Commitment Integrity Perseverance
The Missoula Mavericks American Legion baseball program is built around the belief that commitment, integrity, and perseverance develop young men and build character. The Mavericks, led by a dedicated and knowledgeable coaching staff, strive to earn the respect of all. Through our actions we are dedicated to creating a strong family bond and positive culture. Participation is a privilege earned by players willing to make the commitment to team excellence and skill development. By living up to our core values, the Mavericks will forge friendships based on commitment, integrity, and perseverance that will endure a lifetime.
Come be a part of the Mavs this summer!
Love baseball? Enjoy a fast-paced work environment? Spend your summer at the baseball field!
The Missoula Mavericks American Legion Baseball program is hiring a Concession Stand Manager for the Summer of 2022. This position is responsible for the following:
The position starts in mid-April 2022 and runs through July.
Hours vary depending on the game schedules of the three teams.
The Concession Manager is required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays. Parent volunteers assist the manager in each game.
Experience working in restaurants or food service preferred.
Interested? Email your resume here: firstname.lastname@example.org
And please make sure to include details about any relevant foodservice industry experience you may have and your contact information.
Below is the link to order your Mavs fan wear. Once your order is placed, it will go into production within 72 hours and mailed directly to you. Estimated delivery is 8-10 business days. Thank you to Universal Athletics for keeping our fans and players looking great! Mavs does receive a percentage of sales back to our organization.
Lindborg-Cregg Memorial Field
For more information on how to sponsor a player and support the Missoula Mavericks CLICK HERE!
Mavs B goes on the road and sweeps the Bitterroot Bucs by scores of 7-4 and 3-2.
Mavs B takes two from Dillon at home tonight. Truglio and Ridley both twirled one-hit shutouts to power the sweep.