Register: January and February
Registration fee: $165 and $55 Annual NYSA Family Membership Dues
Tryouts: Please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your tryout.
8U: 2/13 6-8 PM
10U: 2/14 6-8 PM
12U: 2/15 6-8 PM
14U & 16U: 2/16 6-8 PM
What baseball gear is included with my registration fee? Baseball hat, jersey, belt and socks are included in registration fee.
What forms of payment do you accept for the registration fee? Credit/Debit cards when registering online. However, you may select the option to "Pay by check", and pay at the NYSA office with Cash or Money Order, as the NYSA does not take personal checks.
What other expenses may I incur? You are responsible for providing your child’s batting helmet, baseball glove, baseball bat, cleats, practice pants, gear bag and a cup & supporter if plays catcher position,. Additional expenses may include baseballs, batting gloves, sliding shorts, etc.
What type of bat do I need to purchase for my athlete?
- For NYSA Park Play - All bats having the USSSA/BPF 1.15 Thumbprint stamp and/or the BBCOR stamp are acceptable and any ALLOY bat that does not contain the words "Coach Pitch" or "CP" are also acceptable for ALL DIVISIONS. Composite bats are permitted only if they contain the USSSA/BPF 1.15 or BBCOR thumbprint stamp. Big Barrel bats are acceptable up to widths of 2 3/4". Bat length and weight are NOT restricted to a "Drop -3" in the 15U division.
- GCYB Inner-League & All-Star Play - All bats must have the new USA bat thumbprint and/or the BBCOR stamp to be acceptable for play.
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When are practices? Practices vary by team and age group.
When does the season start and end? The season starts in February and ends in May
May my son who is playing Rec ball at NYSA also play Travel ball on another team? Short answer, Yes! Our main concern at NYSA is safety of the players. Our only request with a player that is playing both Travel Ball and Rec Ball is clear communication. Healthy players are happy players and we would love to see all of our player be able to continue to grow and excel in the NYSA program.