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Welcome to Maplewood Independent Youth Baseball League Online Registration System. To register your player, click on the appropriate registration below. For first time users, you will be asked to enter your EMAIL Address Only - the system will send a verification link to your email account that you use to set a permanent password and gain access to the system. After providing your required contact information, and optionally a second guardian of the child, you can then add your children to the account and register them for the 2020 season.
If you enter a cell phone number, the default setting is No text messages. If you would like to receive text message updates from the league, you must select your service provider. If you select your provider, please note that you will be charged your standard text message rates. If you have changed providers, please take a moment to update that information. The league is not responsible for any text messaging costs you incur.
Please take a moment to verify the numerous privacy settings associated with your data in the member settings.
Attention Parents of 6 Year Olds!!!
(Players born between 5/1/2013Â and 4/30/2014)
For the Spring Season, you have a choice between Tee-Ball and Rookie baseball. If your player has had experience at the Tee-Ball level and you feel they have the skills & stature to keep up at the Rookie level, we encourage you to register them in the Rookie division. If you player has little or no experience playing baseball, or if you think more playing time at Tee-Ball will benefit them more, please feel free to sign them up for the Tee-Ball Division. In the event that we have an imbalance of players in Rookie, we may ask some 6 year olds after tryouts to move down to Tee-Ball.
GORDON ELITE DIVISION
If your player is baseball age 14 or 15, he/she MUST have played in our Spring Ledoux Division to be eligible to play in the Summer Gordon Elite Division. No Exceptions!
Attention Parents of 14 Year Olds!!!
(Players born between 5/1/2005 and 4/30/2006)
The Gordon Elite Division is a highly competitive division of Baseball for players aged 14-18. Only qualified 14 year olds will make this division through a tryout. You must pay the registration fee for your player in order for them to have the opportunity to try out. If they do not make an Elite team, you will receive a full registration fee refund.
Baseball Divisions and Fees are listed with the registration links below. We have instituted an early bird fee and a late fee this season. The late fee covers the cost of the mandatory raffle ticket fundraiser.
IF YOU FAIL TO COMPLETE THE PAYMENT AT THE END OF THE REGISTRATION PROCESS, THE REGISTRATION WILL BE DELETED.
Once you successfully complete the registration, you will get a confirmation e-mail. If you do not get this e-mail and you believe you submitted the payment or if you have any other trouble with the process, please e-mail the Player Agent by clicking the link below.
- Tee Ball Division - Full Refunds will be granted for players that change their mind about playing baseball up until the day before opening day. We understand young children may become timid, overwhelmed, or just unreasonably uncooperative with the organized structure team sporting presents. This window allows a few weeks of team practice before opening day to evaluate your child's ajdustment and acceptance into organized sports. After opening day, no refunds will be granted.
- Rookie through Gordon Divisions - Full Registration Fee Refunds will be granted if your child changes his/her mind up until the day before tryouts are scheduled. Once tryouts occur, no refunds will be allowed. This policy is in place to protect the integrity of the league by trying to discourage players from quitting on their team. This is necessary as every season tough choices have to be made regarding the number of teams in each division as well as roster sizes. If a number of players quit after tryouts for any reason, the whole division suffers due to higher probabilities of forfeits. It also may severly impact the competitive balance the league tries to achieve in each division, each season.