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Fall Baseball/Softball Info Page

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Fall 2023 Baseball/Softball Information
For general information about the spring season at BYSA, please see the general season information by clicking here.

The information below provides a guide to help you navigate the registration process and information regarding some frequent questions about our spring season. If you have additional questions, please email us at

Fees for Fall 2023

  • T-ball: $100
  • Softball: $140
  • Baseball: $160

In addition to your registration fees are two $50 Volunteer Fees per player, with a $150 maximum volunteer fee per family. A link will be sent prior to the start of the season and you may sign up to work concessions or park clean-up.  When you have completed each shift, your account will be credited the $50 fee that can be used towards future seasons.  These fees can also be earned back through managing or coaching a team.

Online Registration
Everyone must register online via the Sports Engine Site/App. We will hold two in-person registrations in August (Saturday, 8/5 and Thursday, 8/10). These registrations will still be completed on the SE app, and are provided for people looking for assistance on the computer to complete the process. We highly recommend everyone to register on their own, from home or your phone. Any questions regarding registration can be directed to

Returning Players
Please note that registration must be done through a web browser or the Sports Engine app. Due to changes in the way this new system manages data, there is limited saved information from prior seasons. Please enter all information as requested by the system. You must create/log into your Sports Engine account, complete the registration questions, check out and then you’re done! If you’d like to volunteer to coach or manage, please fill out the separate Coach and Volunteer registration (no cost) for the adult you would like to volunteer.

New players
You are required to create a Sports Engine account which is achieved through the registration link where you input both player and guardian information.  You can also add additional adults to your account (for example, if you want multiple adults notified of things like tryout schedule, team messages, etc). You will need the following information in order to complete your registration:
1. Birth certificate
2. Medical/Insurance Information
3. Emergency contact information

Payments can be made by credit cards online through the Sports Engine system. 

Please do not opt out of communications by email. We will use email to notify you of your team assignment and other BYSA-related communications. If you do decide to opt out of these communications, please be aware that you might miss being notified of important information. We use the communication features in Sports Engine to announce field closures and other occasional announcements.

What happens after I register?
You can verify that your registration is complete by your order receipt, which should be emailed to you. You should also see something for Spring 2023 under “Recent Registrations” when you log in to your Sports Engine account. After teams are assigned, you will find information regarding your team assignment on your Sports Engine account. Also, you will also be able to use your Sports Engine app for team related information (schedule, etc.). Once you are assigned to a team, you will need to log out of the Sports Engine app and log back in to see your child’s team.

If you are interested in trying out for an Advanced Baseball team, please keep an eye on your email, the BYSA website, social media, or your text notifications for information.

Fall 2023 BYSA Season Dates
Registration: now until August 10
In Person Registration Dates: If you are having difficulty signing up online please come to one of our in person sessions:
Saturday, August 5, 10am – 12pm / Wednesday, August 10, 6pm - 8pm

Limited Late Registration (depending on division-specific availability) TBD
Practices start the week of August 28th
Opening Day (games start): September 9th
Season Ends November 18th

Other common questions
Can my son/daughter play up? In almost all cases, players play within their age group, though it can be requested to be evaluated to play up one age group. Please reach out to to request. One main exception to this is with 7 year old boys (Rookie Division). 7yos typically play in Rookie B, but based on the number of registrations, some 7yos might be placed in the Rookie A division. In other divisions, the only time players will be moved up is if the number of registrations require a player to be moved.

Can my son/daughter play down? The only time this is typically considered is for a 6yo who has never played before. In this case, if you wish to sign up for T-ball, please complete your registration (you'll automatically be registered for Rookie B/8U softball) then send an email to and your order can be edited.

Can I request a coach or to play with a friend? In the spring, no. In the fall this can sometimes be accommodated as fall is considered instructional while spring is competitive. Teams will be selected in all age groups. The only exception to this is for siblings, who will be automatically placed on the same team as each other if they are in the same age group (unless parents request they play on separate teams).

What is included with my registration?

  • T-ball: jersey, hat
  • Baseball: jersey, hat, umpires (In fall, Minors and up have paid umpires. In spring, all ages except TBall have umpires.)
  • Softball: jersey, socks, umpires (In fall, 10U and up have paid umpires. In spring, all ages except TBall have umpires.)

What equipment do I need? A glove (must), a batting helmet (must), a bat, and cleats (highly, highly recommended). For softball, batting helmets must have a facemask. Also for softball, any player playing infield must wear a fielding facemask while in the field. We highly recommend that all girls have a fielder's facemask.

For baseball: baseball pants are typically worn, but we recommend waiting until you talk with your manager to determine what the team color for pants will be. All bats purchased must have the USABat stamp to be eligible for use. In the Junior division, bats must be either stamped as USABat or be BBCOR 0.50.

For softball: softball pants are typically worn, but we recommend waiting until you talk with your manager to determine what the team color for pants will be. All bats purchased must have the "USSSA 1.20" bat stamp to be eligible for use.