The Hall of Fame Located at St Cloud River's Edge Convention Center -

Minnesota is a state that loves its baseball. The state has a glorious past of minor leagues, semi-pro teams and of course, town teams. It is these small town teams thatare the link from past to present. We here at the Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame hope to preserve Minnesota's rich baseball history and pass it along to future generations. The Hall of Fame Museum is located on the second floor of the St. Cloud River's Edge Convention Center and is open year round. **

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Please join us for the 57th Annual Hall of Fame Banquet in the River's Edge Convention Ctr on Saturday, Sept. 21st, 2019.

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Randy Hiedmann ---St Mathias

was a three- sport athlete at Gaylord High School. In 1970 he went to play baseball at Mankato State. He was a captain and earned  honors as all conference, all region and he was named to the NCAA II World Series all tournament team. He  signed a contract to play in the Twins  organization in 1973. Randy played amateur baseball fo Gaylord. From 1998-2006 he coached traveling  youth  baseball teams in Brainerd/Baxter In 2004   Randy was instrumental in  establishing an amateur baseball team   in St. Mathias.



Nominate your candidate to become an inductee to the Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame today!


Must be Submitted before June 1, 2019