12U/10U Fall Ball is Cancelled

We are sorry to announce that BYBA will not be offering a Fall Ball program for 12U/10U players this fall.  We were unfortunately unable to secure a partner to support the midweek skills building clinics, which are a critical piece of the program.

Our intent is to return with an improved Fall Ball program in 2015.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

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16U/19U high school Fall Ball team registration open NOW!

Fall Ball for 16U/19U high school students is starting now, and registration is now open!  The 16U JV team will consist of freshmen and sophomores, and the 19U Varsity team, coached by BHS Varsity coach Shawn Scott will consist of juniors and seniors. Please note that playing for the Fall Ball team has nothing to do with making the regular season Burlingame High School Panther baseball team.

FEE:  $300 for Burlingame residents, and $345 for non-Burlingame residents.

PRACTICE:  Every Wednesday and Thursday from 3:30-5:00 at Washington Park, beginning on September 3rd.

GAME SCEHDULE:  Click here to view.

REGISTRATION:  is open NOW!  Here is how to do it:

  1. Go to this link: https://login.sportssignupapp.com/Users/Login
  2. If you are new, click on “Create an Account” and follow the step by step instructions.  Once completed, return to the main page where you can register a player or an adult.
  3. If you already have an account, log in using your user ID email and password.
  4. Choose “Register to Play/Participate
  5. Select the player’s name that you want to register
  6. Click “Register Now”
  7. You should see the “Fall Ball 2014″ registration page.
  8. Select the appropriate Division based on the player’s age and whether you are a resident, or non-resident.
  9. Proceed with following the steps all the way through to check out and payment

CAN YOU PLAY FALL BALL WHILE PLAYING FOR A BHS WINTER TEAM (FOOTBALL)?  Please check with individual BHS coaches and Coach Scott for verification…but last year football players played baseball as long as football took total priority AND  both coaches knew.

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Burlingame Panthers Win SFYBL 12U tournament!

The Burlingame Panthers 12U Tournament team celebrated Father’s Day by winning the inaugural SFYBL Tournament.  They defeated San Anselmo by a score of 11-6 in the final.

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Remembering Steve Chase

Dear BYBA Families:

As many of you know, it was with great sadness that we learned that Steve Chase (long time BYBA coach and father of three wonderful boys) suffered a heart attack last Friday evening and passed away.  Steve’s family asked that I let all of you know that a Memorial Service will be held in Steve’s honor on Friday, May 30th at 10:30 a.m. at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church in Burlingame.  A reception celebrating Steve’s life will immediately follow the service, location not yet determined.

Steve’s family will have a ‘Private Rosary’ the night prior to the service.

In addition, this year, BYBA will be dedicating our annual June Invitational Baseball Tournament in memory of Steve.  Tee-shirts recognizing Steve will be for sale with all proceeds going into college accounts for his three boys.

A specific bank account for the college fund has been established.  The account is titled “Alannah Chase (DBA) Chase Boys College Fund”.   Anyone who would like to help should send checks to:  Chase Boys College Fund, 507 Dorchester Road, San Mateo, CA 94402.

Please forward this message to those who may wish to attend Steve’s service or donate to the Chase Boys College Fund.

Sincerely,

Mike Brunicardi

President, BYBA

 

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Updated Baseball Bat Policy

We have updated our allowable baseball bat policy as follows:

For Bambino, Rookie, Sandlot, Mudville and Reyna leagues:

  • Any “all aluminum” alloy baseball bats are allowed
  • All wood bats allowed except for bamboo
  • No bat with a barrel larger than 2 & 5/8th inches

For Sauer league only:

  • CIF baseball bat standards (see www.cifstate.org) which are BBCOR approved.  The BBCOR stamp must be affixed to the bat.  This category must follow a -3 weight to length ratio as described through the BBCOR approved baseball bats list
  • Any “all aluminum” alloy baseball bats are allowed
  • All wood bats allowed except for bamboo
  • No bat with a barrel larger than 2 & 5/8th inches
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