• The Number of years a Kid gets to play this game is limited, lets do our best to make them enjoyable
  • You don't always need the best players, you need the players that will give you their best.
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Divisions

TeeBall  $45

Ages 3-4 (Must be 3 years old by May 1st 2017)

T-Ball for beginning players, boys and girls, using a soft foam ball hitting off of a Tee. All players hit and field with no outs. Intended to teach the game to very young players. Players hit off a Tee. 

10-12 games

All players receive Hat, jersey, pictures and participation trophy)

Games are played on weeknights 2x a week. (Tuesday & Thursday)

ROOKIE $55

Ages 5-6 (Must be 5 years old by May 1st 2017)

Rookie for beginning players, boys and girls, using a soft foam ball hitting from a small pitching machine. All players hit and field but outs are recorded. Intended to teach the game to advancing young players. 10-12 games plus tournament

All players receive Hat, jersey, pictures and participation trophy)

Games are played on weeknights 2x a week. (Monday & Wednesday)

Rookie Continental $90

After two years of Rookie, your player will be ready for Rookie Continental. This age is introduced to the baseball diamond, individual positions, pitching machine, and more. Games are played with real baseballs. PLEASE NOTE THIS DIVISION IS FOR 1ST GRADERS. Your Player Must be 6 by May 1st 2017 to play in this division. There are NO exceptions to this rule

Games are played Monday-Saturday

PeeWee $120

7-8 Year olds (Must be 8 or younger on April 30, 2017) 16 games, half machine / half player pitch. Tournament at end of season with All-Star teams selected by parents. Must us 2 1/4" Barrel Bats.

All players receive a full Herriman Baseball uniform that includes Hat, jersey, pants, socks & belt)

Games are played Monday-Saturday

MINOR $135

9-10 Year Olds (must be 10 or younger on April 30, 2017) 16 Games, Player Pitch, Tournament at end of season with All-star teams selected by parents. Must us 2 1/4" Barrel Bats.

All players receive a full uniform that includes Hat, jersey, pants, socks & belt)

Games are played Monday-Saturday

MAJOR $145

11-12 year olds (Must be 12 or younger on April 30, 2017) 16 games, player pitch. Tournament at end of season with All-star teams selected by parents. Must use 2 1/4" bat - No Big Barrels.

All players receive a full uniform that includes fitted, Hat, jersey, pants, socks & belt)

Games are played Monday-Saturday

 

PONY Prep 13 $165

13 Year old division (Must be 13 by May 1 2017)  

This division is set up for the 1st year Pony player moving up from the Little league field. teams will play on a full size field 60'6" mound 90' bases . Metal cleats allowed. 2-5/8 -10 alloy bats are allowed. 16 games plus tournament. Teams will play Herriman & other surrounding cities Pony Prep teams

All players receive a full uniform that includes fitted, Hat, jersey, pants, socks & belt. 1st & 2nd place receive trophies)

Games are played Monday-Saturday

Babe Ruth PONY 14-15 $165

14-15 Year Old (Must be 15 by May 1 2017) 

This division is set up for older Pony players getting ready to move onto High School ball. Teams will play on a full size field 60'6" mound 90' bases . Metal cleats allowed. 2-5/8 -10 alloy bats are allowed. 16 games plus tournament. Teams will play Herriman & other surrounding cities Pony Prep teams

All players receive a full uniform that includes fitted, Hat, jersey, pants, socks & belt. 1st & 2nd place receive trophies)

Games are played Monday-Saturday

Babe Ruth Pony 16-18 (COLT) $165

16-18 year old  (Must be 18 by May 1 2017) 

This division is set up for older High School age players not playing High School ball. Teams will play by High school rules. Metal cleats allowed. 2-5/8 ONLY -3 BBCOR OR WOOD bats are allowed. 14-16 games plus tournament. Teams will play Herriman & other surrounding cities Colt teams

All players receive a full uniform that includes fitted, Hat, jersey, pants, socks & belt. 1st & 2nd place receive trophies)

Games are played Tuesday-Saturday

 

 

 

Registration Closes March 5th

Please don't hesitate to register your player for the Upcoming Spring Baseball season. With the alignment to Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth, registration will be closing two weeks earlier than normal. Many people wait until the last day, but this year that day is March 5th. Don't hesitate and miss the baseball season!

Registration is Now OPEN!!

January 27, 2017

The Spring 2017 Herriman Baseball Season Registration is now open. 
Please don't wait to register, we are going to be closing registration early this year with the change to Cal Ripken and the need to aign ourselves with that schedule. 

