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WHAT IS BEAUMONT BASEBALL?
Beaumont Baseball (formerly Amelia-West End Baseball) is a Little-League-sanctioned baseball league comprised of players within both, the Amelia Little League and West End Little League boundaries (some exceptions may apply), for ages 13-18 (some 12's depending on birth date). The league was formed many years ago when it was determined that neither Amelia nor West End could practically support a league for these age groups separately due to low numbers of registrants. While Little League allows these two leagues to combine players for regular season play when teams are formed, it does not allow players to be combined on tournament teams. Consequently, those players selected for tournament play must play on either the Amelia or West End tournament team depending are where they live.
***IMPORTANT NOTE*** - MEDICAL RELEASE FORMS
January 15, 2017
Please note, MEDICAL RELEASE FORMS MUSTBE COMPLETED. So far 15 players have registered but only 1 completed this form. Please go to the Medical Release link at the upper right corner of the home page and complete the form. Thank you.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
December 28, 2016
Online registration is now open for players ages 12 to 14 (click on the link below to determine league age). Click on the links in the upper right corner of the home page to register online. Each player MUST complete a registration form AND a medical release form.
LOOK WHAT'S HAPPENING AT OUR FIELD NOW!
November 10, 2016
A major improvement is taking place now at our field thanks mainly to the efforts of Brian Cansler, Head of Operations, and Billy Robbins, Head of Field Maintenance (and others). When the work is completed we will have an artificial turf infield. No more wet, muddy baselines, mound, home plate area or infield. Also, a warning track is being created all around the field. Our new field will be the envy of many in the area. Note to all players: if you play on the infield or pitch or catch YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO WEAR METAL CLEATS so keep that in mind if you plan to buy new baseball shoes.
WHAT BAT TO BUY???
November 10, 2016
Parents and players, before you buy a new bat be sure to check the Little League website. We don't want you to buy a bat and then discover it is banned for use by LL. Go to the "coaches" tab on the LL website and you will find a sub-link for "bat information".
July 7, 2016
A big THANK YOU to all the players, parents, coaches, volunteers, sponsors and fans who supported our Junior League in 2016. We could not have done it without your help. A special thanks to Brian Cansler, our league Administrator, and Billy Robbins, Field Maintenance Supervisor, for all their dedicated work in operating the league and keeping the facilities in tip-top shape. A special thanks also to Harold and Laura Michael for their hard work in running the concession stand even when they didn't have parent volunteers to help.
We look forward to doing it again in 2017. It's not too early to volunteer for a board position. Just contact a current board member to volunteer for 2017. The more help we have the easier it is on all of us.
JUNIOR LEAGUE SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT INFORMATION
July 1, 2016
The junior league sectional tournament will be held in Channelview (D17) this year. The contestants will be Beaumont Baseball (D12), Barbers Hill (D 17), NW 45 (D-28) and Bridge City (D32). Pairings for games on July 5 are:
Beaumont Baseball vs. Barbers Hill
Bridge City vs. NW 45
7-5-16 - Unfortunately our team lost to Barbers Hill 9-7 and Bridge City beat NW 45 22-3 so we will play NW 45 in an elimination game on Wednesday, July 6 at 5:30 PM in Channelview. GOOD LUCK guys; get back on the winning track.
7-6-16 - A 13-7 loss to NW 45 ended the tournament hopes for our team for 2016. The players gave it their best effort and we all applaud them for that. Remember, they did go undefeated to win our District 12 tournament. We are proud of you guys. Thanks to Mike Snowden, team manager, and James Ragsdale, coach, for working with these boys and taking their time to do all the preparations necessary to enter a team in the tournament. Thanks also to the parents who helped in any way and went with the team to Channelview.
WE ARE DISTRICT 12 CHAMPS - AGAIN!!!
