The Gallatin Valley Outlaws play in Three Forks, but have guys from just about everywhere. It makes for an eclectic group.
"It's pretty cool everyone can put aside their own different schools and just focus on this team it's cool to meet kids from different towns and get to know them so it's a cool experience," said senior first baseman Cadis Chase.
"We got tons of different personalities from different towns when you get Manhattan and Ennis and Three Forks and you got all these kids Belgrade and Manhattan Christian we just disperse together and add it's just so much fun to play with these guys," said senior catcher Dante Filippini.
With kids from all over Gallatin County, they make it work.
"We don't want to lose in July that's our main thing and it usually takes us a couple months for us to get used to each other especially this year we don't have as many returning guys we have a bunch of new guys from Ennis and Manhattan taken us a little bit longer to gel but we're getting there," said head coach Duwayne Scott.
"We have fun we just try to play as a team we don't fight for spots we play together more than anything," said Filippini.