T-Ball F.A.Q.

What age must my child be to participate?

Children must be age 5 by August 31, 2017, but not yet 9.

How do I register my child for T-Ball?

You can register your child online here, print a paper form to mail in or deliver in person, or you can register at one of our in-person registration sites.

When are practices and games?

  • Practices will be held the first two weeks of the season, which begins March 21st. Games will then begin the week of April 10th. Both practices and games are held on weekday evenings and are listed on the program schedule found on our homepage. Generally, they will begin after 5pm and conclude before 7pm on a Tuesday/Thursday schedule. Specific days will be posted to this website as they are scheduled. The program will conclude May 25th.

Where are practices and games held?

  • You can find information on field locations here. Please refer to the program schedule posted on the t-ball homepage for the location of your child's practice or game.

How much does T-Ball cost?

  • Registration fees are $65 per child or $120 per household when registered online. Late registration after February 28th may not be accepted. If accepted, a late fee of $15 will apply. Fees can be paid by mail, in person or online.

I'm interested in coaching my child's team, how do I get involved?

  • Coaching at the T-Ball level can be done by anyone with the interest in doing so, little to no knowledge of baseball is needed. We provide coaches with a Coach Handbook to guide them through the season from the first phone call to team parents, through the end of the season recognition. All of our coaches much complete a background check. In order to start this process, interested coaches must complete a volunteer application. This can be picked up at any of our locations, or printed here.

I or my business would like to sponsor a team, how do I do that?

  • Our T-Ball program offers three levels of sponsorships: a Team Sponsor, a Division Sponsor and a League Sponsor. Sponsorship forms can be viewed and printed here or picked up at our Administrative Office at 939 Harris Street in Eureka.

What equipment does my child need?

  • We will provide a team T-Shirt and a hat. Your child will need a properly fitting mitt and comfortable clothing. Baseball pants and cleats are not necessary at this level of play.

"I've registered my child and paid, now what?"

  • You should receive a confirmation of your paid registration within 1 week and be contacted the week of March 15th with your team information. If either of these haven't happened, please contact our administration office at 707-441-1030.

"How do I know if my child is ready for baseball, or if they should play T-Ball?"

  • Remember T-Ball is about learning the basics. Does your child play baseball with you, older siblings, or friends? Is your child comfortable attempting to hit a ball that is tossed towards them? Has your child played a year or more of T-Ball? These are some good questions to ask to help make a decision. For many children, the next step from T-Ball is a coach pitch program. If you are still unsure, give us a call or contact one of the handful of baseball programs in our area that can help you determine if their specific program is right for your child.

"What if I have further questions that are not answered here?"

  • The best method for receiving a quick and accurate response is by leaving a voicemail on our T-Ball Hotline 707-633-8783. These messages are generally returned within two business days between registration opening day and the end of the season.