Registration for 2017 Fall Ball

Online registration for the upcoming Fall Ball season opens on August 1st.

An Early Bird Fee of $135 has been set for the season for all registrations COMPLETED and PAID prior to August 27th.  After that date the regular season fee of $150 per player will apply.

Please note - WeeBall fees remain $50 per player for the season, subject to availability, regardless of when the player is registered.

To register in person, or to pay by check or cash, please come to walk-up registration at the Front Office @ OHYSA on Saturday, August 19th from 10AM to 2PM. 

For a description of each division of play click here.

For a general overview of OHYSA and the Fall Ball season click here.

For information about volunteering as a Head Coach or Priority Assistant click here.

Rule Changes Effective THIS Fall Ball Season

#1 For baseball and WeeBall, and in keeping with changes being instituted in both PONY and Little League internationally, the age cut-off has been moved to August 31st. This will primarily impact players with birthdays in May, June, July and August. If you have any concerns or questions regarding this rule change, please email agechange@ohysaboard.org.

#2 For baseball only, we will be adopting CenTex Series baseball bat restrictions - the primary change is as noted below.

1) For playing ages 8 and under- The maximum diameter shall not exceed two and five eighths (2-5/8”) inches. All bats larger in diameter than two and one quarter (2 ¼) inches must be "equal to or heavier" than minus 10 (- 10) for U5 thru U8. For example: -10, -9, -8, -7, -6 or -5 are acceptable length to weight ratio’s whereas -11, - 12 and -13 would not.

2) For playing ages 9 and older- The maximum diameter shall not exceed two and three quarters (2 ¾”) inches. All bats larger in diameter than two and one quarter (2 ¼) must be labeled with either a BBCOR or 1.15BPF stamp.

OHYSA is aware of, and monitoring, the USAbat standards being implemented by youth leagues beginning in 2018, but has made no changes regarding them at this time.

 

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