The Registration "Spring 2020 Player & Coach Registration" is not currently available.
Waitlist only available for late registration. Email the Board to inquire: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have you registered your Son or Daughter for Corinth Area Baseball? If so, this is what comes next:
1. If your child is 7U - 18U AND they are NOT on a Coaches' protected list then they will need to show up for their Skills Evaluation/Draft on February 8th at DBAT Denton. If your child is unable to attend the Draft-that's ok! If they are not present then they will be randomly placed on a team.
The Draft Day Schedule can be viewed here: TBA
2. Practices start week of February 17th. Teams will not know their specific practice times until Coaches select them on February 8th at the Draft.
3. You should be contacted by your Child's Coach by February 13th via email or phone. If not, please inform CAB and we will assist.
4. Spring Season games will start March 7th. There will be no games March 14th for Spring Break.
-How do I know if my child is on a protected roster? Did your child play last season? If so, please contact the Head or Asst. Coach from that team and ask he/she if they are coaching again this season and if so, did they include your child on their protected roster list? If so, then there is no need to attend the Draft. If not, then you will need to attend.
-I signed up to Volunteer as a Team Mom or Asst. Coach, what do I need to do now? Please visit the "Apply to Coach" under the complete Step 3 for the Volunteer Background Check. You must complete this online check before interacting with the team or stepping on the field. This background check is good for one year.
-When will I know what team my child has been placed on? Coaches will know their rosters by February 10th. They will be given your contact info so they can reach out to you. You are also able to look online at each team page roster as to find where your child has been placed. Please allow 2-3 days for coaches to contact you and for rosters to be updated online.
-What if we cannot attend the February 8th Draft Day? No problem! If your child is unable to attend the Draft-that's ok! If they are not present then they will be randomly placed on a team.
-When will my Child have practices and games? Specific practice times are set by team Coaches and will not be set until February 8th. Practices are set to start the following week. Game schedules will be announced after the Draft.
-What do I need to purchase for my child to practice/play? Each child should come to practice with proper baseball attire that will allow him/her to excel at their practices. Also, please make sure your Child has a water bottle. If you are unable to provide a batting helmet or bat for your child, please discuss with your Head Coach. Baseball game jerseys and baseball caps are included in your registration cost. These will be passed out by your Head Coach at before games begin.
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CAB recreational baseball age divisions are based on USSSA age guidelines. A player's age as of May 1, 2020, is the age division that a player is eligible to play in the Fall 2019/2020 season.
Please use this link to calculate your child's eligible age group for the Season 2020 (8/1/2019-7/31/2020) season:
|BLASTBALL||Competition Ages 3-4|
|5U T-BALL||Competition Age 5|
|6U T-BALL||Competition Age 6|
|7U COACH PITCH||Competition Age 7|
|8U COACH PITCH||Competition Age 8|
|9U||Competition Age 9|
|10U||Competition Age 10|
|11U||Competition Age 11|
|12U||Competition Age 12|
|13U||Competition Age 13|
|14U||Competition Age 14|
|15U||Competition Age 15|
|16U||Competition Age 16|
For those age divisions that do not have enough participants to maintain "age pure" league play, that age division could be combined with another age division, such as 13U/14U. Players in any age division are eligible to register for an older age division, one year older. If a player wants to play in an age division two years older, their parents must submit a completed Play-Up Request Form.
In the Fall seasons, it is common to combine 5&6U, 7&8U, 9&10U, 11&12U, 13&14U and 15-18U. In the Spring seasons, it is common to combine 9&10U, 11&12U, 13&14U and 15-18U.
Players are NOT allowed to play in a younger age division, unless the player has a documented physical or mental disability. Parents of players needing to play in a younger age division will be required to complete an Age Waiver Request form.