Schedules & Information



Sunday games 1:00 p.m.

Friday games 6:30 p.m.

All games at the SVCC yard (directions).

The front field is the field near the parking lot.

The back field is the field near the back trees.

Second team listed is home team.

Sunday, May 18

Green 0, Black 2 • box score: 2014-05-18 Green vs Black.pdf

Red 1, Blue 3 • box score: 2014-05-18 Red vs Blue.pdf

Sunday, May 25

Black 7, Red 5 • box score: 2014-05-25 Black vs Red.pdf

Blue 2, Green 3 • box score: 2014-05-25 Blue vs Green.pdf

Friday, May 30

Red 5, Green 6 • box score: 2014-05-30 Red vs Green.pdf

Sunday, June 1

Black 7, Blue 1 • box score: 2014-06-01 Black vs Blue.pdf

Sunday, June 8

Blue 6, Red 11 • box score: 2014-06-08 Blue vs Red.pdf

Black 7, Green 1 • box score: 2014-06-08 Black vs Green.pdf

Sunday, June 15

Green 5, Blue 4 • box score: 2014-06-15 Green vs Blue.pdf

Red 7, Black 8 • box score: 2014-06-15 Red vs Black.pdf

Friday, June 20

Green 3, Red 4 • box score: 2014-06-20 Green vs Red.pdf

Blue 4, Black 15 • box score: 2014-06-20 Blue vs Black.pdf

Sunday, June 22

Green 8, Black 6 • box score: 2014-06-22 Green vs Black.pdf

Red 5, Blue 2 • box score: 2014-06-22 Red vs Blue.pdf

Sunday, June 29

NO GAMES — church has Potholes State Park Family Campout this weekend

Sunday, July 6

Blue 6, Green 4 • box score: 2014-07-06 Blue vs Green.pdf

Black 6, Red 2 • box score: 2014-07-06 Black vs Red.pdf

Sunday, July 13

Blue 1, Black 5 • box score: 2014-07-13 Blue vs Black.pdf

Red 1, Green 2 • box score: 2014-07-13 Red vs Green.pdf


double-elimination • higher seed is home team (except Game 7)

NOTE: The playoff schedule has been changed since it was first announced.  This is the updated schedule.

All games will be played on the front field.

Thursday, July 17 - 6:30 p.m.

Game 2 - Red 6, Green 2 • box score: 2014-07-17 Playoff 2 Red vs Green.pdf

Friday, July 18 - 6:30 p.m.

Game 1  - Blue 1, Black 7 • box score: 2014-07-18 Playoff 1 Blue vs Black.pdf

Sunday, July 20

Game 3, 1:00 p.m. - Red 9, Black 10 • box score: 2014-07-20 Playoff 3 Red vs Black.pdf

Game 4, 6:30 p.m. - Blue 5, Green 0 (Green eliminated at 4th place) • box score: 2014-07-20 Playoff 4 Blue vs Green.pdf

Friday, July 25, 6:30 p.m.

Game 5 - Blue 3, Red 4 • box score: 2014-07-25 Playoff 5 Blue vs Red.pdf

Sunday, August 3, 1:00 p.m.

Game 6 - Red 6, Black 1 • box score: 2014-08-03 Playoff 6 Red vs Black.pdf

Game 7 - Black 4, Red 5 • box score: 2014-08-03 Playoff 7 Black vs Red.pdf


Friday, August 8, 6:00 p.m.

Home Run Derby - won by Griffin M.

All-Star Game - Black-Blue 3, Red-Green 4

Sunday, August 10, 1:00 p.m.

All-Kids Game - Black-Blue 7, Red-Green 24

Download the official 2014 rulebook here:

Rules 2014.pdf


All teams advance to the postseason tournament, a double-elimination tournament.  Teams are seeded according to their regular season records.  Tiebreakers are as follows:
  1) best head-to-head record
  2) most runs scored in head-to-head games
  3) run differential (runs scored minus runs scored against) in all games
  4) most home runs hit in all games
a coin flip

Click on the updated tournament brackets to download.FBL_Schedules_&_Information_files/Slide1.jpg


The season will close with three all-star competitions:


24 players will be invited to play in the All-Star Game.  Players must qualify to participate in this game.  They may qualify in 3 ways:

  1. Merit-based Selections — 12 players with the top statistical rankings in certain categories will be invited to play.  (See the rankings on the Standings and Stats page.)

  2. Fan Selections — The next 8 players who receive the most fan votes will be invited to play.  Fans in game attendance may vote once per game day.  (See the vote tallies on the Standings and Stats page.)

  3. Captains’ Selections — The team captains as a group will choose the remaining players based on a combination of statistical merit, fan popularity, and sportsmanship.


The Home Run Derby will precede the All-Star Game.  All players who hit a home run during the season will be invited to participate.


Only kids play in this game!  All children age 17 (or just finished 12th grade) and under who play at least 5 games during the season will be invited to participate.



Download the updated schedule: 2014 Schedule Revised.pdf


August 3


Game 1 — Red 6, Black 1 — In a stunning upset of Black, which had lost only 1 game all season, Red forced a double-header and swept it to claim their second FBL title ever and first since 2011.  (See our History Page.)  The first game was Red's from the start as Griffin Mallonee knocked a 2-run homer in the first inning to put Red ahead.  With sterling defense throughout the game, Red held Black's league-leading offense to a single run (scored by Black's first batter of the game, Adam Cox).  Red secured the win with a trio of home runs in the third inning, including a long ball by Zale Lockwood and then back-to-back home runs by brothers Griffin & Cooper Mallonee.  Griffin earned the game's MVP award for his 2 home runs, 2 runs, 4 RBI, and 2 scoreless innings pitched.

Game 2 — Black 4, Red 5

 Black came out strong in the second game, scoring in the first inning on a solo home run by Josh Cosper.  Black carried a 1-0 lead into the fourth inning, then added 3 more runs on a home run by Jeremy Cox to pull ahead 4-0.  Red got a run in the fifth inning on Bobby Campbell's double that scored Cooper Mallonee to make it 4-1, but when two of Red's first three batters were put out in the bottom of the sixth inning, it looked like Black had all but secured the game and the championship and would become the first FBL team to repeat as champions.  However, with a runner aboard, Zale Lockwood drove a ball just beyond the reach of Black outfielder Jeremy Cox and over the left field fence to make it 4-3 and extend the game.  Corbin Tash followed with a single, and then Griffin Mallonee hit a line drive that easily cleared the left field fence for a walk-off, championship-winning home run.  In the day's 2 games combined, Black hit 2 home runs and Red hit 6 (three by Griffin Mallonee), for an amazing total of 8 homers.  Zale Lockwood earned the MVP award for the second game with his 2-run home run, a run scored, 2 RBI, and 2 perfect innings pitched.