South Jeffco Families:
***Registration for the 2020 Baseball Season*** is officially open! Please click HERE to Register!
Please note that all players need to register prior to 10/16, even if they’re a protected player as we need to assign players to rosters.
***Please note: Minors registration (T-Ball, coach pitch & modified kid pitch) will open at a later date.
2020 League will be played through AYL again:
Our registration costs INCLUDE the players hat and jerseys. This is often an expense that other organizations remove from their registration price, requiring families to pay after registration for their uniforms.
8-13’s (2nd-7th grade)
AA - $365
AAA & Majors - $400
14’s (8th grade) - $350
Included in your SJ registration …
AAA / Majors Teams
-2 outdoor weekly practices and 1 weekly outdoor batting cage practice. (3/15-end of the season) - Practice and Game Baseballs
Our Baseball Tryout Date will be on Sunday, October 20th and there is a $55 non-refundable deposit due in order to attend tryouts. Once you are placed on a SJ team, that $55 will be credited to your dues. The tryout is for the following players:
Returning Players - Your previous coach has a deadline of 9/27 to submit their protected/unprotected player list. Protected players need to register and pay the $55 non-refundable deposit by 10/16. Payments made at registration will be credited to your dues.
The tryout will be for those players that meet one of the following scenarios:
(please contact – firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com )
What: South Jeffco Baseball Tryouts
When: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20th, 9am-4pm (Times by age group-TBD)
Where: Foothills Indoor Sports Arena - 3608 South Kipling Pkwy Denver 80227
Equipment: Players should come prepared with all their equipment, glove and bat/helmet if they have one. Regular shoes are fine as the tryout is indoors.
SJ will continue to strongly encourage players, especially at the AAA / Majors level to play their grade, even if their age falls within a younger grade based on the April 30th cutoff date. It is always OK to play up a grade, but we recommend not playing down a grade. There are so many examples of playing down a grade that negatively impacts the player.
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