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Fall registration now open

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL IS NOW CLOSED.If you wish to be placed on the waiting list please complete the registration form, click submit registration, but do not submit payment.

Registration for Instructional through Senior levels is now open. Junior/Senior returning players are those who played the spring/summer season and do not require a uniform. Junior new players are those coming up from the Intermediate Division or who did not participate in the spring/summer season and require a uniform.

Instructional program will be Sundays from September 7th through the end of October, 12:00-2:00 PM at Miller Richardson Fields.

Minors program will be 10:00am Saturday morning games at home and on the road with weeknight games also. Weeknight practices at least 2 times a week.

Intermediate will be Saturday morning 5 inning double headers with weeknight 7 inning games also. Weeknight practices at least 2 times a week.

Please click the link to the right or use online forms tab on left.

CYBA is now 100% online payment processing. All payments must be submitted online at time of checkout to complete registration. If another payment option is required, please submit a request through the contact form on the site or contact a board member.

Congratulations to 13u Team

The CYBA 13 year old team started their season 31 games ago back in April. This is their first adjustment to the 90' diamond which took them a few games to get used to, starting the spring season 2-7. They adapted well and closed out the spring season on a 5-0 run to finish at .500 with a 7-7 record. Their summer season they continued their growth completing a 9-4-1 regular season record earning a second place seed in the summer tournament. After advancing against Tri-Town 15-5, they earned a spot in the championship game by way of a 7-0 forfeit win by Plainville. The championship game vs West Hartford ended with a 12-1 loss, but an overall 18-12-1 record was a fantastic season for the boys. Congratulations to all on a great season.

Team Members: Front Row, Chris Prior, Nick Martin, Will Kuzenka, Tristan Kandolin, Nick Labrec.

Back Row, Assistant Coach Brian Jeroszko, John Jeroszko, Nolan Covell, John Paul Roy, Dylan Lawrynowicz, Trevor Moulton, Assistant Coach Andy Kandolin.

Missing from Photo, Assistant Coach Derek Moulton, Manager Eric Jeroszko, Jordan Jeroszko, Robert Williams.

Minors championship series

Congratulations to the Nationals for advancing with a 7-5 win in a well played game by both the Mariners and Nationals. Both teams played outstanding defense throughout the game. The Mariners threatened with a 1 out bases loaded rally in the top of the sixth, but the Nationals held strong with a 2 strikeout performance by Gavin Covell in the closer spot.

The Brewers and Rockies also played a very tight game, with the Brewers advancing with a 3-2 victory.

The 2014 Minor League Championship Game was a well played game by both the Brewers and Nationals. The Nationals raced out to a 8-1 lead after 2 innings, but the Brewers roared back closing the gap to 8-6. The Brewers held the Nationals in check with 2 great defensive double plays, but the 1-9 batting order of the Nationals with everyone contributing gave them a 15-9 win to capture the 2014 Minors Championship.

 

Team Members: Back Row-Manager Kevin Covell, Coach John Prior, AJ Rooks, Jakeb Deluca, Justin Foran, Alex Simko, Zach Rychling, Nate Cordner, Coach Steve Simko, Coach Callie Cordner. Front Row-Dylan Dzat, Gavin Covell, Amy Prior, Matt Nunez. Missing from photo Alex Sarles.

 

 Coach Kevin receiving his thank you from our team sponsor, Matt Cordner and Andover Landscaping.

Rays Intermediate champions

The Rays fought a hard semi final series taking on the first place Indians winning the series 2-1.

They moved on to the championship round sweeping the Rangers and taking the 2014 Intermediate Championship

The team had solid performances by its pitching staff and the bats came alive at the end of the season.

Congrats to the Rays on a great season and never giving up !

Field Initiative Sponsors

Thank You to all of our Field Initiative Sponsors.

Many new and exciting improvements are underway at Miller Richardson including new dugout roofs on NL1 and Intermediate fields, a new permanent fence for the 70' diamond, complete rework of NL1, refurbishing of bathrooms, and many other projects.

Our sponsors for these projects are Andover Landscaping, Highland Park Market, MAC Electric, Primary Residential Mortgage, Rob B's Plumbing, Bob Miclette, Jeff Shorts & United Abrasives.

These projects have been made possible by the financial support of our sponsors and the generous labor donations from our volunteers this Spring. Thank you to each and every one of you.

 

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.





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