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2022 BYBA Spring Season

BYBA Spring 2022 Registration is NOW OPEN. Registration fees increase on 12/1/21, and registration will close on 1/15/22 - so please sign up now, and remind your friends and neighbors to do the same.

If you need to sign up multiple players please add all players into a single "shopping cart" and check out only once. The multi-player discount *ONLY* applies if all your players are being checked out at the same time.

If you register as a volunteer to coach, you MUST ALSO complete a background check in our system - even if you've coached with BYBA in past seasons. We hope you will volunteer to coach; we are an all-volunteer league and we can use your help!

All BYBA players must have proof of age on file. If you are new to BYBA, please send proof of age (a JPG or PDF version of birth certificate or passport) to bybaregistrar@gmail.com after registering.

Please check our website (www.byba.us) for important updates.

PLEASE NOTE: If your are not a Burlingame resident, participation is not guaranteed. Non-resident registration will be reviewed by our Board and you will be notified as to whether your registration has been accepted. If you have questions or concerns please email our Registrar at bybaregistrar@gmail.com. Non-residents who are accepted will be assessed a non-resident fee. If your registration is not accepted your registration fee and non-resident fee will be refunded in full.


BYBA High School Fall Ball 2021

Registration is closed

Please note:

1. All Players must be students at Burlingame High School as of September 2021
2. The BYBA Fall Ball program is not affiliated with Burlingame High School.
Some members of the Fall Ball coaching staff will be from the BHS staff, however it’s not a part of the BHS sports program
3. BYBA encourages all students to play multiple sports in high school; it is a great experience and creates well-rounded student-athletes
4. School sports programs take priority over Fall Baseball. If your student-athlete plans on playing a fall sport at BHS we would recommend that he/she not play BYBA Fall Ball. There are too many conflicts, and we would not want a player to get hurt during Fall Ball. Your student-athlete's primary commitment should be to their BHS team.
5. Not playing Fall Ball will NOT hurt anyone’s chances of making the Freshman / JV / Varsity BHS baseball teams.
6. THE BYBA FALL BALL PROGRAM IS FOR EXPERIENCED, SEASONED BASEBALL PLAYERS CAPABLE OF PLAYING AT A HIGH LEVEL. IT IS NOT FIT FOR NEW OR INEXPERIENCED PLAYERS. IF YOU ARE UNSURE WHETHER YOUR STUDENT ATHLETE IS A FIT FOR THE PROGRAM OR NOT, PLEASE SPEAK WITH COACH SHAWN SCOTT BEFORE ENROLLING.

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Umpire Registration for Spring 2022

BYBA is now collecting interest in our 2022 Youth Umpire program.

BYBA players entering their 2nd year of Mudville or older are eligible; pending completion of the training program. New and returning umpires must log onto BYBA.us/umpires to register.  When the form is completed, make sure to click the “send” button to submit your registration.

Umpire training classes will be announced within the next few weeks!


2022 Spring Registration Now Open!

 

BYBA Spring 2022 Registration is now open!

To get your early bird rate, register now! After 12/1/2021, fees will increase by 25%. Registration will close on 1/15/2022. For more details see the Registration page.


BYBA High School Fall Speed & Agility Program – Sign Ups

BYBA is offering fall baseball / speed and agility program to all high school baseball players, including incoming 2021 freshman.  Please register ASAP.

 

There will be weekday workouts on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4pm to 6:15pm. The baseball portion of the workouts will be from 4 to 5:30. The speed and agility portion of the workout will be from 5:30pm to 6:15pm.

Games will be on Saturdays and Sundays. The speed and agility portion of the workouts will be run by the trainers from H3 Elite Sports. The speed and agility workouts will consist of working on explosive first steps, stride control, running form and core strength. The baseball portion of the workouts will consist of fielding fundamentals at all positions. Foot work around the bases, reading ball flight in the outfield, cut off and relays, as well as base running, reading and reacting to balls in the dirt, and defensive communications.  Pitchers will throw bullpens and work on pitch location and consistent pitching mechanics.

