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2003 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

The American Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Jagermeister's
The Jagermeister's were coached by Jeff Beatty and consisted of: Duane Miller, Tom Brazill, Joe Robinett, Ryan Aldred, Clark Garner, Mike Herrera, Patirck Hardy, Tryo Lee, Lance Lee, Kelly Payne, Nate Peip, Billy Trujillo, Durven Wilson and Joe Woodland.

 
The National Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Pirates 
The Pirates were coached by Mark Pappas and consisted of: Ralph Arnold, Greg Bonner, Dave coleman, Brady Field, Rob Ganser, Ned Heitz, Fransisco Mendoza, Randy Miles, Darrell Newman, Mike Page, Ivan Paz, Ray Wanlass, David Wright and Mark Krueger
 
 

2004 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

The Champions for the Spring Season were the Brewers
The Brewers coached by Joe Sandavol consisted of: Troy Doezie, Zachary VanDyken, Nathan Jack, Kent Clifford, Brett Pearce, Duane Lee, Brandee Mortensen, Sean Hendricks, John Lamb, Jim Scarcelli, Wes Kroon, Dave Gallegos, Joe Robinson, Don Sandavol, Nic, Nicholson, John Arsenault, Don Carpenter and Dave Draper. 
 
 

The American Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Team Jack Daniel's
The Team Jack Daniel's coached by Jeff Beatty consisted of: Chris Hansen, Tom Brazill, Olegorio Tolentino, Nathan Piep, Michael Herrera, Billy Trujillo, Dustin Dinkel, Jeff Platt, Patrick Hardy, Clark Gardener, Lance Lee, Greg Woods, Durven Wilson.


The National Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Mudcats
The Mudcats coached by Craig Goff consisted of: Duane Lee, Matt Szwedko, Bryan Hansgen, John Lamb, Mike Carroll, Zach Van Dyken, Lance Short, Thane Woodard, Ryan Mathewson, Travis Bennett, Nolan Skibby, Chris Noble, Doug Bradfield and Scott Anderson.


2005 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

The American Division Champions for the Spring Season were the Salt Lake Fury
 
The SL Fury coached by Brett Blackburn consisted of: Mark Young, Scot DeBenedictus, Greg Roumpos, Jake Loader, Duane Privett, Daniel McRae, Duane Webb, Tony Rice, Danny Umphlett, Jeff Grossaint, Danny, Slagowski and Dave DeBenedictus.
 

The National Division Champions for the Spring Season were the Tooele Dodgers
The Tooele Dodgers coached by Ray Clinton conststed of: Derek Jackson, Mike Marquez, Gared Marvell, Jeremy Ward, James Wright, Dave Maycock, Brandon Shields, Casey Allie, Rob Jensen, Brad Stickler, Shane Maycock, Steve Swartzfager, Todd Hoskins and Gary Perea


The American Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Salt Lake Fury
The SL Fury coached by Brett Blackburn consisted of: Jake Smith, Mark Young, Edwardo Naffate, Scott DeBenedictus, Greg Roumpos, Duane Privett, Jeff Grossaint, Danny Umphlett, Danny Slagowski, Jake Loader, Duane Webb, Tony Rice, Dave DeBenedictus and Daniel McRae.
 

The National Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Tooele Dodgers
The Tooele Dodgers coached by Ray Clinton consisted of: Casey Allie, Derek Jackson, James Wright, Shane Maycock, Mike Fawson, Jason Friz, Todd Hoskins, Gared Marvell, Dave Maycock, Brandon Shields, Rob Jensen,  Carlos Bargoza, Derik Judd and Wade Anderson.
 
 

2006 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

The American Division Champions for the Spring Season were the Superior HC Dodgers
The Superior HC Dodgers coached by Marty Hoelscher consisted of: Andy Baker, Kevin Bauer, Mark Burke, Patrick Harrington, Mickey Hoelscher, Paul Lovato, Donald Moerman, Kyle Moore, Scott Rose and Marty Wood.




