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League Schedules available

The 2019 Season Schedules have been posted to the 5-12 year old league pages!

Also the Opening Day picture schedule has been completed.


2019 League Registration has closed.

However, there may be spots available in certain age groups.  Please contact the appropriate age group League Supervisor (contact info is under the "League Resources" tab) to inquire about availability. 

Please see the Important Dates document below for your information on what's going on and when.



2019 Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken Age Chart

All player ages are determined by the birth chart available on the Babe Ruth website.  Please click here to view the chart.

Player age on May 1 in any birth year shall be the deciding date.

Season of 2019:

Cal Ripken – Any player born prior to May 1, 2015 and on or after May 1, 2006 will be eligible for Cal Ripken Baseball League competition.
Any player that turns 4-years-old in the months of May, June, July and August of 2015 is eligible to participate in the Cal Ripken T-Ball Division

13-15 – Any player born prior to May 1, 2006 and on or after May 1, 2003 will be eligible for Babe Ruth 13-15 League competition.


2019 USA Baseball Bat Guide

TBall 5-6

USA Baseball T-Ball Stamp

Cal Ripken Baseball 7-12

USA Baseball Marking
2 5/8" Barrel Maximum

NO BBCOR BATS
 
Babe Ruth Baseball 13-15
 
USA Baseball Marking or BBCOR .50
2 5/8” Barrel
 
For more detailed information on the USA Baseball bat rules please click here.

 


Decertified Bats

The link above shows bats that have been decertified by USA Baseball. If your child has a bat on this list (there is only 1 currently) they may not use it in league or travel play.


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SPYBA Philosophy of Operation

The Stevens Point Youth Baseball Association (SPYBA) is a recreation and travel league open to all boys and girls within the age limits determined by the National Babe Ruth Association  living in the Stevens Point area. The primary objective of our leagues is to promote the fun and fair play of baseball. Fundamental skills, safety, sportsmanship, teamwork and honesty are emphasized at every level of play. Winning is not emphasized in our recreational leagues. Opportunities for more competitive play are offered via our Tournament Teams. Coaches, umpires, and parents should all act as role models and understand the importance of participation in youth baseball.