First official workout is September 15th. The fall season will go till November 21st.

The schedule will be posted once sign ups are completed.
Thank you,

BYBA and H3 Elite Sports


Burlingame 12U Wins Burlingame Tourney!


BYBA High School – Sign Ups

BYBA SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMRULES FOR ELIGIBLE PLAYERS:

  • MUST BE IN HIGH SCHOOL!
  • A non-resident outside of Burlingame and Hillsborough are welcome to play!
  • MUST BE U16-U19

BYBA SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMRULES / TEAM DETAILS:

 

  • Registration is via BYBA web (see attached path for registration instructions). All players must register and pay fees prior to playing.  Players must provide the coach with a copy of their birth certificate and BYBA medical release form.
  • Players will receive a hat, jersey, and socks. Pants color will be determined by the coach.
  • Registration fees also pays for insurance, equipment, balls, field & light fees, league fees, and umpires.

 

Email coach Shawn Scott @ ssjr44@gmail.com for registration passcode.

You cannot register without passcode. 

 

 Register below:

 

https://burlingameyba.sportssignup.com/site/


Maverick Jacks Fundraiser


Cooperstown Clinic!

Learn baseball skills from the 2021 BYBA Cooperstown Teams!

Hitting – Pitching – Fielding – Catching

$60 Per Player 

Lunch and Snack Provided 

Bayside Park Fields #2 and #3

Sunday, April 18th

Register Below:

9:00am – 12:30pm Rookie & Sandlot Players

1:00pm – 4:30pm Mudville & Reyna Players

Download Flyer:

https://byba.us/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Cooperstown-Clinic-for-BYBA.US_-2.pdf


Baseball is on! Sign ups close 1/29. Season starts 2/22.

As we move closer to the start of the 2021 Spring Season, we are very excited to get our kids safely back out on the diamond. Currently, we expect practices to begin on schedule the week of February 22nd. At this time, we are going to move our athletes off the waiting list, and ask you all to finalize registration payment (you should receive an email tonight asking you to complete registration, if your child is on the waitlist). If you are not already on the waiting list, you can register via https://byba.us/registration/

Registration will close on January 29th.

Reminder: finish the registration or sign up now, and remind your friends and neighbors to do the same!


Spring 2021 Registration Reminder

As a reminder, signups for the BYBA Spring 2021 season are open now! Details about the signup process are online here: 

https://byba.us/registration/. 

Rest assured that the Board’s top priority is to provide our youth with the most “real baseball” activity allowed by health guidelines.

We recently completed a small trial fall-ball program for some older kids, which included new COVID-19 safety guidelines and protocols executed by players, coaches, and families. The program successfully provided players an opportunity to get back on the field in a safe manner for the first time since March. The program also enabled us to implement, test and refine our COVID-19 protocols and guidelines to put us in a solid, well-prepared position for the spring.  Thank you to the volunteer coaches, the players, and the families whose commitment to the safety protocols and open communication to help keep our community safe. We look forward to that same level of strong support in the spring.

We are not charging for registration at this time, as we expect to collect fees closer to the season start date (slated for mid-February).  Fees will be consistent with, but probably discounted from last years fees (depending on decisions regarding uniforms and umpires).  If we are not able to execute on various aspects of our season due to public health restrictions, we will adjust our fees accordingly. Financial aid is available for those families in our community experiencing hardship.

Thank you for being a part of BYBA and for your continued support of the league! Reminder: sign up now, and remind your friends and neighbors to do the same!


Spring 2021 Registration

BYBA Spring 2021 Registration is NOW OPEN.

With the ongoing pandemic coupled with its many uncertainties, we will open registration in the form of a waitlist enabling all interested to secure a roster spot. This format will allow us to collect player interest without collecting fees while we work with the City of Burlingame and County of San Mateo to determine the appropriate guidelines and protocols to have a safe and enjoyable 2021 Spring season.

