Wisconsin's largest adult amateur baseball league. The league
started in 1929 and now has grown to 44 teams in south-central
The 2014 Dugout Club Winter Baseball Banquet has been set for Martin Luther King Jr Day on Monday, January 20, 2014 at the Madison Marriott West Hotel in Middleton.
The 34th annual Monona Home Talent Doubles Tournament will be held on four consecutive weekends, beginning Saturday, January 11th, at Village Lanes in Monona. Squad times are 12:30 and 3:00 on Saturdays and 12:30 on Sundays. It is a sanctioned tournament and costs $40 per doubles entry. First place prize is $1,000 based on 350 entries. Handicap is 80% based on a cumulative average of 460. High averages from the 2012-13 season will be used unless someone is 15 pins higher with 21 games bowled this season. Those individuals with no current or previous year average will use either 175 (women) or 200 (men).
Please call Village Lanes at 222-7361 to make reservations.
Itís Just a Game is the debut book from author
Brian Carriveau. Written about the Home Talent League amateur
baseball circuit in Wisconsin, Itís Just a Game
is being published by Winners Success Network with a release date
of May 2012 and can now be ordered at BrianCarriveau.com.
About the book:
Meet the people that kindle the flame of baseball as Americaís
pastime in Itís Just a Game.
Theyíre not just baseball players. From blue collar to
white collar, theyíre police officers, teachers, delivery
drivers, insurance salesmen, and people you meet on the
street every day. On their evenings and weekends, they spend
their time chasing the goal of every player in Wisconsinís
Home Talent League, to win a championship.
Trying to execute the perfect sacrifice bunt is only part
of their worries. Life doesnít stop for baseball. Along
the way, they deal with everything from small-town politics
to the death of a loved one. But the one thing they all
have in common is the love of the game.
pro's play for the money, and player's in the minors play for
possible fame, but Wisconsin Amateur Baseball player's play for
the "love" of the game."
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