Summer 2012 All Star Photos

Posted on November 21st, 2012 by Brian Teeter

Here are a few action shots from this past weekend’s All Star game in Lahaina!


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Summer 2012 Season Award Winners

Posted on November 21st, 2012 by Brian Teeter

At the end of each season, we ask honor players, managers and rookies with awards for outstanding seasons.  This season, the players and managers of the league chose to honor these players for their achievements this season:


Tim Page (Dirtbags)


Cy Young Award

Jeremy Logue (Rays)

Travis Castillion (Rays)


Batting Champion

Anthony Beningo (Warriors, .542 Batting Average)


Manager of the Year

Rich Doster (Dirtbags)


Most Improved

Rai Johnson (Brewers)

Kenneth Talbot III Award

Rich Doster (Dirtbags)


Gold Glove

Josh Meier (Dirtbags)


Rookie of the Year

Cory Wray


Congratulations to all of this season’s award winners!

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Congratulations to the Lahaina Warriors!

Posted on November 13th, 2012 by Brian Teeter

The Warriors fought a hard road to make it to the Championship series.  In Week 14 of the regular season, faced with a must-win situation to have a shot at the playoffs, they trounced the Centipedes in a 7 inning rout.

Having made the playoffs as the 4th seed, the Warriors drew a tough playoff match up facing the 5 time defending champion Central Rays.  In a back and forth series, the Warriors faced and defeated the vaunted Rays beating them in a pivotal game 3 to send them to the Championship series.

The Championship series wasn’t going to be easy either, facing off against an always tough La Perouse Pirates squad.  But, the Warriors were ready and swept the series beating the La Perouse Pirates 6-3 and 13 – 7 to capture their first MABL Championship title!

Congratulations to the Warriors, and to all the teams who participated in a great playoff season!

This weekend the MABL All Stars will be facing off in Lahaina at noon.  Prior to the All Star game we will present the Championship Trophy to the Warriors.  We will also hand out regular season awards to the winners.

Come out and check it out!

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Summer 2012 All Star Selections

Posted on November 11th, 2012 by Brian Teeter

Aloha All!

The Summer 2012 Regular Season has come to an end.  It was a great season filled with exciting baseball.  As we roll into the playoffs, I want to announce each team selection’s for the All Star teams.

As you know, each team nominates 3 players from their squad to represent their team in the season ending All Star Game.  In addition, league’s Team Managers and Board of Directors collectively vote to select 6 more deserving players to the All Star game.

This season’s selections are shown below.  Congratulations to all who were selected.

This season’s All Star game will be held next Sunday 11/18 in Lahaina at noon.  Come early to cheer on our older teammates in the first ever 40+ division game preceding the All Star game!  Also, regular season player awards will be announced prior to the All Star game.


All Star Team Managers:

Tom Kowalick – Central Rays (1st place)

Tom will be managing the All Star Team made up of the Rays, Pirates, Brewers and Navigators All Stars.


Rich Doster – Upcountry Dirtbags (2nd place)

Rich will be managing the All Star Team made up of the Dirtbags, Warriors, Marlins and Centipedes All Stars.



All Star Player Selections:


  • Cheney Higa
  • Kevin Spaise
  • Brian Teeter



  • Timmy Tano
  • Dusty Newkirk
  • Carlos
  • Jose Velasco



  • Ryan Silva
  • Chad Walla
  • Cory Wray



  • Oscar Duran
  • Rai Johnson
  • Mikey Marinello
  • John Davis



  • Ikaika Neizman
  • John Reis
  • Anthony Benignio
  • Justin Newsome



  • Sam Davis
  • Jay Rigsby
  • Steve Meriams



  • Tim Page
  • Josh Meier
  • Dave Perzinski
  • Daimar Tamarack



  • Jeremy Loque
  • Aaron Loque
  • Travis Castillo
  • Jonah Abreu
  • James Ballao







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Warriors Lead Championship Series 1 – 0

Posted on November 8th, 2012 by Brian Teeter

The Lahaina Warriors won a spirited first round contest against the tenacious La Perouse Pirates 6 – 3 in Lahaina last Sunday.

The final round of the Championship series will take place this weekend in Makawao, starting at 10am.  Can the Pirates come back to win game 2, forcing a pivotal game 3 in the series?  Come on upcountry to find out!

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Championship Series Begins Sunday!

Posted on November 4th, 2012 by Brian Teeter

Aloha All,

The feisty LaPerouse Pirates came back from a 1 game deficit last weekend to win 2 games in a row to launch them into their first MABL Championship series!

The ever potent Lahaina Warriors were able to take down the 5 time defending champion Central Rays in their best of 3 game series to bring them to the Championship round once again.

The first game of the best of 3 series will go tomorrow at 10am in Lahaina.  Come out and cheer for your favorite team!

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Week 2 Playoff Update

Posted on October 23rd, 2012 by Brian Teeter

Aloha All,

Excellent news!  With the assistance of Mike Foley and his connections in Central Parks, we have been granted the use of the Stadium this weekend for the playoffs!

After conferring with the playoff team managers we’re going to have the following schedule of games at the Stadium:

  • 10am – Dirtbags vs Pirates Game 2
  • 1pm – Dirtbags vs Pirates Game 3 (if needed)


  • 4pm – Rays vs Warriors Game 2
  • 7pm – Rays vs Warriors Game 3 (if needed)

The current standings of the playoffs are:

  • Warriors up 1 – 0 vs the Rays
  • Dirtbags up 1 – 0 vs the Pirates

This weekend’s games will decide who moves on to the championship series next weekend!

