Maple Shade Babe Ruth: Welcome

MSBR 2017

Monday, February 6

 Maple Shade Babe Ruth


OPEN TO ALL TOWNS   ~    Players 13-15 as of May 1, 2017

Register On-Line is OPEN

by clicking the link above 

- or -

Contact Steve at 856.665.2985


You can also Print out the Registration form below and mail it with your check to:

MSBR  ~   PO Box 122   ~   Maple Shade, NJ  08052


The Registration fee for 2017 is $150 for one player and $225 for a family.

As part of your registration, you will receive a voucher for one ticket to our annual social.

One of our requirements is that parents (or an adult family representative) must work the refreshment stand during the season.

Any player that registers will be placed on one of the teams, there are no cuts.

We also have mandatory playing rules during the regular season. Each player must at minimum, play 2 innings in the field and get 1 at bat during each full game.

Handout: 2017 Registration Form


All Players, Parents and family members are invited to join us for the

2016 Awards Ceremony

Saturday September 17th at 3:00pm

at the Babe Ruth field

Help us recognize

- Our Graduates -

- The Championship teams -

- The Fran Friel Award for "Love of the Game and Improvement" -

- The Bill Toth Award for "Sportsmanship" -

- The Ken Segal Award for "Scholar/Athlete"-


 There will be games for the players

and a Barbeque for everyone


The Best Baseball Monologue ever


We invite you to click on the picture or the link below to listen to

Abbott & Costello's fabulous
"Who's on First?"

We suggest that you stop the site's music by clicking on the stop button on the music player near the top of the page, then click on the play button for "Who's on First?"

Be advised that it is a large file and may take a while to load.

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The Board

The 2016 Executive Board

President - Steve Matthews

Vice President  - Dan Smith

Treasurer - Mike Merget 

Secretary - Jim Norman

Trustee - Greg Smith


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