|12/1/2022||Spring 2023 Registration Open||Sign up now!|
|2/1/2023||Late Registration Begins||Late fees will apply|
|2/26/2023||Evaluation Day||See the Reg/Eval page for more!|
|2/27/2023||Waitlist Registration Begins|
|4/1/2023||Spring Season Begins!|
|7/1/2023||Spring Season Ends|
SAA Rec Baseball is a fully volunteer-led program. Our continued success depends on the efforts of our members. We'd love to grow our program and offer more baseball fun to our community, but we can't do it without YOU!
Please consider donating your time and expertise as a member of our Board or as part of a remarkable event committee. If you'd like to make the baseball community a positive and memorable experience for our youth, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
Current and upcoming position vacancies: Training and Development, Concessions, and Volunteer Coordinator.
Baseball Registration opens on December 1, 2022, and late registration begins on February 1, 2023. Waitlist registration begins February 26, 2023.
Baseball is offered for players aged 4 through 18 (Colt) years old.
T-ball players must be 4 years old by May 1, 2023, all other leagues are formed by a September 1st cutoff date. For example, if your child turns 9 yrs old before September 1, 2023, then they will be in the 9/10U league for the Spring Season. These cutoffs are intended to align with school grade-level cutoffs as well.
**Additional competitive league/tournament teams, as part of the NIASL (North American All-Star league) N60 League, are available for 8U-14U (must be a registered in-house player to participate in the N60/Tournament teams).
Information will be forthcoming about tryouts for these teams. Please indicate your interest during the in-house registration process. At this time, we are still seeking coaches and players for our teams. The viability of any tournament team will be assessed, once there is enough interest.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
(live as of December 1, 2022)
Baseball League Fees
Tee-ball-5U (4 and 5 yr old) - $155 on or before February 1, 2023 ($180 after February 1, 2023)
7U - $175 on or before February 1, 2023 ($200 after February 1, 2023)
8U-12U - $185 on or before February 1, 2023 ($210 after February 1, 2023)
14U - $190 on or before February 1, 2023 ($210 after February 1, 2023)
Colt (High School) - $230 through May 1, 2023 (No Late Fee)
A mandatory fundraising fee per registered player is also due at the time of registration. This additional $20 pays for 2 tickets to the SAA Baseball Night at the Boomers' game. The date for SAA Baseball Night at the Boomer’s is TBA.
You can sell the two tickets for $10/piece to recoup your fundraising contribution or, preferably, keep them, and join us at the game. More tickets for that night will be available for purchase, as we approach the event. Should SAA Baseball Night at the Boomers' game not take place for any reason, we will arrange an alternate fundraising opportunity such as a raffle.
*No refunds will be given after February 26, 2023*
Interested in playing extra games at an All-Star level, in addition to your in-house schedule? If so, please indicate your interest in this program during Spring In-House registration. Teams are forming at each level, 8U-14U.
All players who express interest will be considered during the in-house Evaluation Day!
Coaches for our N60 SLAM teams are needed. If you are interested in coaching or playing for N60. Please contact the N60 SAA Commissioner Michael Booker at email@example.com
SAA In-House baseball is an instructional league for the purpose of learning the game and having fun. All players are taught the baseball skills to play the game and encouraged to try all positions.
In-House leagues (kindergarten through 8th grade) are designed purely for the fun of playing a game. Players are instructed in the fundamentals of baseball and given every opportunity to play every position equally. Scores are not kept so that the players can enjoy the game without the pressure of winning or losing.
Sportsmanship and fair play are the hallmarks of our league, with all players as equal team members.
For most leagues, the year begins with player evaluations where coaches observe your son or daughter in basic baseball skills. Players are then selected and placed into teams, attempting to make the teams as even and fair as possible. League standings are not kept, which removes pressure from everyone involved to "win at all costs".
This allows all players to try every position with the confidence to know they are simply playing a game to have fun. At the end of the regular season is an All-Star celebration weekend, with players selected by their peers not only for their ability but for their teamwork and spirit. Finally, for the older players, the season ends with playoffs and a league champion.
Besides the regular in-house leagues, we do sponsor Tournament teams at some levels. whenever possible, which gives players exposure to a more competitive game.
For a more competitive level, we have the All-Star Tournament Teams available starting in the 2nd grade (8u).
Additional Tournament Team information is available here.
For competitive Travel baseball, please click the link in the main menu at the top of the page.