SCVAA Baseball/Boys T-Ball Homepage
Registration for 2024 Baseball and Boys T-Ball opens Jan. 1st.
Please Note: You must enter your athlete's current grade level only. Playing up a grade is not allowed. Playing up a grade level or more without prior approval may result in removal from a team for the season and forfeiture of any and all registration fees.
Registrations received after the registration deadline (March 15th.) will be assessed a late fee of $50
Late Registration will remain open until all roster spots are filled. Once a level is full, that level will close.
Late registration players may be placed on a space-available basis on teams with openings on their rosters.
Online registration is the preferred method of signing up for VAA Programs and ensures the timing and confirmation of your registration.
Player Helmet and Pants Required
Please note: All players are required to supply their own batting helmet and baseball pants. A regular, one-size fits all child or adult size batting helmet is all that is needed and also please be sure to write your player's name on or inside the helmet. Either white or gray baseball pants can be used.
SCVAA Baseball General Information
Emphasizing Fun, Sportsmanship, and Skill Development
The St Croix Valley Athletic Association (SCVAA) is a non-profit, fee-based, volunteer organization dedicated to the provision of youth athletic programs. The emphasis of the program is to develop individual and team skills, enhance self-esteem, and to have fun in a supervised environment. Teams are generally made up of children attending the same school, however, due to roster limitations this is not always possible and not guaranteed.
- Boys T-Ball (Kindergarten Only) Everyone plays every game. Only one night per week total.
- Recreational Baseball (Grades 1-3) Non-umpired and everyone plays every game.
- Umpired Baseball (Grades 4-7) Teams play other VAA teams using one paid umpire.
- High School Age Baseball (Grades 8- 9) & (Grades 10-12)
- Teams play using modified or full High School rules.
The 8th/9th. and 10th-12th. Grade Divisions will continue to combine with, and play against, teams from surrounding communities but will now be managed by the SCVAA. The 8/9th Grade Division will be the VAA Juniors League and the 10th-12th Grade Division will be the VAA Seniors League. Further information is available on the Juniors and Seniors Web Pages.
2024 Baseball Levels
Team rosters will try to be limited to twelve players assembled mostly by school. Boys and Girls are combined in all age groups. Although beyond the youngest, beginning levels, there are more boys then girls playing baseball. Game schedules and rosters will be distributed at the Baseball Coach's Equipment Pickup. Coaches will contact team members before practices begin the week of TBD (Subject to weather). Teams have one game and one practice per week. Games will begin the week of 5/6/2024 (Subject to weather)
2023 Season Information and Registration Fees
|Grade||Fee $||Description||Game Nights||Game Season (Subject to weather)|
|8th./9th. -VAA Juniors League||195||Player Pitch||Mon.-Fri||TBD|
|10th. - 12th.-VAA Seniors League||195||Player Pitch||Mon.-Fri.||TBD|
2024 Boys T-Ball
Team rosters will try to be limited to twelve players assembled mostly by school. Game schedules and rosters will be distributed at the T-Ball Coach's Equipment Pickup. Coaches will contact team members before the season begins. Teams will meet once a week for a half-hour shared-field practice followed by a 45 minute scrimmage, or other agreed upon time frames.
|Fee||Description||Game Nights||Season (Subject to weather)|
|Kindergarten||$110||Boys T-Ball||Fri.||5/3/2024- 7/13/2024|
Half-hour T-ball practices are usually followed by 45 minute scrimmage on a Fri. evening.
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