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The Club was established in 1965. We have steadily grown since then and now are a non-profit organization of 400-500 boys and girls ages 4-16, participating in summer leagues of tee-ball, softball and baseball. We depend solely on Sponsors, Registration fees, Sno-Cone Booth sales, Fundraisers and Donations to pay the expenses of our Club. Some of these expenses include: Insurance, uniforms, utilities, trophies, umpires, fencing, and equipment.

We are constantly trying to improve our Club, from both the safety aspect as well as the fun aspect, for all our players and fans.

We have eight different leagues and seven fields with fields 1 & 2 being lighted.

Games are played on weekday evenings at either 6:00 or 8:00pm. On occasion there may be Saturday games.

We use association umpires for all leagues except for the pee wee leagues.

Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
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Neighborhoods
North Mountain, Manzanita Manor
Category
Clubs
Other Information

Parking: Street

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hadsellr

06/11/2012

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I would not recommend this bal...

I would not recommend this ball club to anyone! This is by far the worst club I had experience with. The umpires run the club. If you disagree with any of the umps or boardmembers you are automatically kicked out. They will not listen to your side of the story. They have favorites there and they only listen to them. It is highly political there. Your kids will end up hating baseball by the end of the season.

stavro

06/17/2009

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worried parent (baseball)

Unforunately these particular times call for working as much as possible when posseble. We trust certain individuals with our children to teach and support along with be a type of role model.This year 2009 I have spoken to coach (Dan Davis) about my concern of my 10 year old practicing at 10pm. I work at 3am instead of working with the parents he belittled my wife and son saying they are not comitted and interigrating my wife on her daily schedule. I don't know where we should draw the line have times changed so much?

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