We are excited to give a project update on our indoor training facility at Heroes Park. The 6-batting cage building is designed, funded (thanks so much to our generous donors!!!), and nearly through the site plan and permitting process. We are ready to start building as soon as final permitting is approved, and are pushing to have it ready for use this off-season. Please see the attached press release for additional details.
The 2022 Bucks Youth Baseball Camp will be held at Legion Field at Heroes Park. The date for the camp will be Tuesday June 28th. Ages 7-10 will go from 5:30-7:30 while ages 11-15 will go from 7:30-9:30. Dinner will be provided for the players who attend the camp. Campers age 7-10 will eat after the conclusion of the camp @ 7:30, the 11-15 year old’s will eat prior to the start of the camp at 6:50. Players will have the opportunity to learn the game of baseball from the Bucks Players and Coaching Staff. Lunch will be provided to all camp attendees along with a T-Shirt from the Camp.****JUNE 21ST IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO GUARANTEE A T SHIRT AT THE CAMP***
With overnight snow, and cold temps predicted throughout the day, the AA and B games are cancelled today (Saturday, 5/8/21).We are still trying for games tomorrow (Sunday)…the field tarp is on, but it will take some sunshine and wind to help us get the field dried out!
Baseball pants, belt, ballcap, and long sleeves (when temps are below 50 degrees) are required. Long John bottoms are recommended as well for Monday and Tuesday. Bring spikes and non-spike athletic shoes daily as well. It’s a good idea to have rain/mud boots in your vehicle as well for field work days.
Don’t forget to turn in your physical, completed by a doctor, to be eligible to try out.
We will be accepting Group 1 Registration paperwork from 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm and Group 2 paperwork from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm.
Group 1 includes current 9th graders who played in the program in 2020, all 10th Graders, all 11th Graders, and all 12th Graders.
Group 2 includes all 7th Graders, all 8th Graders, and current 9th Graders who would be new to the program in 2021.
Updated tryout schedule below:
The Bozeman Bucks AA team closed out the regular season with a 21 – 3 conference record, making them the 2020 Conference Champions and earning the top seed entering the state tournament. Along with the #1 seed, the Bucks will have a bye in the first round of the state tournament. Their first game will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, August 6th vs. the winner of the Billings Royals/Scarlets first round game. The tournament will be played at Dehler Park in Billings, the site of the 2019 state tournament where the Bucks won their first state championship since 2007.
You can follow tournament results here: https://www.montanalegionbaseball.org/page/show/5692615-class-aa-2020-?subseason=681087
All Bucks games will be broadcast live by Mark Miller at KGVM.org.
Register online here:
The camp will be held from 1 – 4 p.m. on Sunday, April 14th at Heroes Park and will be led by current Bucks Coaches and Players. Each camper will receive a Bucks T-shirt included in the camp registration.
The Bucks Family is proud to announce that Senior Finn Snyder has committed to study and play baseball at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Macalester, a private Liberal Arts College, is a member of the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in the NCAA Division III. Snyder plans to major in math and advanced data analytics.
Macalester Coach Matt Parrington said about Finn, “Finn will be a welcomed addition to our baseball program and we are excited to work with him over the next four years. His level of maturity and focus will instantly add value to our team culture. Finn’s bat is a very good tool and we project him as a power hitter as he continues to develop.”
Snyder patrolled left field and was a productive hitter for the 2018 Bucks, leading the team in batting average, OBP, slugging percentage, and OPS. He also pitched over 40 innings, with an era below 3.0.
Bozeman Bucks Coach Schultz added: “I’m proud of Finn and so happy he found such a great fit at Macalester. He has really put the time, energy, and focus into becoming a great student, teammate, and ballplayer. He is a joy to coach because he loves the game so much and approaches practice with the purpose of getting better every day. I’m glad we get him for another summer, and can’t wait to follow his career at Macalester after that.”