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CGBA In-House Baseball
Dear In-House Baseball Families,
Cassi and I would like to thank all of you for your patience and understanding during the past month while we have waited to make a decision on this year’s baseball season. On Sunday, May 17th the CGAA Baseball Board held a special meeting to determine how this year’s baseball season will proceed. After much deliberation, the Board has voted to suspend this year’s In-House Baseball season indefinitely. We did not feel it was possible to offer a season that could both follow the Governor’s Task Force recommendations for social distancing and small group gatherings while at the same time provide our players with a quality baseball season. Please know this was not a decision we took lightly, and we understand how disappointing it is for our players and their families.
We will begin the process of refunding In-House registration fees during the coming week. Players will be refunded the cost of registration less the SportsEngine processing fee and CGAA player fee of $10. This fee is to cover fixed costs including rent of the YSB where our equipment is stored, annual audits, insurance, and utility costs. The standard player fee for all CGAA players is $15, however, the Baseball Board has voted to reduce this to $10 for our In-House Baseball Players and cover the remaining $5 from our accounts. A separate email was recently sent out with a message from CGAA’s president, Dan Harrison, explaining this fee in greater detail. Dan is currently requesting any questions or feedback regarding this player fee be sent to him directly at email@example.com.
Thank you all for your understanding and acceptance of this tough decision. We hope to see you all practicing in your backyards this summer so we can be back in full force next spring!
Sarah and Cassi
NEW THIS YEAR: All players (except Wee Tee players) will be required to provide their own batting helmets. There are no color requirements for in-house helmets. Helmets can be purchased through Amazon, Dick's, Play It Again Sports, etc., or matte green helmets can be ordered through Advanced Sportswear.
In-House Kick Off will take place on Saturday, May 2nd. Each team will be assigned a time to meet their coaches and teammates, receive their hats and jerseys, and play a short scrimmage against another team. Once teams are formed, a Kick Off schedule with each team's meeting time will be posted.
Regular Season: Please plan on your child having practice or a game every Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday (based on their registration) beginning on May 4th, weather permitting. All practices will start at either 5:45 or 6:45pm and will last approximately 1 hour. All games will start at 6:15pm. Season end dates vary based on level. Instructional and Traditional Tee Ball will go through the end of June. Pitchball and above will go until the end of season tournaments scheduled for mid-July.
Tournaments: End of Season Tournaments will be held for Pitchball and above in July. The Pitchball Tournament will take place the weekend of July 10th at Lamar Fields. The Pee Wee and Minors tournament will be the weekend of July 17th at Hamlet Park. Both tournaments will be double-elimination based on team standings. CGAA Baseball reserves the right to modify the tournament format to single-elimination as needed based on inclement weather.
Team rosters and full schedules for the 2020 Season will be posted in mid-April.
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In-House Baseball Director
In-House Baseball Director
For any questions regarding any of the T-Ball leagues, please contact our In House Directors.
For any questions regarding the Pitchball league please contact our In House Directors.
Pee Wee Commissioner
For any questions regarding the Pee Wee league please contact our In House Directors.
For any questions regarding the Minors league please contact our In House Directors.
2020 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
Ages 7 and 8 - Pitchball
Ages 9 and 10 - PeeWee
Ages 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 (Mondays and Wednesdays) 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 (Tuesdays and Thursdays) 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 by coaches. 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 (offered on Mondays/Wednesdays only) - 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.