In order to increase involvement in league decision making, the BWBL Council was created in 2010. The Council consists of the commissioner and three player representatives across The League. The representatives must be tenured players who actively try to improve the BWBL. Members of the Council monitor the finances of The League, ensuring continued success and charitable endeavors. In each session, Council members' vote, with the Commissioner's vote counting as two, ruling out the possibility of a tie.
Current Council Members
Kevin Sickle, Commissioner - Sickle is the co-founder of the BWBL, captain of Bases Loaded, and has served as the Commissioner since The League's inception.
Zach Artim, Member of the BWBL Council - Artim was a member of Saturday Crush in 2014 and 2015. He is currently a member of the Jagerbombers for the 2016 season. The 2016 season is Artim's first on the BWBL Council.
Steve Dotzel, Member of the BWBL Council - Dotzel was the captain of the Backdoor Bandits in 2011 and again from 2013-2015, and is a member of the Snack Shack in 2016. The 2016 season is Dotzel's first on the BWBL Council.
Matt Morgan, Member of the BWBL Council - Morgan has been a member of the BWBL Council since 2012, and is a member of the Bad Ballers during 2016.
Steve Owazany, Member of the BWBL Council - Owazany has been a captain in the BWBL since his first season in 2010, currently of the Jagerbombers. The 2016 season is Owazany's first on the BWBL Council.
Andy Peck, Member of the BWBL Council - Peck has been the captain of Saturday Crush since its inception in 2006. The 2016 season is Peck's first on the BWBL Council.
Previous Council Members
Tom Hannon (2010-2015) - Hannon is the co-founder of the BWBL. Hannon served on the BWBL Council since its inception until the conclusion of the 2015 season.
Ryan Hart (2010-2015) - Hart has played for Saturday Crush since 2006 and served on the BWBL Council since its inception until the conclusion of the 2015 season.
Bill Reznak (2010-2012) - Reznak served as a member of the BWBL Council from its inception until his team, Westside Washout, left the BWBL at the conclusion of the 2012 season.