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Notable Dates on the CRBL Schedule

  • CRBL All-Star Game – Sunday, July 7th, 2019 at 12:30 hosted by Cadott Red Sox @ Cadott High School Field (The North wins the CRBL All-Star game 6-5 with Paul Petit recieving the MVP)
  • Osseo Hosts CRBL Day – Saturday July 13th @ Jon Soiney Memorial Field (Eau Claire Bears defeat Augusta Athletics 12-0 | Whitehall Wolves defeat Eau Claire Rivermen 14-2| Osseo Merchants defeat Beef River Bullfrogs 11-0)
  • Wildcard Wednesday – July 31st, 2019 – Sites To Be Determined
  • Championship Saturday – August 3rd, 2019 – Site To Be Determined

Rainouts / Reschedules

All rainouts and reschedules will be updated on the website as soon as information is available. Makeup dates are not always immediately known, check the game details for exact information.


CRBL All-Stars Selected

The CRBL All-Star’s have been released for the 2019 All-Star game hosted by the Cadott Red Sox’s. Game time is 12:30 pm on Sunday, July 7th at Cadott High School. See full details here.


2019 Hall of Fame Class

From left to right: Rick Goettl, George Jackson, Steve Fetterly and Art Zwiefelhofer
Photos courtesy of The Chippewa Herald

Recent Results


2019 Season Highlights

May 15th – Paul Petit (Eau Claire Cavaliers) throws a no-hitter and finishes with 16 strikeouts in a 19-0 win over the Cadott Red Sox. The game ended after 7 innings.

May 22nd – Logan Boettcher (Osseo Merchants) throws a no-hitter in a 14-0 win over Beef River Bullfrogs. The game ended after 7 innings.

May 22nd – Tyler Hermann (Eau Claire Cavaliers) goes 5 for 5 in a 12-2 win over the Jim Falls Sturgeons. 

June 15th – Logan Boettcher (Osseo Merchants) throws a one-hitter in a 17-0 win versus the Cadott Red Sox.

June 15th – Luke Eide (Osseo Merchants) throws a one-hitter in a 11-0 win against the Cadott Red Sox.

June 19th – Logan Boettcher (Osseo Merchants) throws a no-hitter in a 10-0 win over Whitehall Wolves.

June 19th – Blake Johnson (Eau Claire Bears) throws a one-hitter in a 10-0 win over Beef River.

June 23rd – Paul Petit (Eau Claire Cavaliers) throws a one-hitter against Beef River Bullfrogs in a 10-0 win.

July 3rd – Paul Petit (Eau Claire Cavaliers) and Corey Fischer (Eau Claire Cavaliers) throw a combined two-hit shutout to defeat the Stanley Slammers 8-0.

July 7th – The North wins the CRBL All-Star game 6-5 with Paul Petit recieving the MVP.


WBA (Wisconsin Baseball Assocation) Host Sites

  • Altoona – Cinder Cidy Park (Hosted by the Eau Claire Bears)
  • Spooner Cardinals
  • Haugen Knights
  • Rib Lake Osprey

    Championship Weekend at Wakanda Park (Hosted by the Menomonie Eagles)

Media Coverage


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