The National Division Champions for the Spring Season were the Buzzards
The Buzzards coached by Dave Gruenewald and Curtis Holt consisted of: Jason Bourgeois, Brian Ely, Dabid Fericks, JB Holland, Brad Magee, Tony Mendez, Ben Miller, Jason Montoya, Tony Peterson, Joe Robinson, Dan Withey and Mike York.



 
The American Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Giants
The Giants coached by Henry Solorzano, consisted of: Carlos palomo, Bill Naylor, Mike Jones, Mathew Prither, David McQuistion, Brad Atwood, Keith Hess, Ron Romero, Don Hayes, Dave Minter, Chris Mason and Greg schmidt.

 

 
The National Division Champions for the Fall Season were the Buzzards
The Buzzards coached by Dave Gruenewald and Curtis Holt, consisted of: Mike York, Brian Ely, Brad Magee, Jason Burgeois, Tony Mendez, Tony Peterson, Jason Montoya, Dan Withey, J.B. Holland, Ben Miller, David Fericks and Joe
Robinson
 

2007 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

The 25+ National Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Tooele Dodgers
The Tooele Dodgers were coached by Ray Clinton and consisted of: Casey Allie, Lynn Allie, Ryan Carlsen, Curt Cullen, Make Fawson, Brady Field, Craig Goff, Shane Maycock, Randy Miles, Chris Roberts, Ray Wanlass, Jeremt Ward, and Tim Webster.
 
 
The 28+ Divison Champions for the Spring Season are the Giants.
The Giants were coached by Henry Solorzano and consisted of: Brad Atwood, Ted Billick, Dave Eaton, Keith Hess, Mike Jones, Creed Lujan, Dave McQuiston, Tim Milkwick, Dave Minter, Bill Naylor. Carlos Palomo, Ron Romero, Jason Sanchez, Jason Silva, carlos Solorzano, greg Wojtkun
 
 
The 25+ National Divison Champions for the Fall Season are the SLC Lugnuts.
 The SLC Lugnuts were coached by Stuart Wallin and consisted of: Mike Jack, Mike Lewis, Stuart Wallin, Wick Udy, Mark Krueger, Bryce Blanchard, Dave Eaton, Skyler Wallin, Jon Eaton, Jeremt Webster, Adrian Orme. (not pictured; Sean Lee, Jeff Rossi, Mike Davis)
 
 
The 28+ American Divison Champions for the Fall Season are the Padres.
 The Padres were coached by Steve Proffit and consisted of: Shawn Woodley, Jeff Huff, Alan Keate, Kevin Shaw, Kris Phillips, Mike Larrabee, Brad Hill, James Evans, Jason Strong, Kenny Wagner, Craig Gandolph, Jeremy McKinny, Chris Beames, Tony Dimeo, Joe Dimeo, Mike Felion
 
 
 
The 28+ National Divison Champions for the Fall Season are the Utah Braves. 
 The Utah Braves were coached by Brett Pearce and consisted of: Nate Miller, Andrew Ortiz, Todd Wilburger, Greg Panfiloff, Dave Carter, Justin Jones, Wes Kroon, Shaun Taylor, Nick Nicholson, Chris Mills, John Wood, Brent Craig, and Matt Kroon.
 
 

2008 Utah MSBL 20th Anniversary Champion Teams

The 25+ American Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Ogden Vipers.
The Ogden Vipers were coached by Charlie Stevenson and Bart Rupe. The team consisted of: Brady Bovero, Dylan Hunt, Joey Martin, Tim Grant, Jake Muir, Jeff Schultz, Colton Jackson, Chad Gibson, Glen Wickham, Zach Wood, Derrick Jackson, Todd Nebeker and Jared Stimpson (not in photo).
 
