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After careful consideration, we will not be holding fall tryouts for the 2016 season. 
After spending the summer talking with other traveling directors, our own coaches, NSPAA, and the Metro Baseball League, we have determined that fall tryouts are likely not going to be in the best interest of the North St. Paul program. A few of the very specific reasons for this decision are:
    - There are, quite literally, no weekends available that do not have a substantial conflict with fall baseball, football, soccer, and/or hockey. 
    -  Many other programs who have been holding fall tryouts are either considering moving back to spring tryouts or have already done so. There are some exceptions, but generally speaking the logistics of fall tryouts, determining who makes the team in the fall, how many spots to leave open for potential spring tryouts, ensuring participation for everyone interested, and planning for a spring tryout for new kids in the program are just a few of the issues. We also heard from many traveling directors who noted that because we are working with young players, the development of each player varies and holding all tryouts at one time in the spring is most fair.
    - Generally, only the largest associations have held fall tryouts. We obviously do not qualify as a large program, in fact we are one of the smallest. We also do not have a big number of people moving into the community like many of the largest associations do. Therefore, it is most advantageous to hold tryouts once (spring only) rather than twice (fall and spring).
    -  We had an even split among our own coaches on what would work best for our program.
So, no fall tryouts this year.
We will be scheduling a few outdoor (weather permitting) fall workouts and several winter indoor workouts as well. Please continue to watch the website and our Facebook page for more details.

Polars 12AAA Team Wins Minnesota Sports Federation ((MSF) State Championship!


Polars traveling baseball  finished the 2015 season on a winning note!

Congratulations to the 12AAA team for winning the Minnesota Sports Federation (MSF) State Championship July 24-26 in Sartell. 

The Polars went 5-0 in the tournament, including throwing a combined no-hitter in their opening game Friday. 

They won the championship game 10-7 vs. St. Louis Park on Sunday afternoon. 

Congratulations to the players, head coach Tom McMahon, assistant coaches and parents for a great finish to the season. 

Way to represent North St. Paul baseball boys!

Volunteers we need your help

Dear parents, we need your help because this league doesn't run all by itself. These are your boys, and your league, so please offer to get involved and help us out. Volunteers are needed at all levels for several open positions including: league directors, fund raising coordinator, equipment manager, secretary, assistant commissioner. No experience necessary, and very little time required.

Please contact Bryan at .

Congratulations North St. Polars 11AA Team!

Congratulations to the North St. Paul Polars 11AA team for winning the New Richmond Tournament the weekend of June 26-28. 

The team went 5-0 in the tournament and beat Chisago Lakes 8-5 in the championship game. 

Way to go Polars! 

Congratulations North St. Paul Polars 14/15A Team!

Congratulations to the North St. Paul Polars 14/15A team for their second place finish in the Blue Earth Junior Pirate Invitational the weekend of June 19-21. With the second place finish, they also earned a berth in the MBL State Tournament. Great job boys!!

Congratulations North St. Paul Polars 12UAAA!

Congratulations to the Polars 12AAA team, which took home the championship hardware in the River Falls tournament the weekend of June 12-14. 

They went 4-0 and defeated Lakeville North in the championship game. 

Great job boys!

Congratulations North St. Paul Polars 11UAA!

Congratulations to the 11AA traveling team for winning the Blaine Invitational Tournament the weekend of May 29-31.

The Polars went 5-0 through the tournament and beat Spring Lake Park in the championship game.

Great effort boys!