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Welcome to the Official Reservation of the Cincinnati Chiefs Baseball Club. The Cincinnati Chiefs are a Nationally Ranked Semi-Pro 18 & over Wooden Bat Team, playing in the Cincinnati Recreation Commission Major Division, the Southwest Ohio League, the NABF Unlimited Major Division & AABC Stan Musial Division. The Cincinnati Chiefs are affiliated with the Nat'l American Semi-Pro Baseball Assoc and the WBC.  The Chiefs were started back in 1984 by Jeff Hannah who is still the current Manager of the Tribe. Come out and join the Chiefs as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Team and gear up to play an even tougher schedule than last season. Over the last 24 years the Chiefs have amassed an overall record of 573-240 as they established themselves as one of the Top teams in the State of Ohio and in Cincinnati Baseball.



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Tuesday, February 11
Cincinnati Amauter Baseball Lost a Great One

As we all sit and stare out the windows of our homes or places of work, we see lots of ice and piles of snow all around us. And we wonder if it will ever warm up and allow us to take the field to play the game that so many of us deeply love. As the day comes to an end, many baseball players throughout the Tri-State Area and all over have started to hear the sad news about one of the greatest Ambassadors and all around respected guys of the game. Today we have lost the greatest One Eyed Umpire in the game, Max McCleary. Max has now been assigned to umpire the biggest game of all, the one that has no time limit, no run rule and always welcomes everyone in. It is truely as sad day to the many and many players, coaches, fellow umpires and people that Max touched each and every day, whether it was on the field or just in passing. All he ever talked about was baseball, baseball and more baseball. Max, you were one of the truely great ones and you will be forever remember and deeply missed.

The Cincinnati Cheifs would like to extend their deepest condolences to the McCleary family in this heart breaking moment of loss. We had the great honor of Having Max do many of our summer games through the years and Jeff & Jerry had the honor of Max doing a High School Tournament game. We were humbled that Max always went out of his way to talk with us and very proud that he called us his friend. We will never be able to give to the game what Max gave and for that, we will always be in debted to him.

 Thank you Max for all that you did for everyone and may you keep a watchful eye over everyone now from the your perch high in the heavens. God bless you and may you Rest In Peace my friend.

Friday, July 12

Chiefs take a 1st inning rain out against the Bombers. Booo


On Thursday, the Chiefs hooked up with the Meridians. It was young player night for the Chiefs as the roster is going thru mid season drought. However, the Chiefs do work for 7 innings and win 4-1. Shafer gets his first official Chiefs wins as he goes 3 strong innings. Boone, Hillard, Farmer and Kroell each throw an inning and work the rust off.


No game this weekend, due to the lack of lazy selfish players not wanting to make the return trip to Fort Wayne. How embarassing that phone call was. Luckily Mr. Brown is an understanding man.

Next game is wednesday night at 6:00 at Lincoln Lee Field. Wear grey pants.

Sunday, June 30
Chiefs split with Jackers

On an overcast Saturday afternoon, the John's Jackers from Fort Wayne made the trek to Cincinnati to do battle in a double dip with the Chiefs. Rained be damned, we started the first game. Chiefs waste little time out of the gate as we plate a couple runs. Hillard makes his first Chiefs start and does not disappoint. He goes 4 strong innings allowing only 2 runs as the Chiefs have blowed the game open. We hit the mercy point as the game ends with the Chiefs winning 11-3.

Game 2 goes off quickly as the Jackers trot their stud out and man does that ball do funny funny tricks. The sidewinder mixes his speeds well and keeps the Chiefs off balance. The Jackers plate a run and then another off Diehls. Down 2-0, the Boys mount a brief rally and plate their first run but the Jackers snuff out anymore. The Jackers plate a 3rd run as their guy goes the distance and seals the deal as the Chiefs fall 3-1. Of couorse the rain returned but we got both games in. Good to see Richard Brown again and shot the bull, Hoiser made a return to Cincy but in the wrong uniform but the ok, he's still a Chiefs no matter what. Good group of guys the Jackers are and lots of fun to play.