 
The 25+ National Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Diamondbacks.
The Diamondbacks were coached by Brett McDermaid. The team consisted of: Dusty Hanson, Dylan Dewaters, Zek Alvarado, Zake Banard, Eric Wallace, Sam Swenson, Derk McDermaid, Tyler Dabo, Tommy Vest, Jarad Burkamn, Travis Bright and Jake Peterson (Zach Rappleye, John Gordan, Pat Johnson not in photo).
 
 
The 28+ Saturday Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Cubs.
The Cubs were coached by Todd Fuller and Larry Buhler. The team consisted of: David Hall, James Parker, Jason Richards, Keith Joseph, Dave Jenkins, Kevin Waite, Ken Strong, Russell Page, Jared Smith, Brandon Wixom, (Todd Fuller, Blake Snow, Brandon Jensen, Troy Wixom, Mark Baldwin not in photo).
 
 
The 28+ Sunday Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Utah Rockies.
The Utah Rockies were coached by Gary Bowman, Mike Moore and Lance Lee. The team consisted of: Derek McPherson, Alan Black, Rob Thompson, Mike Miescier, Tony Ortiz, Eric Hancock, Katy Smythe, Billy Turjillo, Danny Tarasevich, Bob Charleson (Lance Lee and Alex Cabrero not in photo).
 
 
The 25+ American Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Giants.
The Giants were coached by Henry Solorzano. The team consisted of: .
 
 
 
The 25+ National Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Athletics.
The Athletics were coached by Dean Murphy and Brian Wyllie. The team consisted of: Richie Webster, Carlos Moriera, Taryn Herrera, Zach VanDykan, Chuck Taylor, Matt Logan, Justin Oliver, Owen Curtis, Ray Clinton. (not pitctured, Sammy VanDykan, Mike Logan, Casey Allie, Lyn Allie, Derek Hedquist and Virgil Pena)
 
 
 
The 28+/35+ Central Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Giants.
The Giants were coached by Henry Solorzano. The team consisted of: .
 
 

2009 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

The 25+ American Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Black Sox.
The Black Sox were coached by Randy Miles. The team consisted of: Randy Miles, Ray Wanlass, Chad Foster, Matt Sundquist, Francisco Mendoza, Brady Field, Duane Lee, Mark Sundquist, Kent Clifford, Craig Aramki, Mark Pappas, Jerry Bogucki, and Greg Bonner.
 
 
  
The 25+ National Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Diamondbacks.
The Diamondbacks were coached by Brett McDermaid. The team consisted of: Dylan DeWaters, Jared Breeze, Mike Davis, Pat Wells, Brett McDermaid, Jake Waldrum, Jon Waldrum, Dave Peterson, and Jared Larson (Tyler Dabo, Jared Burkman, Travis Bright, Sam Swenson, Seth King, Eric King, Trevor Eastman, and Korey Drew not in picture).
 
 
  
The 35+ Central Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Evil Empire.
The Evil Empire were coached by Joe Sandoval. The team consisted of: Kyle Price, Joe sandoval, Chad Foster, Marty Olson, Chuck Williams, Dave Coleman, Kevin Price, Jared Bates, Dewey Kettering, Dave Wright and Glen Golin.
 
 
 The 25+ American Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Salt Lake Devils.
The Salt Lake Devils were coached by Danny Umphlett. The team consisted of: Matt Privett, Tony Dimeo, Joe Dimeo, MAtt Messerly, Danny Umphlett, Damon Savage, Jeff Cole, Ryan O'Keefe, Chad Bryce, Dave Martinez, Jesse McAlister, Zak Privett, Duane Privett (Josh Mousley, Mike Mietchen, Adam Hinnerman, Brad Thomas, Derrik Gallegos not in picture).
 
 
 
 
The 25+ National Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Spartans.
The Spartans were coached by Ray Clinton. The team consisted of: Ray Clinton, Chris Robert, Taryn Herrera. Skyler Wallin, Brenden Powell, Ryan Whitehead, Dave Eaton, Bryce Blanchard, Adrian Orme, Jeff Schultz, and Brian Madlung.
 
