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Baseball for Everyone
Herriman Baseball Believes in the development of all kids and players. We have a place for all levels of players in our league. The purpose of the Herriman Youth Baseball league is to help kids learn to love the game of baseball by teaching the fundamentals of the game but at the same time offering all level of play depending on the skill level of each child.
TeeBall & Rookie – This is the beginning point for the youngest kids, (TeeBall 3-4, Rookie 5-6 years old). Played with a foam core baseball and hitting from a tee or coach pitch. All kids get the opportunity to hit, field, and score. Hopefully making the experience fun and exciting for both the kids and the parents.
PeeWee Continental – This division is the transition between the beginning phases and the kid pitch divisions for the older children. This is the first opportunity to have true competition with real baseballs and field but still utilizing a pitching machine. The emphasis in this division is on developing key skills in the game of baseball.
PeeWee8 to Majors – Kids are split into two divisions, National and American. The National division is for players that are either not as skilled or refined in their athletic ability or are starting to learn the game a little later than others. The National division is very fun, competitive, and rewarding for all players, coaches, and parents. It gives some kids an opportunity to play positions that may not be available in other leagues or divisions.
Pony and Colt – These divisions are intended to keep kids playing into the Junior High and High School grades. There are no separate divisions offered for these two programs. Skill development, competition, and tournament play are available in these Divisions.
Super League – The Herriman Baseball Super League program is designed for the highest level of play. Competing and playing in tournaments above and beyond those offered through the regular Rec league program.
"Sportsmanship" is defined in this way:
Someone who plays fair, sticks to the rules and accepts defeat without any rancor or bitterness. On the field, a good sport plays hard and tries his or her absolute best to win within the scope of the rules. A good sport doesn't complain to the officials, doesn't "trash talk" and helps an opponent who falls down get back to his or her feet.
When all is said and done, this person has no regrets. The athlete put forth his or her best effort and played fairly, earning the admiration and respect of teammates, coaches, officials and opposing players. Despite being a true competitor, this person is willing to openly congratulate opponents and accept even the most bitter of outcomes, because he or she knows that there was nothing more that could have been done within rules of the game to change the end result."
Cal Ripken, Jr.
Spring 2016 Registration
February 1, 2016
Spring 2016 Online Registration Opens February 1, 2016.