June 28, 2016
A big CONGRATULATIONS to our Beaumont Baseball Junior League District 12 champions. Last night the bats came alive early and often scoring 10 runs in the first inning against Lumberton and it didn't stop there. They scored 6 more runs in the 2nd inning, 4 more in the 3rd and 1 in the 4th. Final score Beaumont Baseball 21, Lumberton 4 after 4-1/2 innings (mercy rule). Blaine LeBlanc pitched 1-2/3 innings and Eathan Goodman closed it out. Great job guys. Keep it going into the Sectional Tournament (site and other teams TBA).
DISTRICT 12 JUNIOR LEAGUE TOURNAMENT UPDATE
June 26, 2016
6-26-16 - It will be Beaumont Baseball vs. Lumberton in game 1 for D12 championship. A win by our team earns them the championship.
6-24-16 - Beaumont Baseball 18-4 over Silsbee. Championship game Monday, 6/27 vs. winner of game 3 Saturday, 6/25 featuring Silsbee and Lumberton.
6-22-16 - After a slow start and being down 3-1 after 2 innings, the Beaumont Baseball bats came alive in the bottom of the 3rd inning scoring 9 runs including 7 during a two-out rally. They scored 4 more runs in the 4th inning and the defense gave up only 1 more run in the 5th, ending the game with a 10-run rule victory, 14-4 over Lumberton.
BEAUMONT BASEBALL 2016 ALL STAR TEAM
CARDINALS ARE 2016 JUNIOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONS!
June 2, 2016
In a hard-fought game in which neither team gave up, the Cardinals managed to top the Tigers 9-7 Tuesday night to become the 2016 Beaumont Baseball Junior League champions. The Cardinals finished the season with a 12-1 record. Congratulations to both teams.
2016 JUNIOR LEAGUE TOURNAMENT TEAM ANNOUNCED
June 1, 2016
For the first time in many years Beaumont Baseball will be permitted to have one combined tournament team with Amelia and West End Little League players. Following is the list of those players selected to represent Beaumont Baseball in the upcoming District 12 tournament (details later) and hopefully beyond. Best of luck to our team.
Manager - Mike Snowden, Coach - James Ragsdale
Alternates Selected to the Team
BATS FOR JUNIOR LEAGUE
January 19, 2016
I have been getting a few calls about what bats are acceptable for junior league. Here is just one part of the bat rules:
Intermediate (50-70) Division and Junior League
It shall not be more than 34 inches in length; nor more than 2 5/8 inches in diameter, and if wood, not less than fifteen-sixteenths (15/16) inches in diameter (7/8 inch for bats less than 30”) at its smallest part. All composite barrel bats shall meet the Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution (BBCOR) performance standard, and such bats shall be so labeled with a silkscreen or other permanent certification mark. The certification mark shall be rectangular, a minimum of a half-inch on each side and located on the barrel of the bat in any contrasting color.
Big barrel bats are not allowed. For more bat information go to this link:
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WEST END JUNIOR LEAGUE TEAM
August 11, 2015
While we are all disappointed that our West End team didn't make it to the Junior League World Series, we are so proud of their efforts and accomplishments such as:
* Winning 12 straight tournament games and going 4 games into the Regional tournament
* Winning District, Sectionals and Texas East State
* Going further in post-season competition than any other Beaumont Baseball Junior League team
* Going further than any other area Junior League team
So guys, hold your heads high and be very proud of what you did! We know you never gave up and fought to the last out. Be proud to tell others that you were a part of the 2015 Beaumont Baseball West End Junior League team that went as far as you did.
Much thanks also to Manager Brian Cansler and Assistant Coaches Billy Conner and Kenny Sterling. You gave you time and effort to help these guys prepare for the run they had; they couldn't have done it without you.
Thanks also to all the players' parents and any others who helped this team go to Tyler and Rio Rancho. You sacrificed your time and money and for that we are grateful.
GREAT YEAR WEST END JUNIOR LEAGUE TEAM!
JUNIOR LEAGUE REGIONAL TOURNAMENT UPDATE
August 7, 2015
August 7, 2015
West End beat Colorado 12-7 to win game 1 at the junior league regional tournament in Rio Rancho, NM. That is their 10th straight tournament win! WOW! Their next game will be against Tulsa, OK at 4PM cdt. Keep it going team!
