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Welcome to Brooklyn Park Baseball!!!

Our Association seeks to provide a community and volunteer-driven program to promote the growth and development of our players. Our Association works to promote a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-confidence.

As noted above, BPBA is an ALL-Volunteer Organization.  We encourage parents and spectators to attend our monthly Association Meetings to offer input and hear what is happening.  Please remember to respect all decisions made by the Baseball Board and by members who come to our Association Meetings to help us decide on items within the Organization.

 

Important Dates

2021 Dates
1/1/2021    Registration Opens
2/8, 2/10  Tryouts (9/10AL and Traveling)
2/15, 2/17 Tryouts (9/10AL and Traveling)
Late March Registration Deadline
Early April Team Formation
5/1  OPENING DAY
6/4-6/6 House Mid Season Tournament
6/23-6/27  House End of Season Tournament
6/28 All Star Game (8/9NL, 9/10AL, 11/12NL)

COVID-19 BPBA Documents


Extended Dugout / Spectator Location Example

League Email Address

BPAABaseball2@gmail.com

Brian Oxborough

BPBA President

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Not Getting BPBA Email Blasts?

BPAA sends email blasts to all parents from time to time. Examples are updates about the parent meeting and volunteering with DIBS. You should login to SportNgin with the primary parent account attached to your player. Once logged in, click the down arrow button next to the account name in the upper left and choose Profile. Now click the Add button in the Linked Accounts tool in the bottom left of the page. In the popup window, click the link “add a secondary email to your account” and enter another email. Now everyone will receive the BPAA emails.

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Rain, Rain Go Away

Notes on what to do if it rains while you are at the field:

As long as play can be conducted safely we play.  If there is lightning, suspend play.  If  the rain is coming down heavily seek shelter and determine field conditions after the rain passes. 

4 innings is considered a complete game or if you have completed 3.5 with the home team ahead, it should be considered a complete game.