Baseball

Youth Baseball Leagues:


  • REGISTRATION: January 11th – February 19th
  • LATE REGISTRATION: February 22nd – March 5th
  • Season Begins: April 1st – June 5th

T-Ball (ages: 4, 5, & 6): SIGN UP HERE

  • Members – $45
    • Members Late Registration- $60
  • Non-Members – $70
    • Non-Members Late Registration- $85

Coach Pitch (5-Pitch- ages: 7 & 8): SIGN UP HERE
  • Members – $55
    • Members Late Registration- $70
  • Non-Members – $80
    • Non-Members Late Registration- $95

Willie Mays (ages: 9 & 10): SIGN UP HERE
  • Members – $60
    • Members Late Registration- $75
  • Non-Members – $85
    • Non-Members Late Registration- $100

Pee Wee Reece (ages: 11 & 12): SIGN UP HERE
  • Members – $60
    • Members Late Registration- $75
  • Non-Members – $85
    • Non-Members Late Registration- $100

Sandy Koufax (ages: 13 & 14): SIGN UP HERE
  • Members – $60
    • Members Late Registration- $75
  • Non-Members – $85
    • Non-Members Late Registration- $100

Mandatory Baseball Coaches Meetings

Thursday, February 11th, 2021 & Tuesday, February 16th, 2021 (*only need to attend one*)
Both meetings will start at 6:30pm
@ New Sports Complex (Isaiah 40:31 Gym) behind the Bill Bartley Family YMCA

Mandatory Baseball Scorekeepers Meeting

Thursday, March 25th, 2021
Start time: 6:30pm
@ New Sports Complex (Isaiah 40:31 Gym) behind the Bill Bartley Family YMCA

BASEBALL SPRING 2021 COACHES APPLICATIONS

Must also fill out Criminal Background Check Form and return to the YMCA.

T-Ball Coaches Application: SIGN UP HERE

Coach Pitch Coaches Application: SIGN UP HERE

Willie Mays Coaches Application: SIGN UP HERE

Pee Wee Reese Coaches Application: SIGN UP HERE

Sandy Koufax Coaches Application: SIGN UP HERE


Background Check


  • YMCA YOUTH BASEBALL
  • BE GOAL ORIENTED! Youth baseball is an exciting sport combining team play and individual skills. YMCA youth baseball promises no try outs, no getting cut and no bench warmers!
  • Participation in organized sports provides children with many opportunities to develop motor skills. But, the benefits of youth sports are far greater than physical health. Whether it’s gaining the confidence that comes from learning to play or building the positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork, participating in sports at the Y is about building the whole child, from the inside out.
  • The YMCA Youth Sports Program helps kids become not only become better players, but better people as well. It’s a progressive program, with multiple age-specific levels. Every child gets to play and the games are safe, exciting and fun. We encourage fair play, positive competition, and family involvement.