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Fall Ball for AAA/Minors/Majors

AAA/Minors/Majors will be playing double headers on Sundays.  Each team will play other CRALL teams as well as teams from Centennial Lakes LL. 

Our 4 teams will play at our park on 8/27 at 12pm and 2pm. We will start play with and at Centennial on 9/10, 9/17 and 9/24.

Registration is now closed, and the teams are being formed. If you have questions, please contact us at

CRALL 12 Year Old All-Stars - Midwest Regional

The team represented CRALL and the State of Minnesota in the Midwest Regional Tournament in Indianapolis, Indiana. Transportation was generously provided by Roseville Midway Ford.

You can support the team here:

Game 1: L 1-2 vs. Sioux Falls LL (ND/SD)      Watch Now
Game 2: L 0-2 vs. Johnston LL (IA)      Watch Now

The games can be viewed via ESPN3's live streaming service.

Thank you to these establishments for hosting viewing parties for Game 1:

2017 Home Run Derby Results

Congratulations to our top 2 finishers in the 2017 CRALL Home Run Derby.

1st place - Andrew Price (14 HR's)
2nd place - Gio Mejia (13 HR's)

Fall Ball for AA/A/Rookie/T-Ball

12 years old this year, 13 years old in 2018

CRALL offers baseball for players of age 4-12.  Next year's 13 year olds have some baseball options depending on where they live and attend school:

Andover - Registration for 13U Traveling began August 1st

Anoka - Tryouts for 13U Traveling began August 1st


Coon Rapids

All of the above communities offer an In-House/Rec baseball option.

State Tournament Results - 12's Advance to Indy

Our 10 year old All-Star team finished 3rd in the State Tournament.
Our 11 year old All-Star team finished 1st in the State Tournament.
Our 12 year old All-Star team finished 1st in the State Tournament and competed in the Midwest Regional Tournament in Indianapolis.

Way to go, CRALL All-Stars!

District 1 Champions

Congratulations to our 10, 11 and 12 year old All-Star teams.  Each team won the District 1 Tournament at their age level and represented CRALL and District 1 very well at the State Tournament in Grand Rapids, MN.

State Tournament brackets can be viewed here:

District 1 & State Tournament results can be viewed here:

Majors Tournaments

Congratulations to the Orioles for winning the 2017 Classic Tournament
Congratulations to the A's for winning the 2017 Firecracker Tournament
Congratulations to the Twins for winning the 2017 Raspberry Tournament

AAA / Minors Tournaments

Congratulations to the Marlins for winning the 2017 AAA Tournament.
Congratulations to the Rockies for winning the 2017 Minors Tournament.

A / AA Tournaments

Congratulations to the Threshers for winning the 2017 A Tournament.
Congratulations to the MuckDogs for winning the 2017 AA Tournament.

2017 Tournament Champions

Got Questions?

Contact if you have any questions about CRALL.


We want to make everyone aware that the baseball bat standards will be changing for the 2018 season.

Little League Baseball Bat Information

There is a new baseball bat standard coming in 2018.  The current bat regulations are in effect through December 31, 2017.  Before purchasing a new bat to use for the 2017 season, be sure to understand the bat rules.  It is very likely that the bat you purchase for 2017 may not be legal for use in 2018.

More info here:


Rule 1.10 - Baseball

The bat must be a baseball bat which meets Little League specifications and standards as noted in this rule. It shall be a smooth, rounded stick and made of wood or of material and color tested and proved acceptable to Little League standards.

Little League (Majors) and below:

It shall not be more than thirty-three (33) inches in length nor more than two and one-quarter (2¼) inches in diameter. Non-wood bats shall be labeled with a BPF (bat performance factor) of 1.15 or less;

EXCEPTION: For the Little League (Majors) and below, for regular season play and Tournament, composite bats are prohibited unless approved by Little League International. View the list of approved and licensed composite bats.

CRALL in the News

2017 Key Dates

AUG 27 - Board Meeting

Game Time Limits

For AA/AAA/Minors/Majors:  No new inning can begin after 1 hr 45 min


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Weather Hotline

The Weather Hotline number is 763-755-4833.  The information on this line only pertains to the games scheduled to be played at our park.

Congratulations to our All-Star Teams

12 yr old District 1 Champions and MN State Champions
11 yr old District 1 Champions and MN State Champions
10 yr old District 1 Champions

12 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
11 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
10 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
9 yr old Crystal Tournament Champions, Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions

13 yr old District 1, MN State and Central Region Champions
12 yr old Robbinsdale Wood Bat Tournament Champions
11 yr old Metro Classic Champions
10 yr old District 1 Champions, Robbinsdale Wood Bat Tournament Champions
9 yr old Crystal Tournament Champions, Paul Perez Memorial Tournament Champions

13 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
12 yr old Metro Classic Champions
11 yr old Glen Lake Tournament Champions
10 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
9 yr old Blaine Tournament Champions

12 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions
11 yr old District 1 and MN State Champions

Congratulations to our Tournament Teams

Robbinsdale Wood Bat Tournament Champions (12U Black Magic)
Memorial Cup Champions (12U Gold, 10U Red)
Classic Tournament Champions (Orioles)
Firecracker Tournament Champions (A's)
Raspberry Tournament Champions (Twins)

Memorial Cup Champions 
(12U Orange Crushers)
Minnetonka Bigsy Tournament Champions (10U Red)
Classic Tournament Champions (Orioles)
Firecracker Tournament Champions (Twins)
Scott Brainard Tournament Champions (Twins)

Minnetonka Bigsy Tournament Champions (9U)

Mauer Cup Champions (12U Red)