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2010 Memphis Royals

The Memphis Royals are a semi-pro baseball team, consisting of current and ex-college players, and also several ex-professionals.   

The Royals compiled a 40-5 record during the 2010 season, winning the American Semi Pro Baseball Association World Series and both the regular season and tournament championships in the Germantown Adult League.

In the team's 31-year history, the Royals have won two USBC World Series (1999, 2009), one ASPBA World Series (2011), one NABF regional championship (2003), two AABC Southeast Regional Runnersup (1993, 1996), seven AABC Stan Musial State Championships(1993, '95, '97, '01, ‘04, '06, '07), and fourteen league titles ('92-'00, '05-'10). In 1999, the Royals had a 67-1 record (winning the first 55 games), and won two major tournaments - the USBC Semi-Pro World Series (at Evansville, Indiana), and the Universal Baseball "Global Championships" (at USA Stadium, Millington, Tenn.).



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Munford High School
Tuesday, May 1
ROYALS TO HOST ANNUAL PETE WADE MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT

The Memphis Royals will once again host the annual Pete Wade Memorial Tournament, honoring the late Pete Wade, who sponsored the Royals in the early to mid 1990's.  This year's tournament will be held May 25-28, 2012 at Munford High School (just north of Memphis).  Aluminum -3 bats will be used.  Entry fee is $425 with each team providing game balls.  Minimum 3 games.  Interested teams contact Keith Gentry at 901-619-1899 or email memphis_royals@yahoo.com



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USA Stadium
Wednesday, January 12
ASPBA WORLD SERIES SCHEDULE

2011 ASPBA WORLD SERIES SCHEDULE
Wednesday, July 27
at USA Stadium
6:30pm MPS Stars vs. Memphis Scorpions

Thursday, July 28
at USA Stadium
3:30pm Star City Dodgers vs. Alabama Reds
6:00pm Germantown Brewers vs. Florence Nitro
8:30pm Memphis Royals vs. Little Rock Rangers
at Miles Park
8:00pm Hattiesburg Black Sox vs. Akron Team Diesel

Friday, July 29
at USA Stadium
1:00pm 2nd round - loser's bracket game
3:30pm 2nd round - winner's bracket game
6:00pm 2nd round - winner's bracket game
8:30pm 3rd round - winner's bracket game
at USA Stadium Field 2
4:30pm 2nd round - loser's bracket game
at Miles Park
6:00pm 3rd round - loser's bracket game
8:30pm 3rd round - loser's bracket game

Saturday, July 30
at USA Stadium
10:00am consolation game
12:30pm 4th round - loser's bracket game
3:00pm 4th round - winner's bracket game
5:30pm semifinal round
8:00pm semifinal round
at USA Stadium Field 2
12:30pm 4th round - loser's bracket game
3:00pm consolation game

Sunday, July 31
at USA Stadium
11:00am championship game
1:30pm championship game 2 if necessary

Previous ASPBA World Series Champions
2010 Memphis (TN) Royals
2009 Florence (AL) Nitro
2008 Thomasville (AL) Travelers
2007 Hattiesburg (MS) Black Sox
2006 Chester County (TN) Diamond Cats
2005 Hattiesburg (MS) Black Sox



Wednesday, January 12
ROYALS NAMED TO ASPBA ALL-AMERICAN TEAM

Several members of the Memphis Royals team were named to the 2010 ASPBA All-American team including Player of the Year Chris Mitchell and Pitcher of the Year Ivan Nails.  Also selected to the first team were Tony Marbry, Austin Moody, and Hunter Dawson.  Named to the second team were Jesse Brooks, Kyle Hobar, Kyle Lewis, Garrett Pepper, and Michael Ferguson.

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