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Midnight Suns Baseball Club Presents MLB Cleveland Indians Pitcher Zach Plesac

MSBC is proud to present Major League Baseball Cleveland Indians Pitcher Zach Plesac for a meet and greet on Thursday, October 17, 2019 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm at the Dimond Park Field House!  This is an open invitation to all MSBC player groups. Come have MSBC players listen to Zach tell what it takes to become make it to the MLB from a future MLB All-Star! Zach will be signing autographs during his presentation, please bring baseballs, shirts, mitts, and photographs for him to sign.  We have provided photographs in this email for you to print out for him to sign.  This is a great treat for players to meet an up and coming professional baseball player, so don't miss out!  Play Ball!


Jack Schmidt 

MSBC President 


Here is the 2019/2020 practice schedule for each player group:
Saturday - Turf (2pm to 4pm) Cage (2pm-5pm)
Sunday - Cage only (1pm to 2pm)
Tuesday - Cage only (5 to 7pm)
Head Coach-Nick Polasky 500-8431
Saturday - Turf and Cage (noon to 2pm)
Sunday - Cage (Noon to 1pm)
Thursday - Turf and Cage (5pm to 7pm)
Head Coach-Jacob Dutton 957-3012
Saturday - Turf and Cage (9:30am to 11am)
Sunday - Cage only (10am to 11am)
Tuesday - Turf and Cage (6:30pm to 8pm)
Thursday - Cage only (7pm to 8pm)
Head Coach Erik Scholl (760) 809-8151
Saturday - Turf and Cage (10:30am to noon)
Sunday - Cage only (11am to noon)
Tuesday - Turf and Cage (7:30pm to 9pm)
Thursday - Cage only (8pm to 9pm)
Head Coach-Jack Schmidt 321-2090

 Registration Age Chart
2019-2020 Registration
Sunday, September 29
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Riverbend Elementary School (Commons Area)

***October-December 2019 Practice Schedules Now Available***

The schedules for the October-December 2019 practice session are posted below.

Please note that there are no practices scheduled for the following dates:

              Saturday, January 19, 2019

              Sunday, February 3, 2019




10U Practice Schedule (ages 8-10)

12U Practice Schedule (ages 10-12)

14U Practice Schedule (ages 13-14)

18U Practice Schedule (High School)

Players ages are as of August 31, 2020.  Ten (10) year olds will be placed in either the 10U or 12U group based on the player's ability.

The Midnight Suns Baseball Club is a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for our youth in Juneau to build character and develop life skills while learning how to play America’s favorite past time - baseball.  We focus on developing fundamental baseball skills, the importance of teamwork, and teach them how dedication, commitment and a strong work ethic can help them accomplish any goals they set for themselves, both on and off the field.

The Midnight Suns Baseball Club offers a winter skills development program for players from age 8-18.  The program is from October through March leading right up to the Gastineau Channel Little League and high school baseball seasons. MSBC offers practices and clinics conducted by guest coaches with college, minor league and major league baseball experience.

MSBC also offers to those selected for the 14U and 12U teams the opportunity to travel out of state. In the recent past 12U and 14U teams have traveled to Washington State during Labor Day weekend.  Midnight Suns travel teams have also competed in California, Arizona and even Hawaii in past years. We are always looking for fun travel opportunities that offer our players a chance to compete against other teams across the country.
The Juneau Post 25 American Legion baseball team won the Alaska State Championship for the second year in a row. Back to back! 2017 and 2018. After losing the first game of the state tournament to Kodiak, Post 25 won 5 straight games, outscoring their opponents 33-6 and ending the tournament by throwing three straight shutouts. The team then traveled on to Missoula, Montana for the Northwest Regionals. Post 25 lost a heartbreaking game 8-7 to the Mountain View, Idaho Toros team that traveled on to the American Legion World Series. Juneau beat the host Missoula team 13-9 and then was knocked out of the tournament by the Montana State Championship team from Billings. The final record for the season was 29-4.
The Midnight Suns Baseball Club is funded through a variety of sources that includes pull-tab gaming revenues, player fees, donations, fundraisers and is partially funded by the citizens of the City and Borough of Juneau through sales tax revenues.