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2011 Championships

Congratulations 2011 NWAMSBL Champions

NWA White Sox


Mark Taylor


and the 2011 NWAMSBL Runner-Up

Fayetteville Yankees


2011 18+ Champions,

NWACC Eagles

1st Row: Coach Charles Fowler, Michael Upton, Tony Shipp, Jarrod Williams, Tim Huebner, Levi Schroeder, Zach Guillians and Dakota Brissey.
2nd Row: Coach John Luedtke, Chris Huebner, Andrew Todd, Harrison Whightsil, Tyler Higgs, David Copeland, Ross Brokowski, Tyler Ledbetter and Coach Kyle Minor.


2011 Arklahoma Shootout! Tournament was another success.

Even though we lost two teams to financial constraints at the last hour, the 6 teams entered proved to be greatly competitive.  The Tulsa MTBL WBO Barracudas repeated their title run by going undefeated in the tournament.  Local NWAMSBL 25+ Yankees finished a close second and the Van Buren Hogs (with a little help from some NWACC players) finished a strong third winning both of their games on day 2 against a strong Conway team and the Semi-Pro team from Pine Bluff (who had to resort to bringing in a utility player from the NWAMSBL Front Office to handle second base duties when they came up short-handed).

Here is a photo of the Fayetteville Yankees with their Runner-Up Trophy!


Congratulations to the 2010 Champions and Runners-Up

2010 NWAMSBL Champion

 NWA White Sox

2010 NWAMABL Champion

Van Buren Hogs


 Evan Neiser


Trent Fonville

2010 NWAMSBL Runner-Up

 Bentonville Dodgers

2010 NWAMABL Runner-Up

 NWA Pirates


NWAMSBL Day at Arvest Ball Park was a Big Hit!


Chris Huebner, John Michael Hairston, and Patrick Taliaferro of the White Sox

James Johnson of the Cardinals wins the HRD

League President, Stephen Boudreaux (r) after tossing out the ceremonial first pitch Aug 23.

AppleKnocker taking cuts at the HRD

Brin Marie Boudreaux marketing the NWAMSBL to Naturals fans

Stephen Boudreaux, White Sox

Evan Press, Dodgers, shoots the cannon with Strike

The NWASMBL group

 Here is the MSBL-MABL promotional video that was shot in the late 80's featuring national founder, Steve Sigler (who is a great hitter...almost hit the cycle in an exhibition game here in Northwest Arkansas back in 2003)



Arklahoma Shootout 2010-Final


In Memoriam:
Tim McDonald, a board member, manager/player (Yankees 25+), and friend passed away at a too young age from a quick battle with testicular cancer on Wednesday, June 16th at 11:40amCST. Please keep his wife, Marilyn, and their three children, Morgan Denise, 14, Mary Elizabeth, 11, and Hayden Paul, 8 in your prayers.



Check out the excellent website by Fort Smith Cardinals Team Mom, Cindy Kenna:


Final 2008 Standings



2008 Champions--Bentonville Dodgers

2008 Champions--Fayetteville Cubs

2008 MVP- Scott

2008 MVP--Davie Copeland

2008 Runner Up--FPEC Tigers

2008 Runner Up--Lowell White Sox


Here is a nice article on the NWAMSBL Braves' Eric Brown in the Baldwin City Signal:


2009 NWAMSBL Day at Baum Stadium Sunday, March 8th. 


Morning News Articles on NWAMSBL:  Read Them! Article One, Article Two

NWAMSBL "Day at Baum Stadium" was Saturday, March 10, 2007 during the University of Arkansas vs University of Kansas baseball game.

UA coach Dave Van Horn

UA Senior Catcher, Brian Walker

NWAMSBL members, Joe Dawes, and Jeff Kennett


NWAMSBL Tigers Players go to the World Series--Win 48+ Central Championship

I wanted you to know that Don McFarland, and I were recruited to play on the team with whom Marvin Undernehr and Alan Davison, and Bill Snowden played for the last two years, known as the Austin Express out of TX.  Well, after 10 hard fought games in a six day schedule, the Austin Express won the 48+ central division World Series.  Stephen, as Alan Davison was absent this year due to his mother's passing that week, he just knew that this would be the year the team would bring it home.  It was truly everything that a player could expect and more epitomizing one's baseball winning the CWS, except 25 years later

--Robert Coffin, MSBL Tigers


From left--Marvin Undernehr, Don McFarland, Austin Express Manager, Bob Patterson, and Robert Coffin Bill Snowden is middle row far left...


