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.
Fall Ball - Baseball General Information (subject to change):
2021 Rodeo Baseball Fall Ball Registration
Regular Registration $100*
*Per Child, All Divisions
Space is Limited at each division. After a full team is completed, there will be a waiting list until another team is completed. PLEASE SIGN UP NOW!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have problems registering.
We are hosting an 8 week Fall Ball Season starting September 11, 2021, ending October 30, 2021. This developmental program is a perfect opportunity for kids new to the sport; as well as returning players to build on their skills for next spring. The time commitment is one day a week.
Scheduling will be finalized in August considering the current public health mandates.
Online registration for the Fall Ball ’21 will Open 08/01/21. Sign-up by August 20, 2021.
Fall Ball is an instructional league for baseball, where practices and games are focused on teaching the fundamentals of batting, pitching, fielding and base running. It's a great time to learn new skills and try new positions.
Fall ball baseball is spring training!
The goals of Rodeo Baseball Fall Ball are to:
When is Fall Ball - Baseball?
The season runs from September 11th through October 30th. The schedule is simple: one game or practice on Saturday. Registration starts in August, and space is limited.
What level should my kid sign up for?
Teams will be split into divisions depending on “league age”. Use the chart below identify the players "league age"
Note: Fall Ball age is based on your child’s age in the following Spring Season.
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