 
The 35+ Central Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Red Sox.
The Red Sox were coached by Mike & Travis Burgess. The team consisted of: Travis Burgess, Nathan Jack, Lamar "Buzz" Bowman, Corey Morris, David Peterson, Mike Burgess, Andy Carstensen, Jake Perkins, ALma Marcum, Nick Hasna, Dave Gant (Jimmy McKenna, Jerod Billings not in picture).
 
 
 

2009 National MABL/MSBL Hall Of Fame Trophy

Gary Bowman is inducted into the Nationl MABL/MSBL Hall Of Fame
 
Gary Bowman was inducted into the Hall of Fame on October 31st, 2009. Gary was the fasted inductee into the National MABL/MSBL Hall of Fame in the History of the Organization.
Gary became the President of the Utah MSBL in 2003 with twelve teams in the league, and played only a fall season, as of 2010 there are 27 teams invovled in the Utah MSBL and they now play a Spring season and a Fall season.
 
 

2010 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

The 25+ Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Spartans
 The Spartans were coached by Ray Clinton. The team consisted of: Casey Getzelman, Ray Clinton, Brian Madlung, Ryan Whitehead, Brendan Powell, Skyler Wallin, Dave Eaton, Adrian Orme, Bryce Blanchard, Jeff schultz, Chris Robert.





The 35+ Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Evil Empire
 The Evil Empire were coached by Joe Sandoval. the team consisted of:






The 25+ American Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Cardinals
 The Cardinals were coached by Trent Hickman. The team consisted of: Tommy Anderson, Andrew Pjeter, Anthony Stevens, Matt Sundquist, Kole Shepherd, Jerry Bogucki, Mark Sundquist, Mike Dunn, Neil Sundquist, Tyson Schvaneveldt, Joseph Kelsey, Trent Hickman, Daniel Swick (Brandon Wheeler, Joel Bogucki not pictured)
 
 
 
 
The 25+ National Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Spartans
 The Spartans were coached by Ray Clinton. The team consisted of: Ray Clinton, Casey Getzelman, Bryce Blanchard, Brian Madlung, Brendan Powell, Skyler Wallin, Jeff Schultz, Adrian Orme, Chris Robert, Alex Herrera, Taryn Herrera. (not pictured; Rob Sears)
 
 
 
 
The 35+ American Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Cubs
 The Cubs were coached by Todd Fuller. The team consisted of: Larry Buhler, Jared Byrd, Chris DeWaal, Todd Fuller, John McLaughlin, Hector Zapata, Jose Zapata, Juan Zapata, Dave Jenkins (Russ Toronto not pictured)
 
 
 

The 35+ National Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Black Sox
The Black Sox were coached by Randy Miles. The team consisted of: Chad Foster, Nate Tebbs, Mark Krueger, Randy Miles, Francisco Mendoza, Brett Pearce, Brady Field, Dave Carter, Kent Clifford, Mark Sain, Greg Bonner, (James Maynard, Jared Fernandez, Jarhad Bonner, Danny Paweleke, not pictured)

 
 
 

 

2010 35+ WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS

The Utah Black Sox, coached by Randy Miles
 The team consisted of: Dave Carter, Brett Pearce, Ray Wanlass, Skyler Wallin, Mark Sain, Victor Valdez, Danny Paweleke, Chad Foster, Gary Bowman, Brady Field, Randy Miles, Tony Peterson, Cale Shepherd, Mike Moore, Francisco Mendoza, Wes Kroon, and Tony Mendez.

