• Thur, Jul 2 | Saints 4 vs. Bandits 8 (Final)

  • Wed, Jul 1 | Green Sox 8 vs. Rebels 4 (Final)

  • Wed, Jul 1 | Trojans 6 vs. Saints 7 (Final)

  • Wed, Jul 1 | Devils 4 vs. Dodgers 16 (Final)

  • Tues, Jun 30 | Devils 6 vs. Rebels 5(Final)

  • Tues, Jun 30 | Kats 4 vs. Bandits 3(Final)

  • Mon, Jun 29 | Dodgers 8 vs. Rebels 4 (Final)

  • Sun, Jun 28 | Dodgers 7 vs. Kats 5 (Final)

  • Sun, Jun 28 | Devils 1 vs. Trojans 5 (Final)

  • Sun, Jun 28 | Green Sox 1 vs. Bandits 9 (Final)

  • Sun, Jun 28 | Rebels 4 vs. Saints 14 (Final)

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Metro Spotlight

Metro Collegiate Baseball attends PGA Reach Fund Raiser Dinner

On Sunday, June 28th a contingent from St. Louis Metro Collegiate Baseball attended the Gateway Section of PGA Reach Dinner Auction.   The event was hosted by Gateway Section President and Honorary Metro Collegiate Chairman and great friend, Ozzie Smith.

Pictured Left to Right: Dave McFarland, Marty Stein, Dwight “Doc” Gooden, Adam Stahl and #1, Osborne Earl Smith.
Along with Ozzie and “Doc” were other special guests, Bob Gibson and Reggie Jackson.


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Branneky Earns SLIAC Player of the Year

By Sophie Ozier

Tyler Branneky, a junior from Westminster College and four-year Metro Collegiate Player, was named the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Baseball Player of the Year for 2015.

“I was really excited about it. I hadn’t really thought I was going to get it, so I was pretty surprised,” said Branneky upon hearing about the award. “I think this was just a confirmation that what I’ve been doing is working.”

Branneky led the Westminster Blue Jays with a .413 batting average and broke the school’s RBI single-season record with 45. He also tied the school’s career triple record with eight, six of which came during the 2015 season. Westminster finished the year with a 24-12

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The GATEWAY TO THE BIGS since 1979

The St. Louis Metro Collegiate Baseball League consists of exceptional players between the ages of 19-22 recruited from the greater metropolitan area.  The Metro League is proud to report that 90% of players are attending college on athletic or academic scholarships.

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How To Join The STL Metro League

Since 1979 the St. Louis Metro Collegiate Baseball League has been the premier baseball program for college players in St. Louis area.  Our reputation for superior coaching coupled with outstanding, competitive talent affords young men the opportunity to showcase their talents among the finest players in the area.  This level of competition and player development is evidenced by the 400+ Metro Collegiate Alumni that have gone on to the professional ranks and the Metro League Baseball Hall of Fame where you will find 20 of these players that have played in the Major Leagues.  Our Major League players include 2011 NLCS and World Series MVP, David Freese, among many others.

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The History of The St. Louis Metro Collegiate Baseball League

1980 Metro League Champions, St. Charles Travelers. 1980 was the first year for a St. Charles team in the league. Red Jerseys, caps and stirrups with white pants. This photo was taken down the 3rd base line at C&H Ballpark, our home field.

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Metro Alumni Hall of Fame

Another St. Louis Metro Collegiate makes it to the BIG LEAGUES

Tommy Layne
Full Name: Thomas Kevin Layne
Born: November 2, 1984 in St. Louis, MO
Height: 6' 2''