CORRECTION- score was 12-5
August 8, 2015
Another win! West End 24-3 over Tulsa. 11 in a row! They play next Sunday, Aug. 9, at 1:00 PM Beaumont time against Texas West. Both teams are now 2 wins, no losses. GO GET EM GUYS!
CORRECTION: TIME WAS CHANGED TO 4 pm BEAUMONT TIME.
August 9, 2015
A tough loss for our team today. Winning 10-6 going into the bottom of the 7th, we were up by 1 with 2 outs and Texas West managed to get the ball through the left side to score 2 runs for the win. Next game tomorrow against either the host team or Louisiana who play at 9 AM. Our game will follow the 9 AM game by about 30 minutes. LET'S GET IT DONE TEAM. GOOD LUCK.
August 10, 2015
The Regional Tournament quest for a Junior League World Series berth ended today for our West End team with a loss to Louisiana, 15-9. They gave it their all and for that we are very proud. Thanks for a great season team.
GREAT ARTICLE ON KBMT 12 BY DAVE HOFFERTH
July 30, 2015
Check this out; nice piece by Dave on Channel 12.
NICE ARTICLE IN BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE JULY 26, 2015
July 27, 2015
SOUTHWEST REGIONAL TOURNAMENT
July 23, 2015
West End will play its first junior league regional tournament game at noon on Friday, August 7, 2015 in Rio Rancho, NM. The tournament consists of 7 teams and they will play Colorado at noon on August 7. Click the link below for more information.
THEY DID IT!!!
July 21, 2015
July 21, 2015
A big CONGRATULATIONS to Manager Cansler, Coaches, Billy Conner and Kenny Sterling and especially all the players for a great state tournament. They beat Post Oak today (again) 12-7 to claim the Texas state title. They have had an astounding run of 9 consecutive wins starting with the D12 tournament then Section 2 and now state. Just amazing! Now it's on to the regional tournament in Rio Rancho, NM starting August 6. That's just one step away from the Junior League World Series in Taylor, MI starting August 16. We wish them the very best as they progress through these games and hope they will end up in Michigan. GOOD LUCK TEAM!
July 19, 2015
Another state win for West End as they won over Lufkin 5-3. Now it's only one win away from the regional tournament. They will play for the state championship on July 21 against the winner of the Post Oak/Lufkin game which will be played on July 20 and need to win only one of possibly two games. LET'S FINISH IT ON TUESDAY TEAM THEN ON TO REGIONALS!
July 18, 2015
West End won their first state tournament game in Tyler today beating Post Oak 4-2. They will play again tomorrow at 8 M vs. either Needville or Lufkin whose game is in progress now. WAY TO GO GUYS!
WEST END WINS SECTION 2 JUNIOR LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
July 13, 2015
Pictured, l to r: Coaches, Billy Conner and Kenny Sterling; Manager, Brian Cansler; Players, Mike Gresham, Justin Smith, Tyler Sterling, Griffin Cansler, Cal Fulton, Harrison Salter, Dylan Essex, Tripp Daleo, Mitchell Breaux and Nick Badon. Not pictured, McKinley Kent
A couple of highlights from the championship game: Cal Fulton and Mike Gresham both hit 2-run homers in the first inning.
July 10, 2015
For the second straight year our West End team swept the Section 2 championship beating Bridge City 9-2. Congratulation to Manager, Brian Cansler, his coaches Billy Conner and Kenny Sterling, and to the entire team. West End scored 40 runs and gave up only 3 in 17 innings over 3 games. This is also the second straight year for Manager Cansler to win both D12 and Sect 2 championships; fantastic accomplishment, congratulations. Now it's on to Tyler for the State tournament. West End will play their first game Saturday, July 18, at 5:00 PM vs. the Section 3 winner. While we may not all be able to go to Tyler, let's show our support for the team by following them on our Facebook page and on this site.
GOOD LUCK TEAM!
