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2024 League Registration

Although the spring league registration has "officially" closed, we still want to provide the opportunity for kids to "play ball".  You can still register your child to play baseball by contacting the appropriate league coordinator (listed on our Board of Directors tab).  The appropriate league is based on your child's age as of 4/30/24.  Please note that the late registration fee will apply, and we cannot guarantee that 5/6 or 7/8 late registrants will receive a t-shirt.  Once registered, the league coordinator will place your child on a team and notify you and the coach which team your child is on.  Let us know if any questions, and thank you for choosing SPYBA.

SPASH Baseball - Youth Instructional Clinic

SPASH Baseball is holding a youth baseball clinic, for ages 9-13, on Sunday, April 14th.  SPASH coaches and players will be leading the clinic.  Please see the attached flyer for more information on this good opportunity to help your child refine their baseball skills, and support the local HS team!

Amherst HS Baseball Annual Youth Camp Fundraiser:

Join the Amherst HS baseball team for a 2-hour camp open to both boys and girls on April 20th.  Current Grades 4th thru 8th will run 12pm-2pm. Current Grades K thru 3rd camp will run from 3pm-5pm.  Each camp will consist of a group warm up, 4 stations including hitting, throwing, fielding, and baserunning/fun. Campers will receive a complementary camp shirt. The camp will take place on the outdoor Amherst High School football, baseball, and softball facilities. If there is bad weather the camp will be moved to Sunday, April 21st. For questions or more information, please contact Coach Bill Held at 920-390-0315, or  Please see the attached flyer for more information and the registration link.

2024 Important Dates

Below is a link to the SPYBA important dates document.  More information on these dates will be provided as they approach.  Please let us know if you have any questions.

Dibs and Volunteer Important Information

Please visit the Dibs tab to view available items to volunteer for. More items added as the season progresses.

Below are some helpful documents.

Raffle Fundraiser Information

Click Here for raffle information and past winners


Are you or a family member or older SPYBA player Interested in Umpiring?  We need interested people to assist in Umpiring for our leagues (9-15). This is a PAID opportunity and a great way to help SPYBA.  We depend on SPYBA players of 13-15U age groups, adults, parents, and former players to help make our league run.  

We also use Umpires from this pool who are qualified and show ability to Umpire for our home travel tournaments. Preference may be given to licensed WIAA Umpires for some of our older leagues in these situations.

Please contact Chuck Kania for questions and more information

2024 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
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 Mission Statement

To provide opportunities for the growth and development of young athletes in our community through a focus on fundamental athletic skills, cooperative spirit, good sportsmanship and hard lessons through both successes and failures through the sport of baseball.

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.