Baseball is the only field of endeavor where a man can succeed three times out of ten and be considered a good performer.
— Ted Williams
 
 

The Idea

Baseball 365 was opened on December 1st, 2010 by two brothers who live and breathe baseball 24/7, 365 days a year.  We were increasingly frustrated with the lack of places in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area that players could go to purchase quality equipment from people who knew what they were talking about.  We made the decision to fill this void and open a store completely devoted to the game we love.  The game of baseball is timeless, truly the best game in the world.  We are thrilled to be doing something in the field we love, and are eager to use our knowledge to assist the next generation of ballplayers. 

Who We Are

Baseball 365 is your year-round headquarters for fielding gloves, batting gloves, catchers gear and other catchers equipment, wood bats, BBCOR bats, senior league bats, fastpitch bats, little league bats, slowpitch bats, baseball & softball pants, baseball & softball molded & metal cleats, batting helmets, and many other baseball accessories.

Along with carrying a full line of baseball, fastpitch, and slowpitch equipment, apparel, and accessories, Baseball 365 also carries sports cards and baseball memorabilia, as well as offering professional glove re-stringing, and team uniform customization

 Nate Cousins  Nate spent his collegiate career pitching for the Hamline Pipers. As a senior, Nate led the entire MIAC conference, and set a Pipers record, by only allowing 3 walks all season. Nate followed up a good college career by becoming one of the winningest amateur pitchers in the state. Nate has an amateur career record of 114-64 with a 2.34 ERA and 1038 strikeouts, and has thrown over 1300 innings with 83 complete games, including 24 shutouts and 4 no-hitters. Nate is a 5-time Park National League All-Star and has pitched in the MN Class A State Tournament with 3 different teams.

Nate Cousins

Nate spent his collegiate career pitching for the Hamline Pipers. As a senior, Nate led the entire MIAC conference, and set a Pipers record, by only allowing 3 walks all season. Nate followed up a good college career by becoming one of the winningest amateur pitchers in the state. Nate has an amateur career record of 114-64 with a 2.34 ERA and 1038 strikeouts, and has thrown over 1300 innings with 83 complete games, including 24 shutouts and 4 no-hitters. Nate is a 5-time Park National League All-Star and has pitched in the MN Class A State Tournament with 3 different teams.

 Ryan Cousins  After playing Legion baseball for the Moorhead Blues, Ryan went on to play amateur baseball for the Moorhead Miners. After leading the Miners to the championship game of the 2004 Class C State Tournament by hitting a team leading .323, Ryan moved down to the Cities to join his brother and play in the Park National League. He has appeared in both the Class A and Class C State Tournaments. Ryan has hit 10 career Townball homeruns.

Ryan Cousins

After playing Legion baseball for the Moorhead Blues, Ryan went on to play amateur baseball for the Moorhead Miners. After leading the Miners to the championship game of the 2004 Class C State Tournament by hitting a team leading .323, Ryan moved down to the Cities to join his brother and play in the Park National League. He has appeared in both the Class A and Class C State Tournaments. Ryan has hit 10 career Townball homeruns.