Deadline for registration-- April 15th
T-Ball: Register for the grade you are currently in this school year. (Pre-K and Kindergarten.)
Will divide up teams April 28th. Turn in shirt order on April 30th.
This is a COED Boys and Girls T-Ball league, scheduled for 2 nights a week starting June 2 for 8 games. Games are scheduled for Tue and Thur at 5:45PM or 7:00PM. No Rain Outs dates.
To the best of our ability we will honor the requests for Reciprocal Buddies. There is no max or min number of players for each team however; the intent is to balance each team with 7-10 players for Tee Ball. This way kids will get more touches of the ball, get up to bat more often and are easier to manage for coaches, many of whom are also new to our program. Parents please sign up to help.
Pictures and T-Shirts will be during the last 2 weeks of May.
Awards night scheduled for June 23th with Rain-Out date of June 25th.
Carver Community Youth Baseball Softball Association
If anyone knows of a youth that has not registered due to Financial reasons, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confidential arrangements will be made.
2015 Baseline testing for Concussion Management
All head coaches and assistant coaches (In-House and Traveling) are required to complete Concussion Training prior to coaching any practices or games. There is no cost to complete the training. This is a Minnesota State Law.
CCYBSA is encouraging parents to complete the course as well.
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide replacement copies of certificates, as we do not collect any personal information or track or record any individual’s use of this training.
Please click here to complete the online training course.
The course is free. The course prints out a certificate of completion which needs to be sent to CCYBSA.REG@gmail.com before any practices start.
Click the following to view information from Ridgeview Medical Center regarding concussion care after a head injury.
To register to play go to: www.ccybsa.sportssignup.com
At the top of the page right under the banner there is a message 'click here to Register online'
You will get a login screen.
If this is your 1st time you will need to click on 'Create a new Account'
Will there be a Volunteer Fee for the 2015 Season? Yes, our program is only as successful as its volunteers.
This fee will be collected per family account based on the 1st registration completed.
Refunds will be processed to your credit card bi-monthly based on who has volunteered
All volunteer fees will be collected before your child is allowed to participate in the Carver Baseball/Softball program.
T-Ball Families are exempt.
Duties that WILL count toward volunteer hours:
Duties that WILL NOT count toward volunteer hours:
Volunteer Signup directions: signup genius steps to volunteer.doc
The following Guides are for Coaching Staff:
Maps: Field Addresses.xlsx
Machine Pitch fields coming:
Carver fields-- Check the Weather line for updates:
Updated at 4:30 PM (952)448-2290 Ext. 4
Contact people: These positions will be updated following Registration Completion for 2015
Baseball: Michael Rafferty mikerafferty67
Softball: Jen Fox jennifermfox
TBall: Michael Rafferty mikerafferty67
Jenny Trebiatowski @ CCYBSA.email@example.com and jennytreb39
Heidi Henry @ CCYBSA.firstname.lastname@example.org and heidehenry127
Equipment Manager: Steve Sustacek email@example.com or STAT orders call 612-618-7170
Picture Coordinator: Laura Pittman
Uniform Coordinator: Donita Stusse
Concessions: Heide Henry
IF YOU are NOT receiving emails from your coaches please check your SPAM folder. Also please add 'SportsSignup.com' to your address book.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION LISTED BELOW
It is the mission of CCYBSA to serve young players, their families and the community at large by providing fun, safe and enjoyable youth sports experiences. The purpose of this program is to provide children an opportunity to have fun, develop physically and socially, and to learn the basic fundamentals of the sport of baseball/softball/tball. CCYBSA will provide a healthy environment for the youth of our community by recognizing each player’s physical and emotional well-being, treating them with respect and dignity and encouraging positive parent involvement.
Our focus is to encourage participation, develop character and discipline, promote teamwork and advocate citizenship and community pride. We strive to provide quality instruction in the development of baseball/softball skills, sportsmanship, competitiveness and fair play. It is the philosophy of this program that each player should learn through active participation and that winning is the end result of a total team contribution. CCYBSA is committed to enriching the lives of our youth by giving every child with a desire to play baseball/softball/tball that opportunity while fostering a love of the game that will last a lifetime