Board Member Position Open

January 22, 2017

If you are interested in joining the Herriman Youth Baseball Board as a volunteer please fill out the volunteer form at the top of the page or click here

Many years ago, city leagues were unresponsive to the desires of advanced players to form teams and stay together, year after year, to become great. In response to this need, private leagues popped up that allowed for the creation of teams who were not only allowed, but encouraged, to stay together and become great. In fact, they were so focused on providing the most competitive experience that they initially limited their team enrollment to a very few of the best teams. They turned many teams away that were not quite where they needed to be to help the other teams get better. The level of competition was UNBELIEVABLE!

Fast forward 10-15 years. The private league moved its focus from providing the highest level of competition to making money. Several divisions of "Super League" teams were formed in every age group. The cost of the league climbed to over $2000 per team per season. To keep some teams in the League, the private league has even allowed younger teams to play up into older divisions. This was unheard of as recently as last year. When the older teams see the divisions released, they became frustrated that they have to play younger teams.

Further, the desire to make money drove the League to use fields without lights that require 9 year old kids to check out of school twice a week to play youth baseball games on fields that were often not prepared with umpires that were late because the start time was 4:00 PM.

Now to today. After much hard work, and a one year pilot program in the Riverton Youth Baseball League, an alternative has been formed Where "city league" used to be a four letter word for those seeking to play highly competitive baseball, it is now again becoming a great option.

Here is how it is laid out:

The Cal Ripken city leagues of Lone Peak, Saratoga Springs, South Jordan, Herriman, Riverton, and Copper Hills have unified to provide a Southern California patterned Travel Ball experience for advanced baseball players from the south end of the Salt Lake Valley and Utah County. A total of 9 teams from all of those leagues combined will sign up at their home field in one year increments (8u, 9U, 10u, 11u, 12u etc). The home team is determined by what town at least 50% of the team's roster lives. Each team will play the other 8 teams in each age group one time at their home field and then travel to the other team's home field for the other game. Basically, a high school home and away format. Finish awards will be given to the winner of the end of the year tournament for each age group. No awards will be given for league play. We want to focus league play on development of competitive players, not make each game a do-or-die.

What about the kids in the middle (National League) - the kid who may currently be a bit more skilled than the rec ball kid, but maybe does not want to make baseball his whole life like the super league-type of kid? We have the state ran National in-tact league for that. In this league, locals from Hunter/Cyprus, Granger, Murray, Meuler Park, Central City, Brighton, South East Valley, Rose Park, Crown Colony, Lone Peak, Saratoga Springs, Copper Hills, Herriman, and Riverton allow teams to sign up that are pre-formed and allows them to play together all season long and provides an all-star experience for them at the end. These teams are based on 100% kids that live in the boundary of the league where they play. There will be an additional fee to play in this league and will require travel to other cities.

What about the rec ball kids (American League) - Herriman Youth Baseball will ALWAYS provide a quality league for the rec ball kid. In fact, they are the lion share of all registration in our league. We will not turn away one kid that wants to sign up. This league is the traditional draft process with league championship award given at the end. There are all-stars and all the bells and whistles that we all remember from our youth. The rec program will always be the point of emphasis to get kids to learn, develop, and learn to love the game of baseball.

Herriman Baseball’s decision to join in the Cal Ripken format was based on many factors but the ultimate goal is to provide a competitive, fun, and rewarding youth sports program. We feel that joining in with the program that Riverton has spearheaded will provide this goal. The WBA league Herriman was part of has been disbanded and our partner, Bingham, is joining us in this decision.

Many of you are going to have many questions and we will do our very best to answer those questions. We will put as much information on our website, herrimanbaseball.com, and we will be holding in person parent meetings, dates TBD, at the Herriman City Hall building.
The biggest change that could be seen as a negative is everyone needs to understand is that this change will affect the bat restrictions. No bats larger than 2 ¼ will be allowed in the Rec/city and crossover leagues.
The biggest change for the positive will be the true all star tournament that the Herriman players will have the opportunity to play and the amount of cities/competition we will be able to see.

We would like to thank Dr. David Gatti, Riverton Baseball President for his contribution to this document. Most of the information contained here came from his post on Facebook and he has graciously given us authorization to use this information.

If you have questions or would like to discuss any of the details further we are happy to answer as best we can.

Sincerely,

 

Herriman Baseball Board

Upcoming Events

Saturday, Mar 4
On Site Registration9:00amHerriman Main Street
Sunday, Mar 5
Spring Registration Closes!
Monday, Mar 13
Spring TrainingW&M Butterfield Park
Tuesday, Mar 14
Spring TrainingW&M Butterfield Park
Monday, Mar 20
TryoutsW&M Butterfield Park
Tuesday, Mar 21
TryoutsW&M Butterfield Park
Wednesday, Mar 22
TryoutsW&M Butterfield Park

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