As a reminder to all parents of 2020 2nd year Sauer players, your player has been granted a 3rd year of eligibility due to the lost 2020 Spring season.

Please register here. All returning BYBA player families can use their existing SIPlay Account; new families will need to create an SIPlay login (only one login is required per family). For any registration issues, please contact bybaregistrar@gmail.com. For any other inquiries, please contact admin@byba.us.

2021 Registration Fees:
Registration fees for the Spring will be determined and communicated once we have a clearer understanding of the impact of COVID and how it may impact the 2021 season. To this point, we keenly understand that COVID has had a range of financial impacts on our community. It is our mission that every player be afforded the opportunity to play.

REGISTER NOW https://burlingameyba.sportssignup.com/

We look forward to returning to the diamond next Spring!

The following are the 2021 age cutoffs:
Rookie: Birthdate 9/1/2014 to 8/31/2016
Sandlot: Birthdate 9/1/2012 to 8/31/2014
Mudville: Birthdates from 9/1/2010 to 8/31/2012
Carl Reyna: Birthdates from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2010
Hank Sauer Jr.: Birthdate from 9/1/2005* to 8/31/2008
*3rd year eligibility for returning players only


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It was love on the diamond that took Kaleb Keelean to Oregon Tech.

The junior leadoff hitter for the small NAIA program in Klamath Falls, Oregon had never traveled much. After graduating from Burlingame in 2016, he played two years at Skyline College before transferring to Cal State East Bay in 2020.

Kaleb Keelean

Since Cal State East Bay canceled its 2020 season 20 games in, though, the NCAA Division II program in Hayward has yet to return to the diamond. And when it was announced late last year the entire 2021 season was being canceled, Keelean quickly started looking for other places to play, leading him to Oregon Tech to reunite with his old friends, Mitchel Swanson and Aubrie Businger.

“Me being 23 years old, I already red-shirted at Skyline my first year there … and I just wanted to play,” Keelean said. “Mitchel has been my best friend since I was like 8 years old, so I just called him and asked him: ‘Hey, are you guys having a season?’”

Mitchel Swanson

Swanson also landed at Oregon Tech after something of an odyssey. He and Keelean played together at Burlingame and Skyline. After Swanson’s final year at Skyline in 2018, he opted to quit school, and baseball, altogether.

Aubrie Businger

It was just around that time Swanson started dating Businger, a Mills graduate and College of San Mateo softball standout on the verge of transferring to Oregon Tech. In the two years Swanson was out of school, and baseball, he’d frequently commute to Klamath Falls to watch Businger’s games. She eventually introduced Swanson to Oregon Tech softball coach Greg Stewart, who recommended he call the school’s new baseball coach, Jacob Garsez.

So, amid the pandemic last summer, Swanson found himself enrolling at Oregon Tech, ready to reestablish his baseball career as a power-hitting corner infielder.

“I had no doubt he could play here if he wanted to,” Keelean said. “When he said he was going to try out, I had every ounce of faith in him he was going to be able to play up here.”

So, when Keelean telephoned a few months later to ask Swanson if Oregon Tech was having a season, not only was the answer a resounding “yes,” but it just so happened Garsez was looking for a prototypical leadoff hitter/outfielder. Keelean — a left-handed hitter who recorded a career .316 batting average at Burlingame and a .435 on-base percentage his sophomore year at Skyline — certainly fit the bill.

“He’s always played baseball at a high level,” Swanson said. “And coming up here, I knew he’d be successful.”

Keelean enjoyed one of the most successful series of his life this past weekend as Oregon Tech split a four-game series with Corban University-Oregon. The Owls’ leadoff hitter reached base 13 times in the series, going 9 for 17 with three walks and a hit by pitch, adding three doubles, three runs, four RBIs and two steals.

“Right now, he does a tremendous job of swinging at quality pitches, and taking balls, and seeing the ball really well,” Garsez said. “He hits really well with two strikes and has a way of just earning his way on base.”

