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CITY OF EVANSVILLE YOUTH BASEBALL

 

2021 Pictures can be found here

 

Program Overview
  • The number one purpose of the program is to have fun.
  • Kids also learn fundamentals of baseball, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play.
  • Generally, the rules of baseball apply (3 strikes is an out, run the bases in order, etc.)
  • Practices may be held at the coach’s discretion.  Field space is limited, but can be reserved by calling City Hall at 882-2266.
  • In the event of bad weather (rain, heat), coaches will be called first and they will then notify their players.  The decision to call games might not happen until an hour before game time.
  • If games are called on account of bad weather, coaches may schedule make-up games.
  • Players will use batting helmets.

 

American League/Coach Pitch

Ages: 6-9 (note: 6 year-olds may play in either league)
​Fees: $28/Resident, $33.00/Nonresident (note: Nonresidents are described as any household that is not a City of Evansville taxpayer. If your address has more than 3 digits you will not be eligible for the resident rate.) 
Location: Lake Leota Park  (Lower Diamond)
  • The number one purpose of the program is to have fun.
  • Games are held either on the lower diamond at Lake Leota.
  • Coach or Designated Parent will pitch to the batters.
  • Flexibility to adjust the speed of the pitch to the player’s level of ability.
  • After 6 swings a hitting tee will be set up in order for the player to focus on the ball and successfully hit the ball.
  • All players will bat once through the lineup each inning
  • Bases will be cleared each time the defense gets three outs.
  • Rover positions should be created so all players are in the field each inning.
  • Games are limited to 4 innings or 60 minutes, whichever comes first.
  • Parents are expected to assist the Coach at all times. Please remember they are there to help teach the game of baseball, not babysit.

 

Coach Pitch Schedule

 

 

 


 

T-Ball

Ages: 4-6 (note: 6 year-olds may play in either league)

Fees: $10/Resident, $15.00/Nonresident (note: Nonresidents are described as any household that is not a City of Evansville taxpayer. If your address has more than 3 digits you will not be eligible for the resident rate.) 
Location: Countryside Park (located on the east end of town right off of Main St/Hwy 14 and Water Street)
 
  • The number one purpose of the program is to have fun.
  • Games are held at Countyside Park located on N. Water Street, Evansville, WI.
  • No umpires.
  • Teams bat through the entire line-up each inning, no limit to number of outs.
  • Games are limited 2 innings or 60 minutes, whichever comes first.
  • “Poly-dots” may be used to help players learn position locations and avoid piling-on.
  • Rover positions will be created so all players are in the field each inning.
  • Parents are expected to assist the Coach at all times. Please remember they are there to help teach the game of baseball, not babysit.

 

 

T-Ball Schedule 

 

 

Feel free to do practices as you wish if you would like to schedule something at Countryside Park or Thursday nights at Lake Leota lower diamond please send an email: leah.hurtley@ci.evansville.wi.gov or feel free to call (608) 492-0942.  

 

Picture Day Schedule  

 

 

Player Concussion Form 

 

(To be turned into the team's coach!)

 

 

 


Division/Leagues:

  • T-Ball / Coaches Camp

    • Ages: 4-6 (note: 6 year-olds may play in either league)

    • Fees: $10/Resident, $15.00/Nonresident (note: Nonresidents are described as any household that is not a City of Evansville taxpayer. If your address has more than 3 digits you will not be eligible for the resident rate.) 

    • Location: Countryside Park (located on the east end of town right off of Main St/Hwy 14 and Water Street)

  • American League (Coach Pitch)

    • Ages: 6-9 (note: 6 year-olds may play in either league)

    • Fees: $28/Resident, $33.00/Nonresident (note: Nonresidents are described as any household that is not a City of Evansville taxpayer. If your address has more than 3 digits you will not be eligible for the resident rate.) 

    • Location: Lake Leota Park  (Lower Diamond)

 


Our goal has always been to provide a league embracing diversity and inclusion. Our program has been largely effective because of the generosity of our sponsors such as yourself. Thanks to the support of our community and sponsors we were able to offer registration costs for as little as $10.00/player- which included; t-shirt, hat, and both team and individual photos! This program starts with our wonderful sponsors.

2021 Business Sponsors! 

Allen Realty |  All-N-One | Baker Manufacturing Company, LLC | Baumberger Foundations | Big Barn Storage | Blue Devil Bowl | Bluescope Buildings | Creekside Place Inc | Double D Builders | Evansville Electric LLC | Evansville Golf Club | Evansville Home Talent Baseball Jays | Evansville Memorial VFW Post 6905 | Evansville Oil Pros | Grams Insurance Agency | Grove Family Dental | Heacox Roy & Son Inc | Kids Korner | Little Tweets Child Care Center | Mad Dog Mowing | Magee Construction  | Mallon Tree Service, LLC | Nelson Young Lumber Co | Retirement Income Strategies | Salon KB | Shannon Law Office, LLC | State Bank of Cross Plains | State Farm Insurance | Stoughton Health | Subway | Symdon Chevrolet | Ultimate Power Electric | Ward Hurtley

 

If you are interested in Sponsorship for the Youth Baseball League season, please see links below:

 

Sponsorship Form

 

 


Other sports opportunities in Evansville: 

Evansville Angels registration details can be found here.

Contact information: 
Troy Larson - President at 608-334-7714 or eangelssoftball@gmail.com
or 
Ben Nienhaus - Vice President at 608-490-1332 or btnienhaus@aol.com

 

 

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