Wisconsin All-Stars
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  • Motivational Works Inc.
  • Nick Ahrens Memorial
  • Oshkosh Planting Service
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  • Pat & Colleen Hofherr Family
  • RBI baseball
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For a player to be considered for the 2018 WISCONSIN ALL-STARS Cooperstown Dreams Park team he must participate in the following TRYOUTS found on the Home page and in the calendar.

9:30 – 10:00 a.m. (both days) is check in and registration, tryouts will start at exactly 10:00 a.m. and will run until approximately 4:00 p.m.  Lunch will be provided for all participants. Tryouts will be held at Red Arrow Park in Oshkosh , Wisconsin. Please pre-register on line. Walk ups are welcome.

Located across from Oshkosh West High School.

(In case of in climate weather, tryouts will be held inside Oshkosh West High School/Lenz Field house (Fond du Lac). Please check website or contact us in case of bad weather. Please bring appropriate practice clothing and shoes for inside.

[Format…timed runs, agility, fielding, throwing, base running, pitching, throwing, catching, bunting, hitting and position play].

See FAQ for sign up process.


Lodging

NOTE: Arrangements and payments for player/family lodging is the family’s responsibility. There are many places in Cooperstown and the surrounding area that can help book lodging for the Cooperstown tournament. We have listed some of them below

August 2018

Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament – Cooperstown, NY
Cooperstown Stay
www.cooperstownstay.com
1-866-547-6260    Toll Free

Cooperstown Accomodations
www.cooperstownny.com
1-888-547-1381   Toll Free

Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce
(607)547-9983

Cooperstown Lodging Company
www.cooperstownlodging.com
1-877-965-2040   Toll Free

Eastern Travel – Oneonta
1-800-458-1556   Toll Free

Leatherstocking Travel – Cooperstown
(607)547-4291

Otsego County Chamber of Commerce
1-800-843-3394   Toll Free


Cooperstown Highlights and Notable Achievements

  • Week #11 2017 8-1 record placed 9th out of 104 teams
  • Week #11 2016 8-1 record placed 5th out of 104 teams
  • Week #11 2015 4-2 record earning the 32nd seed
  • Week #11 2014 placed 2nd out of 104 teams (Wisconsin All-Stars Black)
  • Week #11 2014 placed 9th out of 104 teams (Wisconsin All-Stars)
  • Week #11 2013 placed 9th out of 104 teams
  • Week #11 2012 placed 17th out of 104 teams
  • Week #9 2011 placed 9th out of 104 teams
  • Week #9 2010 placed 5th out of 104 teams
  • Week #9 2009 placed 3rd out of 104 teams
  • Week #9 2008 placed 5th out of 99 teams
  • Week #9, 2007 6-1 record with earning 6th seed
  • Week #9, 2006 – placed 9th
  • Week #8, 2005 – placed 5th
  • Week #8, 2004 – placed 9th
  • Week #8, 2003 – placed 5th
  • Week #8, 2002 – placed 5th
  • Week #8, 2001 – placed 5th
  • Week #11, 2000 – NATC week – placed 5th in the country
  • Week #8, 2000 champion – Cooperstown Dreams Park
  • Week #6, 1999 – placed 9th
  • Week #2, 1998 – placed 9th
  • The Wisconsin All-Stars is the only team from Wisconsin to make it to the championship game, not once but twice (2000 & 2014).
  • Coach Burgert has had 16 players drafted that the has coached.
  • The Wisconsin All-Stars hold the base stealing record of 56 of 56 (2002), beating their own record of 33 for 33 (2000).
  • Winning the Around The Horn competition in 2002, 2006.
  • Holds the record for the longest game (2000) – 4 hours 25 minutes.
  • The Wisconsin All-Stars is the only team from Wisconsin to reach the “Sweet 16” 15 out of the 17 years they have been an organization.
  • Coach Burgert has coached in 5 NATC tournaments in Cooperstown. Coaching teams from Wisconsin, North Carolina, Missouri and South Carolina.
  • Coach Beau Burgert coached team Coca-Cola week #10, 2008. He is the youngest (16 years, 5 months) head coach in Cooperstown. Beau is also the Youngest head coach to take a team to the Elite 8.
  • The Wisconsin All-Stars has given 291 talented baseball players the experience of a life time – playing in Cooperstown.
  • Daniel Sieber (Gadsden, AL) Class of 2014 placed 2nd in King of Swat competition hitting 4 0f 10 home runs.
  • CJ Levis (Antigo) Class of 2013 WAS team holds the record with 8 assists from the outfield.
  • Class of 2013 WAS team tied record for most consecutive hits bats men – Brett Bradison-Jacob Miszewski-Logan Locy-Hunter Wright.
  • Sean O’Brien (Pewaukee) Class of 2012 WAS team tied assists in an inning with 3 and set the record of consecutive assists by ss with 5.
  • Caleb Ratzman ( Larsen) Class of 2006 WAS team placed 2nd in the Road Runner competition.
  • Nick Stewart (Watertown) Class of 2001 WAS team placed 2nd in the Road Runner competition.