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Welcome to BHSB's home on the web!

Welcome to the home of Burnsville High School Baseball (BHS Baseball) and BHS Baseball Booster Club. BHS Baseball will be utilizing this website for all communication with our players and their parents during the school year and post-season. We encourage fans to use the site too. 

BHS Baseball website is operated by the BHS Baseball Booster Club.
Burnsville High Schoois part of ISD 191 which is located in Burnsville, Minnesota. For more information about our BHS Baseball and BHS Baseball Booster Club, please visit the “About Us” page.

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All Games Cancelled TODAY
Make up for Varsity will be this Saturday  4/30 at 2:00 RHS...
Cane's Fundraiser for Baseball Monday, May 2nd
  Boys Baseball Cane’s Fundraiser:  Show your...
Salt Loading Teams
Burnsville Blaze Baseball 2016...
BAC Youth Night May 9
Join us at Alimagnet Park for the Varsity game vs. Eagan at 7:00...
BWW Eat Wings-Wed. May 11th
Stop at BWW on Wednesday, May 11th for a bite to eat and support...
2016 Spring Trip
  Link to pictures from the trip
Edit my account
Edit My Account Information/Website   Once...
Athletic Training and Injury information
Doug Nelson, ATC Atletic training room 952-707-2371 dnelso25@fairview.org   Spring...
BA 191 Waiver
  BA191 Summer Baseball parents and players,   Our...
Legion Prospect Series
BA 191 Summer Baseball
Legion tryouts this Sunday, May 1st 16u - 11AM to 1:00 19u...
College recruiting
Please view the college recruiting tab for more information  
All Games Cancelled TODAY

Make up for Varsity will be this Saturday  4/30 at 2:00 RHS - All lower levels will be made up in a double header on 5/19.

Practice today F190.
Varsity: 2:30-3:15
JV: 3:20 - 3:55
Soph: 4:00 - 4:45
9th: 4:50-6:30

by posted 04/28/2016
Cane's Fundraiser for Baseball Monday, May 2nd


Boys Baseball Cane’s Fundraiser: 

Show your team spirit to support BHS Boys Baseball at the Apple Valley Canes on Monday, May 2nd, 3:00 pm-9:00 pm.  (7501 150th St W, Apple Valley, MN)

  •  Just tell the cashier “I support Burnsville Baseball” and 15% of the sales will go to the club.


  •   You can really show your support by coming to watch the Varsity take on Shakopee at 4:30 pm at Alimagnet Park before or after you head to Canes!!

by posted 04/28/2016
Salt Loading Teams
Burnsville Blaze Baseball
2016 Spring Salt Sale Fundraiser
Salt pick up times:  Friday 7:00 pm-8:30 pm, Saturday 8:00 am-Noon

Players will not be loading salt on Friday night, you're on your own
  7:45 am-9:30 am Sat 7:45 am-
9:30 am Sat
9:15 am-
11:00 am Sat
9:15 am-
11:00 am Sat
10:45 am-
12:00 Sat
  Team Schneider Team Ferderer Team Larsen Team Schiller Team Robb
1 Sam Schneider Kyle Ferderer Brenden Larsen Michael Schiller Noah Robb
2 Jackson Martens Caleb Casey Colin Strey Eric Otto Matt Otto
3 Sam Carlson Andrew Hanson Damon Olson Tyler Birkholz Sam Carman
4 Jack Madsen Ben Milhaupt Ryan Brunner Matt Becker Danny Sandvig
5 Jacob Becker Henry Ristvedt Max Hanson Tyler Smith Ben Hensley
6 Logan Carpenter DJ Young Jake Spaude Luke Hasslinger Derek Thellin
7 Travis Agarano Will Bramley Jacob Ellingson Benjamin Huddleson Mitchell Kohler
8 Tyler Anderson Matthew Dunning Garrett Gregersen Marcus Keller Jack Kudrna
9 Sam Schliemann Nick Rodenberg Alex Mountain Matt Mittelstaedt Zachary Matthews
10 Brendan Schorn Jordan Discher Justin Fuller Nicholas Gilman Steve Kleiter
11 Zachary Andreasen Brady Doyle Zack Fuller Brandon Hugo Zach Logelin
12 Drew Schwab Chris Doyle Collin Ridgeway Isaac Peterson Cade Marsolek
13 Jace Trachsel Trace Alyea Justyn Bongard Tylor Dickensen Adam Haag
14 Lucas Lesser Alec Johnson Dylan Hughes Dalton Duce Zachary Hjermstad
15 Cole Magnuson Derek Rache Carter Sieben Patrick Otto Colby Simmons
16 Riley Stagg Alex Stendel      

by posted 04/26/2016
BAC Youth Night May 9

Join us at Alimagnet Park for the Varsity game vs. Eagan at 7:00 pm on May 9.


