Cal Ripken Baseball

Forms and Documents


PBGYAA Related:

Coaching Certifications:

Concussion Awareness:

Concussions 101, a Primer for Kids and Parents

Manager Documents:

Guidelines

PBGYAA Baseball Travel Policy Guidelines


Rules for all divisions of our baseball program are subject to change. New rules will be posted after approval of the board.

Spring Rules

T-Ball League Rules (Spring)
Rookie League Rules (Spring)
Minor League Rules (Spring)
Major League Rules (Spring)
Senior League Rules (Spring)

Fall Rules

T-Ball League Rules (Fall)
Rookie League Rules (Fall)
Minor League Rules (Fall)
Major League Rules (Fall)
Senior League Rules (Fall)

From Babe Ruth / Cal Ripken League (as of June, 2015):

APPROVED BATS FOR 2017:

To follow up our previous correspondence and information posted on the Babe Ruth League website, the following details on all baseball bats approved by Babe Ruth League, Inc. for 2015 local league and tournament play. Such descriptions are included as part of the 2015 Babe Ruth League Rules and Regulations.

INFORMATION ON NEW BAT STANDARD FOR 2018

The Cal Ripken Division of Babe Ruth League, Inc. have approved the use of the 2 5/8 inch barrel bats for local league play and tournament play beginning in January 2018 and coinciding with the new USA Bat standard. The bat must have the USA Baseball Stamp

CAL RIPKEN BASEBALL DIVISION

The bat may not exceed 33″in length, and the bat barrel may not exceed 2¼” in diameter. Only 2¼” barrel non-wood bats marked BPF 1.15 will be allowed. Wood 2 ¼” barrel bats are allowed.

13-15 BASEBALL DIVISION

The bat may not exceed 34″ in length, and the bat barrel may not exceed 2 5/8″ in diameter. All aluminum/alloy barrel bats and all composite handle (only) aluminum/alloy barrels are allowed. Only composite barrel bats certified and marked BBCOR .50 will be allowed. Wood barrel bats conforming to the specifications of Official Baseball Rule 1.10 are allowed.

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