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Are you looking for your child to participate in a sport that requires skill, strength, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team?  Whatever level your child participates, baseball  & softball can enhance their life while improving fitness, strength and coordination.

They'll find our organization to be a great place to learn new skills, meet new friends, and gain discipline & confidence that'll last a lifetime.


Did you hear about youth baseball/softball from a friend or neighbor and want to find out more? 

First, you're in the right spot.  We offer programs for boys and girls. If you have a child that is interested in baseball/softball, regardless of age, have them check out our new to baseball videos posted in the right column.

Our site has a tremendous amount of info so please read through the information on the About Us, Schedule of Events, and Volunteer tabs. Can't find what you are looking for? Just email us and we'll be happy to chat with you. 

Baseball, known as America's pastime, has captivated kids for decades. Don't worry if your kid has never played, as many other kids haven't so your child is not at a disadvantage.  A lot of kids have only picked up a bat in the last couple of years, and every year we add more new kids to the program.  



Here are a list of some items new players will need this season:

  • Mitt/Glove (See links below for additional information about choosing a mitt)
  • Bat Bag
  • Cleats/Shoes (WYBSA sometimes has used shoes donated to our baseball & softball league if you would like to try them before making a shoe purchase) 
  • Batting helmet (softball requires a face shield/mask, baseball doesn't.  WYBSA owned helmets are available for use during  season if you are unable to make a helmet purchase)
  • Bat  (We have some bats  available for player use during  season if you are unable to make a bat purchase)
  • Baseballs/Softballs (1-3 balls to practice with your child at home should be good)
    • Tee-ball & Baseball Coach-Pitch will use Rawlings ROTB5 level 5 low RIF (Reduced Injury Factor).  But, level 1 low RIF baseballs are generally a little softer and may be better suited for practicing at home with younger kids just getting started.
    • Baseball 8U and older will use traditional baseballs (like Rawlings ROLB1 and Diamond DOL1)
    • Softball Coach-pitch uses 11" low RIF softies 
    • A ball will use 11" softballs
    • B, C, D ball will use 12" softballs
  • Additional Items, if applicable:
    • Softball Fielder's Mask (required for softball pitchers. Some managers may suggest additional protective gear beyond the minimum requirements)
    • Baseball Catcher Protective Cup (required for male catchers)
    • Catcher's Gear (each team will have 1-2 complete sets of catcher's gear for team use. Some parents choose to purchase their own set of catcher's gear and/or catcher's mitt if their child chooses to catch long-term)
    • Batting Gloves (batting gloves are not a requirement, but they can help with grip and to prevent blisters from the repetitive motions during batting practices - especially with the 9 and older kids)

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