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YMCA Baseball Registration Begins

2 years, 5 months ago by Bryan Nichols

Players, coaches and sponsors are needed

Quincy, IL  - Spring is just around the corner and that means it is time for BASEBALL!  Registration is going on now for children ages 3 through 18 at the Quincy Family YMCA. 

Children ages 3 through 8 will be learning skills as well as playing the game!  The season consists of 10 to 12 games and will begin in June.  Games are limited to one hour.  Fees for ages 3 and 4 is $27 for members and $44 for non-members.  Fees for ages 5 through 8 is $40 for members and $68 for non-members.  Participants may register through April 21st. 

Children ages 9 through 14 will be playing “real” games with innings and players pitching.  The season consists of 14 to 16 games and will begin in May.  Games are played at the Quincy YMCA.  Fees are $48 for members and $84 for non-members.  Participants may register through April 21st. 

Baseball for those ages 15 through 18 years of age is meant to keep high school kids playing baseball during the summer. The field is official size with 90* bases and a 60.5* pitching mound. Teams will consist of up to 15 players with everyone batting in the line-up as well as 3 innings in the field. Teams will play a 12-15 game schedule.  Fees are $36 for members and $62 for non-members.

 

If you are interested in coaching or sponsoring a team please contact Kyle Haeberlin, Sports Director at 222-9622 or kyleh@quincyymca.net.


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