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Austin Metro Baseball League

If you would like to join and play in a Men's Adult Baseball League that is the largest in Austin, has the best competition, one that plays on college and top rated high school fields and has the best umpires around, then this is the league for you. This season will be Austin Metro Baseball League's 28th year! We are a franchise of MSBL/MABL National, the best amateur baseball in the world! For more information, you may contact League President Michael Lucas at 512-835-8989 or via email at mlucas@bfrench.com. New teams are always welcome.

2016 Champions


52+ Division Champions - Express 2016

Back Row Left to Right: Jeff Coward, Jack Alberty, Richard Corbin, Steve Gillis, Kyle Johnson, and Jim Lanning

Front Row Left to Right: Bruce Moore, Lucian Turk, Steve Burgess, Ed Ferguson, Jerry Davis, Steve Mahany, and Gilbert Cortez

Not Pictured: Joe Burgess, Robert Calvert, Tracy Campbell, Joe Duran, and Steve Hagey

40+ Division Champions - Yankees 2016

Back Row Left to Right: RC Brown, Keith Otero, Seth Spiker, Joe Vega, Eli Bello, Scott Hadden, Michael Duck-Lombardo

Front Row Left to Right: Robert Calvert, Eric Trojanowski, Ricky Peloquin, Dereck Sayers, Justin Miller, Bruce Moore

Not Pictured: Clint Moehlman, Steve Mahany, Gavin Forbis, Scott Hoffman

30+ Division Champions - Rangers 2016

Back Row Left to Right: Robert Calvert, Kyle Gibson, Joe Vega, Seth Spiker, Steve Garza, Zack Sullivan, Eddie Alvarado Bryant Carter, Ernie Alvarado Scott Baxley, Eli Bello

Front Row Left to Right: Justin Miller, Gavin Forbis, Darren Butler, Jason Stallard, Dereck Sayers, Billy Potts, Brett Gissler

Not Pictured: Alex Mattero

18+ Division Champions - Astros 2016

Back Row Left to Right: Danny Williams, Mark Leber, Angelo Leber, Russell Kelly, Mike Bryant, Justin Garza

Front Row Left to Right: Preston Owen, Adam Dehler, Chris West, Joe Hernandez, Casey Jackson, Victor Nunez, Chaz Jackson

Not Pictured: Tyler Pate, Chris Cantu, CJ Cardona, Eric Iglesias, Jacob Owen, Andrew Lankes, Victor Jose Nunez, Aaron Slazer, Nathan Brown, Brodie Hallford, and Jake Balderama

2016 Texas Cup

The 55+ Austin Express managed by Jerry Davis, beat the San Antonio Lone Stars 9-0 in the championship game to win their 3rd Texas Cup title in 4 years. Ed Looney pitched a complete game giving up only 4 hits and was named team MVP. Manager Jerry Davis said, "there were several players who could have won the MVP award, everyone played very well". The Austin Express ended up with a perfect 5-0 record for the tournament, the only team to be unbeaten and untied. The Express scored an impressive 52 runs while giving up only 10 runs in 5 games for the tournament including the championship day shut-out.

In the 35+ Division, the San Antonio Bombers managed by Jerry Spencer beat the Austin Red Birds 7-1 to claim the 35+ title. The Bombers were a solid team losing only 1 game during the tournament. Patrick Pulliam was named team MVP for his outstanding play during the tournament. The Red Birds managed by Chris Hux had just double dipped the #1 seed Houston Cyclones to get into the championship game but the Bombers played solid defense and their pitching remained tough. The Red Birds left 16 men on base but the Bombers always seemed to get out of trouble. This was the Bomber's 7th Texas Cup title while being managed by Jerry Spencer.

The 18+ ATX Thunder managed by Jon Cuip won a very exciting 9-8 game against a very good Corpus Christi Calcutta's team to claim their 3rd 18+ Texas Cup title in a row! With 1 out in the top of the 9th inning with Corpus Christi having the bases loaded, the Thunder turned a 1-2-3 double play to end the game. The Thunder had a almost perfect 4-0-1 record only being tied by a very tough Austin Astros team managed by Chris West. Pitcher Derrick Sampel was the Thunder's MVP pitching a shutout in Game 1 and also pitched in 2 other games during the tournament. The Thunder won 3 of their 5 games including the championship game by only 1 run proving to be very tough under pressure. Manager Jon Cuip said "this was a true team effort and everyone contributed to help us win our 3rd straight title.