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18u Summer League - registration is now open! Go to Online Forms or click on the link in the upper right of the welcome page to register. The mandatory 18u summer league managers/coaches meeting is scheduled for Thursday (May 17th) at 7:30 p.m. at the Re/Max Buffington Building in Olney.
Calendar planning - Annual Spring Managers/Coaches Meeting:
All 9u -14u teams participating in the spring season are required to send a team representative to the meeting scheduled for Monday, March 5th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the Re/Max Buffington Building in Olney, Maryland.
Calendar planning - Spring/Summer Playoffs:
2018 Spring Playoff Dates (9u - 14u):
9u - 13u: Wednesday, June 13 - Sunday, June 17
14u: Wednesday, May 30 - Sunday, June 3
18u: Wednesday, July 18 - Sunday, July 22
Upon successful completion of the course, a printable certificate is provided. A copy of this certificate must be submitted to the MCBA office. Coaches that have not completed this training and/or have not submitted a copy of their completion certificate, will not be listed on the website roster and in accordance with our existing league rules, coaches not appearing on the website will not be eligible to be on the field or in the dugout area during MCBA games. Certificates of completion may be forwarded directly to the MCBA office either electronically via email or by fax (301-924-6685)/U.S. mail (3415 Olandwood Court, Suite 202 Olney, MD 20832). Be sure to indicate the team(s) you represent.
The winning team manager/coach is responsible for two things. He/she emails or faxes the Game Summary Form to 301-924-6685 within 48 hours following the completion of a game. In addition, he/she must report the score on the MCBA website within 48 hours following the completion of each game. Please note that the home team manager is responsible for completing the Game Summary Form, but the winning team manager should take possession of it following the signature process at the end of the game.
All age divisions must report the number of innings or partial innings (1/3's) pitched for every pitcher who appeared in the game for each team. The information will be readily accessible for managers to view on the website. When the winning team manager enters the game results, be certain to also access the pitching stats and enter the innings pitched for each pitcher, as appropriate. Please note that when you access the Pitching Stats section of Game Results you have to enter under the first column "Ord" the order in which the pitchers appeared (1, 2, 3, etc.) and click on the box under the second column "G" indicating that he appeared in the game and then enter the number of innings and/or 1/3's of an inning pitched.
Park Police contact # in event of emergency: 301-949-8010
Inclement Weather Policy
Information concerning playing conditions at fields will NOT be posted on this website. We advise that you call the appropriate inclement weather hotline number for the field you are scheduled to play on (if there is a hotline). Hotline numbers are listed below.
Gaithersburg-Kelly Park (240-805-1139)
OBGC Community Park at Freeman Fields (301-260-9004)
Rockville - Dogwood Park Fields (240-314-5055)
In the event of a cancellation (regardless of whether there is a hotline # or not), the home team manager must contact the following at least two hours before game time:
(1) Ray Taylor, Umpire Commissioner (240-463-9707) for 9u-14u, for 18uAA contact Lorin Sarbacher (301-467-5543) and/or Don Mayer (301-848-1905) and contact Al Battista (301-919-9007) for 18uAAA and 18uAAAA.
(3) Home Team manager must post game as POSTPONED on this website (go to Game Results).
Note, even if a Regional Park with a hotline is closed, the home team manager MUST make contact with the above parties for any game scheduled that cannot be played.
9u/10u's and 11u/12u's typically pitch from 46' and 50', respectively. However, managers and coaches in these divisions are reminded that it is the responsibility of the HOME team to provide a pitching rubber and spikes and the below listed distances are to be used ONLY if a permanent mound in the ground creates a safety issue for the pitcher when he strides.
9u/10 pitching distance of 46' will move to 44'
11u pitching distance of 50’ will move to 48’
MCBA on Social Media!
Friends of Montgomery County Baseball,
A new Facebook page dedicated to raising the profile of baseball in Montgomery County has been launched. Information from all leagues, programs, teams, and players is welcomed, especially information about deadlines and opportunities. This page is intended to allow league and program officials, coaches, parents, and players, to share information in a positive, constructive manner. It will remain up so long as the community finds it helpful.
Please help us get the word out about this new Facebook page. If your league or program has information about upcoming events or deadlines, please consider posting them to this page. The page is not formally affiliated with any single organization, largely to minimize adverse impact should the website be abused in any way. The more information posted, the more visitors the page will receive. Parents are encouraged to visit and spread the word about upcoming deadlines that teams or players may be facing.
Please get the word out and join us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mocobaseball.
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