Thomas Jefferson Youth Baseball (TJYBB) is a volunteer organization dedicated to excellence in providing a quality program for the youth community. TJYBB is committed to providing coaches and parents with skills and resources needed to teach youth baseball. TJYBB strives to instill the children of this community the ideas of good sportsmanship, honestly, loyalty and a sense of teamwork. It helps teach the kids to focus on the enjoyment, learning and playing our nationís greatest pastime.
TJ Youth Baseball is broken into 6 leagues.
|League||Spring Ages/Grade||Fall Ages/Grade|
|T-Ball||5/6 YO (Pre & K)||4/5 YO (Pre & K)|
|Mustangs||7/8 YO (G1 & 2)||6/7 YO (G1 & 2)|
|Minors||9/10 YO (G3 & 4)||8/9 YO (G3 & 4)|
|Majors||11/12 YO (G5 & 6)||10/11 YO (G5 & 6)|
|Pony||13/14 YO (G7 & 8)||12/13 YO (G7 & 8)|
|Colts||15/16 YO (G9 & 10)||14/15 YO (G9 & 10)|
League is determined by the player's age as of April 30th.
Your child must be 5 years old by 4/30 in order to play T-ball in the spring or 4 years old by 4/30 to play in the fall.
Those under 5 years of age or over 16 years of age cannot register.
Both Boys and Girls can signup for T-ball or Baseball.
Players shall play in a league appropriate for their age group and in accordance with the Little League Baseball cutoff date of April 30th. Players interested in participating in a league higher than determined by the LLB cutoff date (playing up),
must play in an age consistent with the grade of the players in the league the child wishes to join.
If your child is not in the higher school grade he/she cannot play up and your select above will be replaced with the correct league.
Only 6yr in G1 or 8yr in G3 or 10yr in G5 or 12yr in G7 or 14yr in G9 can play up with their classmates in the next higher league.
Only 6yr, 8yr, 10yr,or 12yr olds can be on the call up list for the next higher league.
During registration you can tag your child as being available for being a Call Up.
Note: Baseball pants is the responsibility of player. Each player receives a shirt and hat. Socks are provided in the spring.
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