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1. What's the status of the fields and construction?

As you may have noticed, there is a lot of ongoing construction on the new fields.  We do expect to have those fields for the start of games in mid-March.  However, they will not be complete in time for our evaluations and practices in February.  This may limit some of our practice times and locations but we will do our best to come up with creative solutions for all teams across the various leagues.


2. What days are practice?

Practices are typically any day of the week except Wednesdays and Sundays.  Occasionally, due to limited field space with the ongoing construction, we may have to schedule practices on Wednesdays.  Days and time slots may rotate for teams in an effort to balance the late and early practices if possible.

3. What days are games?

Games are typically Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday.  Wednesdays may be used for make-ups or an occasional schedule night depending on number of teams in a league and field availability. 

4. How many days a week will there be games or practices? 

Usually about 1-2 times per week depending on the number of teams in each league.

The Rookie league only practices once per week and typically plays 1 game per week. 


5. When are the evaluation dates, times and locations? 

The evaluation date(s) and times are posted in early-to-mid January.  The date is subject to change based on weather. 

6. How long is the season?

Games run thru end of April or early May.

7. When will practices start?

Once coaches select their team, practices will start immediately. This is typically the first or second week in February.


8. What should I bring to evaluations?

Please bring your glove, helmet and bat. Keep in mind that peewee, tball and rookie ages require chinstraps and facemasks on batting helmets.  Due to COVID, we will not be sharing helmets at evaluations.


9. What bats are allowed?

No big barrel bats are allowed in the Rookie or Tball age groups.  Bats with a diameter of 2 5/8” or larger areconsidered big barrel and thus are not permitted.  Bats can be either a USA or USSSA( BPF 1.15) approved bat. 

NOTE:  The Peewee division of baseball is allowed to use bats with a 2 5/8” barrel or smaller.