2020 Baseball Tryouts will be held on
July 30 and July 31st, 2019
Boys Age s U8-U16
GHHS Baseball/Softball Complex
17001 Ferris, Grand Haven
No Tryout Fee
Registration Deadline: July 26, 2019
This is a competitive youth baseball program. All teams will play League games as established by the program with roughly 16 games in Grand Haven/Grand Rapids area and targeting 4 tournaments throughout the summer. Other scrimmage games will likely be scheduled and practices will be held in the local area. Baseball Players are selected through an evaluation process at the 2-day tryout.
ALL EVALUATED PLAYERS MAY NOT BE SELECTED TO PLAY.
Some important facts about the League Season if selected to play on a team:
Resident Fee is $695 (same as 2019 season)
Includes 2 jersey, hat, belt, and 2 pants, USSSA liability insurance.
Deposit Payment of $100 is expected once selected for the team.
Practice throughout the winter up to start of season. The league begins in April and concludes in July (4 month season).
Be willing to travel to games played in Grand Rapids and away tournaments.
The older U15 and U16 Teams will play as Pirates team(s) instead of as Young Bucs.
Coaches selected by Young Bucs Baseball. Parents are encouraged to apply and need to include baseball coaching credentials.
A small number of scholarship opportunities are available for those selected, this can provide a reduced fee and is based on meeting GHAPS reduced school lunch criteria. Inquire at tryouts if interested and think this may apply for you.
A make-up tryout date is planned for Tuesday, August 6, 6-9pm if required.
Any questions: Contact
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