2021 SPRING RECRECREATION REGISTATION IS NOW OPEN
Click on the link below, the Registration tab, or go to bprba.org/reg
Any registration after March 11, 2021 may result in a delay of team assignment or uniform delivery for the player.
Scroll down for an overview of leagues, key dates, and safety protocols to enable play.
(Grades 1 and 2)
(Grades 3 and 4)
(Grades 5 and 6)
(Grades 7 to 9)
Game schedules are anticipated to be released on or before April 9.
Schedules and fields of play are based on registration numbers, volunteer numbers and field availability / conditions, and are subject to change.
March 12: Late Registration Notice
Late March / Early April: Volunteer Training
By March 16: Team Formation Minors and Majors
By March 24: Team Formation Instructional and Rookies
By April 7: Team Formation Seniors
By April 9: Game Schedules
Sat., April 10 - Fri., April 16: Preseason
Saturday, April 17: Opening Day
April / May (dates to follow): Travel Team Tryouts
Saturday, June 12: Championship Day
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COVID SAFETY PARAMETERS
The ability to play recreation baseball is dependent upon our ability to work together to operate within State and Local guidelines for play.
Parents contribute by:
1) Checking player(s) temperature(s) before coming to a field
2) Keeping player(s) home if they have a temperature, feel ill, or are required to stay home due to quarantine protocols
3) Notifying the league (email@example.com) if their player or someone in contact with their player was exposed to COVID-19 or experiences symptoms of COVID-19
4) Maintaining 6 feet social distancing at all times
5) Wearing a mask (no gaiters, no bandanas) when in common areas or situations where 6 feet of distancing is not able to be maintained
6) Ensuring your player(s) understand expectations for their compliance to be able to participate in BPR baseball (see below)
Players, with their Parents' help, contribute by:
1) Having a mask (no gaiters, no bandanas) with them at all times
2) Wearing a mask when on the sideline / not in the field
3) Bringing their own water bottles labeled with their name. (Note - no snacks allowed.)
4) Bringing their own equipment (glove, bat, helmet, cap) labeled with their name.
5) Refraining from spitting or physical contact with other players (e.g., high fives, fist bumps)
6) Listening to instructions by Coaches and Safety Monitors to maintain social distancing, mask wearing, and hand sanitizing
What to expect at the baseball field:
2020 GHVBL Fall 9U B Gold Champions
2020 Summer GHVBL 10U B League Gold Champions