CHAMPLIN PARK BASEBALL ASSOCIATION



A big thank you to the Champlin American Legion for  their many years of community support. 


Please join us for for fun times and great food at
Hudy's Cafe and The Lil Bar in Champlin (right behind DQ).

CPBA operates charitable gambling at The Lil Bar as well as Meat raffle every Thursday at 5:30pm.



CPBA is proud to announce that we are now operating  
 charitable gambling at Willy McCoys in Champlin (the old Legion Post 600).  The building has been extensively renovated and offers a great atmosphere.  Come enjoy some great food!

Please join us at Willy McCoys, we also have a Meat Raffle every Friday at 5:30pm.  Bingo starting this Fall.

CPBA is recognized by the IRS as a 501C3 Organization

The CPBA has donated over $98K since starting licensed gaming just two years ago, this includes donations to things such as CPHS Baseball, CPHS Football, CPHS Weight Room, CPHS Swimclub.  Scouts, Veterans causes including Wounded Warrior Program, Minnesota Military Family Foundation, Legionville,  families in need, Champlin/ scoreboard for Reynolds Field.  Brooklyn Park/ Noble Park ballfield improvements.  CPHS Varsity Scoreboard.  Softball team sponsorship, as well as other great causes! 
We support our community!


Thank you for visiting the website.  This site is under construction.   If you would like to volunteer to help with the program feel free to contact Terry Christle @   terrychristle66@gmail.com

This is the official website for the Champlin Park Baseball Association (CPBA).  The Champlin Park Baseball Association is registered with the State of Minnesota as a non profit, and the IRS as a 501C3.   We are here to serve the needs of the Champlin Park High School players for summer baseball. 


This is not the CPHS baseball website.  Please refer to links on the left margin for CPHS School Baseball.

Currently the CPBA administers programs for summer Sophmore through Varsity ballplayers.  Some of our partners are the Champlin American Legion Post #600, as well as Palmer Lake VFW Post #3915.  Please support these clubs and if you are an eligible veteran please consider joining them.  We have a charitable gaming license, and have lawful gaming at Hudy's Cafe and Lil Bar in Champlin, and Willy McCoys in Champlin.  Please stop in and thank the owners  for their support!

If you have questions or want to get involved with CPBA (summer baseball), please email Terry, and I  or another one of our Board Members will get in touch with you.

The CPBA has established some BOD members to work as liasons with the VFW and Legion team, these individuals will help to organize the teams and serve as a conduit for parents and Board members with the Coaches.

Thank you,

Terry Christle
President, CPBA




FAQ for summer baseball:

What if my son does not make (is cut) from the HS team?  Can he still play in CPBA?
For whatever reason many good players get cut.  This does not mean that baseball is over.  If this is your situation, please contact Coach Davis (CPHS) or Terry Christle at the above email and let us know your interest.  We may have a slot in CPBA, or will do everything we can to get your son on another team or form an additional team.  The CDAA and BABR both form summer teams as well.
How are teams formed?
Soph's (whether pulled up to JV or Varsity) will regroup and play VFW baseball.  Varsity and JV will players will form the American Legion team.  If roster numbers are high, we may suggest placing some players on a AA club (so they can play more), but may also keep a roster spot on VFW or Legion as well.  We are also in the process of exploring team formation for a Town Ball team for our young adults in the area.  More to follow on this.
When will summer registration be?
Summer registration will be announced very soon and will likely be end of March or early April at the latest

There will be links to our partners and baseball leagues posted here soon, stay posted and thanks for visiting!



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