Teams are full and all leagues are closed for registration.
Any refunds issued are minus the processing fee.
Any questions, please contact Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2017 Traveling Baseball team rosters are listed below.
Players can anticipate being contacted by their respective head coaches as early as the week of March 10.
North St. Paul is committed to having as many players play traveling baseball as possible. Unfortunately, the numbers of players trying out and the number of players permitted on a team limit our ability to secure a spot for everyone.
Any player who did not make a team will be given a full refund less the credit card processing fee. Checks will be sent by Friday, March 17.
Congratulations to the 2017 Polar players!
The traveling baseball program is now seeking interested individuals to serve as commissioner. As needed, the current commissioner will serve as co-commissioner for the 2017 season to assist in the transition.
This is a volunteer position, although participating children from the commissioner's family do not pay the registration fee for the season.
The commissioner is responsible for all aspects of the traveling program, including but not limited to, securing head coaches, managing registrations, overseeing schedule development, overseeing tournament selections, ordering uniforms, setting up and running tryouts (and any winter practices), scheduling umpires and fields for games and practices. The estimated time is 10 hours per week from March - April and then 5 hours per week during the season (May - July). Off-season the time is very limited. The commissioner is also the liaison between NSP traveling baseball and the governing organization.
If you are interested in this position, please email Scott Franzmeier at email@example.com for more details and/or to set up a meeting.
The rec program is looking for a volunteer to be the commissioner. It's an exciting opportunity to be involved in your community. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.