2011 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

 

The 25+ American Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Utah Rounders.
The Utah Rounders were coached by Chad Johnson. The team consisted of: Tyson Kinyon, Tyler Wartman, Ray Wanlass, Justin Severson, Danny Ackerman, Doug Mackay, Shawn Peterson, Cody Meryhew, Wes Kroon. (not pitctured, Spenser Matheson, Chad Foster, Clay Meryhew, Randy Miles, Steven Oldham, Greg Moffett)
 
 
The 25+ National Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Diamondbacks.
The Diamondbackas were coached by Brett McDermaid. The team consisted of: Wes Kroon, Patrick Wells, Mike York, Jarad Breeze, John Waldrum, Cale Shepherd, Tony Mendez, Jeremy Daniel, Matthew Harris, Brandon Christiansen. (not pitctured, Dylan DeWaters, Jake Waldrum, Zachary Van Dyken)
 
 
 
The 35+ Saturday Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Utah Blacksox.
The Utah Blacksox were coached by Mark Sain. The team consisted of: Marcus Trinite, Dean Murphy, Mark Pappas, Brian Hangson, Sean Kennedy, Dave Coleman, Mark Krueger, Danny Pawelek, Doug Bodily, Kent Clifford, Blaine Olson.
 
 
 
The 35+ Sunday Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Pirates.
The Pirates were coached by Randy Miles. The team consisted of: Dave Carter, Chad Foster, Greg Bonner, Ray Wanlass, Marty Olsen, Francisco Mendoza, Ty Fairbourn, Brady Field, Brett Pearce, Mark Krueger. (not pitctured, Jarhad Bonner, Jim Maynard, Todd, Wilberger, Ned Heitz )
 
 
 
The 25+ Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Diamondbacks.
The Diamondbacks were coached by Brett McDermaid. The team consisted of: Wes Kroon, Patrick Wells, Mike York, Jarad Breeze, Tony Mendez, Jeremy Daniel, Mathew Harris, Brandon Christiansen, Dave Eaton, Justin Severson, Skylar Wallin, Casey Getzelman, Tyler Wartman, Adrian Orme.
 
 
 
The 35+ American Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Yankees.
The Yankees were coached by Doc. The team consisted of: Bill Naylor, Bryce Harding, Jared Syme, Joseph Syme, Joe Syme, Jeff Neslen, Wayne Olson, Brad Olson, Nate Hoggan, Willie Wangberg, Ivan Young, James Schmidt, Zeth Docter, Bryan Romero.
 
 
 
The 35+ National Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Pirates.
The Pirates were coached by Randy Miles. The team consists of: Cale Shepherd, Chad Foster, Mark Kueger, Brady Field, Ray Wanlass, Brett Pearce, Dave Carter, Francisco Mendoza, Jones Maynard, Justin Jones, Ty Fairbourne, Greg Bonner, Greg Bird.
 
 
 
 

2012 Utah MSBL Champion Teams

 

The inaugural 18+ Spring Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Salt Lake Lugnuts.
The Salt Lake Lugnuts were coached by Stuart Wallin. The team consisted of: Brendan Powell, Bryce Blanchard, Jon Eaton, Dave Eaton, Brian Madlung, Skyler Wallin, Stuart Wallin, Adrian Orme, Sean Dean, Austin Edgar, Casey Getzelman

  

 

The 25+ Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Utah Rounders.
The Utah Rounders were coached by Chad Johnson. The team consisted of: Greg Moffitt, Danny Ackerman, cole anderson, clay Meryhew, doug Mackay, Tyson Kinyon, Vic Valdez, Hector Lombana, chad Johnson, Justin Severson.
 

 

 

The 35+ Saturday Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Salt Lake Athletics.
The Salt Lake Athletics were coached by . The team consisted of: Mark Pappas, Dean Murphy, Richie Webster, Marcus Trinity, Sean Kennedy, Danny Umphlet, Dave Gruenewald, Virgil Pena, Justin Oliver, Ben Miller, Dave Benkert, David Gibbon.
 

 

 

The 35+ Sunday Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Pirates.
The Pirates were coached by Randy Miles. The team consisted of: Ty Fairbourne, Chris Robert, Cale Shepherd, Brett Pearce, Donovan Ramsay, Chad Foster, Jason Borgeous, Greg Bonner, Francisco Mendoza, Ray Wanlass, Randall Miles, Dave Carter.
 

