Greater Milwaukee Youth Baseball

Big Time Try-Outs Set for July

BT BaseballBigler Big Time's mission is to attract the serious youth/high school baseball players with the opportunity to develop and fine-tune their baseball skills to an advanced level by utilizing the highest caliber coaching staff in the region, made up of former MLB professional and collegiate players and coaches.  Big Time will provide a year-round training program to create that opportunity.  They will utilize the unparalleled coaching staff to challenge, develop and transform the young athletes’ passion, desire and athletic skills to reach their full potential, to achieve their ultimate goals and aspirations as a player on the field and as a leader off the field.

The Big Time travel teams will compete in tournaments throughout the upper Midwest that will challenge players and expose their talent to top competition as well as college coaches and scouts.  REGISTER TO TRY OUT

U14 Big Time Baseball are on a roll!

U14 Win AgainAnother tournament, another championship.
The Bigler Big Time U14 team added a fourth championship to its collection last weekend, winning the Strike Out Cancer tournament in Rockford (presented by Game Day USA).
The Big Time U14 team has won four out of five tournaments this year, including three in a row. They are also on a 13-game winning streak.
There were several outstanding individual performances throughout the weekend.
Keegan Kubicki went 10-for-11 over the last four games with four doubles and a triple. Kubicki also pitched the championship game, allowing just two runs in six innings while striking out three and walking none. Read more ...

Bigler Announces Local Baseball Tournaments

Bigler Tournament MedalBigler Sports, Inc. is proud to announce it's summer Baseball Invitationals. 

This year, Bigler Sports expands into New Berlin with what promises to be one of the premier summer tournaments in the area. Already slots are filling up fast for this fun in the sun boys and girls of summer event.

Bigler's July tourament in Brookfield enters its second year with even more than last year. Sign up for this premier tournament to give your kids the learning experience of the summer. 

Find out about signing your teams up for both tournaments.

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Grafton Summer Baseball Camp Accepting Registrations

baseballIt may be chilly outside, but lots of young athletes are already thinking about their upcoming baseball season.  Bigler Sports is thinking summer baseball as well! 

Young athletes (ages 7 to 12) are welcome to join Bigler Sports trainers for a week of baseball this summer, June 15 through June 19. 

This summer camp will take place at John Long Middle School in Grafton.  Skills taught include: Hitting, Fielding, Throwing & Base Running.  Athletes who have participated in this summer camp in the past have been thrilled with the experience.  Don't miss this opportunity!  Sign up now!

Train with State Winning Coach, Jeff Bigler

Jeff BiglerThere's no question that Brookfield Central Varsity baseball coach, Jeff Bigler knows the sport of baseball better than most!  Coach Bigler lead his baseball team to a state victory last year.  Jeff has been coaching or playing baseball almost his entire life.  Coach Jeff Bigler has played 5 years of professional baseball and has been coaching ever since.  Athletes lucky enough to train with him thrive under his guidance. 

This spring, Brookfield High School Varsity Baseball head coach Jeff Bigler will be heading up an 8 week hitting specific academy class.  These 90 minute sessions will focus on fundamentals and mechanics but will also touch on advanced skills such as how to hit the ball to the opposite field and the proper mental approach needed in the box.  Classes start March 3rd and will be held at the Winners Edge Training Facility in Pewaukee. 

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Black Friday Baseball Training Opportunities

baseballLake Country Sports Academy in Pewaukee is offering a day of baseball training on Friday, November 28th, also known as Black Friday. Specific training opportunities include a throwing/pitching class 'under the lights' Friday evening for athletes age 7-9 and 10-13.  This class will be coached by former Philadelphia, Phillies pitcher, Kyle Karvala.  Earlier in the day, athletes age 8-12 can take advantage of the Catchers class offered by stand-out college catcher and LOL hall-of-famer, Russ Belling.

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Milwaukee Area Baseball

Good Wood Leads Beavers To RLB Championship

RLB ChampsThe Milwaukee Beavers and Brown Deer Supreme Builders met for game three of a three game series on Sunday night with both teams gunning for a title. The Builders sought their fifth in five tries, the Beavers their first in four tries. The stands at The Rock Sports Complex in Franklin were packed with a crowd that made the atmosphere fun and reminded people what amateur baseball was all about.

With both teams coming out swinging, the game started with the same early story as so many between these two had, an early lead for the Builders. Both teams knew going in thought that this would be a wire to wire competition, their respect level after these past four years of battling assured that. In the end, a champion emerged.



