Frontier Youth Baseball League is located in Cerritos, California and is dedicated to providing our players a fun learning experience; while teaching the fundamental physical and mental skills associated with the game of baseball, promoting respect.

Home
Sign up for Frontier Fall Ball
by posted 07/10/2017


Play Baseball This Fall With FYBL

Our Fall Ball program will take place from early-September through mid-November on Sunday afternoons. It is designed for boys and girls, ages 4-15 (based on the child’s age on April 30, 2017). The registration fee is $100 for players League Age 4-7, $125 for players League Age 8-10, and $150 for players League Age 11-15. A child's League Age is determined by their age on April 30, 2017. Additional program information is listed below or click here to register your child.

  • Fall Ball is a great way for kids to keep their baseball skills sharp and also enables kids to continue to learn and have fun. It is also a great time to introduce new players to the game of baseball.
  • The season focuses on skill development at all levels and because play is only on Sunday afternoons, you can make your family plans in advance.
  • Players are encouraged to play in the Division they anticipate playing in the Spring.
  • Depending on the number of players that sign up, the Rookie and A Divisions will likely be combined into a joint Machine Pitch Division.
  • No standings are kept. AAA, Major, and Babe Ruth Division games will have umpires.
  • Teams may have a practice or two before games begin and will typically have one practice opportunity during the school week.
  • All T-Ball and Machine Pitch Division games will be played in Cerritos. AA, AAA, and Major Division games will possibly be played in Cerritos and in Long Beach.
  • Each player will receive a FYBL jersey and ball cap.
  • Limited spots are available. Registration is first come, first serve.
  • See the chart below that describes our Fall Divisions or download a copy here.
TopShare this

 
 
Now Available For Your Apple IOS or Android Devices
by posted 03/06/2017


Download here: http://www.siplay.com/leagues/mobile

 

THE NEXT GENERATION TEAM MANAGEMENT APP.

Your sports life is always moving, the SI Play mobile app simplifies how league administrators, coaches, and parents manage that life. Celebrate it all in one place with Sports Illustrated Play. With a first-of-its-kind family feed and player cards — including true integration with your team websites, schedules, communications, and standings — your team will be in perfect sync with the SI Play mobile app.

 

TURN YOUR PLAYERS INTO HEROES!

Encourage motivation and pride with unique individual Player Cards for each team member. Player Cards connect season moments with tagged photos and player information to create a fun experience for all your participants.

 

BE WHERE YOU NEED TO BE ON GAME DAY!

Everyone stays up to date on team events from rain outs, field changes, and time changes. Attendance reminders are presented on members news feed asking them to confirm attendance so coaches know who will be there on game day.

 

STAY CONNECTED EVERY GAME, EVERY SEASON!

Need an easier way to talk to your team? With the SI Play mobile app, you can quickly send those everyday team reminders, from game reminders to planning that upcoming team cookout. Be on the ball all season long with streamlined email, text, and our awesome Team Chat feature.

TopShare this

 
 
USABat Standard Begins on January 1, 2018
by posted 11/01/2016


 

Implementation of USABat Standard Begins on January 1, 2018.

USA Baseball, the national governing body for the sport of baseball in the U.S., in conjunction with participating national member organizations (NMOs) announced the decision to adopt a new method for measuring bat performance in the testing of youth bats.  Informed by the research of leading scientists on the USA Baseball Bat Study Committee, and supported by its NMOs, -- including the American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC), Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), Babe Ruth Baseball/Cal Ripken Baseball, Dixie Youth Baseball, Little League Baseball and PONY Baseball -- USA Baseball has concluded that recent advancements in science, engineering, technology, and the materials available to fabricate non-wood bats, now allow the manufacturers to construct youth bats that can perform at a wood-like level through the entire range of lengths and weights of youth bats.

The new USA Baseball bat standard (USABat), which will apply to bats that are classified below the NCAA and NFHS level of play, will be implemented on January 1, 2018, allowing the bat manufacturers sufficient time to bring these bats to the marketplace.


The Cal Ripken Division of Babe Ruth League, Inc. have approved the use of the 2 5/8 inch barrel bats for local league play and tournament play beginning in January 2018 and coinciding with the new USA Bat standard.

Similar to the NCAA and NFHS BBCOR standard, which helped to eliminate discrepancies with different length bats and thus provide a more direct measure of bat performance, the new USA Baseball bat standard will allow youth baseball organizations in the United States to reach their goal of establishing a wood-like standard, a standard that will provide for the long-term integrity of the game.

It is important to note there will be no immediate change to youth baseball organizations’ bat rules.  All bats, currently accepted for the respective leagues, remain permissible through December 31, 2017.  Each participating national member organization will incorporate the new standard into their rules for the 2018 season and will begin, with this announcement, to inform their membership of the USABat standard.
Frequently Asked Questions about the USABat standard:


Which national member organizations are implementing this new standard?
To date, the following organizations are participating (in alphabetical order): American Amateur Baseball Congress (AABC), Amateur Athletic Union (AAU), Babe Ruth Baseball/Cal Ripken Baseball, Dixie Youth Baseball, Little League Baseball and PONY Baseball.

Why the change to a wood-like standard?
USA Baseball’s national member organizations believe that a wood-like performance standard will best provide for the long-term integrity of the game. The new standard will not have a drop-weight limit, so young players can use bats made with light-weight materials.
 

Why not just use wood bats?
Wood is a scarce resource. The new bats will be designed to perform much like wood, where its performance will be limited to the highest performing wood.
 

How is the USABat standard different from the BBCOR standard used by the NCAA and NFHS?
Both the USA Baseball and NCAA bat performance tests are based on the coefficient of restitution from a bat-ball impact. The scale of results is different, however, since they use different test balls and test speeds. The testing difference is necessary to address the various levels of play in the respective age groups.
 

Why is USA Baseball involved?  
The national member organizations asked USA Baseball as the national governing body to take the lead in this process to establish a new standard.  Many other national governing bodies set and enforce standards for the equipment in their respective sports. To that end, USA Baseball established a Bat Study Committee of leading scientists and conducted theoretical modeling, field testing and lab testing. The committee shared its findings with the national member organizations, who then endorsed the new USABat standard.
 

Who were the scientists on the USA Baseball Bat Study Committee?
Alan Nathan, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Physics at the University of Illinois
Dan Russell, Ph.D. Professor of Acoustics at Penn State University
Glenn Fleisig, Ph.D. Research Director of American Sports Medicine Institute
 

Why wait until 2018?
The implementation date of 2018 will allow bat manufacturers sufficient time to conduct the appropriate research, design, testing, manufacturing and shipping needed to get new bats into retail outlets. This date also allows the participating national member organizations adequate time to educate their memberships of the USABat standard.
 

Is my current bat good for league play?
Yes.  Current league-approved bats can be used through December 31, 2017.
 

Is safety the reason for the change?
No.  Youth baseball continues to be one of the safest of all sports for youth participants.
 

How will I know which bat to buy?
All new bats that bear the USABat licensing mark will be permissible for play in the leagues and tournaments of the participating youth baseball organizations.
 

When can I buy the new bat?
It is the intention of the bat manufacturers to make the new bats available in the fall of 2017, in sufficient time for the 2018 season.

 

http://baberuthleague.org/batter-up/articles/new-bat-specification-testing.aspx

TopShare this