Come early, wear your BAC jersey, kids can go on the field, and get a hot dog,
hips and a water


by posted 04/13/2016
BWW Eat Wings-Wed. May 11th

Stop at BWW on Wednesday, May 11th for a bite to eat and support the BHS Baseball program!




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by posted 04/08/2016
2016 Spring Trip


Link to pictures from the trip

by posted 04/04/2016
Edit my account

Edit My Account Information/Website


Once at the BHS Baseball website (www.burnsvillebaseball.org), you should go to Edit My Account under Association menu.
You are new to the system (same as traveling baseball) or need further information; you should go to Using This Site under Association menu first.
Your players name is entered already with their grade, a birthday (possibly wrong) and email(s).
If you have not used the system before, there could be a “parent” account already set up so you can edit the “parent” as the first name and add another parent/guardian.
Information from the BHS site where you registered does not transfer to this site so we need you to enter contact information for us.    
Sign in with an email that you have been receiving BHSB emails from and select the Continue button. A password will be emailed to that email address and then you can finish logging in.
Edit each parent/guardian’s (only holds 2 parent/guardians) and each player’s account to make sure BHS Baseball Boosters, coaches and your teammates have (1) your contact information and (2) if you would like notification for games.  
Practices are not on schedule.  

We will text and email if practices or games are canceled or more urgent notifications.

 This is how we communicate. If it affects schedule, the main website administrator will be handling (not individual teams).

by posted 03/01/2016
Athletic Training and Injury information

Doug Nelson, ATC

Atletic training room 952-707-2371



Spring hours:  2:00-3:30--located at the back of the boys and girls locker rooms across from the gym. 


Physician available on site every Thursday




by posted 03/01/2016
BA 191 Waiver


BA191 Summer Baseball parents and players,


Our insurance carrier has required us to add a waiver to our Player and Parent Agreement. A copy is attached. Please review this before the parents meeting for summer baseball in the spring.


This is a reminder that their baseball activities could result in injury and that they accept this risk as a participant of this sport and hold certain parties harmless from responsibility of the injury.


Thank you


Baseball Association 191


by posted 02/22/2016
Legion Prospect Series

Coach Jeppson,


The office of the Minnesota American Legion Baseball Committee, in conjunction withwww.legionbaseballhub.com is pleased to announce the inaugural Legion Prospect Series (LPS) – a three-tiered event designed to provide ALB players with an opportunity to showcase their talents in front of college coaches and professional scouts.  

The LPS kicks off with online registration (www.legionprospectseries.com) taking place beginning on October 21, 2015, followed by the LPS Open Tryout Evaluations commencing in February.  The tryouts will be hosted at Edina’s Braemar Field Dome and Players Only Baseball Facility, and will be coordinated by former Minnesota Twin great, and current American Legion Coach, Gene Larkin.  

For the LPS Tryouts, we have assembled a highly experienced and respected Evaluation Task Force, comprised of current American Legion coaches and former MLB professionals, who will be tasked with selecting 150-200 players to compete in the second tier of the event – the LPS Scout Day. Spots will be extremely limited, so please encourage your players to register as soon as possible.  

LPS Scout Day will be held at Siebert Field, on the campus of the University of Minnesota.  This select group of prospects will once again be evaluated in a showcase setting, in front of college coaches and professional scouts.  From here, the 150-200 will be pared down to 60 players who will be recognized as the premiere ALB prospects in the state, and known as the LPS Elite 60.  These players will be invited to be compete in the LPS Elite 60 Games, that are to be played in front of college coaches and scouts, providing the prospects with an additional opportunity to gain exposure. 