 

 

The inaugural 45+ Wood Bat Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Bronx Bombers.
The Bronx Bombers were coached by Joe Sandoval. The team consisted of: Mark Pappas, Dave Coleman, Joe Sandoval, Mark Steiner, Duane Lee, Steve Proffit, Greg Bonner.  (Not pictured, Brad Hill, Dave Wright)

  

  

The inaugural 18+ Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Salt Lake Heat.
The Salt Lake Heat were coached by Brett McDermaid. The team consisted of: Brandon Christianson, Mike York, Cale Shepherd, Tony Mendez, Pat Wells, Dallas Christison, Jeremy Harris, Chase Wright, Wes Kroon, Tanner Barton, Brett McDermaid.
 

 

 

The 25+ Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Salt Lake Devils.
The Salt Lake Devils were coached by Matt Messerly. The team consisted of: Matt Austin, Tony Dimeo, Mike Mietchen, Jesse McCallister, Joe Dimeo, Jeff Cole, Tim Salisbury, Matt Messerly, Austin Anderson, Eric Spackman, Dustin Fullmer
 

 

The 35+ American Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Yankees.
The Yankees were coached by Doc. The team consisted of: Bryce Harding, AJ Walters, Joe Syme, Nate Hoggan, Chris King, Willie Wangberg, Bill Naylor, Joseph Syme, Byran Romero, James Coates, Zeth Docter, Jim Schmidt, Jeff Neslen, Ivan Young, Doc, Brad Olson, Jared Syme (not pictured Wayne Oslon)

 

 

 

The 35+ National Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Utah Rockies.
The Utah Rockies were coached by Mike Moore. The team consisted of: Lance Lee, Tony Ortiz, Rob Morrison, Matt Kroon, Christian Mickelsen, Derek McPherson, Mike Miescier, Mike Moore, Mike Herrera, Eric Hancock, Alex Cabrero, Ken Gard, Jason Montoya (not pictured: Dustin Dinkel, Andy Lujan, Joe Escudero, Gary Bowman & Joe O'Brien)
 

 

 

The inaugural 45+ Wood Bat Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Bronx Bombers.
The Bornx Bombers were coached by Joe Sandoval. The team consisted of: Bruce Graves, Dave Coleman, Ray Wanlass, Duane Lee, Dave Wright, Greg Bonner, Mark Pappas, Craig Aramaki, Joe Sandoval, Mark Steiner, Brad Hill, Steve Proffit, Tom Campos, Paul (Bubba) Robertson.  (Not pictured: Hector Lombana, Dewey Kettering, Vic Valdez, Joey Hales)

  

 

 

 

 

 

2013 UTAH AABL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS

 

The 18+ Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Salt Lake Heat.
The Salt Lake Heat are coached by Wes Kroon. The team consisted of: Tony Mendez, Mike York, Kesley Kondo, Michael Heeter, Dylan DeWaters, Brandon Christiansin, Jeremy Harris, Brett, McDermaid, Pat Wells, Chase Wrght, Wes Kroon. (not pictured Cale Shephard, Josh Silvernagel) 

   

The 25+ Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Salt Lake Pirates.
The Salt Lake Pirates are coached by Danny Umphlett. The team consisted of: Matt Privett, Jeff Cole, Kort Barney, Jessie McAlister, Jason Gordon, Dave Martinez, Mike Mietchen, Danny Umphleyy, Danny Tarasevich, Duane Privett, Zak Privett, Brandon Archuletta, Todd Privett, Skylar Rigby. (not pictured, Brad Thomas, Tommy Morelli, Chad Bryce, Justin Oliver)

  

