Metro Baseball League

Founded in 1992, the Metro Baseball League is a non-profit organization created and existing solely to serve youth baseball in the Twin Cities metro, Southern Minnesota, and Western Wisconsin.

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Baseball has a lot of rules.  Let's learn together!
Check out this page throughout the year for rules talk and answers to common rules questions.

All coaches and any adults planning to be on the bench during  games this season MUST have a concussion training certificate (no more than 3 years old) and a Safe Sport abuse prevention training certificate (no more than 3 years old) on file with their association.  Links to FREE training courses are below.

CDC Concussion Training

USA Baseball Safe Sport Abuse Prevention Training

Clicking on this link leads you to the USA Baseball/Sport Development website. The course that you need to take to become certified is the “Abuse Awareness for Adults” course.

In order for coaches to add players, asst coaches and managers to a roster, those players must be registered in the MBL system.  The links below will explain the process of having parents register their player(s) and how coaches can then add players to their rosters. Individuals only need to register one time, but all players must have their own individual usernames/registrations. For returning coaches, most of your players are most likely already in the system. Double registrations will cause issues; any efforts to avoid this are appreciated.

How to Register

How to Add Players to Roster

How to Add Coaches/Managers to Roster

2024 MBL LEAGUE CALENDAR
(Subject to change and pending Travel Directors' approval)