Heading into last weekend’s series, Keelean and Swanson were tied for eighth in the Cascade Collegiate Conference, each hitting .327, while Keelean’s .486 on-base percentage ranked second in the conference. They improved on all those numbers against Corban University.

“He’s been a great addition,” Garsez said. “He fits the program well, not just from a performance standpoint, but he’s been great to have.”

As for love on the diamond, Swanson and Businger recently celebrated their three-year anniversary.

And Oregon Tech must love having them there. Each has settled in as middle-of-the-order threats in the hearts of their respective batting orders. Swanson ranks second on the baseball team with six home runs. And Businger is batting .421 while ranking ninth in the nation among NAIA softball programs with eight home runs.

Keelean and Swanson — who have been friends since their youth league days with Burlingame Youth Baseball Association — have found a home in one another as well. Each have one more year of collegiate eligibility, and Keelean said they both intend to play at Oregon Tech in 2022.

“So far it’s been worth it,” Keelean said of the whirlwind journey. “I think this has been some of the most fun I’ve had playing in a long time.

“And I’m even happier I found a way back because of [Swanson],” Keelean said.

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Burlingame Youth Baseball Assoc A Nonprofit Pub Ben Corporation in Burlingame, California (CA)

Organizations performing similar types of workIdNameAddressStateEstablishedTotal Income1Westhills Baseball Inc7001 Valley Circle Blvd, West Hills, CA 91307CA1970-12$637,3772Tulare Baseball AssociationPO BOX 695, Tulare, CA 93275-0695CA1996-12$271,3563Vallejo Babe Ruth League IncPO BOX 793, Vallejo, CA 94590-0633CA1979-10$264,6354San Marcos Youth BaseballPO BOX 111, San Marcos, CA 92079-0111CA1996-03$235,7835San Mateo Youth Softball AssociationPO BOX 6255, San Mateo, CA 94403-6256CA1995-09$168,7656Simi Valley Girls SoftballPO BOX 1111, Simi Valley, CA 93062-1111CA1996-10$167,7017Valley Sports Foundation Inc2470 Stearns St 159, Simi Valley, CA 93063-2418CA1997-12$142,1578San Carlos Youth Softball Association IncPO BOX 603, San Carlos, CA 94070-0603CA1995-02$134,6069Vista Girls Softball IncPO BOX 2682, Vista, CA 92085-2682CA1983-06$125,05310Sierra Madre Athletic Association IncPO BOX 1055, Sierra Madre, CA 91025-4055CA1979-03$123,76311Walnut Valley Pony Baseball IncPO BOX 391, Walnut, CA 91788-0391CA1995-01$92,23512Little League Baseball Inc, 4052411 Magnolia Center LlPO BOX 2098, Riverside, CA 92516-2098CA1967-01$82,00013South San Jose SoftballPO BOX 23157, San Jose, CA 95153-3157CA1992-06$68,71214Little League Baseball Inc, Mission Bay Little LeagueP B Box 99454, San Diego, CA 92169CA1967-01$62,43615Little League Baseball Inc, 4052610 Del Norte LlPO BOX 986, Crescent City, CA 95531-0986CA1967-01$56,28016Sheldon Baseball Club8333 Kingsbridge Dr, Sacramento, CA 95829-6085CA1998-09$43,11817San Diego-Imperial Counties Kids Wrestling Association125 Date St, Chula Vista, CA 91911-6203CA1995-12$37,79718Southside Youth Baseball & Softball Association5248 S Carpenter Rd, Modesto, CA 95358-9613CA1991-12$28,21119San Carlos Colt-Pony Baseball Inc25 Belvedere Ave, San Carlos, CA 94070-4915CA1996-03$25,47520Napa Girls Softball League2070 Sevilledr, Napa, CA 94559CA1995-03$24,000
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Burlingame Youth Baseball Assoc A Nonprofit Pub Ben Corporation in Burlingame, California (CA)

