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Please note below the county rules on smoking at county parks. There is no smoking at BBSC games or events.
(a) A person may not use any form of tobacco: (1) in a restroom, at a spectator or concession area, dog park, aquatic facility, or playground in any County park; or (2) within 100 yards of an organized activity at a County park.
(b) (1) “Organized activity” means an event that has a defined time for starting and ending and is in a designated or permitted area of a County park. “Organized activity” includes athletic events, concerts, and special events such as arts fairs. (2) “Park” includes recreational facility.(3) “Tobacco” to include but not be limited to cigarettes, cigars, snuff, pipes and spit tobacco.
The BBSC 9U Baseball Tournament Team will be holding a supplemental tryout this Sunday, April 26 at Arnold Park Field 2, from 1 to 2:30 pm. The team, which has already been formed, is looking for up to an additional 3 players. Players must be playing at league age 9 this year in the BBSC recreation league. Candidates must be born between May 1 2005 and April 30 2006. If you have any questions contact Casey Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that the tryout times for the BBSC 2015 8U Baseball Tournament Team have been changed. The first tryout will be held on Saturday, April 25 at 5:30 pm at Belvedere Park. Makeups will be held on Saturday, May 2 , also at 5:30 pm.This tryout is exclusively for those who are playing at league age 8 this year (will turn 8 by April 30, 2015) and, those playing at league age 7 this year (will turn 7 by April 30, 2015). Six year olds are not eligible for this team. All players trying out for the 8U Tournament Team must be playing in the BBSC spring 2015 recreation league.
The 8U Tournament Team is for those who want to play in several tournaments in the late spring and early summer against teams from other organizations at an enhanced competitive level. There will be regular practices beyond those of the recreation teams on which the team members play and players must commit to play in all tournaments. There will also be an additional fee required that will be based on tournament and other expenses.
There will be one practice per week, likely Saturday afternoon. The A team will have a tournament Memorial Day weekend, June 27-28 and July 11-12. Tournaments for the B team will be June 27-28 and July 4-5. The June tournament for both A and B are at UMAC, which is in Montgomery County. All of the other tournaments are at Elkridge.
We will hold another tryout session for the 2015 BBSC Baseball 13/14U Tournament Team on Sunday 4/26/15 at Arnold Park Field 4 from 4pm-6pm. If your son plans to attend please confirm your attendance with Keith Barreca (email address below) by Friday 4/24. Players that attended the 4/19/15 session should not attend the 4/26/15 session. To be eligible to tryout, players must be born between May 1, 2000 and April 30, 2002.
The team will play in three local tournaments (about 12 games) plus several in-house scrimmage games starting in mid-June through mid-July.
Essex Fathers Day (June 13,14, 20,21)
Rockville Tournament (June 24-28)
Potter Tour (July 3-6) (at AP4)
Practices will be held on Sundays (3-5 at AP4) starting May 3.
This is a great way to extend the season and play a higher level of baseball. The cost to participate is approximately $215 (includes uniform). We hope to see you on 4/26!
Please consider playing a greater role in BBSC. Broadneck Baseball and Softball Club is a non-profit organization and is run entirely by volunteers. We have many wonderful families that help this league run smoothly and efficiently and do everything they can to make sure our kids have a fun and safe place to learn and love the game. We have a limited number of volunteers who do a tremendous amount of work for the league, on a daily basis almost 12 months of the year--from working on fields, to coaching, to organizing concessions to coordinating uniforms, umpires and Opening Day.
But these core volunteers very much need help on many of these tasks from new volunteers, who can learn from those who currently do so much for this league. We need for you to get involved on a range of existing projects and to infuse additional energy into new ones so the league can continue moving forward now and in the years ahead. Please consider volunteering. Our promise to you is that you will find it rewarding and fun and you will always only be given as much as you would like to handle. There are many opportunities and many areas that need assistance so we will be able to find an area that you enjoy or for which you have a particular skill. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this. We will be listing some of the specific things the league needs on our web site. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions at all.