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Select Team Tryout Dates - Summer 2019, For 2020 Season Rosters
by posted 06/05/2019

Dear BBSC Families,

We are changing the dates for select team tryouts from weekend days to week days.  The need for the change is both the availability of candidates (easier on families to get candidates to weekday tryouts) and the availability of evaluators.  We appreciate your flexibility related to our changing the dates announced last month. 

Please see below for the tryout dates that have been set for the 9U, 10U, 11U, 12U, 13U, and 14U BBSC Select Baseball Teams that will play in the spring and summer of 2020.  It is mandatory for players to attend both days of the tryout (either both days on the primary weekend or both days on the make-up weekend).  Announcements of team rosters will be made within 10 days following the completion of the tryouts.  The times for each of the days will be communicated following the coordination and scheduling of fields and evaluators.  That information will be communicated in early June. 

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the beginning time for check in (5:15 pm arrival for the 5:30 start times). 

Team

Primary Tryout Day 1

Primary Tryout Day 2

Make-Up Tryout Day 1

Make-Up Tryout Day 2

Birthday Eligibility Range

9U

Mon, June 17

5:30-8:00

AP 2

Mon, June 24

5:30-8:00

AP 2

Tues, June 18

5:30-8:00

AP 2

Tues, June 25

5:30-8:00

AP 2

* May 1, 2010 –

Aug 31, 2011

10U

Tues, June 18

5:30-8:00

AP 2

Tues, June 25

5:30-8:00

AP 2

Mon, June 17

5:30-8:00

AP 2

Mon, June 24

5:30-8:00

AP 2

May 1 2009 –

Apr 30, 2010

11U

Wed, June 19

5:30-8:00

AP 3

Wed, June 26

5:30-8:00

AP 3

Thur, June 20

5:30-8:00

AP 3

Thur, June 27

5:30-8:00

AP2

May 1, 2008 –

Apr 30, 2009

12U

Thur, June 20

5:30-8:00

AP 3

Thur, June 27

5:30-8:00

AP 3

Wed, June 19

5:30-8:00

AP 3

Wed, June 26

5:30-8:00

AP 3

May 1, 2007 –

Apr 30, 2008

13U

Evaluators for the 13 and 14 U dates are still being scheduled.  We are looking at Sunday, June 23 as Day 1 for both ages.  Day 2 on Monday, July 1 and Day 3 on Tuesday, July 2.   All 3 days will run from 6:00 – 9:00 pm at AP 4.  Players should come to 2 of the 3 days.  Players will be evaluated at the same workout for two separate teams. 

May 1, 2006 –

Apr 30, 2007

14U

May 1, 2005 –

Apr 30, 2006

 

*Note on Birthday Eligibility Range:  The 9U select team for the 2020 season will be the first team to shift eligibility range to match BBSC’s recent shift to September 1st eligibility.  The other 5 age groups will be based on the May 1st eligibility date that was used when those teams were initially formed – the May 1st date will track with those groups of candidates as they move through the remaining years of select tryouts.  The eligibility range for the 2021 season 9U team will be September  1, 2011 through August 31, 2012. 

The long term plan is heading toward standardizing on similar weekends each year for this tryout process.  

Best regards,

BBSC Select Committee

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BHS Baseball Camp June 17-21
by posted 05/17/2019

Broadneck High School's annual baseball camp will be held June 17-21.  BHS coaches will run the camp with assistance from BHS players who will serve as camp counselors.  The camp is intended for rising 2nd through rising 9th graders.

 

Use the following link to register:  https://campscui.active.com/orgs/BroadneckHighSchoolAthletics?orglink=camps-registration#/selectSessions/2611209

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New Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth Bat Rules
by posted 02/01/2018

2018 Bat Rule Changes

Cal Ripken Baseball Division - All non-wood bats must have USABat Marking. Barrel Maximum 2 5/8". No BBCOR Bats are permitted in the Cal Ripken Division. For T-Ball, bats must be marked with USABat T-Ball Stamp.

Babe Ruth 13-15 Division - All non-wood bats must have the USABat Marking or marked BBCOR .50. Bat Barrel - 2 5/8".

Babe Ruth 16-18 Division - All non-wood bats must be BBCOR .50 and no greater than -3. Bat Barrel - 2 5/8".


Note: Solid one piece wood bats are permitted for use in all divisions and must conform to Rule 1.10. No laminated or experimental bats shall be used in a game.

Tampering or altering bats may violate certain federal and state laws and voids the USA Baseball certification, as well as all manufacturer warranties. Rolling is considered tampering and would void the bat’s certification and make it illegal for play.

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