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The B.A.L.L. board has decided to move its T-Ball program to the City of Blaine Parks and Recreation T-Ball program for 2015. 
The City of Blaine Parks and Recreation Department has a fully developed T-Ball program, and they welcome our B.A.L.L. T-Ball families. The city has a wide selection of game days to choose from, including daytime or evening options. Visit the Blaine Parks and Recreation Department. Go to the "Online Services" tab to register.
We are in the process of issuing refunds to all T-Ball families who signed up through B.A.L.L. 

Chris Bentrott


Lisa Kauppi

Vice President

B.A.L.L. First Day of Baseball


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Parent Meeting Recap

Thanks to those who joined us for parent meetings. For those who were unable to attend, you can see our presentation on the attached slides. 

B.A.L.L. 2015 Season


Registration is now CLOSED.

Watch for information about the 2016 season beginning in January. 

Free Twins Clinic at BBC


Saturday, May 16, 2015 

9 to 10:30 am – Ages 6 – 9

10:30 am to 12:00 pm – Ages 10 – 16

Full details in the "Training" section of our website. 


B.A.L.L. Spirit Gear

Sweatshirts $50, T-shirts $15

We will be selling B.A.L.L. sweatshirts and t-shirts at evaluations, parent meetings and at the BBC concessions stand throughout the season. 

You can also email us at BlaineAreaLL@gmail.com and we will arrange a time to meet you and facilitate the purchase. 

Thanks for supporting B.A.L.L.!

2015 League Divisions

B.A.L.L. league age by birthdate:

Regular Season

Game Days

Feb. 22 – March 7

Jan. 1, 2011 – Dec. 31, 2011

 Age 4 (T-Ball)

May 26 – July 17



Jan. 1, 2010 – Dec. 31, 2010

Age 5 (Instructional - combined 5/6)

May 18 – July 17



Jan. 1, 2009 – Dec. 31, 2009

Age 6 (Instructional - combined 5/6)

May 18 - July 17



Jan. 1, 2008 – Dec. 31, 2008

Age 7 (Developmental 1)

May 18 - July 17



Jan. 1, 2007 – Dec. 31, 2007

Age 8 (Developmental 2)

May 18 - July 17



May 1, 2005 – Dec. 31, 2006 - Age 9 (Rookie) ** larger group with new rule

May 18 – July 17

Monday - Saturday


May 1, 2004 - April 30, 2005

Age 10 (Minors/Majors)

May 18 – July 17

Monday - Saturday


May 1, 2003 - April 30, 2004

Age 11 (Minors/Majors)

May 18 – July 17

Monday - Saturday


May 1, 2002 - April 30, 2003 

Age 12 (Majors)

May 18 – July 17

Monday - Saturday


April 30th League Age Rule

Ages 13 thru 19 (Prep League)

May 4 -  July 27

Monday - Sunday


Got a Question?

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Send us an email at link below. Please include a phone number with your correspondence.  We will respond to questions within 48 hours.

You can also contact us through our Facebook page.  

Unfortunately, we have come across both personal, and business email addresses that will not accept return emails from our Gmail account.  We want to make sure that you get the info that you need.

Information Coordinator

Information Coordinator

Concussion Information

Concussion prevention, recognition, and treatment is currently the focus of many athletic activities, from youth to professional levels. For more information, click here.



Ever wonder where we came up with the team names for our teams from T-Ball thru Minors like Chinooks, Rox, Mallards, Bombers and Loggers just to name a few. The answer is that we are the only youth league in the midwest that has a partnership with the Northwoods Collegiate League with league offices in Rochester, MN. We are grateful to the Northwoods League for allowing us to use their team logo's, color schemes and team names for our teams at no cost. And some of our teams have been special guests of the league this summer in places like Willmar, St Cloud and Mankato. 


 About the NWL

The Northwoods League is a summer baseball league comprised of teams of the top college players from across the nation and North America. All players in the league must have NCAA eligibility remaining in order to participate. Players are not paid (this preserves their NCAA eligibility).

Each team is operated similar to a professional minor league team, providing players an opportunity to play under the same conditions using wooden bats, minor league specification baseballs, experiencing overnight road trips, and playing nightly before fans in a stadium.

The Northwoods League has more teams, plays more games, and draws more fans than any other Summer Collegiate Baseball League in North America. The League has 16 teams in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, and Ontario. This is its 19th season.

To learn more about this league or to follow your new favorite team check out the league website at :  http://www.northwoodsleague.com/Default.aspx