- Welcome To The Home Of The MCAL
- REGISTRATION DEADLINE....MARCH 2ND
- OPENING DAY.....MAY 5TH
- PARK CLEANUP DAY IS TBA
- .................WE ARE THE BEARS !!! ......................
Welcome to the Home of the
Monroe Central Athletic League
YOUR BOARD MEMBER
Bruce Swallow - MCAL Presiden
Matt Deckman - Commissioner
Derek McCreery - Commissioner
Jon Cooper - Treasurer
TBA - Commissioner 8U Boys
Brook Pence - Commissioner 10U Boys
Jon Cooper - Commissioner 12U Boys
Ryan Taylor - Commissioner 8U Girls
Dustin Phelps- Commissioner 10U Girls
Jeff Hale - Commissioner 12U Girls
Holly Summers - Tee-Ball
The 2018 MCAL Registration is now online.
Click on the link to the right of the page titled:
2018 MCAL Registration
If you do not already have a login, you will need to create one.
Follow the instructions, if any problems contact
Kris Wright at email@example.com
Make sure to select uniform sizes at time of registration.
The discount will be applied automatically thru March 2nd.
Keep checking back:
We will be updating information for 2018
We Are The Bears!!
MCAL New Batting Cage Completed 06.16.12
Thank You To ALL That Made This Possible!!
Because They Care!!
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We love baseball, the smell of the green grass, the dirt blowing in the wind and the smell of fresh popcorn and hotdogs.
We love baseball when you get out there and the stands are full and everybody is cheering. It is like everybody in the world came to see you. Inside that, there are the players in there yakking it up and the pitcher throws and you’re looking for that pill and suddenly there is nothing else in the ballpark but you and it. Sometimes when you’re feeling right and there is a groove there and the bat just eases into it and meets that ball and when the bat meets that ball you can feel that ball just give and you know it is going to go a long way. Darn, if you don't feel like you’re going to live forever.
The smells and sounds of the game intoxicate us. We know any day has limitless potential to turn into a summer classic. Every pitch may connect us to part of Baseball lore spanning the generations of fans. Our excitement is uncontrollable. The game is played outside, during the best time of year. The nature of the game allows you to talk to your friend, or neighbor without worrying about missing the game, while enjoying another beautiful day. Unlike most other sports, baseball has no time limit. Nine innings can last a lifetime. But, on a beautiful summer day, we all hope it will last forever.
We love baseball because we live every day with our team. We grind through slumps with our hitters; feel the agony of errors, argue balls and strikes, and labor pitch after pitch. We identify with players over the course of the season, root for the new kid, and say goodbye to the old veterans who were once our heroes. We understand the beauty in pitching inside, brushing back the hitter, only to set him up the next time he comes up with the backdoor cutter. A beautifully executed bunt/suicide squeeze makes us happier than a home-run. We understand the difference between a 6-4-3, and a 5-4-3 double play, and we appreciate it every time. We second guess the coaches to a fault, and question why they didn't stretch the starter another inning or batter, or why didn't he go to the bullpen earlier. It can be such a slow, and boring game for some, but to all of us, it is one of the most beautiful displays of strategy and gamesmanship ever born.
Kris Wright, Website Administrator