Metro MVP Page
Metro League Baseball
Metro baseball is focused on recreational play for players from the age of 5-14. All players register individually using the convenience of our online registration system. The league sorts players by age and form rosters by considering the player's school, subdivision, and general area. "Friendship" teams are also available to allow a group of friends to play together in league ball, however there are guidelines in place to promote fair competition. SKSA rules require a minimum amount of playing time for each player. SKSA conducts Metro baseball Fall and Spring seasons, with the Fall session focusing on player development while the Spring season is a more competitive format.
5U teams play tee-ball with 6U, 7U and 8U progressing to coach pitch play. The goal of these divisions is to teach the basics and fundamentals of baseball preparing them for the older age brackets. Players 9 and above will play kid pitch with each age group progressing to a less restricted set of rules designed to assist with the development of the players.
Metro classification games are played Monday through Thursday (6:00 PM or 8:00 PM) and on throughout the day on Saturday. Schedules may include some double-headers. Rain outs are rescheduled for Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons.
For information on how to get started with Metro baseball check out our Getting Started section.
Make sure to check Field Status before leaving for the park.
Rain outs will be scheduled as availability allows. Always check your schedules in the event of a rainout.
Check out the Metro MVP page where we recognize the exceptional efforts of players throughout the season. Submit your MVP today!
In the Gallery of Champions we like to recognize all of our champion league and tournament teams throughout the season. Check it out to see how to submit your team!
View games at the SKSA Rothwood facility on the HiCast Sports app! Check it out!
As you may be aware, there is a greater emphasis today in youth sports on preventing, recognizing, and obtaining immediate treatment of concussions and head injuries. Please read and follow the policy for SKSA Youth Baseball participants.
Coordinators are assigned to assist with management of each age group. If you have any questions regarding your player or team, or any issues please contact your designated league coordinator first. The coordinators review questions and issues and will escalate to the executive baseball board as required.
|Age Group||Coordinator||Email Address|
|VP 5-8||Chris Drathemail@example.com|
|VP 9-14||Patrick Cookfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Team Parent||Michelle Husbandemail@example.com|
|Web Master||Michael Ballardfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Official Baseball Rules (OBR)
The Yellow Book outlines specific supplemental rules in play for youth baseball at SKSA. All other rules are set forth in the Nations Baseball Rules and OBR.
The Nations Baseball Rules for allowed bats will be enforced at all SKSA events. The following also apply:
BPF Logo: For age groups that require bats with the BPF stamp the following logo must be on the bat. It is not a sticker but a painted stamp on the bat.
BBCOR Logo: For age groups that require bats with the BBCOR stamp the following log must be on the bat. It is not a sticker but a painted stamp on the bat.
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