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YMCA Youth Baseball League

It’s time to start thinking about registering for the YMCA’s Youth Baseball League!

Registration started on January 7th and ends on February 18th.  If your child is a returning player all you have to do is contact last year’s coach.  If this is the first time you are registering your child you can do this at any of the YMCA locations:

  • Bill Bartley Family YMCA, 5001 Bartley Drive
  • Downtown YMCA, 1010 9th Street
  • East Branch YMCA, 302 Tulsa Street
  • Early Childhood & Youth Education Center, 2600 Spur 325

There are different age division and fees:

  • T-Ball 5-6 years old, $35
  • Machine Pitch 7-8 years old,, $45 
  • Willie Mays 9-10 years old, $50
  • Pee Wee Reese 11-12 years old, $50
  • Sandy Koufax 13-14 years old, $50 

All children must play for the school they attend or the school district/zone they live in.

Participating in baseball at the YMCA involves much more than development of motor skills. In addition to improved physical health and development of self-confidence that comes from learning to play, youth also build positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork. At the Y, we work to build the whole child, from the inside out.

Contact Brenda Armstrong at (940) 322-7816 for more information. 
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