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Wed Aug 13/14 9:00pm:
2014:
Smokin Guns 2
Marysburg 10

Wed Aug 13/14 6:30pm:
2014:
Diggers 2
Marysburg 12

Thu Jul 31/14 6:30pm:
2014:
Dodgers 2
Marysburg 4

Countdown to Opening Day
(May 11/14)


Welcome to the home of the Marysburg Royals!

 
The Marysburg Royals are a proud member of the Saskatoon Senior Baseball League!!! 

2014 is the 96th consecutive season that Marysburg has fielded a Senior Baseball team.  The team officially uses the year 1918 as their inception year, however, there is proof that there was a team in Marysburg as early as 1906.  Legend has it, Herb Bauml named the team the Royals in the late 1940's.

We have been in the SSBL since 2004 after being in the old North Central Baseball League for 40 years.  Feel free to browse our website!

The Royals would like to thank our major sponsors for the 2013 and 2014 year - South 20 Dodge Chrysler and RONA!  Thanks so much for you support!

 

Posted Aug 20/14 - Royals face Blue Jays

The Royals have learned they will take on the Blue Jays in the best of three first round series. Games one and two are Tuesday August 26th in Saskatoon at 6:30 and 9:00 at Cairns Field.

Posted Aug 19/14 - Royals head to playoffs

The Royals don't know who will take on yet in the first round of playoffs but they do know it will be the fourth place team.  They also know that the first round will start on Tuesday August 26th with two games being played that evening.  If a third game is necessary it will be played on Thursday August 28th at 6:30pm.  All playoff games will be in Saskatoon.

Posted Aug 14/14 - Royals win last league games

The Royals were in Saskatoon last night for their last regular season games of the year. The first game saw the Royals take on the Diggers. Eric Bollefer threw a complete game 12-2 victory. The defense didn't make any errors and the bats were huge in this game belting out 20 hits. 

The second game saw the Royals defeat the Guns by a score of 10-2. Colin Bauml threw two innings and Paul Strueby threw the last five to get the win. The defense was solid making only one error and the bats were big again pounding out twelve hits lead by Cole Bauml who hit his sixth bomb of the year. 

The Royals finish the regular season with a 21-3 record and another league pennant. Playoff dates are TBD. The Royaks are happy to announce they can actually take part in playoffs this year.

Posted Aug 1/14 - Royals defeat Dodgers

In what is always the hardest game of the year to play (first game after provincials) the Royals took on the Dodgers and defeated them 4-2 in ten innings. Brent Puetz threw five innings and Paul Strueby also threw five to get the win.  The bats were quiet with only six hits, but the pitching kept the game close. The next action for the Royals is on August 13th when they finish the regular season with a double dip in Saskatoon against the Diggers and Guns. 

 

Posted Jul 29/14 - Royals finish 2nd at Provincials...again

The Royals were in Kindersley for the annual Senior AA Provincial Championship this past weekend.  The boys were supposed to play at 9am on Saturday, however, the rains came and all games were pushed back.  The first game was at 4pm against the Dodgers.  It was a tight game until the fifth inning when the Royals broke it open with the help of a Dustin Emberley homerun.  The final score was 5-1 for the Royals with Paul Strueby picking up the win. The Outlaws were up next at 6pm.  In a tight game the Royals lost 4-3.  Brett Yarskie threw a complete game for the Royals and Dustin Emberley and Rylan Korte lead the way with two hits a piece.

This put the Royals up against the Saskatoon Diggers in th quarter final Sunday morning at 10:30.  Dean Jaeb threw a very strong complete game.  After giving up two runs in the first, Dean settled in and only gave up one more the rest of the way.  The boys battled hard and dug deep against Jordan Rawlyk, who was throwing a very good game for the Diggers, to tie the game up in the fifth and then win it in the bottom of the seventh.  Marty Yeager, Paul Strueby, Luke Strueby, and Geoff Strueby had the key hits to drive in runs in this game.  This put them up against the Regina Capitals at 3:30pm.  Colin Bauml started on the mound for the Royals throwing five strong innings.  Eric Bollefer threw two scoreless innings to secyre the win.  The boys were actually no hit through the first three innings, until they finally pushed one across on Caps starter JP Willner.  The boys broke the game open in the fifth as they scored four runs.  The boys were able to hold on for the win, advancing them to the Senior AA Provincial Final for the fourth time in five years.

