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All-Star games became a regular occurance in the Boston Men's Baseball League beginning in 1995. In 2001, the BMBL began their longstanding relationship with the Lowell Spinners, Single A Affiliate to the Boston Red Sox, playing the game at LeLacheur Stadium. Summaries and highlights from games are below. See Game Highlights.


Year Result Most Valuable Player Locale
2015 Bay State 2 vs. Atlantic 4
National 16, American 7
MetroWest 11 Masters 11
Darwin Hernandez, JM Force
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
2008 Bay State 10 vs. Atlantic 6
National TBD, American TBD
Josue Feliciano, Tigers
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
2007 Atlantic 5 vs. Bay State 4
National 12, American 9
Santi Mazzeo, Athletics
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
2006 Bay State 7, Atlantic 5
MSBL Game - rained out
Dan Sweet, Senators LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
2005 Bay State 6, Atlantic 1
National 7, American 2
Chris Chase, Reds
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
2004 Bay State 10, Atlantic 5 Adam Howes, Dodgers LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA

2003, 18+

2003, 30+

Bay State 9, Atlantic 2
NL West 5, NL East 3
AL South 14, AL North 10
Bart Lawyer, Rockies
Ramon Antiqua, Wayland
Dave Joseph, Brockton
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell
Lexington High School in Lexington, MA
Lexington High School in Lexington, MA
2002 Atlantic 6, Bay State 4
Booth North vs. Booth South
Perry vs. Norman
Jon Mead, White Sox LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
Legion Field in Bridgewater, MA
Legion Field in Bridgewater, MA
2001 Atlantic 4, Bay State 0
Perry 5, Booth 3
Mark Doucette, Braves
LeLacheur Stadium in Lowell, MA
Legion Field in Bridgewater, MA
2000 Old Stars 4, New Stars 2
Booth 7, Perry 2
Brian Cooper, Rockies

Strong Field in East Bridgewater, MA
Legion Field in Bridgewater, MA

1999 Western 1, Eastern 0 Shane Steffens, Cubs Cleveland Circle in Brighton, MA
1998 MABL 22, MSBL 5 Bear Smith, Astros Breed JHS in Lynn, MA
1997 MABL 14, MSBL 3 --- Kelly Field in Hyde Park, MA
1996 MSBL 8, MABL 1 --- Chandler Field in Duxbury, MA
1995 MABL A defeats MABL B --- Cleveland Circle in Brighton, MA



Score: Bay State 10, Atlantic 6 (MABL)
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Josue Feliciano, Tigers (MABL)
Date: July 26, 2008

In the MABL, the Bay State took the title, defeating the Atlantic, 10-6. Josue Feliciano of the Tigers took home game MVP honors with 4 hits, including a 2-RBI single to give his conference some late inning insurance. Sam DelVecchio of the Erie Pub Red Sox notched the win for the Bay State, tossing the 8th before Mike Vernon pitched a scoreless 9th.

Josue Feliciano
Josue Feliciano steals second en route to MVP.
JP Pollard, Ivan Clemente
Sam DelVeccio of Erie Pub with Bay State win.

Score: Atlantic 5, Bay State 4 (MABL) / National 12, American 9 (MSBL)
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Santi Mazzeo, Athletics (MABL)
Date: July 7, 2007

In the MSBL game, the National League, led by Steve Wolf and Russ Ward, outlasted the American League, led by Cesar Romero and Kevin Marden.

Bay State pitchers (Rich Wlodarczyk, Brian Cosentino, Brian Houlding & Mike Vernon) took a no-hitter into the 7th inning until the Santi Mazzeo of the A's broke it up with a single. Still, the game remained 4-0 Bay State going into the bottom of the 8th inning. It was then that the Altantic loaded the bases. Santi Mazzeo came to the plate again. This time, he stroked a 3-RBI double into the gap to make the score 4-3. Santi scored from second when a double-play went unturned to tie the game at 4-4. The White Sox' Mike Pollak scored the go-ahead run later that frame to make the score 5-4 Atlantic.

In the 9th inning with the game on the line for the Bay State, the Tigers' Jon Pollard reached and stole second. With two outs, the Astros' Shu Susaki singled to left. Pollard attempted to score from second, but the Mariners Jeff Rausch hosed JP at the plate on a perfect throw to the White Sox Ivan Clemente to end the game. Jay Wisner of the Cutters picked up the win tossing 2 innings of 1-hit relief.

