2014 ChannelCats Sponsorships Provide More Bang for the Buck

channelcats-river-city-shootout-2013The Muskegon ChannelCats are a non-profit organization run solely on the financial contributions of private individuals and businesses. Player fees and operating costs for the team are among the lowest in the area for travel baseball. Player’s families cover the fees for uniforms, equipment, tournaments and player insurance. 

The sponsorships have been revamped for the 2014 season to offer even more benefit for team supporters. 


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ChannelCats Second 9U Roster Set

Muskegon ChannelCats LogoThe Muskegon ChannelCats are pleased to announce the roster for our second 9U team for the 2014 season.

2014 9U Muskegon ChannelCats

Gavan Bignall, Ryan Cribbins, Jamison Dejonge, Austin Grimm, Mason Hallett, Derrick Paggeot, Lance Poole, Korbin Ten Brink, Jayden Thomas, Kyle Weaver, Landyn Wilson

The team will be coached by Derek Ten Brink.

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ChannelCats Announce 9U Roster

channelcats-logo-smallThe Muskegon ChannelCats are pleased to the roster for our 9U team for the upcoming season.

2014 9U Muskegon ChannelCats

James Ackley, Luke Emmons, Isaac Habetler, Kolin Jackson, Ashton Leffring, Nathan McNarland, Luke Opfermann, Nathan Opfermann, Brooks Robinson, Owen Schrader, Jake Southland, Parker Swartz

The team will be coached by Joe McNarland.

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ChannelCats Reveal Roster for 10U Team

channelcats-logo-smallThe Muskegon ChannelCats are proud to announce the roster for our 10U team for the 2014 season.

The team returns the core from last year's 9U team with a few new additions:

2014 10U Muskegon ChannelCats

Owen DeLong, Michael Emmons, TJ Habetler, Kayden Hellmann, Ethan Krueger, Ty Langlois, Landon Patterson, Aaron Piasecki, Diego Pena, Donovan Russell, Bobby Wasserman

Jason Piasecki is back for his second season as ChannelCats head coach.

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2014 Muskegon ChannelCats Frequently Asked Questions

ChannelCats at Grand Haven ClassicWhy did the ChannelCats hold tryouts?

The main reason is all the interest people have expressed in ChannelCats baseball.

What's in store for next season?

Teams will start working out inside in December or January. Each team will play in 3-4 tournaments next year. The season will wrap up around July 1st. The cost will be between $300-$500 per player. 


What's new?

There will be an opportunity for a membership at Extra Innings for those who would like to train in the off season. We'll have instructors available for one-on-one lessons. The lessons will be included in the player fee. The ChannelCats have a track record for creative sponsorship and fundraising ideas to help offset the cost.

What about rec ball?

The more baseball the better. Anyone who wants to play rec ball will have the chance to do so.

How many teams will the ChannelCats field in 2014?

Our focus will remain on the younger players for the foreseeable future. Our goal is to field teams in the 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U and 13U age groups.

When will I know if my player made a ChannelCats team?

We will notify parents by Labor Day Monday, September 2, 2013 with the tryouts results. In the meantime, if you have any questions don't hesitate to email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


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