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In-Town Baseball

In-town Baseball

Registration is open now! Registration goes until 5/15.

Players should sign up based on their current grade in school (2018-2019).

Games and practices are Monday and Wednesday nights.  From 6-8pm.  With a season-ending tournament on July 27th.

Each night players will warm up and rotate practice stations until about 6:45.  Then will play one game on their designated field.

Division Breakdown is as follows:

Grades K-1     Start Date June 24th

Grades 2-3    Start Date June 24th

Grades 4-5    Start Date June 24th

We are need of volunteers during the nights your child plays. The open positions are:

In-Town Commissioner

  • We need one person for this role. This role is responsible for making sure all of the other roles in the program are filled, operating as desired and looking for improvements for the program.
  • Also, this role would be on the board of the EBSA which would include some evening meetings.

Team Scheduler & Coordinator

  • We currently have a great volunteer here, Steve Georgakas. We need someone to fill the role next year and Steve would be happy to train his replacement.
  • This role is responsible for setting the season schedule for the different age levels, as well as, assists the coaches to split up the teams fairly (through a draft).

Onsite Manager

  • Coordinate umpires, handle miscellaneous logistics and any parent questions\issues.

Concessions Coordinator

  • We need someone to work with the teams to make sure that the concession stands are covered. This is also a good opportunity for high school students to get volunteer hours.

Concession Workers

  • All money made here is donated back to the youth baseball programs. Help us help your kids.

Equipment Managers

  • We need someone to take an inventory of what we have, confer with the In-Town Commissioner, and make sure we have the right equipment for the season.
  • Help check equipment out to teams, etc.

Please see the attached FAQ sheet:




The In-town recreational baseball program of the EBSA promotes an educational and instructional program for individuals in the Ellsworth area. The EBSA in-town programs promote full player participation for authority, together with the instruction in baseball rules, skills and the element of play. Coaches will try to ensure and encourage equal participation, playing time and player position rotation. If there is a player safety concern, coaches will then error on the side of safety (example: can the player safely protect themselves from a line drive hit).