2016 Lake Elmo Baseball Registration

Lake Elmo Baseball registration has completed at Lake Elmo Elementary. If you missed registrations we will be accepting registrations at the dome during workouts. Those dates are: Feb. 12th, 19, 26, Mar. 4th and 11th.

Detailed Tryout/Workout

Tryout Times

Please note the following:
- Please make sure you double check the dates and times for your appropriate age. Plan on arriving 10-15 minutes early to sign in for each workout and tryout session.
- If you cannot attend 1 of your tryout dates, please let us know when you check in for workouts. We will have you complete the tryout on the date you can attend.
- For safety reasons this year we are not allowing players in the dome until their alloted time (2nd and 3rd groups). You will be given time to warmup/throw during your workout/tryout.
- Parents will be allowed in the dome for workout sessions but will not be allowed in the dome for tryout sessions.

2016 Blitz Fundraising

Please reserve April 16th, 2016 for our annual Blitz Fundarising. This single day fund raising event is intended to keep our costs affordable for kids to play traveling baseball. If you make a team through the tryout process we will expect you to participate. More details will be available from your head coach as teams are formed.

2016 Ponies Baseball Academy

For information on the Stillwater Ponies baseball academy click here .

Lake Elmo Baseball Association

Lake Elmo Baseball Association is a Non-Profit Organization. Lake Elmo Baseball teams play in the Metro Baseball League. This league provides us with some of the best competition in the state. For more information on the Metro Baseball League, visit their website at: www.mbl.bz

Lake Elmo Baseball Association supports teams at each age level from 10-15 years old. Your age on April 30th will determine the age level at which you are eligible to play during a given year.

Our teams play a 16 game league schedule plus league play-offs. Week-end tournaments are also available and scheduled by the Head Coaches. Typically a team will participate in 3 to 4 tournaments throughout the spring and summer.