Note: There was a four way tie for the ninth spot, so we will post eight players and there will be 4 spots open in the spring tryout. We felt this was the best option so all of those players, along with any player who may not have been able to attend tryouts this fall, would still have 4 spots to compete for in the spring instead of posting a full 12-player roster at this time.
Note: There were two players tied for the ninth spot, and given the fact that there will still be two spots available for players to compete for in the spring, we will list 10 players now and still have 2 positions open in the spring tryout.
We are hoping that there is enough interest in traveling baseball within these age groups that we will be able to add second teams to each level after spring tryouts. I will spend time over the next couple of months contacting each of you individually with a summary of your evaluation that will include areas the evaluators felt you did really well in, and areas that you could work on with coaches during open gyms this winter and spring in preparation for earning one of the final spots on these rosters.
Also, the NRBC board is aware of a need to offer more specific details about our traveling program to the club. In the winter digital newsletter, you will find a linked document designed to dispel some of the myths and offer some insight on how the traveling program could be a terrific option for more of our players.
Tier 1 U16AA Champions!
MBL U11AA Tier One Champions!
MBL U12AA Tier Three Champions!!
Congratulations NR Black Babe Ruth Team! They earned second place in their year end tournament!
Congratulations Minors League Champions the Diamondbacks!