Organizations performing similar types of workIdNameAddressStateEstablishedTotal Income1Westhills Burlingame youth baseball Inc7001 Valley Circle Blvd, West Hills, CA 91307CA1970-12$637,3772Tulare Baseball AssociationPO BOX 695, Tulare, CA 93275-0695CA1996-12$271,3563Vallejo Babe Ruth League IncPO BOX 793, Vallejo, CA 94590-0633CA1979-10$264,6354San Marcos Youth BaseballPO BOX 111, San Marcos, CA 92079-0111CA1996-03$235,7835San Mateo Youth Softball AssociationPO BOX 6255, San Mateo, CA 94403-6256CA1995-09$168,7656Simi Burlingame youth baseball Girls SoftballPO BOX 1111, Simi Valley, CA 93062-1111CA1996-10$167,7017Valley Sports Foundation Inc2470 Stearns St 159, Simi Valley, CA 93063-2418CA1997-12$142,1578San Carlos Youth Softball Association IncPO BOX 603, San Carlos, CA 94070-0603CA1995-02$134,6069Vista Girls Softball IncPO BOX 2682, Vista, CA 92085-2682CA1983-06$125,05310Sierra Madre Athletic Association IncPO BOX 1055, Sierra Madre, CA 91025-4055CA1979-03$123,76311Walnut Valley Pony Baseball IncPO BOX 391, Walnut, CA 91788-0391CA1995-01$92,23512Little League Baseball Inc, 4052411 Magnolia Center LlPO BOX 2098, Riverside, CA 92516-2098CA1967-01$82,00013South San Jose SoftballPO BOX 23157, San Jose, CA 95153-3157CA1992-06$68,71214Little League Baseball Inc, Mission Bay Little LeagueP B Box 99454, San Diego, CA 92169CA1967-01$62,43615Little League Baseball Inc, 4052610 Del Norte LlPO BOX 986, Crescent City, CA 95531-0986CA1967-01$56,28016Sheldon Baseball Club8333 Kingsbridge Dr, Sacramento, CA 95829-6085CA1998-09$43,11817San Diego-Imperial Counties Kids Wrestling Association125 Date St, Chula Vista, CA 91911-6203CA1995-12$37,79718Southside Youth Baseball & Softball Association5248 S Carpenter Rd, Modesto, CA 95358-9613CA1991-12$28,21119San Carlos Colt-Pony Baseball Inc25 Belvedere Ave, San Carlos, CA 94070-4915CA1996-03$25,47520Napa Girls Softball League2070 Sevilledr, burlingame youth baseball, Napa, CA 94559CA1995-03$24,000
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2022 BYBA Spring Season

BYBA Spring 2022 Registration is NOW OPEN. Registration fees increase on 12/1/21, and registration will close on 1/15/22 - so please sign up now, and remind your friends and neighbors to do the same, burlingame youth baseball.

If you need to sign up multiple players please add all players into a single "shopping cart" and check out only once. The multi-player discount *ONLY* applies if all your players are being checked out at the same time.

If you register as a volunteer to coach, you MUST ALSO complete a background check in our system - even if you've coached with BYBA in past seasons. We hope you will volunteer to coach; we are an all-volunteer league and we can use your help!

All BYBA players must have proof of age on file. If you are new to BYBA, please send proof of age (a JPG or PDF version of birth certificate or passport) to bybaregistrar@gmail.com after registering.

Please check our website (www.byba.us) for important updates.

PLEASE NOTE: If your are not a Burlingame resident, burlingame youth baseball, participation is not guaranteed. Non-resident registration will be reviewed by our Board and you will be notified as to whether your registration has been accepted. If you have questions or concerns please email our Registrar at bybaregistrar@gmail.com. Non-residents who are accepted will be assessed a non-resident fee. If your registration is not accepted your registration fee and non-resident fee will be refunded in full.


