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Concord Carlisle Youth Baseball 
Spring Programs
 
For a list of the rules applying to all players as well as for specific divisions, please click here.
 
Dates for 2018 Spring Baseball:
 
For Grades K - 2nd (Cal Ripken Baseball):
Registration CLOSES on March 31, 2018.  
Late fees are assessed and players are waitlisted starting April 1.  
 
For Grades 3rd - 6th (Cal Ripken Baseball):
Registration CLOSES on March 25, 2018.  
Late fees are assessed and players are waitlisted starting March 26.
No registrations will be accepted after March 31
 
For players age 13 - 16 on April 30 (Babe Ruth Baseball):
Registration CLOSES on March 15, 2018.  
Late fees are assessed and players are waitlisted starting March 16.
No registrations will be accepted after March 23.
 
All refunds will incur a $15 processing fee.
No refunds after April 1 unless the player is injured and unable to participate.

If space is available, registrations for certain leagues may still take place after the end of registration. 
A $25 late fee will apply.

Note - Cal Ripken games for the Spring 2018 season start on Monday, April 23.
Babe Ruth games start the weekend of April 14 & 15.
AA clinics will begin on Sunday, April 22 

Baseball Divisions 
 
 

Divisions and game days for players in Kindergarten through 3rd grade:

    T-Ball

Tuesday

6:00 PM

Kindergarten

Sunday

5:00 PM

     

    Farm League

Monday

6:00 PM

Grade 1                     

Thursday

6:00 PM

     

    Single A

Wednesday

6:00 PM

Grade 2

Saturday

5:00 PM

     

     Double A

Sunday

5:00 PM

Grade 3                                 

Thursday

6:00 PM

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Divisions and game days for players in 4th through 6th grade:

    Triple A

Tuesday

6:00 PM

Grade 4 / most Grade 5

Friday

6:00 PM

     

    Majors **

Monday

6:00 PM

Grade 6 / some Grade 5

Wednesday

6:00 PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

** Notes for Majors:

  • Majors may also have games on Friday, in particular for rainouts and playoff games.
  • CCYB League Officials determine which fifth graders will play in Majors. This is based on spring player evaluations (dates TBD) and 2017 coach's ratings.
  • 7th graders who are 12 years old on April 30, 2018 are eligible for Majors.
  • Players who are 13 years old on April 30, 2018 must play in Babe Ruth, even if they are in 6th grade.


Player Eligibility for Cal Ripken Tournament Play and Bay State Baseball:
Players must play CCYB spring baseball to be eligible for play with any Cal Ripken Tournament Team. Players must play CCYB spring baseball *or* reside in Concord or Carlisle to be eligible for play with any Bay State team.
 

Divisions and game days for players age 13 years and older:

    Babe Ruth Minuteman

Saturday

varies

Age 13 - 16

Sunday

varies

     

 

 

 

 

Minuteman teams play every Saturday or Sunday, usually late morning, against teams from other towns (such as Weston, Acton, Chelmsford, Westford, etc.).  Roughly half of the games in Concord and the other half away.  Divisions are organized by strength of teams.

7th graders who are 12 on April 30, 2018 are typically given the choice of playing in Majors or Babe Ruth.  These players should register for Majors; please contact Baseball Commissioner Steve Soares for more information: steve.soares@ccybs.org

 

Baseball Fields
Rookie, Farm and Single A usually play at Alcott, Rideout, Thoreau, and Willard.
Double A and Triple A usually play at Banta, Rideout, and Ripley.

Majors play 50/70 games at Banta, Emerson, Rideout, and Spalding.  A few games are played against teams from Bedford at fields near John Glenn Middle School in Bedford.

Babe Ruth usually play home games at Emerson with some games at Rideout.

 

Fees
Fees for the Spring 2018 season are as follows:

 

Rookie League (T-Ball): $155
Farm and Single A Baseball Divisions: $155
AA, AAA, Majors and All Babe Ruth Divisions: $175
   

 
All fees include a $25 field maintenance fee, which helps maintain all fields in Concord and Carlisle.  Additionally, there is a $10 discount for the second and subsequent children registered for any of the baseball or softball programs.
 
We need Coaches and Volunteers
CCYB/S is a volunteer parent run organization and our success in providing good, fun baseball and softball environments is directly dependent on our parent volunteers.  Please consider signing up as a coach/volunteer when registering your child.  The program will provide a coaching clinic to dust off those childhood memories and skills.