REGISTER
ONLINE
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE

2020 Registrations Now Open!!!

UpdatedFriday January 3, 2020 byJoshua Ream.

2020 Summer Session Registrations are NOW OPEN!  Please visit the registration tabs for more information for new users or sign into your account for existing users.  PAPER FORMS ARE NOT YET AVAILABLE!

If you plan to use paper copies you will be able to download the forms from the Registration area and go to Kirhofer's by the end of the Month.

There will be a late fee for all registrations occuring after March 15th, so please get signed up before than to avoid a fee.

See registration signup information and post checkout notes for dates and times that will be important.

We look forward to having everyone back for another fun summer of baseball!

Summer Baseball - 2021

***PLEASE NOTE CHANGES DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS. CONSULT WEBPAGE OR SOCIAL MEDIA FOR DETAILS***

Any child who will attain the age of five (5) before May 1, 2021, and who will not attain the age of fifteen (15) before May 1, 2021, shall be eligible to compete in Boys Baseball of Aurora Instructional, Rookie, Minor, Major or APL League. Kids from the entire Aurora area, as well as all surrounding communities, may register for participation.

All returning players who are staying on the same team are required to register. Kids who are moving from the Rookie League to the Minor League (9 year olds), from the Minor League to the Major League (11 year olds), from the Major League to APL (13 year olds) must register AND attend a player evaluation.

All new players in Boys Baseball of Aurora AND those players moving from one level to another must attend the player evaluation. AS OF NOW WE ARE STILL NOT SURE WHEN TRYOUTS AND DRAFT CAN OCCUR. WE WILL EMAIL AND POST UPDATES ON WEBSITE / SOCIAL MEDIA ONCE WE HAVE MORE INFORMATION. DO NOT EXPECT TO HAVE TRYOUTS BEFORE APRIL.

ALL OTHER AGES (Rookie and Instructional) WILL BE ASSIGNED AFTER TRYOUTS / DRAFT FOR OLDER AGE GROUPS.

Players should bring gloves, wear gym shoes and be prepared to participate in fielding, throwing, hitting and running situations. APL players will be allowed to pitch and catch as well, so bring additional equipment as required.

Rookie and Instructional leagues have their teams assigned based on a number of factors and will have completed rosters announced after everything is done with older three age groups
.