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FALL 2017 REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

 

REGISTRATION FOR FALL 2017 BASEBALL IS NOW OPEN !

DYBA is offering Fall T-ball, Pinto and Bronco.

 

Click on the link below to go to the registration page:

 

Link to registration site

FALL BASEBALL INFORMATION - COMING SOON!

Mike Irvine

Co-Director of House Baseball

Rob Reddy

Co-Director of House Baseball

Phone: (773) 331-7273



Logan Rosenthal

T-Ball President



Harley Rosenthal

Pinto Co-President



Dan McNair

Mustang Co-President

Bryan Segal

Mustang Co-President




Pony

League primarily for players currently in 7th and 8th grade. 
Base paths are 80 feet long.
Players pitch from 54 feet.

This is solely house based inter-community league.  Travel players of this age group will play exclusively for their respective travel teams.  

 

 Pony will play inter-community with Winnetka, Wilmette, Evanston, and Highland Park.
 

REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2017 PONY IS NOW CLOSED !

​FIND MORE INFO ON PONY PAGE



Colt

League is for Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors (as of September 1, 2017)
Open to all players, no cuts.
League does not conflict with DHS summer leagues.
Players participating in high school baseball programs are eligible and welcome.
Games played on weekends only.
League begins June 10 and ends last weekend of July.
Home Games are played at Clavey 1 and Jewett 1
Come out and enjoy real baseball in real baseball weather
IHSA baseball rules- 90' base paths, 60'6" pitching
Volunteer Coaches


Senior Colt

League is for players 18 years and older as of September 1, 2017.

Open to all players, no cuts.

Games played on weekends only.

Teams play in the Northern Lights League against teams from Buffalo Grove, New Trier, Glenview, and Skokie.

League play begins May 27 and runs through the last week of July.

Home games played at Jewett 1,  and Clavey 1.

IHSA baseball rules—90’ bases, 60’6” pitching.

Volunteer (adult) coaches.

Come out and enjoy real baseball in real baseball weather.


Craig Gutman

Colt/Senior Colt President


Message from the Directors of Baseball

 

We are pleased to serve as Co-Directors of DYBA Baseball and are looking to build on the success of 2016 by DYBA and Chicago baseball.  We are excited by the opportunity and look forward to your participation and feedback -- more details to follow.

In 2016, DYBA increased the resources to training and it produced positive results.  Therefore, we will continue to have clinics and group practice events run by the Deerfield High School baseball coaches, as well as many of our own travel baseball coaches.  Before, during and after the seasons, our goal is to allocate the necessary time and space for these clinics and learning experiences.

Outside of any improvements we may enact, as we do each and every year, for DYBA – our first and primary focus is the children of our program.  Regardless of the player’s age or ability, we strive to teach the benefits of baseball as it relates to life.  We need to stress to all the players honesty, and the importance of making good decisions both on and off the baseball field.  We need to stress teamwork, good sportsmanship and attempt to instill a positive working attitude in our young adults.  We, as parents, need to remember that we are here for the kids, not the other way around.

We hope as well, that all parents and players of our organization see and understand what it takes to make a league of this size run productively.  Only a few volunteers put in hundreds of hours to make sure every item from registration to the last games are great experiences for all involved.  Please consider volunteering some time and giving back to this league.  There is no organization more dedicated and productive when it comes to baseball than DYBA.

Mike and Rob