Fabian Alicea
Roxbury Panther's Alicea Fabian strokes the first hit of the game for Atlantic All-Stars.
JP Pollard, Ivan Clemente
Ivan Clemente of the White Sox tags out the Tigers JP Pollard at the plate to end game.

Score: Bay State 7, Atlantic 5
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Dan Sweet, Senators
Date: October 1, 2006

The BMBL All-Star Games were initially scheduled July 22, but was rained out and rescheduled after the conclusion of the season. The MABL All-Stars got in 7 innings before the rains shortened the game. The Bay State Stars defeated the Atlantic Stars, 7-5, for their 4th straight win. See the rosters and pictures.

Both MSBL games were rained out. The American League never got to battle the Federal League, nor did the National League rivals get to battle. A seemingly appropriate exclamation point to the rainiest season in memory.

Dan Sweet, Senators
All-Star MVP, Dan Sweet.
John Silk, Tigers
Tom Levett runs for ball while Tigers' John Silk is safe at home.

Score: Bay State 6, Atlantic 1
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Chris Chase, Reds
Date: July 30, 2005

In the MABL, the Bay State defeated the Atlantic for the 3rd straight year, this time by a score of 6-1. Joe Albano of the Giants picked up the win for his 3rd and 4th inning work, not allowing a hit. Chris Chase was named MVP for 2 for 2 performance, while also driving in the game's first run with an RBI-double. Check out the pictures and box score.

In the MSBL, the National League All-Stars defeated the American League All-Stars 7-2. Special thanks to John Gainey and Mark Fitzgerald for their hard work putting together this mid-season classic.

Greg Kosc, Royals
Greg Kosc, Royals, with first hit of game.
Mark Bowles, Indians
Mark Bowles, Indians, scores first run.
2004 Score: Bay State 10, Atlantic 5
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Adam Howes, Dodgers
Date: August 7, 2004

The Bay State team jumped out to a 6-0 lead at the end of one inning, but the Atlantic team fought back to as close as 7-5 before Bay State added some insurance to win 10-5. Adam Howes of the Dodgers was named MVP for his 2 for 2 performance with 2 doubles. Fellow Dodgermate Dan Petro was the winning pitcher of record. See pictures and much more.

AJ Bucciarelli,f Yankees
AJ Bucciarelli of Yankees slides under ball.
Sean McCarty, Adam Howes
Skip presents: Adam Howes, MVP.

Score: Bay State 9, Atlantic 2
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Bart Lawyer, Rockies
Date: July 12, 2003

In the MABL contest, with 25 hits overall from both teams, Bart Lawyer of the Rockies walked away as the MVP. Not only did he have the ONLY extra-base hit, but he went 3-for-4, and drove in 3 RBI, including the game's first run. Bill Beauchesne of the Mets recorded the win.

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Bill Beauchesne, Mets
Bill Beauchesne starts on the mound.
Bart Lawyer, Rockies
Bart Lawyer named 2003 All-Star MVP.

Scores: National League West 5, East 3 & American League South 14, North 10
Site: Lexington High School, Lexington, MA
MVPs: Ramon Antiqua, Wayland White Sox & Dave Joseph, Brockton A's
Date: July 20, 2003

View the MSBL All-Star Game Photo Album.

Dave Joseph, Brockton
Dave Joseph wins AL MVP.
Ramon Antiqua, Wayland
Ramon Antiqua wins NL MVP.
2002 Score: Atlantic 6, Bay State 4
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Jon Mead, White Sox
Date: August 20, 2002

Chris O'Sullivan (Braves) was the winning pitcher and Jon Mead (White Sox) was selected All-Star MVP for his 2-RBI double while giving the Atlantic a 2-0 lead at the time. See tons of pictures, rosters and much more.

Jon Mead, White Sox
All-Star MVP, Jon Mead of the White Sox.
Zach Fisher, Dodgers
Zach Fisher of the Dodgers hits 88 MPH.
2001 Score: Atlantic 4, Bay State 0
Site: LeLacheur Stadium, Lowell, MA
MVP: Mark Doucette, Braves
Date: July 29, 2001

In the MABL game, Mark Doucette of the Braves was selected player of the game, driving in 3 of the 4 Atlantic All-Stars' runs, and smacking a 2-run homer over the left field fence. Bryan Gauvin of the Yankees was the star on the mound, striking out 5 of the 6 batters he faced to start the game. Keith Umlauf of the Cubs also pitched a ninth inning without allowing a hit. For the Bay State, the big hit was a double off the bat of Gary Moran of the Rockies that nearly cleared the right-center field fence. Jeff James of the Cardinals also pitched 2 perfect innings. View MABL photo albums, rosters and more.