BYBA High School Fall Ball 2021

Registration is closed

Please note:

1. All Players must be students at Burlingame High School as of September 2021
2. The BYBA Fall Ball program is not affiliated with Burlingame High School.
Some members of the Fall Ball coaching staff will be from the BHS staff, however it’s not a part of the BHS sports program
3. Burlingame youth baseball encourages all students to play multiple sports in high school; it is a great experience and creates well-rounded student-athletes
4. School sports programs take priority over Fall Baseball. If your student-athlete plans on playing a fall sport at BHS we would recommend that he/she not play BYBA Fall Ball. There are too many conflicts, and we would not want a player to get hurt during Fall Ball. Your student-athlete's primary commitment should be to their BHS team.
5, burlingame youth baseball. Not playing Fall Ball will NOT hurt anyone’s chances of making the Freshman / JV / Varsity BHS baseball teams.
6, burlingame youth baseball. THE BYBA FALL BALL PROGRAM IS FOR EXPERIENCED, SEASONED BASEBALL PLAYERS CAPABLE OF PLAYING AT A HIGH LEVEL. IT IS NOT FIT FOR NEW OR INEXPERIENCED PLAYERS, burlingame youth baseball. IF YOU ARE UNSURE WHETHER YOUR STUDENT ATHLETE IS A FIT FOR THE PROGRAM OR NOT, PLEASE SPEAK WITH COACH SHAWN SCOTT BEFORE ENROLLING.

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It was love on the diamond that took Kaleb Keelean to Oregon Tech.

The junior leadoff hitter for the small NAIA program in Klamath Falls, Oregon had never traveled much. After graduating from Burlingame in 2016, he played college hills golf and games san angelo years at Skyline College before transferring to Cal State Burlingame youth baseball Bay burlingame youth baseball 2020.

Kaleb Keelean

Since Cal State East Bay canceled its 2020 season 20 games in, though, the NCAA Division II program in Hayward has yet to return to the diamond. And when it was announced late last year the entire 2021 season was being canceled, Keelean quickly started looking for other places to play, leading him to Oregon Tech to reunite with his old friends, Mitchel Swanson and Aubrie Businger.

“Me being 23 years old, I already red-shirted at Skyline my first year there … and I just wanted to play,” Keelean said. “Mitchel has been my best friend since I was like 8 years old, so I just called him and asked him: ‘Hey, are you guys having a season?’”

Mitchel Swanson

Swanson also landed at Oregon Tech after something of an odyssey. He and Keelean played together at Burlingame and Skyline. After Swanson’s final year at Skyline in 2018, burlingame youth baseball, he opted to quit school, and baseball, altogether.

Aubrie Businger

It was just around that time Swanson started dating Businger, a Mills graduate and College of San Mateo softball standout on the verge of transferring to Oregon Tech. In the camella homes fence design years Swanson was out of school, and baseball, he’d frequently commute to Klamath Falls to watch Businger’s games. She eventually introduced Swanson to Oregon Tech softball coach Greg Stewart, who recommended he call the school’s new baseball coach, Jacob Garsez.

So, amid the pandemic last summer, Swanson found himself enrolling at Oregon Tech, ready to reestablish his baseball career as a power-hitting corner infielder.

“I had no doubt he could play here if he wanted to,” Keelean said. “When he said he was going to try out, I had every ounce of faith in him he was going to be able to play up here.”

So, when Keelean telephoned a few months later to ask Swanson if Oregon Tech was having a season, not only was the answer a resounding “yes,” but it just so happened Garsez was looking for a prototypical leadoff hitter/outfielder. Keelean — a left-handed hitter who recorded a career .316 batting average at Burlingame and a .435 on-base percentage his sophomore year at Skyline — certainly fit the bill.

“He’s always played baseball at a high level,” Swanson said. “And coming up here, I knew he’d be successful.”

Keelean enjoyed one of the most successful series of his life this past weekend as Oregon Tech split a four-game series with Corban University-Oregon. The Owls’ leadoff hitter reached base 13 times in the series, going 9 for 17 with three walks and a hit by pitch, adding three doubles, three runs, four RBIs and two steals.

“Right now, he does a tremendous job of swinging at quality pitches, and taking balls, and seeing the ball really well,” Garsez said. “He hits really well with two strikes and has a way of just earning his way on base.”

