Registration for the 2015 Spring season is now closed. You may request late registration by using the contact us tab above. Due to the heavy turnout, we cannot guarantee late registration but will inform you if there is room at your child's age level.
We are in the process of forming teams. You should hear from your child's manager by early March. Rosters will also be posted here.
--Field day is tentatively set for March 7th, Field Day is when we prepare the fields for the season. The weather will dictate when we are able to have Field Day and start practices.
--April 11, 2015 is Opening Day! Our Opening Day celebration is one of a kind and a memorable day for our kids, families and the community. The festivities include player intros, carnival games, prizes and food! View pictures from last year by clicking here.
Here are some answers to come common questions:
Do I need to buy baseball pants? The league supplies a full uniform including baseball pants. Pants are gray except for majors who wear white. However, the uniforms do not arrive until closer to Opening Day so it's a good idea to buy an extra pair for practices and just to have an extra pair.
What equipment does my child need? A baseball glove and cleats. Some kids like to have their own bats and helmets but each team is supplied with bats, helmets and catcher's equipment. Free cleats can be obtained at the Mechanicsburg cleat bank --full info is under the parents tab above. Metal cleats are prohibited except for Teeners level players (ages 14-16).
When are practices and games? This depends mainly on which team your child is placed on. Most teams will practice once during the week and once on the weekend. Once games begin, there are usually 2 games a week. Minors, Majors and Teener level teams usually practice 3 times a week in the preseason and play 2-3 games per week. A complete practice schedule will be available under the Teams tab above. Game schedules will also be posted towards the end of March.
What size bats are allowed? In the little league levels (ages 5-12), no big barrels (2 5/8" or more barrel) are allowed. Bats should indicate that they are approved for Babe Ruth League or Little League play. Preteeners may use big barrels and must be a drop 5 (e.g. 30/25) or drop 3 (e.g. 32/29). These bats must be BBCOR certified.