Articles About summer youth baseball

  • Yellow Springs Youth Baseball

    The Twins managed to win their last two games of the season and maintain an undefeated record to win the major league regular season championship for the second year in a row. The first of their final two games was a 6–2 win over the Athletics on Monday, July 26. The teams were tied at 2 through the fourth inning…

  • Yellow Springs Youth Baseball

    The Twins won the only two Major League games played last week to extend their record to an undefeated 10–0 and solidify their hold on first place going into the final week of play.

  • Yellow Springs Youth Baseball

    The Twins continue to lead the Major League standings despite not being able to complete a single game last week due to rain. Their game on Monday, July 12, against the Royals was called after three innings, with the Royals leading 3–2.

  • Twins on top in Major League

    In the Minor League last week, the Indians pushed their record to 8–0 with a pair of wins to keep their spot at the top going into the final week of play. The Indians pounded out 24 hits in their first win of the week, an 18–8 defeat of the Dragons on Wednesday, July 7.

  • YS Youth Baseball

    The Indians continue to lead the 2010 Minor League with an undefeated record of 6–0 after a shortened week of play due to the July 4th holiday. They won their sixth straight game on Monday, June 28, in a 10–6 defeat of the Reds.

  • Yellow Springs Youth Baseball

    Since Major League play finally got under way on June 16, the Twins have taken the lead at 4–0, with the Athletics and Royals tied for second, each at 1–3.

  • Rec baseball needs volunteers

    Volunteers are needed to help this summer with youth recreational baseball. There is a need for assistant coaches for both minor and major leagues, as well as field preparation for infield (which will not include mowing).

  • Rec baseball needs volunteers

    Volunteers are needed to help this summer with youth recreational baseball. There is a need for assistant coaches for both minor and major leagues, as well as field preparation for infield (which will not include mowing). Volunteers may help with either or both. Students grades 9–12 who volunteer will be eligible for community service credits.

  • Rec baseball needs volunteers

    Volunteers are needed to help this summer with youth recreational baseball. There is a need for assistant coaches for both minor and major leagues, as well as field preparation for infield (which will not include mowing). Volunteers may help with either or both. Students grades 9–12 who volunteer will be eligible for community service credits.

  • Rec baseball registration ending

    The deadline for registration for the 2010 youth baseball season, for both minor and major leagues, is Sunday, May 9. Boys and girls, ages 7–11, are eligible to participate in the minor league, as long as they will not have turned 12 by June 1. Fees are $25 per child and include a team t-shirt and cap.

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