Heading into last weekend’s series, Keelean and Swanson were tied for eighth in the Cascade Collegiate Conference, each hitting .327, while Keelean’s .486 on-base percentage ranked second in the conference. They improved on all those numbers against Corban University.

“He’s been a great addition,” Garsez said. “He fits the program well, not just from a performance standpoint, but he’s been great to have.”

As for love on the diamond, Swanson and Businger recently celebrated their three-year anniversary.

And Oregon Tech must love having them there. Each has settled in as middle-of-the-order threats in the hearts of their respective batting orders. Swanson ranks second on the baseball team with six home runs. And Businger is batting .421 while ranking ninth in the nation among NAIA softball programs with eight home runs.

Keelean and Swanson — who have been friends since their youth league days with Burlingame Youth Baseball Association — have found a home in one another as well, burlingame youth baseball. Each have one more year of collegiate eligibility, and Keelean said they both intend to play at Oregon Tech in 2022.

“So far it’s been worth it,” Keelean said of the whirlwind journey, burlingame youth baseball. “I think this has been some of the most fun I’ve had playing in a long time.

“And I’m even happier I found a way back because of [Swanson],” Keelean said.

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Umpire Registration for Spring 2022

BYBA is now collecting interest in our 2022 Youth Umpire program.

BYBA players entering their 2nd year of Mudville or older are eligible; pending completion of burlingame youth baseball training program. New and returning umpires must log onto BYBA.us/umpires to register.  When the form is completed, burlingame youth baseball, make sure to click the “send” button to submit your registration.

Umpire training classes will be announced within the next few weeks!


2022 Spring Registration Now Open!

 

BYBA Spring 2022 Registration is now open!

To get your early bird rate, register now! After 12/1/2021, fees will increase by 25%. Registration will close on 1/15/2022. For more details see the Registration page.


BYBA High School Fall Speed & Agility Program – Sign Ups

BYBA is offering fall baseball / burlingame youth baseball and agility program to all high school baseball players, including incoming 2021 burlingame youth baseball Please register ASAP.

 

There will be weekday workouts on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4pm to 6:15pm. The baseball portion of the workouts will be from 4 to 5:30. The speed and agility portion of the workout will be from 5:30pm to 6:15pm.

Games will be on Saturdays and Sundays. The speed and agility portion of the workouts will be run by the trainers from H3 Elite Sports. The speed and agility workouts will consist of working on explosive first steps, stride control, running form and core strength. The baseball portion of the workouts will consist of fielding fundamentals at all positions. Foot work around the bases, reading ball flight in the outfield, cut off and relays, as well as base running, reading and reacting to balls in the dirt, and defensive communications.  Pitchers will throw bullpens and work on pitch location and consistent pitching mechanics.

First official workout is September 15th. The fall season will go till November 21st.

The schedule will be posted once sign ups are completed.
Thank you,

BYBA and H3 Elite Sports


Burlingame 12U Wins Burlingame Tourney!


BYBA High School – Sign Ups

BYBA SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMRULES FOR ELIGIBLE PLAYERS:

  • MUST BE IN HIGH SCHOOL!
  • A non-resident outside of Burlingame and Hillsborough are welcome to play!
  • MUST BE U16-U19

BYBA SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMRULES / TEAM DETAILS:

 

  • Registration is via BYBA web (see attached path for registration instructions). All players must register and pay fees prior to playing.  Players must provide the coach with a copy of their birth certificate and BYBA medical release form.
  • Players will receive a hat, jersey, and socks. Pants color will be determined by the coach.
  • Registration fees also pays for insurance, equipment, balls, field & light fees, league fees, burlingame youth baseball, and umpires.

 

Email coach Shawn Scott @ ssjr44@gmail.com for registration passcode.

You cannot register without passcode. 

 

 Register below:

 

https://burlingameyba.sportssignup.com/site/


Maverick Jacks Fundraiser


Cooperstown Clinic!

