Cooperstown Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction - Sun, Jan 25th
Cooperstown Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction
When: January 25, 2015
Where: Neisen's Bar in Savage
We are also selling raffle tickets for some great prizes - a Combat Portent G3 bat or a pair of UrBeats earbuds by Dre. Cost is $5/each or 5/$20. Raffle tickets for a Wine Wall will also be available the night of the event.
Any questions or to purchase tickets - contact Ang Faith at email@example.com
MBL Families save 20% OFF your entire purchase 12/12-14 & 12/19-21 at your neighborhood Sports Authority location! The HOLIDAYS are pretty much here! It’s time to get your gifts purchased!! So, shop with us and SAVE 20% on your entire purchase! Check out our HUGE TOY AISLE! You can find a gadget for everyone in the group! We also carry a huge assortment of shoes, sweats, heat gear, cold gear, stylish socks, golf clubs, golf balls, bikes, boots, hats, gloves and more!!
We are your onestop shop with EASY PARKING!! Please print the attached coupon or show on your Smartphone and redeem in store. You may use your coupon repeatedly throughout the valid dates! As always, Sports Authority looks forward to serving you and appreciates your business!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING BAT RULES CHANGE FOR 10-U
For the 2015 MBL/MBT Season the Bat Rules will remain the same as 2014 EXCEPT the new 10-U bat rules for MBL/MBT are:
"Bats must be 2 1/4" with unlimited weight differential or bats must be between 2 1/2" and 2 3/4" and have a -10 differential or less (i.e. 30" - 20.0 oz.)"
For the 2015 MBL/MBT season all bats in the 10-14 year old age group, big barrel bats must have the NEW USSSA approved 1.15 BPF stamp on its taper, Babe Ruth Approved 1.15 BPF stamp or BBCOR stamp. For small barrel bats (2 1/4"), 10-13 year olds use all of the above stamps or you can also use bats that have the old approved USSSA 1.15 mark or it can have any 1.15 stamp on the bat. 15 year olds must use a BBCOR (Batted Ball Coefficient or Restitution).
Youth 1st is a non-profit organization that believes young people are a community's most valuable resource. They attend different sporting tournaments throughout the year, asking officials to vote after each game on which team showed the best sportsmanship. The officials vote and the scores are tallied up. Youth 1st attended the games at the Owatonna Tournament a few weeks ago, and BTB's 15A Silver received the most votes.
On Saturday July 19 Youth 1st presented 15A Silver a team plaque and each player received a certificate as well as a ticket to a Minnesota Twins game. Congrats 15A!
Congratulations to the 15AAA team as they won MBT and Gopher State these past two weekends, and won big at the 15AAA Play Ball! Minnesota Championship Game on July 22. A great way to finish out their careers as BTB players!