The 35+ Saturday Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Black Sox.
The Black Sox are coached by Mark Pappas. The team consisted of: Alex Pappas, Ray Wanlass, Randy Miles, Mike Moore, Joel Bogucki, Bruce Graves, Bryan Hansgen, Mark Pappas, Daron Connely, Dave Howard, Danny Pawelek, Dave Coleman, Kent Clifford, Mark Sain, Blaine Olson (not pictured; Jerry Bogucki)

 

The 35+ Sunday Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Utah Rounders.
The Utah O'Rounders are coached by Chad Johnson. The team consisted of: Scott Snow, Jon Eaton, Dave Eaton, Dave Wright, Tony Peterson, Vic Valdez, Skyler Wallin, Joe Robinson, Cah Johnson, Brian Masking, Wes Kroon

 

The 45+ Wood Bat Division Champions for the Spring Season are the Bronx Bombers.
The Bronx Bombers are coached by Joe Sandoval. The team consisted of: Mark Pappas, Dave Wright, Brady Field, Dave Coleman, Bruce Graves, Lance Lee, Tom Campos, Craig Aramaki, Brad Hill, Randy Miles, Ray Wanlass, Joe Sandoval, Steve Profitt. (not pictured Duane Lee, Greg Bonner, Mark Steiner)

    

The 18+ Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Salt Lake Heat.
The Salt Lake Heat are coached by Wes Kroon. The team consisted of: Josh Slivernagel, Tony Mendez, Matt Kroon, Pat Wells, Brandon Christiansen, Zach Layton, Zach Crane, Devin Hager, Brett McDermaid, Dylan DeWaters, Jeremy Harris, Wes Kroon. (not pictured Kesley Kondo)

  

The 25+ Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Utah Easton.
The Utah Easton are coached by Carlos Barboza. The team consisted of: Brian, Matt, Tiko, Sam, BJ, Gilbert, Josh, Kayson, Mike, Barboza, Palomo, Albert, Ted, Corey, Rada (not pictured; Jeff, Alessander)

 

The 35+ American Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Murray Liberty.
The Murray Liberty are coached by Dewey Kettering. The team consisted of: Brenden Powell, J.D. Rex, Scott Baker, Dewey Kettering, Mark Brousseau, David Ross, Rob Van, Craig Goff, Tom Campos, Kip Davies, Eric James, Joel Ashby (not pictured; Casey Davies, Jim McKenna, Bryan, Heyborne, Tim Hale, Lino Velarde) 

  

The 35+ National Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Black Sox.
The Black Sox are coached by Mark Pappas. The team consisted of: Brad Hill, Mark Pappas, Jerry Bogucki, Joel Bogucki, Tyler Peterson, Kris Phillips, Bruce Graves, Steve Proffit, Blaine Olson, Jeff Huff, Bryan Hansgen, Dave Coleman, Danny Pawelek, Dennis Pawelek, Chris Beames

  

The 45+ Wood Bat Division Champions for the Fall Season are the Crown Royal Rockies.
The Crown Royal Rockies are coached by Randy Miles. The team consisted of: Francisco Mendoza, Dave Howard, Brady Field, Duane Privett, Hector Zapata, Chad Foster, Jose Zapata, Ray Wanlass, Hector Lombana, Greg Bonner, Randy Miles. (not pictured; Lance Lee, Cory Angeroth, Dave Carter, Mike Mescier)

   

 

 

 

 

2013 WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS

 

The 2013 50+ Division WORLD SERIES Champions Utah Pirates
The Utah Pirates are coached by Randy Miles. The team consisted of: Craig Aramaki, Brent McClintock, Danny Pawelek, Brady Field, Duane Lee, Dave Wright, Neil Warner, Phil Young, Chad Foster, Duane Privett, Randy Miles, Dave Carter, Joe Sandoval, Chuck Williams, Brad Hill, Tom Campos, (not pictured Greg Bonner).

  

 

The 2013 60+ Division WORLD SERIES Champions SLC/KC Dodgers.
The Utah Pirates are coached by Marty Hoelscher. The team consisted of:

 

 

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