Learn baseball skills from the 2021 BYBA Cooperstown Teams!

Hitting – Pitching – Fielding – Catching

$60 Per Player 

Lunch and Snack Provided 

Bayside Park Fields #2 and #3

Sunday, April 18th

Register Below:

9:00am – 12:30pm Rookie & Sandlot Players

1:00pm – 4:30pm Mudville & Reyna Players

Download Flyer:

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Baseball is on! Sign ups close 1/29. Season starts 2/22.

As we move closer to the start of the 2021 Spring Season, we are very excited to get our kids safely back out on the diamond. Currently, burlingame youth baseball, we expect practices to begin on schedule the week of February 22nd. At this time, we are going to move our athletes off the waiting list, and ask you all to finalize registration payment (you should receive an email tonight asking you to complete registration, if your child is on the waitlist). If you are not already on the waiting list, you can register via https://byba.us/registration/

Registration will close on January 29th.

Reminder: finish the registration or sign up now, and remind your friends and neighbors to do the same!


Spring 2021 Registration Reminder

As a reminder, signups for the BYBA Spring 2021 season are open now! Details about the signup process are online here: 

https://byba.us/registration/. 

Rest assured that the Board’s top priority is to provide our youth with the most “real baseball” activity allowed by health guidelines.

We recently completed a small trial fall-ball program for some older kids, burlingame youth baseball, which included new COVID-19 safety guidelines and protocols executed by players, coaches, and families. The program successfully provided players an opportunity to get back on the field in a safe manner for the first time since March. The program also enabled us to implement, test and refine our COVID-19 protocols and guidelines to put us in a solid, well-prepared position for the spring.  Thank you to the volunteer coaches, the players, and the families whose commitment to the safety protocols and open communication to help keep our community safe. We look forward to that same level of strong support in disney presidents day soccer tournament 2018 spring.

We are not charging for registration at this time, as we expect to collect fees closer to the season start date (slated for mid-February).  Fees will be consistent with, but probably discounted from last years fees (depending on decisions regarding uniforms and umpires).  If we are not able to execute on various aspects of our season due to public health restrictions, we will adjust our fees accordingly. Financial aid is available for those families in our community experiencing hardship.

Thank you for being a part of BYBA and for your continued support of the league! Reminder: sign up now, and remind your friends and neighbors to do the same!


Spring 2021 Registration

BYBA Spring 2021 Registration is NOW OPEN.

With the ongoing pandemic coupled with its many uncertainties, we will open registration in the form of a waitlist enabling all interested to secure a roster spot. This format will allow us to collect player interest without collecting fees while we work with the City of Burlingame and County of San Mateo to determine the appropriate guidelines and protocols to have a safe and enjoyable 2021 Spring season.

As a reminder to all parents of 2020 2nd year Sauer players, your player has been granted a 3rd year of eligibility due to the lost 2020 Spring season.

Please register here. All returning BYBA player families can use their existing SIPlay Account; new families will need to create an SIPlay login (only one login is required per family). For any registration issues, burlingame youth baseball contact bybaregistrar@gmail.com. For any other inquiries, please contact admin@byba.us.

2021 Registration Fees:
Registration fees for the Spring will be determined and communicated once we have a clearer understanding of the impact of COVID and how it may impact the 2021 season. To this point, we keenly understand that COVID has had a range of financial impacts on our community. It is our mission that every player be afforded the opportunity to play.

REGISTER NOW https://burlingameyba.sportssignup.com/

We look forward to returning to the diamond next Spring!

The following are the 2021 age cutoffs:
Rookie: Birthdate 9/1/2014 to 8/31/2016
Sandlot: Birthdate 9/1/2012 to 8/31/2014
Mudville: Birthdates from 9/1/2010 to 8/31/2012
Carl Reyna: Birthdates from 9/1/2008 to 8/31/2010
Hank Sauer Jr.: Birthdate from 9/1/2005* to 8/31/2008
*3rd year eligibility for returning players only


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