Last Updated: August 9, 2015
Fall Baseball & Softball 2015
MBA Fall Ball registration is OPEN! In addition to our traditional Baseball and Softball Divisions listed below, we have received interest and inquiries about Fall Ball programs for two additional Baseball age groups: Instructional Baseball (League age 6 for next Spring as of 5/1/16) and Senior Baseball (League Ages 16-18 for next Spring as of 5/1/16). The exploratory registrations for Instructional Baseball and Senior Baseball don’t require payment at the time of registration -- If there is sufficient interest/registrations from players and coaches for this Fall we will go forward and collect payment at that time. Instructional Baseball will be similar to our Spring program for 6 year-olds, and Senior Baseball will be a local league similar to our Fall 13-15 program.
MBA Fall Ball registration is open for boys’ baseball ages 7-15 (based on league age for next Spring as of 5/1/2016; those who were 6-14 for the Spring 2015 season), and girls’ softball ages 6-16 (based on league age for next Spring as of 1/1/2016; those who were 5-15 for the Spring 2015 season). MBA players are encouraged to participate; registration is open to all. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis through August 15, 2015. Fall Ball registration is only available through MBA's online registration website:
The cost is only $55 per player if registered by July 31; $65 per player after July 31.
MBA Fall Ball Boys Baseball Divisions (all ages are based on league age as of 5/1/2016):
·Rookie Baseball (machine pitch), ages 7-8
·Minor Baseball (kid pitch), ages 9-10
·Major Baseball (games will be primarily on 50/70 fields with some games on 46/60 fields), ages 11-12
·Junior Baseball (all 60/90 fields), ages 13-15
MBA Fall Ball Girls Softball Divisions (all ages are based on league age as of 1/1/2016):
·Rookie Softball (coach and/or machine pitch), ages 6-8
·Minor Softball, ages 9-10
·Major Softball, ages 11-12
·Senior Softball, ages 13-16
Fall Ball is a great opportunity to extend the baseball/softball season from late August through October. The games are instructional (like the Spring rec season) and also involve some short distance travel to play against fall ball teams from other leagues. Boys’ baseball games will be primarily scheduled for Friday evenings and Saturday afternoons. Game times for the girls’ divisions are to be determined.
If you have any questions please contact Stephen Levine, Fall Ball Commissioner.
Methacton Baseball Association
Online Registration System
If you need access to the MBA Online Registration system, please visit the web site here. If you have any changes to your contact info (email, cell phone, address) or your emergency contacts, please log in and make the updates.
Alternate registration is available by contacting the Player Agent, George Baker, by email email@example.com or by phone at 610-454-7864
SPONSOR A TEAM FOR 2015
Methacton Baseball Association is currently looking for team sponsors. The initial cost to sponsor a team is $200 for the spring season and $300 for both spring and fall. The sponsorship entitles you to the following:
If you would be interested in becoming a team sponsor, please fill out the bottom portion of the sponsorship form linked below, and return it with a check, made payable to Methacton Baseball Association as soon as possible.
MBA Coaches' Toolkit
Starting with the 2009 season, Cal Ripken/Babe Ruth requires that all coaches be certified. The MBA board requires all team managers, and recommends all assistant coaches, complete the certification for regular season and post season. This is a life-long certification for $19.00 that will significantly increase your managing skills and expertise. The class is online and takes between 1 - 2 hours to complete. For more information, go to Babe Ruth Coaching Certification
Methacton nabs 1st district crown
May 31, 2014
Methacton tops Boyertown, 7-3, for first District 1-AAAA championship
Methacton players celebrate. "It's an outstanding feeling," one said. CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer CHARLES FOX / Staff Photographer
As Friday’s District 1-AAAA championship headed to the bottom of the fifth inning, momentum seemed to be waning for the Methacton baseball team.
Visiting Boyertown had just tied the game in the top half, Warriors starting pitcher John Wiedmayer appeared to be running out of gas and his Bears counterpart, Brandon Griesemer, looked like he had firmly settled in. Simply put, it was the moment of truth for Methacton.
For more on this story, click here
• PAC-10’s banner year bolstered by Boyertown-Methacton district final,click here. (Story by Austin Hertzog)
MBA’s 9U BOYS TRAVEL TEAM WINS 2013 SPRING TRAVEL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
Congratulations to MBA’s 9U Boys’ Travel Team for beating Upper Providence, 10-5, on 5/19/13 to win the Spring Travel League championship!
MBA League Boundaries
MBA is a Babe Ruth affiliate serving Lower Providence, Audubon, West Norriton, Jefferesonville, North Wales, Gwynedd Square, Skippack, Creamery, Worcester, Oaks, and Lansdale Townships in Southeastern Pennsylvania. Click here to see a Google map of our organizations boundaries.
Click on this to download MBA League Boundaries in pdf format .
Methacton Athletic Association (MAA)
If your son would like to join a youth baseball program for players aged 13 - 19 years old, then please visit the Methacton Athletic Association website at http://eteamz.active.com/MAABASEBALL.
MBA is always open to suggestions to change the way things are done. Please feel free to write them out and give them to any board member or email your ideas to MethactonBaseball@gmail.com.
Mailing Address/E-Mail/Website: Methacton Baseball Association - PO Box 203 – Eagleville, PA 19408 / MethactonBaseball@gmail.com/ www.methactonbaseball.com.