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The Rodeo Baseball Association is committed to providing to all youths, regardless of physical or financial limitations, the opportunity to participate in an organized sports group where youngsters of all ages can learn the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, self-reliance, sacrifice and pride in personal  development.


Hello Rodeo Baseball Families,

With the news of the increasing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we wanted to inform you that we are taking this situation very seriously & are following the Counties recommendations of postponing large gatherings of 250 people or more. Unfortunately, RBA must postpone Opening Day Ceremonies due to the number of people that would normally attend. While Rodeo Baseball recognizes the fluidity of this rapidly evolving situation, our current intention is to play season games as scheduled (Weather Permitting). Normal opening day activities such as: singing of the National Anthem, President Speech, Scream Off & Raffle Ticket drawings will now take place at our Hit-A-Thon on April 18, 2020.

In addition, we are cleaning and sanitizing hard surfaces. We have added a second hand washing station next to the snack bar as well as provided coaches with hand wipes for players in dugouts.

We encourage all those that are actively participating in our league – including players, volunteers, families, and fans – to follow the best practices as outlined by the CDC, which include washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands; and avoid close contact with people who are sick. We would also encourage you all to limit close, physical contact with others (including shaking hands, high fives etc.)

Also, if you or your child are ill; have a fever, cough, or respiratory condition; have a compromised immune system; are in any other group that may be at an increased risk of contracting a virus like the coronavirus; or have recently traveled to a country listed on the CDC’s Risk Assessment by Country, we encourage you or your child to refrain from our activities until cleared by your healthcare provider.

As the situation continues to develop, Rodeo Baseball will do our best to continue to keep our league, volunteers, and families informed.


Amanda Farmer


Rodeo Baseball Association 


New Bat Rules

Change Birth Date to August 31
(From April 30).
All other minus factor bats (-5, -7, -9, etc.) must be YBBCOR Certified (USA Bat Licensing Stamp on bat).


Any team member may pitch, subject to restrictions of pitch count as recommended by PITCH SMART guidelines for that particular classification.


Lefty Gomez Baseball Field
470 Parker Ave
Rodeo, CA 94572