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LIMITED OPENINGS REMAINING

  Baseball Registration
 Limited Openings Remain!
 It's not too late to register but time is running out.  Most divisions still have a few openings for players but once filled, registration for that division will be closed.  
 Don't miss out, REGISTER TODAY to guarantee your spot on a team.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

 
 
A $5 Late Fee will be added to all registrations after March 15, 2020.  

Registration Listing

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There are no programs or divisions available at the moment. Please contact your club administrator with any questions.

ADDITIONAL INFO

  NO MANDATORY FUNDRAISERS:
You spoke and we listened, this year there are no mandatory fundraisers. We will however, continue to offer every family the opportunity to reduce their net out of pocket expenses by selling lottery tickets but there is no longer a requirement for you to do so. During online or in person registration you will be given the opportunity to sell 10 $5 lottery tickets per player registered. If you choose to participate, you will be given (or mailed) tickets to sell.  As you sell them, you will keep the money from the ticket sales and return all of the ticket stubs to the league (sold or not). If you choose not to participate, no tickets will be supplied, and there will be nothing to return.
   
  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:
Cheektowaga Youth Baseball is a 100% volunteer run organization that relies on the generosity of it's volunteers to provide youth athletic programs to the youth of our community.  
All volunteers will receive a $30 credit applied to their league account to be used toward the next season registration.   To receive your credit an adult parent or guardian can do any of the following a) work two shifts at either of our concession stands, or b) register for, complete the required certification for, and volunteer as a Team Manager or Assistant Coach for the duration of the season, or c) Volunteers as a groundskeeper or another board position. Only one credit is issued regardless of the number of participants registered and credits expire when registration for the next season closes.

*A $30 per family volunteer deposit is due at the time of registration. 

 DON'T DELAY - REGISTER TODAY!
  
A $5 Late Fee will be added to all registrations after March 15, 2020.       

Cheektowaga Youth Baseball Division Descriptions

7-8 Baseball

The 7-8 Baseball division is designed primarily for ballplayers ages 7–8.  This division makes use of a pitching machine to allow for more hittable balls at the plate and more action in the field. Fear of actually being hit by a pitched ball is diminished. It makes the game safer and improves the playing confidence and ability of all participants.

Rosters are typically composed of around 12 players, and 10 players are used in the field during each inning.  Minimum play time requirements are in place so every player gets a fair opportunity to play each game.  The diamond uses 60-foot base paths and the pitching machine is placed at a distance of 46 feet.

All teams advance to a single elimination tournament style playoffs at the end of the season.

Parents are strongly encouraged to become involved in this level of Baseball.  After completing a Volunteer Application, passing a required background check, and attending a free certification program parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, and league board members. 

9-10 Baseball

Ballplayers ages 9–10 continue to build and refine their fundamental skills while beginning to understand game strategy and teamwork.  Young Athletes are first introduced to youth pitching and stealing bases in this division.

Rosters are typically composed of around 12 players, and 10 players are used in the field during each inning.  Minimum play time requirements are in place so every player gets a fair opportunity to play each game.  The diamond uses 60-foot base paths and a pitching distance of 46 feet.

All teams advance to a single elimination tournament style playoffs at the end of the season.

Parents are strongly encouraged to become involved in this level of Baseball.  After completing a Volunteer Application, passing a required background check, and attending a free certification program parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, and league board members. 

11-12 Baseball

Ballplayers ages 11–12 continue to build and refine their fundamental skills and understanding game strategy and teamwork.  Young Athletes are first introduced to leadoffs and stealing home in this division.

Rosters are typically composed of around 12 players, and 9 players are used in the field during each inning.  Minimum play time requirements are in place so every player gets a fair opportunity to play each game.  The diamond uses 70-foot base paths and a pitching distance of 50 feet.

All teams advance to a single elimination tournament style playoffs at the end of the season.

Parents are strongly encouraged to become involved in this level of Baseball.  After completing a Volunteer Application, passing a required background check, and attending a free certification program parents may become involved in practices, and be eligible as coaches, managers, umpires, and league board members.

13-15 Baseball

The 13-15 Baseball Division was created for ballplayers ages 13–15 who wished to continue their baseball playing experience beyond the age of 12. This is where players get to dig their baseball cleats into standard 90' diamonds for the first time under the Official Baseball Rules used by Major League Baseball.

Rosters are typically composed of around 12-15 players, and 9 players are used in the field during each inning.  Minimum play time requirements are in place so every player gets a fair opportunity to play each game.  The diamond uses 90-foot base paths and a pitching distance of 60 feet 6 inches.

Players in this division will compete against teams from other local leagues and all teams will advance to a single elimination tournament style playoffs at the end of the season.

Players in the 13-15 division often have the opportunity to play baseball for their High School so we have shifted the season so it does not conflict with the high school baseball schedule.

16-19 Baseball

The 16-19 division is the highest and most accomplished level of youth baseball offered.  Players in this division will compete against teams from other local leagues.

Rosters are typically composed of around 12-15 players, and 9 players are used in the field during each inning.  The diamond uses 90-foot base paths and a pitching distance of 60 feet 6 inches.  This is a wood & bamboo bat only division.  All teams will advance to a single elimination tournament style playoffs at the end of the season. 

Players in the 16-19 division often have the opportunity to play baseball for their High School so we have shifted the season so it does not conflict with the high school baseball schedule.

Contact Us

Cheektowaga Youth Baseball

121 Starlite Ave 
Cheektowaga, New York 14227

Phone: 716-249-1292
Email: [email protected]

Cheektowaga Youth Baseball

121 Starlite Ave 
Cheektowaga, New York 14227

Phone: 716-249-1292
Email: [email protected]
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