Senior T-BallUpdated Thursday June 8, 2017 by Stanley Park Baseball.
Senior players in the youngest age bracket have the option of playing in our Junior T-Ball league if that option suits better. Similarly, those of the oldest age may register for play in our Junior 3 Pitch league. These decisions are dependent on each player's interest, skill, playing ability, maturity and/or other factors. Note that players in a league (i.e. Senior T-Ball) may play as fill-ins on any of our Junior 3 Pitch teams not able to field 10 players for one of its games.(They are not allowed to move down a level and play in our Junior T-Ball league.)
Opportunity to indicate preference of playing days - at least until playoffs. Please only "X" 1 day and only if absolutely necessary as more than that will be very difficult to comply with.
All T-Ball leagues use the soft-core ball. As of the 2009 season, we started playing all SENIOR T-Ball games with a safety-bag at first base and appropriate rule changes.
New for 2015: Defensive players, when playing infield positions, must wear facial protection. (Each team is being supplied with the necessary safety equipment.) This is now mandatory for Senior T-Ball, Junior 3-Pitch and Senior 3-Pitch but remains optional for our Junior T-Ball league.
SENIOR play tends to be more competitive than Junior T-Ball, i.e. score is kept (at least for the latter part of the season), there are umpires, and there is a season-ending wrap-up tournament.
The photos are from the 2011 Senior T-Ball season. Click on any photo to enlarge it and view the album of photos. (Adobe Flash is required to view the photos.)
|Rules for Senior TBall 2015.doc|
|Senior T-Ball Championship Trophy|
|Sportsmanship contract for Players & Parents 2012|