Beavers Tie RLB Championship Series, Force Deciding Game

Rock League Baseball ChampionshipThe Milwaukee Beavers trailing in Rock League Baseball's championship series 1-0, started Saturday night with a thud. The Beavers made a two out error in the first inning to load the bases which allowed the Builders a second chance to score. The defending champs responded with RBI hits by Kris Franzen and Matt Cook. After one inning, things looked bleak for the Beavers as they trailed four to zero.

The Beavers pulled it together in the second though and held the Builders scoreless. Then, in the bottom of the inning, the Beavers bats woke up. Rob Tschimperle and Tyler Schoen worked walks to put runners on base. Jarrett Gates, playing with the confidence of a determined short old fat man, then used the entire field to spray a single to right. Garrick Day followed by hitting into a close double play, but putting the Beavers on the board. Timbo Garceau followed with a walk - one of five on the night and six in a row since hitting a monster home run in game 1 - to put runners on the corner. Brett Youngbeck singled on the infield to score a run and was followed by one of Justin Barkhurst's four hits to plate another. At the end of two innings it was 4-3 Builders and a slug fest was developing.

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Builders Jump Out to 1-0 Series Lead vs Beavers

Come out to the ballparkBrown Deer Supreme Builders jumped out to a 1-0 Rock League Baseball championship series Wednesday night by holding onto an early lead and riding Kevin Wild's arm. In the first, Wild kept Beaver leadoff hitter Tim Garceau from scoring after he reached on a single and was sacrificed to second by Brett Youngbeck. Wild then went on to keep the Beavers off the board until the 6th while his Builder teamates built up a 4 - 0 lead.

In the first, the Builders wouldn't quit with two outs and got a single from Joel Sharon to put a runner on base. DJ Pelz worked an 0-2 count for a walk and brought Danny Krause to the plate. Krause hit a 1-0 pitch to strong armed Beaver centerfielder Garceau who threw to the plate in an effort to nab Sharon, but just missed as the Builders took a lead they would not relinquish.

In the bottom of the second, Builder Matt Cook led off with a walk and was followed by a walk to Eric Belter - a hero in the championship in 2011 - to put runners on first and second with none out. Mike Krause followed with a ground ball to third which was mishandled, loading the bases with no outs. Kris Franzen was able to get a run across with a sac fly to left field and the Builders scored their third on an infield single to the shortstop by Joel Sharon.

The Builders finished their scoring in the third following a leadoff single by Danny Krause. After Krause took second on a passed ball and third on a fielders choice, he scored on misplayed ground ball hit by Cook. 

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Builders vs Beavers Again for Championship

2011, 2013 and now 2014. Those are the three years that the Brown Deer Supreme Builders and the Milwaukee Beavers have squared off for Milwaukee's amateur baseball championship. So far, the Builders have come away the victors the first two go arounds. Will this year be different?

Brown Deer Supreme Builders  VS  Milwaukee Beavers
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Rock League Rocks Miller Park

Miller ParkWhen Major League Baseball went looking for representatives of great local baseball, they landed at Rock League Baseball. On June 18, the Mudhens and Angels were picked up and shuttled to Miller Park to play a game and be stars in an upcoming MLB Real Big Summer campaign by Pepsi.

Players got to dress in the Miller Park clubhouses, hear the National Ovation on the foul lines and play ball in one of the world's best venues. In what is a potential Championship match-up for the RLB 28+ division, the Mudhens edged the Angels 5 to 3 in their only meeting of the regular season.

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Wisconsin Amateur Baseball Classic

Top Tier Amateur Baseball Tournament Hosted in West Bend

Wisconsin ClassicAs the weather warms up in Wisconsin so does the hardball.  When most people think of Wisconsin baseball they picture the Brewers or Timber Rattlers.  Those pro games are great, but nothing compares to the atmosphere of a town ball game.  There are no big contracts on the line or endorsements just the love of the game.  Growing up in Minnesota I can remember going to our local town ball games.  The parents would drink beer and the kids would fight over foul balls all while cheering on the team.  I would aspire to one day play on that same field and later I would. A lot of memories were made at and on that ball field that I will never forget.

This same great amateur baseball atmosphere was the goal of Jim Ziegler when he began planning the Wisconsin Amateur Baseball Classic (WABC).   Jim is a long time local amateur baseball player and Manager for the Kewaskum A’s. 

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