Tryouts were held during August and September to determine travel squads for 2019. An additional tryout will be held for 10U/9U players early next year.
10U & 11U - $325
13U - $350
14U & 15U - $375
Fees cover the costs of playing travel baseball: Field rental, umpires, registration for tournaments and the Gopher State Baseball League, baseballs and insurance.
For more about the GSBL, visit www.myas.org.
UPDATE: Several roster adjustments have been made to better align with the numbers of kids we have signed up for the 2019 season. Please see those changes below:
The St. Cloud Blue Sox have announced 2019 rosters for teams at the 10U, 11U, 13U, 14U and 15U levels. They were compiled off tryouts held Aug. 21 and 23 and a supplemental tryout on Sept. 15.
Players must use the registration link on this page to reserve their roster spots with at least a down payment by Nov. 1.
The teams are as follows, with players in alphabetical order:
15AA -- Vincent Bertram, Talen Braegelman, Henry Bulson, Ben Condon, Jackson Henderson, Nicholas Jackson, John Kaczor, Jaden Mendel, Peyton Randall, Joshua Russell and Nolan Widman. (Head coach: Ruth Kaczor)
14AAA -- William Allenspach, Andrew Finneman, Tim Gohman, Brandon Hemmer, John Kinzer, Arik Nikolas, Ryder Petersen, Ivan Santiago, Davis Scheskie, Brayden Schmitz, Tanner Staller, Joseph Towne, Jaiden Tretter and Bryce Vasek. (Head coach: Kevin Allenspach)
13AA -- Jack Gagliardi, Lorenzo Garcia, Jordan Johnson, Owen Kiffmeyer, Noah Kinzer, Leo Kramer, Sebastian Layer, Ryleigh Rowbottom, Joey Siats and Josh Vogel. (Head coach: To be determined)
11AA -- Owen Fradette, Carter Heiser, Gabe Hughes, Ryan Liebrenz, Owen Nystedt, Shayne Poole, Jack Staller, and Matt Witte. (Head coach: Dan Heiser)
10AA -- Keenan Carlson, Theran Carlson, Jonah Laumeyer, Benjamin Marohl, Isaac Miller, Jackson Nikodym, Ben Telega and Alex Towne. (Head coach: Ryan Carlson)
(Note: A subsequent 10U/9U tryout will be early in 2019, and some teams have a few roster spots available. For more information, contact Blue Sox president Corey Bertram at 320-249-4615 or email@example.com.)
The St. Cloud Travel Baseball Association (SCTBA) began in 2006 (incorporated as a non-profit organization in 2008) as an initiative to provide St. Cloud area youth an opportunity to challenge themselves to become better baseball players, better athletes and better people by playing competitive baseball.
SCTBA is a competitive travel baseball program for kids who want to experience a higher level of competition, furthering their development while having fun in a disciplined environment. This is not a recreational (house) league. Our teams play surrounding communities in league play. SCTBA has experienced tremendous growth since 2006 when we fielded one 11U team.
The St. Cloud Blue Sox compete in the Gopher State Baseball League, providing St. Cloud area kids their most competitive and challenging baseball experience. Since 2006, our teams have qualified for and won state championships at many age levels. Our goal is to develop well-balanced teams with kids playing at the level best-suited for their ability.
The St. Cloud Travel Baseball Association would like to thank the Minnesota Twins Community Fund for its previous support.
The Blue Sox received a Coaching Grant for the 2014 season. It allowed us to help with the expenses of student-coaches.
SCTBA continues to pursue other grant possibilities from the Twins Community Fund and other sources.
The St. Cloud Blue Sox offer competitive travel baseball opportunities for players ages 9 to 15.
Since the program's inception, almost 700 players have appeared in uniform for the Blue Sox.
If you're interested in learning more about the organization, and to make sure you are notified as to our tryouts in the fall, contact a board member using the information under the "Board" link at the top of this page.
If you are a player from a neighboring community and wish to play Blue Sox Travel Baseball, you are eligible to play without waiver if your home community does not provide you a Gopher State opportunity (such as if you don't make their Gopher State travel team(s) or your home community does not have a team at your age level). However, in order to play Blue Sox Travel Baseball without waiver, you must at least try out for your home community's team. If you do not try out for your home community's Gopher State Travel team, you may not play Blue Sox Travel Baseball without a waiver from your home community.