ITS THE BEST VALUED RECREATIONAL SPORTS PROGRAM IN THE COUNTY (less than $2/hr.)!
UP TO 20 GAMES PER PLAYER!
FREE PROFESSIONALLY INSTRUCTED CLINICS!
PAID PROFESSIONAL UMPIRES (parents get to just enjoy the games)!
BEST YOUTH BASEBALL FIELDS IN THE COUNTY!
Early REGISTRATION $50 discount ends Nov. 30 (regular price $300 starts Dec. 1.)
Mandatory Assessments (about 1-2 hours) will be Saturday, 12/14.
THERE WILL BE NO MAKEUPS! EVERY PLAYER MUST ATTEND.
(8U -14U) Select Tryouts (about 1-2 hours) will be Saturday, 12/15.
THERE WILL BE NO MAKEUPS.
Team Drafts will be held about 1/22.
Players will be notified by their coaches on or about 1/25.
Preseason (practices & clinics) starts 2/2.
Regular Season (practices & games) starts 2/22.
DPYB Opening Day Celebration 2/29.
Playoffs begin about 5/2.
End of Season will be no later than 5/22.
Following continued success with our Select Baseball Program, the Dana Point Youth Baseball Board of Directors has approved offering Select teams in other age groups.A Select team will be comprised of DPYB registered players who have the desire to play a more competitive brand of Pony Baseball in a league format. For more information, click here: http://www.dpyb.org/selectintro
Parents! Don't let your daughters sit in the bleachers the whole season. Sign them up for Laguna Niguel Girls Softball!
Dana Point Youth Baseball is a nonprofit organization that provides the means for our community youth to develop qualities and attributes that will benefit them for the rest of their lives. In order to keep our costs reasonable, the league must perform various fundraisers throughout the year. DPYB is grateful for any donation or sponsorship from your establishment to assist in this effort.
Did you happen to catch a familiar face on the TV during the 2019 Masters golf tournament? This year's Drive, Chip and Putt National Championship featured DPYB's own Ryder Rasmussen.
To make it to Augusta National, Ryder was one of 10 qualifiers from the US, Mexico and Canada. Ryder won the long drive portion of the competition, and placed 3rd overall. Way to go Ryder!!!