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Mitch Messer

General Manager and Head Coach

Post 22 Baseball

HQ Phone:  (605) 388-1170

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Post 22 Baseball

2721 Canyon Lake Drive

Rapid City, South Dakota,57702

United States

Company Description

Post 22 offers program for players fresh out of little league. For American Legion Post 22 Baseball, sitting idle is not a choice. Weeks after announcing the addition of a fourth team, Cadets, the program announced a development program for players fresh out...more

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Employment History

Associate Scout

Seattle Mariners


Agent

Farm Bureau Financial Services


Mortgage Consultant

Wells Fargo & Company


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www.bniheartland.com

Mitch Messer
Farm Bureau Financial Services Financial > Financial Services (605) 341-3776


dailychronicle.com

Mitch Messer, who led the Bozeman Bucks to its most successful period in program history, and Johnny Graham, pilot of the Belgrade Bandits' entry into AA, recently stepped down from their positions.
Messer and Graham will remain in the area and each cited a lack of time as a reason for submitting their resignations. "The deciding factor was time with the family," said Messer, who has a 2-year-old daughter. Messer took over for Tucker Urdahl before the 2006 season and led the Bucks to the program's only state championship two summers later. "That year was a lot of fun, in more ways than one," Messer said. Messer told his team of his plans to resign after the Bucks lost to the Billings Scarlets in the state championship game in Miles City on July 29. He said it was difficult delivering the news, but added that the decision was the right one. "We've spent so much time together, you invest a lot emotionally with the kids, so it's not easy," he said. "It just came down to making family a bigger priority in my life." Messer works at Farm Bureau in Bozeman as an agent and plans to stay in town. Messer said he will still coach the Big Sky Baseball program, which he has done the past six years, in the fall, and will be instrumental in helping the Bucks hire a new coach. He also plans on providing private baseball lessons. "I'll be around," he said. Both Graham and Messer did not rule out a return to head coaching. Said Messer: "It seems like every year, there's opportunities that come up. It's just a matter of what fits for the family." But he'll have a hard time matching the success the Bucks have enjoyed since he took over. "It's been a wonderful four years," he said.


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