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Fall Registration is OPEN and Begins Here
Registration is now open through July 31 for our 2015 Fall Programs that start after Labor Day and end in late October. Registration is based on your child’s grade in school, previous baseball experience and desire to participate in a "travel" program.
To register your child, please read the following:
1. The “Register Now” button is just to the right on this page. It’s Big. It’s Orange. Use it now if you already have an account and are ready to go. On the other hand, if you are new to BYB or need more information before choosing from the programs offered please keep reading below.
2. If you want to read all about Fall Baseball and our program offerings, please see thePrograms Tab here or in the menu bar above. Everything is covered. When you’ve read it, come back home and click “Register Now.”
3. If you are new to BYB, you’ll need to set up an account within our system. Please see “Activate or Create Your BYB Account” below for instructions. This will be the only time you’ll need to do this, and it will set us up with your parent and child information until you tell us something’s changed. You might also want to read “Just Starting Out” in the FAQ section.
4. Remember, if you are stuck somewhere on the site and can't find a way to register, it’s always the Big Orange Button on the home page. (When in doubt, run home!)
5. If you have any questions about how the site functions, please see the FAQ’s. If you have trouble with the website, please send a note to the . If you have any questions about programming or any other concerns, feel free to contact the appropriate board member under the contact list. If all else fails, please send an email to for information about Fall baseball.
The 2015 Herbert M. Silverman Award for Sportsmanship was given to three recipients at last night's Major A All Star Game. "For acts of selflessness and courage," as the award plaques read, Hirshy Lerner, Lev Ko and Jasper Reed were each recognized as the three players who weathered a change of teams so that Major A could expand to seven teams in 2015.
"Each of these guys was moved from their old team because of the expansion draft, and went on to do amazing things. Ko and Lerner helped to fuel the progress of a brand new team, the Cubs, and Reed gave the Dodgers a big bat and depth at catcher. They all provided leadership," says Phil Schroeder, Major A Commissioner.
James Wyner, coach of the Cubs, talked about Ko's and Lerner's impact in the dugout: "They took on co-captain roles, psyching the team up before every game. Every game was a new competitive challenge, and on the night we enjoyed our first victory, a very well played game over the Pirates, they took their role to the next level by taking over the post game session and deliberating thoughtfully over who should get the game ball, that recognition becoming all the more powerful for having come from these two peer leaders."
Coach Steve Glick of the Dodgers noted that Reed, "Fit in seamlessly to the Dodgers, had a positive attitude all season, and led by example in helping to teach the newcomers to Major A. All in all, he's a wonderful team player."
June 19, 2015 - Now only accepting waitlisted registrations.
BYB is pleased to offer Summer Minors Baseball again this year for skilled 8 - 9 year olds. Summer evenings are a great time for baseball, and Summer Minors is family friendly and competitive, picking up where Spring Ball leaves off.
This will be a five week program with four teams. It will be kid pitch! It begins on Monday, July 6 and runs through Monday August 10. All events will be on Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays, all beginning at 5:30PM. The program will be weighted toward playing games, with a few practices in the beginning. The league will use slightly modified Spring Minors rules. All baseball will be in Brookline, *this is not a travel league.*
Families who take limited vacations are still eligible and encouraged to play. We will ask you about your availability when you register, and design each team so that there are enough players throughout the season.
Requirements: This league is designed for kids that are entering the 3rd or 4th grade, who have completed at least one season of baseball, two seasons preferred. Kids who are currently in Spring Minors at any age may play. This is not beginning baseball - players should be skilled and enthusiastic about playing good ball and ready for a challenge.
The program will provide: Jersey and cap for players, student umpires, baseballs. There will be two parent coaches for each team. Players provide glove, protective cups (catchers) and their favorite other gear.
Program Cost: $125 plus Town of Brookline Fields Fee ($20). Registration begins now and ends when four teams are filled, so register early!
Coaching Is . . . Ten Reasons YOU Should Become a Baseball Coach
New coaches are the lifeblood of the system that keeps BYB dynamic and active. Every small era in our development is owed in great part to the parent volunteers who choose to get involved, stay involved and grow their teams. To those who love to spend time with their kids and their kids’ friends, and who value the life lessons that baseball teaches, we proudly invite you to get involved.
Coaching is about giving kids confidence by teaching them a game that literally changes lives.
Coaching is hauling the gear bag around like a custodian, because you are one.
Coaching is a chance to make all kinds of new friends (especially the young ones).
Coaching is making every player know s/he’s the best one on the team.
Coaching is two hours on a green grassy field where the office can’t reach you.
Coaching is the high-fives you give and get from the sweetest faces.
Coaching is assuring a dejected child that the sun will rise tomorrow.
Coaching is a tribute to your own kids’ dreams.
Coaching is a tribute to your community.
Coaching is a tribute to the ones who coached you.
Returning families: Log in using your email address and password.
Enter the email address and password you used for BYB in the past. If one address doesn't work try another. If you forget your password enter your email address without password. Your password will be emailed to you.
You should see your previous guardian and child information. Please enter any changes before proceeding so we have correct contact information for the upcoming season. Your child's grade in school will automatically advance each year. You cannot change your child's birth date. Please to correct this information.
New families: Create your account by "logging in" with your email address without a password. Instructions for creating your account will be emailed to you.
Please enter all guardian and child information at this time so we have correct contact information for the upcoming season. Your child's grade in school will automatically advance each year. You cannot change your child's birth date. Please to correct this information.
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Make BYB and Youth Sports history! Support Coach Arlen Showstack's vision, in his 40th BYB year, to professionally broadcast our 2015 Playoffs. Please view Arlen's crowd funding video here.
Brookline Joins Little League
Brookline Youth Baseball has decided to affiliate with Little League Baseball. Little League is the world's largest youth sports organization and we hope to take advantage of its resources. We will also be fielding a team to compete in the Williamsport Tournament. Keep an eye on the website for more details. Go Brookline!!