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  • Welcome to FedLock Baseball
  • FedLock - 2011 Industrial Baseball League Regular Season Champions
Welcome to the FedLock Baseball Club website. In 2012 the FedLock Baseball Club is comprised of three (3) teams that compete in separate leagues/divisions in the Washington Metropolitan Area.

FedLock sponsors two teams that play in the Industrial Baseball League of Northern Virginia. The Industrial Baseball League (IBL) is the premier wood bat league for unlimited age baseball talent in the Washington Metropolitan Area. Current players include college, ex-college, and ex-professional players.

The IBL teams play schedule that includes a 20+ game regular season, non-league games against other teams in the mid-Atlantic area, a double elimination league tournament, and at least two other tournaments, including the Reno Powell Tournament over Memorial Day weekend and the NABF Major Divison Regional in early August.

FedLock also co-sponsors a team that competes in the Blue and Gray League in Northern Virginia.

In addition, FedLock sponsors teams that participate in both local and national tournaments throughout the year:

MSBL 28+ Las Vegas Kick-Off Classic in early March (2004/2005/2007 Champions)
Reno Powell Tournament in Hagerstown over Memorial Day Weekend (2011 Champions)
NABF Major Division Regionals (1998/2001 Champions)
NABF World Series in August (2001 Runner-ups)
MSBL 35+ World Series in Arizona in October (2004/2006/2007 Champions)
MSBL 45+ Fall Classic in Florida in November (2005/2009 Champions)

During the off-season FedLock players can stay in shape and work on their hitting and pitching skills at the Federal Lock and Safe warehouse in Arlington, VA, otherwise known as "ClubFed".

"ClubFed" is outfitted with a 60’ indoor batting cage, pitching machines, an indoor mound, weight training machines, free weights, rowing machines, motion specific baseball conditioning machines, and alternative workout conditioning machines.

IBL Standings - 2012