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Hello In-House Parents,
Welcome to the 2017 Baseball Season. The season will officially start on Saturday, May 6th at Hamlet Park with our opening day event. This is a great way for your child to meet their coach, hand out jerseys, and hold a practice or a scrimmage. This event was a ton of fun last year and we're looking forward to seeing you all out there this year. This will be a laid back atmosphere with head coaches determining how to best use their time. Last year the coaches just split the field and held team practice while other coaches jumped right in and held a scrimmage.
Last year we did evaluations for the Pitchball, Pee Wee and Minor leagues players and we will be doing it again this year because of the positive feedback. On Saturday, April 22nd we will be holding evaluations at Hillside Elementary school baseball fields for the Pitchball group from 8-11am and on Sunday, April 23rd for the Pee Wee and Minor group from 12-3pm. This will not be a long process - the kids will be there for about an hour. Groups and times will be sent out by the end of next week. The purpose of having evaluations is to make teams even as possible. The kids will be participating in throwing, fielding, and hitting drills. This will not be mandatory, but we stress that your child is there.
Teams will be posted the week of April 24th. The plan is to have a coaches meetings on April 30th.
The T-ball season will go until the end of June. The Pitchball year end tournament is July 8-9th at Hamlet Fields. The Pee Wee and Minor league tournament is scheduled for July 14-16th at Hamlet Park.
Thanks everyone for your continued support of CGAA baseball, we look forward to seeing you at the field. If you have any questions feel free to email me.
CGAA In-house Baseball Director
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Park High School
In-House Baseball Director
For any questions regarding any of the T-Ball leagues, please contact Josh.
For any questions regarding the Pitchball league please contact Josh.
Pee Wee Commissioner
For any questions regarding the Pee Wee league please contact Josh.
For any questions regarding the Minors league please contact Josh.
2017 In-House League Information
CGBA Baseball In-House programs offers Baseball for age's 4-12
The age cut off date is April 30th.
Age 4 Wee Tee's
Age 5 Instructional Tee Ball
Age 6 Traditional Tee Ball
Age's 7 and 8 Pitchball
Age's 9 and 10 PeeWee
Age's 11 and 12 Minors.
Wee Tees is a program offered to 4 year old children to provide them with the basics of the game of baseball. The program is held typically held on four Saturdays in the month of June. Participants will be provided with jerseys.
We have 2 levels of T-ball offered during the week in our program: Instructional (5 year olds) and Traditional (6 year olds).
Instructional T-ball (Monday's and Wednesday's) is an introduction to the game for 5 year olds. Players learn positions and the general concept of the game. Score is not emphasized.
Traditional T-ball (Tuesday's and Thursday's) is for 6 year olds and is step two in moving towards "real" baseball. Score is kept and is a step in preparing players for the Pitchball league.
Pitchball (offered either Monday and Wednesday as American League or on Tuesday's and Thursday's as National League) is the next step in the baseball education. It involves hitting balls pitched from a machine. Although not perfect the machines offer a more consistent pitch for the players rather than relying on a coach's pitching skill. Players rotate through all positions and learn the fun of hitting the ball and running the bases. We have an end of the year tournament to show off their skills they learned throughout the season.
Pee Wees (offered either Monday and Wednesday as the American League or Tuesday and Thursday as the National League) introduces the aspect of kids pitching to kids. It also begins to introduce and strenghten all other phases of the game. We have an end of the year tournament to show off their new skills developed throughout the season.
Minors - is our final in-house stage of baseball training. It adds in all the phases of the game in order to prepare the players for the next step of baseball. This league also has an end of the year tournament.
We have baseball opportunities for all our young men in these age groups through traveling baseball teams. We try to equally spread out the boys on teams made up of players registering in the spring and any who were not placed on a team from fall tryouts.