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2018 Season Starts Soon

Make sure you have:
1. New bat - Check out the new 2018 regulations here .
2. Appropriate Shoes - Steel spikes are not allowed at every level.
3. Batting Gloves 
4. Fielding Glove
5. Sun Glasses
6. Water bottle

Overview

Traveling baseball is known to have a higher level of competitiveness than recreational baseball. A lot of players considering to make the jump to traveling ball should be made aware of the following:

  • Traveling ball is significantly more expensive than recreational. It can incur costs from higher level coaching, more practice time, and travel expenses.
  • There is no guarantee of playing time. The best players play.
  • There is an increased chance for high level development. Players looking to play in college and beyond should seriously consider joining a traveling team
  • You will be required to try out and will be placed on a team according to ability.
  • Rules are generally more closely related to high school or college baseball.

Teams

TBall - For ages Kindergarden and under.

Intown Baseball (Prep League) - Fun, structured baseball for kids that is designed for them to learn some of the basics of the game.

Traveling Baseball - This program is designed for kids that are at an advanced level and are wanting to compete with surrounding communities.

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Want to participate in your local community? Become a  sponsor for Ellsworth Youth Rec Association and support youth in your area.