2023 All Star Games

What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than playing baseball!

The CNCMSBL decided to try something different this year for our annual all-star games. The suggestion to hold the game on the Saturday before Father’s Day instead of post-season was put in place and appears to have been a success.

18+ Division

18+ CNCMSBL All Stars

The day comprised three games starting with the 18+ division all stars dividing the teams and hitting the field at 10 am on June 17th. Both sides performed well under the management of 18s Division commissioner Brian Cloninger (Rangers) and last year’s playoff manager Phillip Pope (Trisox). Anthony Carrone (Flying Squirrels) ended up taking home the MVP honors of the game following his team’s 6-4 win.

You can watch the game captured on the NFHSnetwork for $12 (which supports High School sports)

35+ Division

35+ CNCMSBL All Stars

With only five teams in the 35+ division a non-traditional format was used. The unique game was designed to let the reps from each team bat as a unit until they got three outs. At the end of the contest the Bulldogs had scored the most runs followed closely by the Red SoxJo McLaughlin of the Bulldogs ended the contest batting 6 for 7 and taking home MVP honors.

You can watch the game captured on the NFHSnetwork for $12 (which supports High School sports)

50+ Division

The night cap featured the 50+ division all star reps. Team’s were divided into two squads with one being managed by Dave Halley of the Gray Marlins (East) and Vince Strickland of the Rebels (West). The East division team ended up holding on and winning 5-4. The game MVP was selected from the winning East: John Riley of the Gray Marlins took home the honors.

You can watch the game captured on the NFHSnetwork for $12 (which supports High School sports)


Many thanks go out to Jamie Lee (Red Sox) and Clayton High School for hosting the day. The field was in great shape and has never looked better.

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