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AL MORRISON MEMORIAL BASEBALL est.1967
 
www.almorrisonbaseball.org
 
The Al Morrison Memorial Baseball League averages 350 to 400 players, 35 to 40 teams that require 35 to 40 coaches and at least 35 assistant coaches each summer.
 
Boys and girls from the ages of 5 to 16 are eligible to participate in our program. 
 
Our complex is located in Page Park along the Rock River on the northwest side of Dixon.  It houses five baseball fields (with lights on one field), bleachers at all, a timed sprinkler system to keep the grass green and remote control scoreboards for our Instructional, T-Ball, Future, Bronco, Koufax and Mantle Leagues.
 
Our Concession Stand and storage facility was remodeled and expanded in 2010 with very nice new Men’s and Women’s handicapped accessible restrooms included in the upgrade.
 
There is a very nice playground at the complex provided by the Dixon Park District for the little kids to explore.
 
Al Morrison Baseball currently leases the property from Dixon Park District.
 
The program is currently governed by fifteen volunteer Board Members.
 
Board Members
 Lifetime Board Member and Program Founder:  Isaac Mercer
Scott Johnson - President
Les Simpson - Vice President
Sydney Seggebruch - Treasurer
Brent Seggebruch - Secretary
Russ Bivins - Executive Board Member
Steve Cecchetti

Joe Rodriguez
Scott Welty
Jeff Kirby
Lucky Chima
Roy Lohse
Agim Selmani
Terry Lester - AFC
Mike Fox - Amboy
Allen McAlister

 
We currently have Board seats open; see any Board Member for information.
 
Staff
Kyle Commons, Grounds Maintenance
Elijah McGlown, Grounds Maintenance
Jackson Spinden, Ground Maintenance

 
We provide and pay for umpires for every game.
 
We co-share the property with the DHS Baseball Program and PE classes.
 
We are insured by Sauk Valley Insurance (Dave White) of Dixon.
 
The Al Morrison Board respectfully requests that no outside food be brought onto the complex premises.  We are a not for profit organization that relies on our Concession Stand sales to pay for our umpires and concession stand staff.  Thank you for your compliance to this request.
 
Reminders:
 
There is no parking allowed in the Boat Ramp area.
 
There is no smoking allowed on the premises during any Al Morrison function.
 
 There are no dogs allowed on the Al Morrison Complex premises.
 
 
The Al Morrison Memorial Baseball League Board members are open to your concerns, constructive criticism, solution ideas and volunteer help.
 
 
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
“To promote and protect the safety of all players, to teach them baseball, good sportsmanship and citizenship.”

 Registrations forms are available, just click the upper tab marked "Registration Form." Make checks payable to Al Morrison Baseball and mail to P.O. Box 388 Dixon IL, 61021. Thank you.

Dixon Rebels 2017 Tryouts:

9U: Aug. 6th 10a.m. Field 2

10U- Aug. 6th 12p.m. Bronco Field

11U - Aug. 3rd, 6p.m. Bronco Field

12U - Aug. 6th, 10a.m Bronco Field

13U - Aug. 6th, 2p.m. Bronco Field

14U - Aug 6th, TBA

Al Morrison Bat Standards

Wood and Metal bats are approved for all leagues, except for Mantle league. Mantle league will use wood.

Instructional league may use any bat that has a manufactures logo on it designating it for T-Ball use.

T-Ball league bats must be no greater than 2 ¼ diameter, no more than a -13 ounce drop. -14 and beyond will be illegal -13 and lower is acceptable. All lengths are acceptable. For example a 26 inch bat that weighs 13 ounces is acceptable. A 26 inch bat that weighs 12 ounces would be illegal.

Future league bats must be no greater than 2 ¼ diameter, no more than a -10 ounce drop. -11 and beyond will be illegal. -10 and lower is acceptable. All lengths are acceptable.

Bronco league bats must be no greater than 2 3/4 diameter, no more than a -10 drop.

Koufax league bats must be no greater than 2 5/8 diameter, no more than a -5 drop.

All bats for T-Ball,Future,Bronco and Koufax must be Little League approved or USSSA 1.15 BPF stamped.

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Al Morrison Baseball would like to thank Bob Spinden, Jeff White, Bob Mezo and Deb Cooper for their years of dedication, volunteerism and sacrifice. Thank you, you will be missed.