Last Updated: January 26, 2015
CYBA Adopts Volunteer Opt-Out Policy
Beginning with the 2015 season, the Board of Directors has adopted a volunteer opt-out policy.
CYBA is a volunteer organization that needs the support of the community (especially parents) to operate and provide a great atmosphere for their kids to enjoy baseball. During the registration process, parents are asked if they would be willing to volunteer some of their time in support of CYBA. Adult volunteers are needed and expected to volunteer during the course of a season in any of the areas to include field clean up day, Snack Shack staffing, daily field maintenance, fundraising, or many other areas were we need your help and support. With the new policy structure, at time of registration an additional $50 fee per family will be assessed. This will remove families that do not wish to participate from the responsibility of volunteering their time.
For families that choose to volunteer their time in support of the league, by completing 3 hours of volunteer service, a refund of the fee will be processed by the league treasurer. Team managers will be provided a time sheet that will be completed for each family to record time volunteered. The full 3 hours must be completed to obtain the refund, as no partial reimbursements will be issued.
Volunteer Application/Medical release
The VA and medical release form for 2015 are available under the forms and documents tab. Any player attending winter workouts or coaches running the program must have these completed or will not be allowed to participate.
Registration Rescheduled to January 31st due to facility closing
With the impending weather, all activities at Coventry Facilities have been cancelled. CYBA will conduct walk in registration from 9-1 in the High School Gym Lobby on the 31st. We will try to obtain another date for in person registration.
Online registration will begin on January 25th.
Little League Bat Rules
Please click here for information on Little League bat regulations. This link will provide guidelines for permitted bats in the various divisions along with a link to the Little League approved bat list.
IMPORTANT: Intermediate level regulations prohibit the use of ANY BPF 1.15 composite barrel bat. Composite barrel bats MUST BE BBCOR certified (drop 3) with a maximum barrel diameter of 2 5/8 for use in the intermediate level.