July 9, 2015
Bridge City beat Jacinto City so the sectional championship game will feature our West End team vs. Bridge City on Friday, July 10 at 7:30 PM at our field. Since we have not lost a game in the tournament, Bridge City would have to win two games against us to claim the title - not going to happen! NEXT STOP - TYLER!
July 8, 2015
WAY TO GO WEST END! West end pummeled Jacinto City 20-0 in 5 innnings to gain a berth in the junior sectional championship game on Friday, July 10 at 7:30 PM. On July 9 Bridge City will face Jacinto City to determine the other championship game team. ON TO STATE WEST END!
July 7, 2015
Game 1 - Jacinto City won over Northwest 45 in 5 innings, 11-1
Game 2 - West End was victorious over Bridge City 8-0 and will play Jacinto City on Wednesday, July 8, 30 minutes after the first game. That game features Bridge City and Northwest 45 starting at 5 PM. Way to go West End! On to state!
**UPDATE** 2015 DISTRICT 12 JUNIOR LEAGUE TOURNAMENT
July 6, 2015
Pictured l to r: Mike Gresham, Cal Fulton, Justin Smith, Tyler Sterling, Harrison Salter, Griffin Cansler, Tripp Daleo, Nick Badon and Mitchell Breaux. Not pictured: Dylan Essex and McKinley Kent. Manager, Brain Cansler; Coaches, Kenny Sterling and Billy Conner.
June 26, 2015
CONGRATULATIONS West End. They are the 2015 District 12 champions for the second straight year after winning over Jasper 14-4 in 5 innings. This is also the second straight D12 title for Coach Brian Cansler; congratulations coach! They now advance to Junior sectionals starting July 7 which Beaumont Baseball is hosting.
June 24, 2015
West End beat Kirbyville to advance to the District 12 championship game on 6/26. Great job guys; only one more to clinch it!
June 23, 2015
Amelia lost to Jasper thus eliminating them from the tournament. Keep your heads up guys we know you gave it your best effort.
June 22, 2015
West End kept rolling with a win against Jasper 6-3. They will now face Kirbyville at home on Wednesday, June 24 at 7:30 PM. This could be a tough game for our guys since both teams are 2-0. Meanwhile Amelia will play Jasper at Jasper on Tuesday, June 23 at 7:30 PM. Come out and support the players and league.
June 20, 2015
Our West End team was victorious over Lumberton last night 21-2 and now advance to play Jasper on Monday, June 22, at home at 7:30 PM. Unfortunately our Amelia team didn't fare as well, losing to Kirbyville 11-1. They will play the loser of the West End/Jasper game at the loser's field on Tuesday, June 23. Please go to the games and support our players and league. Also, please volunteer to work our concession stand tomorrow (Monday) if you can. Will possibly need more help Tuesday, June 23 but definitely will need help on Wednesday, June 24 and possibly later in the week. Thanks.
2015 JUNIOR LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
June 8, 2015
Congratulations to the 2015 Junior League Red Sox on winning the Beaumont Baseball Junior League post-season tournament. Good job guys! Pictured below are: front row kneeling, l to r: Coda Conner, Chase Hornsby; back row, l to r: Luke Mason, Brandon Pompa, Jacob Kimble, Derek Marks, Anthony Wright, Caden McCarson, Thomas Worley, Haden Janecka, Coach McCarson and Coach Conner. Not pictured: Tripp Daleo, Sean Ally and Justin Smith (apologies for not listiing Justin as part of the team originally)
CHECK OUT FAN SHOP AND HELP OUR LEAGUE
February 18, 2015
Need some baseball apparel or accessories? Just click on the Fan Shop menu option and go from there. Our league will receive a 10% commission on anything you buy. Just another way of helping support Beaumont Baseball and keeping our costs down.
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK
January 9, 2015
Log on to FB and search for Beaumont Baseball This is new so let's get it going!
KEEP IT CLEAN!
February 28, 2011
To all who use our facilities we ask you to please help us keep it clean. Please place trash in the trash cans provided. Don't leave trash in the bleachers or dugout areas. We really appreciate your help.