SJMSBL's 30th Season Starts April 30 - Opening Day Schedule Released
The 30th anniversary season of SJMSBL is only one week away.
The Opening Day schedule is now posted on the Schedule page.
We are also pleased to announce that ALL of our 14 field sites have confirmed use permits for the 2017 season!
There will be 240 regular season games followed by 34 playoff contests before the league crowns three division champions in September.
Get ready to enjoy a lot of baseball…
San José Captures 2016 World Series Father/Son American Title
San José defeated the Capitol City Cardinals 11-4 on Oct. 30th to capture the World Series Father/Son American Division title.
Giants Win Brawl For It All, Claim SJMSBL 25+ League Championship.
The Dunn Division Champion Giants beat the Ettare Division Champion Yankees 5-1 at Los Gatos to claim the first true league championship in the 25+ divisions since 2000.
63-year-old phenom Mike Denevi pitched a complete game five-hitter allowing only a single unearned run. Ryan Erickson (7 IP) and Shawn Sanford (1 IP) threw for the Yankees.
Yankees Sweep Nationals To Three-peat As Ettare Champions.
Strong pitching performances from Shawn Sanford and Ryan Erickson lead the Yankees to a sweep of the Nationals en route to their third straight Ettare Championship.
Twins Top Reds 2-1. Repeat As Nicewonger Champions.
Mike Monelo fired a two-hit complete game with 15 strikeouts to lead the Twins past the Reds in game 3 of the Nicewonger Championship Series. The win gives the Twins back-to-back championships.
Giants Win 17th Division Title. Fourth in Five Years.
The 2016 Giants put the crowning touch on a great season ? going wire to wire to win the 2016 Dunn Division Championship. In the championship game, Houston Hibberd threw 8 innings giving up 2 runs and striking out 7 while leading the Giants to a 5-2 win over the Indians. The victory secured the 17th SJMSBL championship for the Giants, their third straight title, and fourth in the last five years.
To open the playoffs, the Giants put up 28 consecutive scoreless innings including a complete game no-hitter by Mike Denevi in Game 1 of the semi-finals and a complete game one hitter by Houston Hibberd in Game 1 of the finals.