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11 Yr Old Bronco Player Ryder Rasmussen with 2013 Masters Champion Adam Scott

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!!!

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Fall Ball Practices Have Begun!

By DPYB 09/09/2015, 4:45pm PDT

Are you ready for some baseball?

DPYB Seeking Sponsors For 2015 Season

By Dan Ignosci 10/26/2014, 6:30am PDT

Every Donation Helps!

New Protective Screen Available For Pinto 7

By DPYB 02/22/2014, 12:30am PST

Coaches - Protect your players and coaches during games and practice!

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How To Find Only The News That Is Relevant To You

The best way to use the News page is to select only the tags that are relevant to you. For example, if you want to see news specific to your team and anything league related, then we recommend selecting the DPYB Pony League Baseball tag, your Division tag, and your Team tag in the tag filtering menu. If you select all then you may find news articles specific to other divisions or teams, and that can get messy.

Click here to see Hand Sanitizer Article in DP Times

DPYB is giving back to the community

Dana Point Youth Baseball’s motto, “It’s More Than Baseball,” has never meant more than now. Just this past week, team members, parents, administrators, and coaches united off the field to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in their community – especially among the most vulnerable.


The City of Dana Point and its surrounding communities have a very disproportionate amount of elderly with the mean age around 70 years. In mid-March when Orange County announced its shelter-in-place directive, the league stopped all operations but that only freed them up to find a way to help others in need.


As basic cleaning items and other living necessities began to disappear from store shelves, the team decided to find a way to get hand sanitizer to the people who needed it most – local seniors. They purchased hand sanitizer by the gallon – even a 50-gallon drum – and scrambled to find and purchase wholesale small plastic bottles from multiple sources. 


Eighty gallons of hand sanitizer and 10,00 2 ounce plastic bottles later, the team will begin to distribute the fruits of their labor on Friday, April 10.  They will hand-deliver to the community center where it will then be distributed to homebound seniors. The league will work with the City of Dana Point for bulk distribution. It may also be possible to erect a drive-through pop-up at the local community center.


Seems as if life is throwing us all a curveball, but Dana Point Youth Baseball is stepping up to the plate in a big way. In fact, they just ordered another 50 gallons of hand sanitizer to bottle and distribute in late April.