Menifee Mustangs Qualified for Youth Baseball World Series

Dave Fokken of the Menifee Mustangs youth baseball team sends word that the team has qualified for the Youth Baseball World Series in Steamboat Springs, CO this July and are doing a lot of fund raisers in order to get the kids there.

So, they're putting on a car wash tomorrow (Saturday, May 16)...

Our Menifee Mustangs 12U baseball team has qualified to participate in the Triple Crown World Series this July and is having a Car Wash Fund Raiser this Saturday, May 16th from 9am-2pm next to Carl's Jr.(Newport Rd.). $6 per Car and $8 per Truck/Van/SUV. Please bring your vehicles and help them earn their way to the World Series!




8 Comments:

  1. what is up with little league

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  2. not sure what the previous poster is getting at...the Menifee Mustangs are a travel baseball team that is not affiliated with Little League or Pony Baseball.

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  3. Could be talking about the fact that the person who sent in this message is a coach on the mvll allstar team and there will probably be 3 kids that are on both this mustangs team and that mvll team and their tournaments overlap. District 28 allstars start the same weekend as this travel team tournament. I'd assume the little league allstar team would be the priority for those involved, but who knows, especially since it's something like $1300 to register a team for that tournament in Colorado.

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  4. Dave Fokken is not a coach for any Allstar Team for Menifee Valley Little League.
    District 28 Allstars start June 27-July 14th.
    Menifee Mustangs Tournament starts at the end of July.
    Get your facts straight.

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  5. WHEN YOU DONT LIKE THE TRUTH YOU SEEM TO PUT YOUR NAME ON IT. HOLLY

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  6. What truth are you talking about?
    You never put your name. Get a life.

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  7. Was wondering what the Mustangs team had to do to qualify for the tournement, anyway? Where do these guys play there tournaments at?

    And Holly, what they're probably talking about is the fact that if it is a post you don't like you usually just remove it, but I guess if there is a chance to jump on someone for a mistake you'd rather do that.

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  8. 3rd place isnt bad at all way to go mustangs

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