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Just added! Clinics for ages 5 – 7! Click the link to learn more and register!

Muskego Storm Baseball Clinics Spring (003)


As we head into 2023 please take a look at a great Tournament opportunity! May 12 – 14, 2023 the Muskego Storm Baseball will be hosting the Muskego Storm Spring Showdown! Details and links below:                                           

May 12 – 14, 2023

U7 – U14 Tournament – U8 Spots are all Filled

Open Tournament – No Academy Teams

3 Game Guarantee – Park Arthur – Turf Fields (Park Arthur & Muskego High School – turf field for U13 & U14)

Cost: Price Reduced! $500 $400 (U7 – U12)  $600 $500 (U13 & U14)

Proof of general liability insurance is required 1 week prior to tournament with finalized roster and waiver.

Checks Payable to: Muskego Storm Baseball – W192S9555 Racine Ave., Muskego, WI 53150 (registration is not finalized until check is received – will receive confirmation email) 

Registration Link: Muskego Storm Spring Showdown Tournament

Rules: 2023 Muskego Storm Spring Showdown Rules

Waiver: 2023 Muskego Spring Show Down Waiver (05-12-23) DUE 1 Week Prior



*If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us by email at muskegostormbaseball@gmail.com.


Our Mission:

To promote the game of baseball while developing quality young people within our
community. In doing so, we will be teaching and playing competitive baseball in which
we are proud to promote a high emphasis on balancing select baseball within the
framework of family life.
We believe regardless of where our players will play at the next level, playing competitive games week in and week out will better prepare our players for High School and beyond. Youth players that are not challenged regularly may not develop the necessary skills to thrive at the next level. The leagues in which we participate provide top-of-the-line competition, most every game. As a result, our teams generally excel in tournament play against non-league teams and our former players are some of the better performers at area High Schools each year.

“The hardest thing to do in baseball is to hit a round baseball with a round bat squarely.” 

-Ted Williams