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Burnsville Traveling Baseball′s Website

Welcome to the home of Burnsville Traveling Baseball (BTB). BTB uses this website for all communication with its coaches, parents and players during the season.  

BTB operates under the umbrella of the Burnsville Athletic Club (BAC) and is located in Burnsville, Minnesota. For more information about our association, please visit the “About Us” page.

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2017 BTB Tryout Dates Confirmed
06/08/2016
Tryout dates for the 2017 season of Burnsville Traveling Baseball...
2017 BTB Tryout Dates Set
03/29/2016
Tryout dates for the 2017 season of Burnsville Traveling Baseball...
Bat rules for 2016 BTB season
11/11/2015
BTB families, MBL and MBT, which run the leagues that all Burnsville...
 
2017 BTB Tryout Dates Confirmed

Tryout dates for the 2017 season of Burnsville Traveling Baseball have been officially set for March 16, 18 and 19.

All three tryout sessions will be held at the Savage Dome in 2017, from 5-10 Thursday night, noon to 9 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

ISD 191's spring break next year is slated for March 27-31.

Mark your calendars now and plan accordingly, as tryouts are mandatory.


by posted 06/08/2016
2017 BTB Tryout Dates Set

Tryout dates for the 2017 season of Burnsville Traveling Baseball have been tentatively set for March 16, 18 and 19.

ISD 191's spring break next year is slated for March 27-31.

Mark your calendars now, and we will let everyone know once the dates are confirmed.


by posted 03/29/2016
Bat rules for 2016 BTB season

BTB families,

MBL and MBT, which run the leagues that all Burnsville Traveling Baseball teams play in, have announced bat rules for the 2016 season, and no changes have been made from last year.

Bats with a barrel size of 2 1/4" can have an unlimited weight differential, and bats with a barrel size between 2 1/2" and the max of 2 3/4" must have a -10 differential or less (i.e. 30” length and 20.0 oz. weight).

In the 10- to 14-year-old age group, big-barrel bats must have the NEW USSSA-Approved 1.15 BPF stamp, Babe Ruth-Approved 1.15 BPF stamp or BBCOR stamp on the taper.

For small-barrel bats (2 1/4"), 10- to 13-year-olds can use all of the above stamps and can also use bats that have the old USSSA-Approved 1.15 mark, or it can have any 1.15 stamp on the bat.

15-year-olds must use a BBCOR bat (Batted Ball Coefficient or Restitution).


by posted 11/11/2015
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