2021 CRBL Championship
|Wildcard Wednesday||Championship Saturday|
August 4, 2021
Jon Soiney Memorial Field
August 7, 2021
|Eau Claire Cavaliers|
August 4, 2021
|Chippewa Falls LumberJacks|
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2021 Season Highlights
- May 2nd – Levi Schaller (Chippewa Falls LumberJacks) tossed a 7-inning no-hitter in 1-0 victory over the Tilden Tigers. (Last Time it Happened – Alex Byom in 2019 versus the Cadott Red Sox in a 10-0, five inning win)
- May 16th – Levi Schaller (Chippewa Falls LumberJacks) strikes out 18 in 3-2 win over Bloomer Woodticks
- May 19th – Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Casper Park for the Chippewa Falls Chamber of Commerce for the Chippewa Falls LumberJacks in a non-league game against Sparta.
- June 6th – Carter Hesselman (Eau Claire Cavaliers) tossed a 7-inning one-hitter in a 10-0 win over Beef River Bullfrogs.
- June 6th – Levi Schaller (Chippewa Falls LumberJacks) threw a 7-inning one-hitter and struck out 21 in a 3-0 win over Jim Falls Sturgeons.
- June 13th – Paul Petit (Eau Claire Cavaliers) tossed a complete game, shutout in 4-0 win over Chippewa Falls LumbjerJacks.
- June 13th – Luke Eide (Osseo Merchants) threw a 5-inning no-hitter in 13-0 win over Cadott Red Sox.
- June 20th – Paul Petit (Eau Claire Cavaliers) tossed a one-hitter and struck out 15 in against Jim Falls Sturgeons.
2021 All-Star Game News & Notes
- 64th Annual All-Star Game
- South defeats North 2-1 in 10 innings
- WP – Chevy Tollefson / LP – Paul Petit
- In the top of the 10th innings, Jordan Hauser of the Whitehall Wolves scored the go-ahead run from 3rd base on a wild pitch with 2 outs to give the South a 2-1 lead. Implementing MLB extra-inning rules for the first time in CRBL history, each division started the 10th inning with a runner on second base.
- Hauser started the top of the 10th inning on second base and moved to 3rd base on a sacrifice bunt by the Eau Claire Bear’s Josh Hallings.
- Right-handed pitcher Tyler Gray of the Eau Claire Rivermen was named game MVP. Gray pitched two scoreless innings of relief (2 IP, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 HA, 1 BB, 4 K) in the 7th and 8th, working out of a bases loaded, no out jam in the bottom of the 8th.
- This was only the third All-Star game in CRBL history to go into extra-innings. The first was in 1951 when the League All-Stars beat the Hamilton Chevrolets 9-8 in 11 innings at the Marshall Playground n Chippewa Falls. The second was in 1967 when the South beat the North 15-13 at Tilden in 10 innings.
- The 2-1 result was the lowest scoring all-star game since 1909, when the Eau Claire Giants beat the League All-Stars 1-0 at Driving Park in Eau Claire in the first all-star game played in CRBL history.
Hall of Fame Order of Inductee’s at 2021 All-Star Game
Hosted by the Bloomer Woodticks on Saturday, July 3rd at 12:30 pm at Stuckert Field.
- Scott Stuckert (Class of 2020) – 1st inning
- Paul Pehler – (Class of 2020) – 2nd inning
- Jon Huth – (Class of 2020) – 3rd inning
- Eddie Atkinson – (Class of 2020) – 4th inning
- Mitch Steinmetz – (Class of 2021) – 5th inning
- Ray Mcllquham – (Class of 2021) – 6th inning
- Todd Bresina – (Class of 2021) – 7th inning
- Randy Baier & Rick Baier – (Class of 2021) – 8th inning