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Tournament Director Position

Anoka Ramsey Baseball is looking for a Tournament Director for the upcoming 2019 baseball season.  Responsibilities include the setup and execution of our 3 key baseball tournaments – the Tornado Classic 13U Travel tournament, the House season-ending tournament, and the Gopher State 13U A Tournament of Champions).  We need to fill this important role to ensure the success of each of these tournaments and to ensure that we can continue to offer them to the baseball community.    

If you are interested in this or have questions, please contact Anoka Ramsey Baseball Commissioner, Dan Dow, at

Thank you. 

Anoka Ramsey Traveling Baseball - End of Season Survey

2018 Traveling Baseball Survey

As an association, we strive to make every year better, learn from the past and make positive changes for the future of our baseball players. Your feedback on the past season are critical to our success.

Please click on the link below to fill out the 2018 year-end survey. . . it should only take 5 minutes to complete. Again, your thoughts and feedback are extremely valuable to us. We ask that you complete the survey by August 28th.

Thank you!

Please click on link to begin the survey:


For the upcoming 2018 baseball season, Anoka Ramsey baseball is looking for local businesses to sponsor a traveling baseball team. By sponsoring a team, you will contribute to a fund that provides for field upgrades, equipment, upgraded and enhanced uniform offerings and various tournament fees. In return you will have your company logo printed on the uniform (sleeve) of the team you sponsor. The cost to sponsor a team is $600.00 for the season.

If you have any questions, or want to commit to sponsoring a team, please contact:

Don Gonse

Anoka Ramsey Baseball Traveling Director

(612) 590-2790

If interested, please complete the information below and forward to Due to uniforms being ordered for the upcoming season, we are looking for sponsors to commit at this time.

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