Senior League will run this fall again, for young adults ages 13-16. You must have been born on May 1, 1997 or later.
The team will have two divisions, a junior division of primarily 13-14 year olds, and a senior division of primarily 15-16 year olds, and will play similarly formed teams from around the region.
Games will be on weekends, with possibly a night Friday game or two.
There will likely be 1 practice per week, through September, then because of daylight, just the weekend games.
The season will run September and October, with the slight chance of games the first weekend in November (based on scheduling). You are looking at around 14 games, with the understanding that some will be playing other primary fall sports so coaches are understanding of missed games and practices.
This is a great way to continue to build your baseball skills against some good regional competition.
To register, please go to the website (www.fybl.org) and go to the "Register Online" tab on the left hand side of the home page.
If you have any additional questions, please contact Larry Green
This fall, FYBL will once again be offering a fall baseball and softball experience for those who are interested. There are Travel and In-Town options for registration. The Registration Deadline For the Travel Programs is August 26 2014. (Registration for U9 Travel is closed). The registration deadline for the In-Town programs and Softball is August 29, 2014.
PLEASE NOTE THAT REGISTRATION FOR THE FALL BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL IS CONDUCTED EXCLUSIVELY ON-LINE. PAYMENT MAY BE MADE BY CHECK OR THROUGH PAYPAL.
The cost of fall baseball and softball is $75 ($125 for big diamond), which includes a $10.00 field usage fee charged to FYBL by the Town of Farmington. If you have any questions please contact Byron Frank
U9 / U11 Travel: Bill Beckert
In-Town Leagues (Coach Pitch, Machine Pitch and National League): John Truhan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Softball: Tony Sardilli
Big Diamond-Transitional: TBD
Big Diamond-Junior/Senior: Larry Green
Games will be on Saturdays and Sundays (and maybe also Friday nights), we work very hard to avoid conflicts with soccer. For the in-town leagues, games will start the weekend after Labor Day.