Come out and enjoy a full day of games at the stadium!

If we do not have a Game 3 for either the Dirtbags/Pirates or Rays/Warriors games, we may try to do a pick up game of the folks who did not make the playoffs.  We have the stadium we should use it the best we can.  So, if you are coming to watch, bring your gear just in case, you might get to play in a pick up game.

Thanks – Brian

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Final Summer 2012 Standings and Playoffs

Posted on October 17th, 2012 by Brian Teeter

Summer 2012 Standings


Team W L PCT GB STRK Last Game
Central Rays 12 2 0.857 W1 Rays 10 – Brewers 5
Upcountry Dirtbags 11 3 0.786 1.0 W6 Dirtbags 16 – Marlins 2
La Perouse Pirates 8 6 0.571 4.0 L2 Pirates 15 – Navs 4
Lahaina Warriors 8 6 0.571 4.0 W1 Warriors 16 – Pedes 0
West Maui Brewers 8 6 0.571 4.0 L1 Rays 10 – Brewers 5
Maui Marlins 5 9 0.357 7.0 L1 Dirtbags 16 – Marlins 2
North Shore Navigators 3 11 0.214 9.0 L4 Pirates 15 – Navs 4
Kihei Centipedes 1 13 0.071 11.0 L1 Warriors 16 – Pedes 0


After a spirited season and an important final week of the season, the Pirates and Warriors earned the 3rd and 4th playoff seeds with their final week victories, besting the Brewers by tie breaks.


Playoff and Consolation Game Schedule

Here is the upcoming weekend’s playoff and consolation game schedule.  If you are playing the morning consolation games, stick around for the first round of the playoffs!


15 10/21 1 SUN Pirates at Dirtbags Makawao  1:15 PM
10/21 2 SUN Warriors at Rays Lahaina  1:15 PM
10/21 3 SUN Navigators at Centipedes Makawao  10:00 AM
10/21 4 SUN Brewers at Marlins Lahaina  10:00 AM

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Statistics Up To Date

Posted on October 14th, 2012 by Brian Teeter

Aloha All!

The web site has been updated once again with the latest box scores and statistics. Everything that has been turned in through week 13, is now on the site.

Check out your stats, and your favorite player stats using the links on the right side of the page.


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Week 13 Standings and Playoff Picture

Posted on October 8th, 2012 by Brian Teeter

Summer 2012 Standings

(As of 10.7.2012)

Team W L PCT GB STRK Last Game
Central Rays (x)
11 2 0.846 L1 Pedes Win by Forfeit
Upcountry Dirtbags (y) 9 3 0.750 1.5 W4 Dirtbags 7 – Pirates 5
West Maui Brewers 8 5 0.615 3.0 W3 Brewers 2 – Warriors 0
La Perouse Pirates 7 6 0.538 4.0 L2 Dirtbags 7 – Pirates 5
Lahaina Warriors 7 6 0.538 4.0 L3 Brewers 2 – Warriors 0
Maui Marlins 5 8 0.385 6.0 W2 Marlins 15 – Navs 4
North Shore Navigators 3 10 0.231 8.0 L4 Marlins 15 – Navs 4
Kihei Centipedes 1 12 0.077 10.0 W1 Pedes Win by Forfeit

(x) Clinched Division Title

(y) Clinched Playoff Birth


Playoff Clinches

The 5 time defending champion Central Rays clenched their playoff birth and league division title in Week 11 and will be returning to try to defend their title a record 6th time.

The Upcountry Dirtbags have clenched their playoff birth this week after moving to 9-3 in a solid victory over the perennially tough La Perouse Pirates.


Playoff Picture

The remaining two playoff spots are up for grabs between 3 teams going into week 14, the final week of the season. The Brewers, Pirates and Warriors are all contending for those final 2 spots.

The West Maui Brewers are in control of their own destiny.  If they win their week 14 match up against the Central Rays, they are guaranteed 3rd place and a birth to the playoffs! If the Brewers lose in week 14, they can still make the playoffs in 4th place, but then it gets complicated.

The La Perouse Pirates also control their destiny.  A win guarantees then 4th place at a minimum, and potentially 3rd place.


Situation 1: Brewers Win

Brewers Win they take 3rd place.  In that case if the Pirates win their week 14 game against the Navigators, the Pirates take 4th place, no matter the result of the Warriors/Centipedes game.  (The Pirates would win a tie breaker with the Warriors as they won that series 2 – 0.)

Situation 2: Brewers Lose, Pirates Win, Warriors Win

In this case, all 3 teams would finish 8-6.  So we would go to tie breakers.

  • Brewers vs Pirates, the series was tied 1-1, and the runs scored was also tied in their series.  The next tie breaker is total runs scored, and the Pirates would win based on total runs scored, so the Pirates would be ahead of the Warriors.
  • Pirates vs. Warriors, the series was 2-0 Pirates so they win this tie breaker.
  • Brewers vs Warriors, the series was tied 1-1, but Warriors win the tie breaker based on Runs scored, so tie breaker goes to the Warriors
  • Since the Pirates win both tie breakers, they would be in 3rd place, Warriors beat the Brewers, so they would be in 4th place, Brewers in 5th.

Situation 3: Brewers Lose, Pirates Lose, Warriors Win

The Warriors would be in 3rd place, 8-6, the Brewers in fourth, 8-6, Pirates in 5th, 7-7.


Situation 4: Brewers Lose, Pirates Win, Warriors Lose

The Pirates would be in 3rd place, 8-6, the Brewers in fourth, 8-6, Warriors in 5th, 7-7.



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