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The Blaine Baseball Complex is highly regarded by many coaches and players as one of the premier baseball complexes in the state. It showcases 3 full-size (1 lighted) and 3 little league (2 lighted) baseball fields complete with dugouts and electronic scoreboards. It also features a handicapped accessible field known as the Miracle League Field, the first ever in Minnesota. In addition the complex has a lighted multi-use field for football, soccer and lacrosse. New lights were installed on all lighted fields in 2011.
This complex is home to Blaine High School, VFW, Legion, Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, Traveling, In-House and a Town team. State, Region, District and Invitational tournaments are conducted every year at the complex. 2011 MYAS State Tournament, VFW Region Tournament, 2010 Mauer Cup Tournament, 2009 Wood Bat Tournament.
The complex includes 2 full-size lighted baseball fields, 2 full-size unlighted baseball fields, 1 Little League lighted baseball field with grass infield, 1 Little League unlighted baseball field with grass infield, 1 handicap accessible baseball field (Miracle League) with polymer field surface, 1 lighted multi-purpose field for football, lacrosse, or soccer.