuesday, August 18, 2009.
For more information on the
National Tournaments, visit Fargo's official web site,
or take this link to the National American Legion Baseball Web Site.
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The 20th Annual
Division II Minnesota State American Legion Baseball Championship
Tournament is being hosted by LeSueur-Henderson, Minnesota,
Friday, July 31, 2009 through Sunday, August 2, 2009. Visit the
Division II Tournament through the following links:
|Links to Other Tournament Web Sites
and Related Information
|Minnesota Department of the American Legion|
|National American Legion Baseball Site|
|Other Related Links||Prior Minnesota State Champions, Since 1926|
|Prior Minnesota Outstanding Tournament Players of the Year|
|Other State Department Awards and Trophies|
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