Player and Coach registration for extended season is now open. If interested complete the registration below and check the extended season page for more information. Registration closes on June 20 and rosters will be set by June 30.
A decision on playing games due to inclement weather is made by 4 PM of the day of the contest. If games are not canceled or postponed by that time all teams are asked to report to the fields for the scheduled game. Games will be played if fields are playable as scheduled. Once a game starts it will be played until the umpire deems the field unplayable. Games with umpires that start games will have the completion of 4 innings or the home team leading after 3 1/2 innings considered a complete game.
Fields without umpires are asked to use their best judgement when stopping play due to inclement weather. However, if the league says games are canceled at 4 PM the day of a contest that decision must be followed by all teams.
Welcome to the Blaine Area Little League web site. Everything you need to know about our league can be found here. If you can't find what you are looking for ask our information coordinator for assistance. Thanks for visiting our site.
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
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Where Do Our Players Live?
81% - Blaine
8% - Ham Lake
4% - Coon Rapids
3% - Spring Lake Park
4% - Other Communities
What School District Do Players Live in or attend?
59% - Anoka Hennepin School District
41% - Spring Lake Park School District
Registered Players: 1,068
May 1st thru August 1st
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12410 Aberdeen Street NE, Suite 500, Blaine, MN
T-Ball (4 YO) - 8 Teams
Instructional (5-6 YO) - 20 Teams
Developmental (7-8 YO) - 22 Teams
Rookie (9 YO) - 13 Teams
Minors (10-11 YO) - 10 Teams
Majors (10-12 YO) - 8 Teams
Intermediate (12-13 YO) - 3 Teams
Prep (14-19 YO) - 3 Teams
87 Teams in 2013 ages 4-19