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Easton-Redding Baseball (ERBL) – 2023 Spring Baseball Registration is Now Open!!

**Easton-Redding Baseball League’s (ERBL) Spring registration is now open for all boys and girls ages 4 through 12 (turning 4 by 9/1/2023). The season will run from mid-April through early-June and consist of games on Saturday mornings/afternoons as well as weeknight games/practices.

 

 

 

Division breakouts are as follows:

·        Majors – Cost - $240.00. This division is for all eligible 7th, 6th, and 5th graders – although younger/less experienced 5th graders may choose to play in the minors division instead by emailing us through the website. The Majors play their games on the larger 50/70 field (50 feet from pitcher’s mound to home plate and 70 feet between each base) with 50/70 field rules such as leading and pickoffs. 

·        Minors - Cost - $240.00. This division is for 5th (those choosing to not play in majors), 4th, and 3rd graders. The Minors play on the traditional 46/60 field (46 feet from pitcher’s mound to home plate and 60 feet between each base) with 46/60 field rules such as full kid pitch and stealing bases.

·        Rookies - Cost - $215.00. This division is for 1st and 2nd graders. The Rookies play on the traditional 46/60 field and will feature a combination of coach pitch/machine pitch. Outs are recorded and players will bat in a continuous lineup. There will be one practice/game during the week (day/time TBD) and one game on Saturday mornings (8:45am start time) with a strong focus on baseball fundamentals. 

·        T-Ball - Cost - $125.00. This division is for those children in Kindergarten, Pre-K, or any child who turns 4 by 9/1/2023. The T-Ball players will play on a smaller sized field with smaller team sizes (usually 6 – 8 per team). Batters hit off of a tee while learning the fundamentals of the game including batting, fielding & throwing. There will be one practice/game during the week (day/time TBD) and one game on Saturday afternoons (12:30pm start time or 1:30pm start time) with strong focus on baseball fundamentals.

Please Note:

  • ***For EASTON Residents only. We have switched to a new system and no information was allowed to migrate over. For the purposes of registering for 2023 Spring Baseball you will need to create a new family account IF you've never registered through SportsEngine in the past. If you have an existing SportsEngine account then all you would need to do is register your child through the existing account.*** 
  • Easton residents must register through the link provided in this communication. Redding residents should register with the BGCRE through their website.
  • Rookie and T-Ball divisions are organized as Easton only teams with all games and practices in Easton while the Majors and Minors teams will be fully integrated with Redding Baseball.  The teams will be proportionally balanced based in overall registration.
  • "Play-ups" are at the sole discretion of the Easton-Redding Baseball League (ERBL) BOD and will be granted strictly based on safety concerns.
  • We DO NOT accept placement requests at any level of play.
  • All teams are coached by volunteer coaches so please consider registering as a coach/manager of your child’s team.

Key Spring Dates:

  • Registration Deadline: March 9th 
  • Player Evaluations: For Majors and Minors divisions only will be held early to mid-March
  • Teams announced: Middle to Late March
  • Stay tuned for Winter Clinic announcements
  • First practices: Mid-April
  • First Games: Week of April 22 weather and field conditions permitting

HOW TO REGISTER:

Register for the Spring season at www.eastonbaseballleague.com and click on the "Register Here!" banner. The games/practices WILL NOT conflict with AYSO (soccer) times. Registration closes March 9, 2023.

We look forward to another fun and safe season – Opening Day will be here soon!

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Easton Baseball League

Since 1954, Easton Baseball League has provided an educational and athletic program where every athlete experiences the following:

  • Has fun playing the game
  • Feels like an important part of the team regardless of performance
  • Learns the skills, tactics and strategies of the game
  • Improves as a player
  • Develops positive character traits and values that will aid success in the rest of their lives and have value beyond the playing field.

As a VOLUNTEER run organization, Easton Baseball League is committed to creating a culture in which coaches, parents, fans, umpires and athletes work together to achieve this mission.

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