Thursday, June 27

Tonight's contest between the Chiefs and the Meridians has been cancelled due to wet conditions. Next game is Saturday at 2:00 a Double Header at Lakota West High School against Shady Nook Jackers from Ft. Wayne Indiana. Bring both tops with you.


On Sunday June 23rd, 11 mighty Chiefs loaded up in the canoe and paddled to the City of Chillicothe for a contest against the Capitals. Low numbers be damned, the boys suited up and played their wheels off for 9 innings. When the dust settled or rain drops, whichever was falling, the Chiefs walked away with a 9-6 victory. The new young gun signee's fit right into the lineup and pushed the Team along.


On Tuesday of this week, well 24 guys show up but we didnt excatly set the world on fire against the CoBalts. I guess there was a point being made to us as we recieved a 9-1 loss on the night. Not sure what the point was when we played like crap. Oh well, we just move on and keep going foward. Lots of baseball reps coming for the month of July and as usual, we get to lock horns with some very talented out of town teams. Just like we always do.

Thursday, June 20
Sunday's Game

Sunday's game is now in Chillicothe at Unioto High School at 2:00 pm. Address is 14193 Pleasant Valley Rd, Chillicothe Oh 45601

Take 71 north to Rt 35 and take the 1st Chillicothe exit which is High St. Go north to Moundsville Rd and the field is down on your right.

Bring both colors of pants and all you tops. Leave extra time in case you get lost.

Monday, June 3
Week 2

Well week 2 was not as kind to the Men in Green. A few more bodies show up but cold bats were brought in as the Chiefs couldn't hold off the young Bombers. Final ends up 5-3 in their favor. Ok, so we move on and keep playing. Things will heat up for sure.

Next up on Tuesday will be the 2013 edition of the Chiefs vs CoBalts contest at 6:30 followed by the Chiefs vs Yorkville 2013 edition. A fun night at Roselawn for sure.

Monday, May 27
Chiefs Roll

Chiefs win their CRC opener against the Playground All Stars 10-0.  Chiefs trot out 9 guys and 1 clipped wing batter. The pitcher for us takes the hill for the 1st time since last April and works out of an early jam. Flamm leads off and sends the 3rd pitch over the Left Field wall for a dinger. 7 batters later we lead 4 -0. Wow. An easy 2nd inning for us and we take on another. Now the guys are cruising. The men in green change pitchers as Sidewinder Nate takes over and deals more zeros to the All-Stars. Chiefs pound on 5 more runs in the 5th for a final 10-0 run rule. Nice job. Oh wait, we also threw a no no. Yikes.


Next game is May 28 at 6:30 @ Roselawn against the Bombers. Wear white pants.

Thursday, February 14

NEWS FLASH.........NEWS FLASH................


Pitchers and catchers have reported to Spring Training and with that tidbit of info; the Chiefs are gearing up for 2013. Yes everyone, it says we are returning. Another fun season is shaping up and all the extra side bar stuff that goes along with it. The CRC Major division is alive and well with some new teams joining, Roselawn getting a face lift and Hille also, the NABF regionals in town again this time the reward is Battlecreek Michigan. AABC is headed to New York which is a good sign as travel is getting closer for once.

The offense is pretty much intact, the pitching is looking nice and the defense is starting to take shape. So what does that mean to someone wanting to join the squad, drop us an email as we are always looking for top notch talent. Send your info to  or to or call 513 777 9690 and leave a message. The road to Battlecreek is a long hard one and the more players we have the better.

For teams looking to schedule games for the summer. It looks like a home field for the team is going to happen. Send your open dates for weekend contest to the addresses above and lets schedule something. Long distance road trips are not in our budget and too many players have famalies now.


Tuesday, July 2
Final CRC Game

The Final game of the 2013 season on Tuesday nights was sunshined out due to wet fields. So the Chiefs wrap up another season in the League and are left to ponder about 2014 and the CRC League. We do know that Roselawn will undergo a major face lift thanks to the Reds Community Fund and will look very nice next year. Hopefully we will get to see it first hand.

Next game is Tuesday July 9th at 6:30 at Lakota West High School. Wear white pants and green tops, if we have enough.

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