The Royals were up against the Saskatoon Outlaws who had defeated the Stallions in the other semi.  The game was tight for the first two innings and then the wheels fell off.  The Royals made a couple errors and the Outlaws hit well as they got to starter Eric Bollefer and also Dean Jaeb and Craig Mcwillie who relieved him.  The bats were quiet in the game and nothing really went the way the Royals had hoped.  The final score was 13-1 for the Outlaws.  The boys can hold their heads high.  They played five games in roughly a day's time and played hard.  It was a good run and we came up against a hot team in the final.  Excellent effort boys and congrats to the Saskatoon Outlaws on their provincial championship!

The Royals would like to thank the Outlaws for hosting and the volunteers in Kindersley for putting on a great event.  A lot of hard work was done by the grounds crew after the rains came.  To get the diamonds in as good of shape as they were was fantastic.  Thanks Outlaws and Kindersley...it was a job well done.

Also thank you to all the fans who came out to support us.  It means a lot to see our wives, girlfriends, children, parents, grandparents, and all other supporters in the stands.  It makes it so much easier for us to play with the support you give us.  Thank you so much!

The Royals have three league games left as they play out the regular season.  Next action for the Royals is on Thursday when they take on the Saskatoon Dodgers at 6:30 at Cairns field.

Posted Jul 23/14 - Royals win

The Royals took on the Jays last night and defeated them by a score of 13-3. Eric Bollefer, Brett Yarskie, Craig McWillie, and Brent Puetz did the pitching, the defense was good not making any errors, and the bats were big with 10 hits. Next action for the Royals is this weekend in Kindersley at the Senior AA provincial championship.

Posted Jul 21/14 - Condolences

The Royals would like to extend our sincere condolences to our coach Shaun Timmerman and his family on the passing of his father Gord.  Gord was great person and was often seen at many Royals games over the years.  He will be dearly missed.

Posted Jul 21/14 - New sponsor!

The Royals would like to thank Schuler/Lefevbre Funeral home for their donation to our team for the 2014 season! Thank you very much!

Posted Jul 21/14 - Royals drop one to Outlaws, split with Guns

On Thursday the Royals dropped a rain/storm shortened game to the Outlaws by a score of 7-2. Craig McWillie started on the mound throwing 3 and Eric Bollefer threw two. The defense was poor making 3 errors and the bats were quiet with 3 hits. We were just happy to get out of there alive because it was lightning all night long.

The Royals then took on the Guns in Marysburg on Sunday for their last home games of the year. Dean Jaeb threw five innings and Colin Bauml threw two in the first game. Both pitchers threw very well but the defense let us down making four errors which cost us five runs. The offends was solid with eight hits with Brent Puetz leading the way with a bomb and a double. 

The second game saw Paul Strueby throw four innings, Brett Yarskie threw one, and Eric Bollefer throw two innings. The pitching was good and the defense was better making no errors.  The offense battled back after being down four nothing with a number of clutch hits. Geoff Strueby led the way with a home run and three rbis including a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the seventh.  With the win the Royals clinch the SSBL pennant for the fourth straight year. Next action for the Royals is Tuesday at 6:30 in Saskatoon against the Blue Jays. 

Posted Jul 14/14 - Royals down Diggers

The Royals took on the Diggers yesterday for a double dip. The first game saw the Royals defeat the Diggers 13-2. Dean Jaeb threw a three hit complete game and the offence had thirteen hits lead by Curtis Strueby, Geoff Strueby, and Marty Yeager who all had three hits. Cole Bauml, Geoff Strueby, and Brent Puetz all had home runs in the win. The defense was great again not making any errors.

The second game saw the Royals win by a 12-2 score. Colin Bauml threw five strong and Paul Strueby threw the sixth. The offence was huge again with fourteen hits. Cole Bauml had two more bombs with Braden Bauml and Brent Puetz adding one each.  The defense only made one error.  Next action for the Royals is Thursday at 6:30 in Saskatoon against the Outlaws.



 



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