In the MSBL game, the Perry All-Stars defeated the Booth All-Stars, 5-3. On the collaboration of 8 pitchers and some timely hitting and solid defense in the field, the Perry Division All-Stars were able to overcome an early 2-0 lead by the Booth Division and some fine pitching from Gerard Powers to take control of the lead in the 5th inning. Winning pitcher was Tom Tish of the Lexington Astros and closing the game pitching 2 strong shutout innings to get the save was Tom Manning.

Mark Doucette, Braves
Mark Doucette of Braves hits 2-run homer.
BMBL Umpires
Men in Blue: Papo, Joe and Alberto.
2000 Score: "Old" Stars 4, "New" Stars 2
Site: Strong Field, E. Bridgewater, MA
MVP: Brian Cooper, Rockies
Date: August 13, 2000

The MABL was split between the veteran teams ("Old") and the newer teams ("New"). The New All-Stars jumped out to an early first inning 1-0 lead with a solo homerun by Conrad Paquette of the Pirates, the league's leading homerun hitter. But the Old All-Stars quickly regained the lead for good after a two-run homerun by Brian Cooper of the Rockies. Coop also pitched 4 scoreless innings of relief to close the game.

The MSBL All-Star Day Extravaganza was Saturday, August 5th at Legion Field. This extravaganza included a league Barbeque, Homerun Derby, and All-Star Game. The Booth All-Stars defeated the Perry All-Stars, 7-2. See rosters, pictures and more.

Conrad & Vin Paquette, Pirates
Bash Brothers: Conrad & Vin Paquette.
Dave Timmons, John Yirak
"New" Battery: Dave Timmons & John Yirak.
1999 Score: Western 1, Eastern 0
Site: Cleveland Circle, Brighton, MA
MVP: Shane Steffens, Cubs
Date: October 1, 1999

Due to rain on July 25th, the MABL All-Star game was postponed until the weekend after the MABL Finals. Shane Steffens pitched his way to a 1-0 victory for the Western. Due to the late date, only enough players to fill both lineups showed up. Sean McCarty of the Astros managed against Paul Schneider of the Braves. See complete rosters.

1999 Western All-Stars
MABL Western All-Stars. Top: Shane Steffens, Brian Delaney, Mike Pietrasiewicz, Keith Umlauf; Middle: Jon Mead, Dave Timmons, Brett Rudy, Jon Tsilimos; Bottom: Adam King, Sean McCarty, Jon Spack.

1998 Score: MABL 22, MSBL 5
Site: Breed JHS, Lynn, MA
MVP: Bear Smith, Astros
Date: August 14, 1998

Bear Smith of the Astros struck out 5 in two innings to pick up the win and also went 2 for 2 with a homerun at the plate. Pete Lawson of the Braves went 2 for 2 with a homerun, double, 2 runs scored and 3 RBIs. Adam Gabriel of the Dodgers, Sean McCarty of the Astros, Jon Reagan of the Braves, and Mike Landtz of the Indians also picked up multiple hits. Sean Kennedy of the Astros and Darren Henn of the White Sox each pitched perfect innings. Paul Schneider of the Braves was the winning manager.

This marked the last year the 18+ division played the 30+ division in the All-Star Game. See rosters, pictures and more.

Bear Smith, Pete Lawson
MVP Bear Smith and Runner-up Pete Lawson
Mark Doucette, Paul Schneider, Sean McCarty
Mark Doucette, Paul Schneider & Sean McCarty.
1997 Score: MABL 14, MSBL 3
Site: Kelly Field, Hyde Park, MA
1996 Score: MSBL 8, MABL 1
Site: Chandler Field, Duxbury, MA

1996 BMBL All-Stars
Top Row: unknown, Scott Gilefsky, Mark Doucette, Conan Blanchard, Kevin Moran, Charlie Byrne, unknown, Dan Price, Mike Dimidjian, Eric Swartz; Bottom Row: Joe Borus, Ronnie Rizzo, Dave Fleming, Chris O'Sullivan, Jeff Gauthier, Paul Schneider, Tommy Dean, Sean McCarty.
1995 Score: MABL A Team defeats MABL B Team
Site: Cleveland Circle, Brighton, MA