The Legion Prospect Series, supported by Minnesota American Legion Baseball, the Minnesota Twins organization, and Under Armour will provide all of Minnesota’s ALB players with an opportunity display their tools and talents in a tryout setting, which could lead to an opportunity for them to be showcase their tools and talents in front of a surplus of college coaches and professional scouts.  This will be the most credible Prospect Series (or Showcase) in the state, and will change the way our players will attain the exposure they deserve.

How can you help?  Please forward this e-mail on to your players (ages 16-18) and have them log ontowww.legionprospectseries.com to register.  Please click here for a detailed explanation of the entire Process.  Please click here for evaluation process dates, times and locations.   Thank you in advance for your support of this tremendous opportunity for our American Legion ball players, and thank you for all you do for American Legion Baseball in the state of Minnesota.

Yours in Legion Baseball,

LPS Executive Team
Nick Kennedy - Edina Legion Post #471
Todd Jahnke - Hopkins Legion Post #320
Gene Larkin - Edina Legion Post #471

by posted 12/08/2015
BA 191 Summer Baseball

Legion tryouts this Sunday, May 1st

16u - 11AM to 1:00
19u - 1:30 to 3:30



Hello Parents and Families,
We want to fill you in on our summer baseball program before the hetic high school season starts.
We have 3 teams in our summer program, the Cobras (19u), Pythons (19u), and Rattlers (16u). All play quality baseball across the metro with chances to play in regionals and even the American Legion World series! New to 2016 is the formation of the Pythons into a second legion team that will compete against a Legion and Legion 2 league schedule.
There are always a lot of questions on how the teams are picked. Cobras get first pick of all players no matter the age, just like varsity. The remaining players are placed on teams respective to the team's age requirements and talent level.

Tryouts will be May 1st at Alimagnet Park Sophomores 11-1:00
Juniors and Seniors same date and location, the time will be 1:30-3:30
Rainout date will be May 8th same field and times.
To give you an idea of what the summer looks like, listed below are the tournaments:
Rattlers tournaments
May 27-29th Stillwater
June 10-12th Alexandria (Please get your reservations for rooms asap)
June 17-19th Burnsville
July 8-10th Prior lake
Familes are responsible for their own lodging and other expenses.
Cobra Tournaments:
June 17-19 Edina Invitational
June 24-26 Burnsville
July 8-10 Gopher Classic @ Burnsville
July 15-17 Edina Sub-State Preview
We understand there is life outside of baseball and there may be conflicts. Knowing the schedule ahead of time should help with your planning. Talk to the team's head coach about concerns. League games are typically played Tuesday thru Thursday. Rattlers start late May and Cobras and Pythons start when Burnsville high school season is over.
State and regional tournaments are at the season end which ends middle of July.  Please try not to schedule other events during the times of these tournaments as we plan on qualifying!
The baseball season is a very fun season and is designed to improve the players skills as well.  All our teams have college experienced players and or high school coaches on their staff. If you know someone who wants to play even if they did not play high school ball encourage them to attend our tryouts. Any questions or concerns please contact one of the coaches listed below.
Nate Schlieman - Cobras



BA 191 Burnsville Summer Baseball News


BA 191 is making a few changes to its summer baseball program with our players in mind.


First, the week around the Fourth of July will be a player vacation week with no practices or games scheduled. This is intended to allow our players time to decompress from school and baseball and allow them to have some time to enjoy the summer.


Second, the Python team will now be associated with American Legion baseball. This is intended to introduce our players to a higher caliber of baseball and allow them to improve their skills so they are better prepared to step up to the next level. 19-year-olds will be allowed to participate on this team as they are on any American Legion team.


BA 191 will continue to have the Cobra team, which is already associated with American Legion baseball, and the Rattlers team, which is a Junior American Legion team with the upper age limit of 16 years old.


BA 191 is a not-for-profit organization founded to sponsor Burnsville Summer baseball at the high school age level through various funding raising activities. We provide up to 50% of each players total participation cost which includes field fees, baseballs, uniforms, umpires and qualified coaches. The player’s fee this year is $550.


BA 191 has also raised additional funding responsible for many improvements on the Alimagnet baseball fields.


Further info will be sent out in Jan-Feb when tryouts, schedules, and tournament dates are known.

by posted 03/16/2015
College recruiting

Please view the college recruiting tab for more information


by posted 08/29/2014
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