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Bigfork Youth Baseball

Bigfork Youth Baseball

General Questions

I missed registration, can I still sign up?

We try and be as accommodating as possible with late registrations, depending on the division numbers and available coaches, we may have to close registration as teams, practice and game schedules are developed. Be sure to follow our Facebook page for reminders! Registration opens in January.

How long is the season?

Season dates are approximately April 1st through June 8th (depending  on the league division).

How many days a week are played?

Based on your division, you can expect the following commitment: 
T-ball: 1 day a week // Rookies: 2 days a week // Minors: 2-3 days a week // Majors: 3 days a week // Babe Ruth: 3-5 days a week

Can boys and girls play together?

Yes! We encourage all Bigfork youth to play ball! We haven't historically had the numbers to put together a softball team year over year, if  this is something you are interested in heading up, please reach out to your board. We're always looking for motivated volunteers!

Gear Questions

What gear do I need?

We're proud that the cost to entry for the game of baseball is low! You'll need athletic pants, waterproof athletic shoes, and a baseball glove
Baseball pants and cleats are not required for T-ball, Rookies or Minors but, are encouraged. If you are in need of assistance with any personal gear like baseball gloves, please let your board member know, we have spares and we are happy to get your kid on the field!

Plastic cleats are the regulation for all levels of players, NO  METAL CLEATS.

Athletic cups are required for all catchers at all levels.

What gear does the league provide?

Bigfork Youth  Baseball association provides team bats, helmets, & catchers gear. 

What are the bat regulations?

Want to  buy your own bat? Sweet! There are many makes and models and it can be confusing, DO NOT BUY BATS STAMPED WITH THE USSSA STAMP! These are illegal. All bats must have the USA stamp (yes, they are different). All wood bats are legal, but we don't suggest them due to weight and tendency to break.


Bigfork Youth Baseball Association
PO Box 1822 
Bigfork, Montana 59911

Email: [email protected]

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