Arkansas Black Sox have successful trip to OKC Memorial Day Tournament despite record.
OKC was a great experience for our team as a whole. We went 1-2 but it hardly tells the whole story. The facilities were very nice and very well kept. Hotel was so-so but we didn't spend much time there. We defeated the OK Indians in the first game 7-6 on Saturday then played the OK Ameristars (host team) and were beat 6-3. OK Ameristars are a very solid club but there is was a little controversy regarding a former professional player. The umpire crew was not so great. [normal umpires were in short supply due to a local umpire strike]. Our guys played with a lot of heart and put everything they had on the field Saturday. Our pitching staff did a superb job and defense was excellent too. I think that on Sunday we were so spent from the day before that we didn't have anything left. We couldn't get the bats going and our pitching was below par. The opponents (New Mexico) were no better than the first team we beat but they simply executed defensively and played fundamentally sound baseball. They were just the better team that day but they did hand us a lopsided beating 14-0. But for our team as a whole the best thing we took from the tournament was what we needed most, team unification. We gelled a lot over the weekend and for a young team I believe that made the weekend a bigger success than any victory.
The Black Sox would like to extend a very special thank-you to Eric Smith (NWA Pirates) and Matt Smith for accompanying us to the Memorial Day Classic. Both gentlemen contributed greatly offensively and defensively over the course of the weekend. Though Matt had to travel back to Arkansas Saturday night he did a great job on the field and helped save arms needed for the match up against New Mexico on Sunday. Eric did a great job on the mound against the Ameristars on Saturday holding them to 3 runs through 4 stellar innings of pitching and through the pain of a sore elbow made a great play from left field throwing out an advancing runner to third base.--Danny Dodge, Black Sox (edit, Boudreaux)
Congratulations, Black Sox, on representing NWAMSBL.

NWAMSBL Featured in the Morning News of NWA April 5, 2006 Click Here


NWAMSBL Day at Baum Stadium at the University of Arkansas -- Saturday February 25th, 2006

NWMSBL President Stephen Boudreaux threw out the first pitch during opening weekend versus LA. Tech.  It was great exposure for the NWAMSBL and a lot of fun to boot.  Brandon Barr, a member of the NWAMSBL White Sox, was the catcher of record for the pitch.  Brandon is a sophomore catcher for the Razorback Baseball team.  Congratulations, Brandon, for making the roster and for putting up with my knuckleball!


Photos by Dustin Wilson

NWAMSBL President, Stephen Boudreaux, named to MSBL National Honor Roll in the Holiday, 2005 issue of Hardball Magazine.


October 2005--A little note from Eric Exner from Phoenix--"Just wanted to give you a World Series update from my trip to Arizona.  I played in the 38+ Continental/Federal Division for the Pacific Coast Breakers.  We finished at 7-1-1, and won the Championship with a 12-5 win over the Austin Capitals.  Our second Championship in a row.  During the week I caught 8 games (I actually got 3 innings off on Thursday)  and pitched a complete game victory on Tuesday.  Did ok at the plate, only one extra base hit, a double in the Championship game, but did well enough to get named Tournament MVP.  So, all in all, a fun week, I am tired and sore, but I have plenty of time to recuperate"--Eric

Congratulations, Eric!


October 2005--Jason Wendt of the NWAMSBL White Sox pitches 9-inning complete game shutout for the Arkansas Shadows of the CAMABL in the Phoenix World Series today (Oct 20) beating a team from Chicago, Illinois 8-0.  nice work, Jason!


2005 ARKLAHOMA SHOOTOUT RESULTS White Sox take title...


Evan Press' on NWAMSBL Elder Statesmen 2005


White Sox snatch 2004 MABL title from Cardinals and whisk bragging rights away from Reds in the MABL/MSBL Exhibition


It was a Great Day for Baseball III--Cookout Series 2004

It was a Great Day for Baseball II--Cookout Series 2003

It was a Great Day for Baseball I--Cookout Series 2002



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