There might be a soft start in late February, but timed slots will start on Wednesday, 03/06.
Each time slot will be a 15 Minute Block.
If you do not make your pick by the designated time slot you will be skipped.
If you missed your time slot, you can go back in and make your skipped selection at any time.
More details to come as we get past the Holidays
Welcome to a momentous occasion as we gather to celebrate the induction of fourteen exceptional players, & the Commissioner of the Mid-West Winter League into the MWWL Hall of Fame. Today marks a milestone in our league’s history as we honor these individuals whose contributions have not only shaped the game of baseball but have also left an indelible mark on our hearts. These inductees represent the pinnacle of excellence, embodying the spirit of dedication, skill, and sportsmanship that define the essence of our beloved sport. As we delve into their extraordinary careers, let us pay tribute to their lasting impact on the Mid-West Winter League, inspiring generations and etching their legacies into the annals of our league’s history.
The following 14 Players & 1 Manager are listed below & what year class they were elected into the MWWL Hall of Fame.
1987 – Jim Palmer
1987 – Stray Corrado (Commissioner / Manager)
1989 – Rod Carew
1989 – Tom Seaver
1990 – Reggie Jackson
1990 – Steve Carlton
1991 – Mike Schmidt
1993 – Sparky Lyle
1994 – Dave Parker
1995 – Nolan Ryan
1996 – George Brett
2000 – Don Sutton
2000 – Paul Molitor
2000 – Wade Boggs
2000 – Eddie Murray
You can click here to enter the Mid-West Winter League Hall of Fame.
Each player has a HoF Plaque & Speech that you can find on this Hall of Fame Menu.
The 2000 Mid-West Winter League All-Star Game was held on Saturday Night, November 11th, 2000 in the home of the Hampton Huskies.
“Special. recognition is given here to Brandon Hogan for taking on the past All-Star Games Project as he has helped out playing these and catching up not only with the MWWL but also with some past MWBL All-Star Games. Thank you very much Brandon for helping out with these projects. I hope you enjoy the Mid-West Winter & Mid-West Baseball League as much as we have the past 25 Years!”
The century has turned over to 2000 and it is that time again for the best of the best of the MWWL to face off in the annual All-Star game. This year the N.L. were our gracious hosts. But just like the 1990s, the N.L. has decided that Randy Johnson will get the start. We’ve seen over the year that it has not worked out well, he might be the best pitcher in the N.L. but maybe let’s move him to a different inning? On the flip side, the A.L. started the ridiculous Pedro Martinez. No big deal, he only went 26-3 with a 1.62 ERA while facing the best hitters to ever grace this league. Let’s turn to the actual game. Continue reading
The 1999 Mid-West Winter League All-Star Game was held on Saturday Night, November 6th, 1999 in the home of the Hollywood Vampires.
“Special recognition is given here to Brandon Hogan & Greg “Sarge” Stauffer for taking on the past All-Star Games Project as they will be playing these out and catching up not only the MWWL but some past MWBL All-Star Games. Thank you very much Brandon & Sarge for helping out with these projects. I hope you enjoy the Mid-West Winter & Mid-West Baseball League as much as we have in the past 25 Years!”
We made it to the final all-star game of the 90s here in the Mid-West Winter League and coming into the matchup the American League has the decade lead 5-4 over the National League and are winners of the last two. 1998 was an absolute classic but what about 1999? The A.L. trotted out Kevin Brown to start the game for the second time in as many years and the N.L. is going to the well AGAIN with Randy Johnson to start. What is the definition of insanity? Some say it is just doing the same thing repeatedly expecting a different result. Well, that seems to be the case for the N.L. The struggles of Randy Johnson have been discussed multiple years in these games. The hope of the coaching staff is that this was finally the year he could break the trend of bad outings. Continue reading
The three winners below will have the first three selections in the 2001 MWWL Draft
#1 – Houghton Penguins
#2 – Hampton Huskies
#3 – Hollywood Vampires