• Organized 1958
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Brawlers Baseball
  • 60 Years of Athletics for the Community
News

Congratulations to LBAA girls softball teams!

Our 8 and under girls softball team had a fantastic spring season. Their achievements include;

winning the opening tournament,

15 and 0 undefeated in regular season games.

3 and 0 playoff run to win MYGSL championship.

All complete; 22 and 0 season.

 

Our 10 and under girls softball team had a fantastic spring season. Their achievements include;

13 and 1 in regular season games,

3 and 0 playoff run to win MYGSL championship.

All complete; 16 and 1 season.

 

We at LBAA are very proud of these young athletes, volunteer coaches, and parents for the hard work and commitment they made to make the 2019 spring season fun and successful!  LBAA will post championship signs honoring these accomplishments on the Manor field fence in the future.


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New Baseball Commissioner

LBAA is announcing our new baseball commissioner: Garett Vanscoy. We wish to thank Garett and welcome him to his new position. Garett's duties will involve attending league meetings as the representative of LBAA, Assist our coaches with rules and questions, team planning, and much more. 


Officers for 2019

President; Jim Knapton

Vice President; Brian DeCecco

Secretary; Amanda Rausch

Treasurer; Agnes Knapton

Field Coordinator; Tom Belan

Equipment Manager; Jon Champ

Softball Commissioner; Carole Kelly

Baseball Commissioner;  Garett Vanscoy


Looking for more information on your teams league?

Click on links in our website and find the link to local baseball and softball league websites as well as travel teams, sports education, and more!


"New Baseball Bat Requirement for 2018"

East Suburban baseball league "ESBL" which LBAA participates in has adopted the Little League bat stamp requirement for 2018. This new rule requires that bats used in game play have the new "USA Baseball" stamp printed on the bat. Bats not having this stamp are not permitted for use in game play. For Pony and Colt age, players are permitted to use BBCOR bats approved for high school use.


Attention: Please Read!

Any PERSON having contact with players is now REQUIRED by STATE LAW to have completed; 1) State police criminal history background check. 2) Child abuse background check. 3) The keep kids safe disclosure form printed and completed. The cost of these are free. The three forms are required for managers, assistant coaches, score keepers, team moms, and anyone that's involved with field and dugout activities and must be readily available for inspection upon request during all LBAA activities. To complete these clearances please go to ASA website and follow web-links at www.paasa.org and use volunteer applications. For more information on clearances and laws please go to www.keepkidssafe.pa.gov/ or use our link.  If you plan to be involved in some capacity with your child's team, please complete the three requirements and submitt two copies of each to LBAA to have on file. For softball additional steps are needed with MYGSL, please contact LBAA board member or team manager for additional instructions. Currently our link for clearances to PA state police website is having difficulties. LBAA will accept clearances from other organizations provided they are current through October 2018 and all three steps are complete. Please read disclosure form to make sure you meet the requirements you are signing for. At Liberty Borough Athletic Association child safety is very important to us.


Business Sponsors

If your in business and wish to become a sponsor of Liberty Borough Athletic Association please contact us. We will send out an information letter and form with sponsor packages and donation amounts. Send us an email and include business name, address, phone number, and contact name. Thank You!