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13-15 Babe Ruth World Series

The 13-15 year old Babe Ruth World Series will be held at Bismarck Municipal Ballpark, home of Dakota Community Bank and Trust Field from August 7-15. Tickets can be purchased the day of the event and are $10 for adults, $6 for students (ages 12-17), $4 for youth (ages 3-11), and 2 and under get in for free. Tournament passes are also on sale.

Check out more information at https://www.bisparks.org/2019-babe-ruth-league-13-15-year-old-world-series/ and in the press release about the event below!

PRESS RELEASE – BISMARCK TRIBUNE – August 28, 2018

Bismarck officially awarded Babe Ruth World Series

It takes more than a ballpark to bring a Babe Ruth world series to town.

Which is why Robert Faherty is excited about bringing the 2019 Babe Ruth 13-15 World Series to Bismarck.

“We looked at Municipal Ballpark as a home base for our baseball event and found that it would be a perfect venue for our teams and players and coaches to come in and have a big league experience,” Faherty said.

“After that, we look at the type of people that we’re going to deal with over the course of a year and a half, signing the contract, being active in the community and trying to have an experience that’s special for our players. We’ve met some of the finest people we’ve ever dealt with here in Bismarck. We expect this event to be successful beyond our hopes and dreams.”

Faherty, the Senior Vice President/National Commissioner of Babe Ruth Baseball Inc., was in Bismarck on Tuesday to sign the contract officially awarding the 2019 event to Bismarck.

The tournament will be held Aug. 8-15, 2019. It will feature regional champions from across the country. Bismarck will have a team in the tournament field as the host city. The week-long event will begin with pool play, leading to a single-elimination bracket to determine a champion.

It will be the first time Bismarck has hosted a Babe Ruth World Series.

The newly-remodeled Municipal Ballpark played a big role in landing the event, but Faherty said Babe Ruth baseball looks for sites where the event can take center stage.