Online registration for our 2019 Regular Season is now closed. We do have openings at some divisions, though, and if you are interested in those please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions, please click here.
Skills Assessments (Tryouts)
SKILLS ASSESSMENTS: All baseball and softball players who wish to participate in the AAA division or above are required to attend at least one skills assessment (aka "Tryouts"; same thing). The Skills Assessments will be Saturday, Feb. 23rd and Sunday, Feb. 24th and at Snider Park. Players who do not attend a skills assessment will not be eligible to play at the Majors level. The skills assessment process is used to determine the most appropriate division for the player to participate. Players may attend both skills assessments dates if desired, but attendance at only one is required.
Players should arrive at the Snider Park Clubhouse sometime in the following windows, based on their league age and last name:
9:00 AM-10:00 AM: League-age 8-12 year old baseball players interested in playing either AAA or Majors Baseball: LAST NAMES: A-M
10:30 AM-11:30 AM: League age 8-12 year old baseball players interested in playing either AAA or Majors Baseball; LAST NAMES: N-Z
1:00 PM-2:00 PM: League age 8-12 year old softball players interested in playing either AAA or Majors Softball. ALL LAST NAMES.
2:30 PM-3:30 PM: League age 13-16 year old baseball and softball players interested in playing either Intermediate, Junior, or Senior Baseball, or Senior Softball. Also for 12-year olds who are interested in playing Intermediate baseball or Senior Softball (not common). ALL LAST NAMES.
The times listed are the windows of time to arrive for assessments check-ins at the clubhouse. After completing the check in, please expect the process of the assessments to take approximately 90 minutes to two hours.
Pre-registration before the skills assessments date is strongly advised to streamline the process. You can register your player at skills assessments. Players should come to the assessments prepared to play ball and should be dressed accordingly. Male players should wear cups. Make sure your player brings a mitt. There will be bats for use if your player does not own one yet.
Due to uncertainty of the weather for each weekend, please check your email and/or the website before heading out to the ballpark. If skills assessments are cancelled, we will provide notice no later than 8:00 a.m. that morning.
If you are unsure of your player's league age, consult the charts at the bottom of this page.
To register via hardcopy/mail, please fill out and return the registration form below