“The Marshall Area Youth Baseball Association is dedicated to provide the skills necessary to be successful students and productive community members. MAYBA values participation and competition that build self-esteem through determination, focus, commitment, teamwork, honesty, loyalty and sportsmanship. It is MAYBA’s mission to develop life skills while building a tradition of respect for their program.”
8-9 Year Old's - can play in house baseball starting in early June, that runs through the end of July. (see handbook/parent guide for more information). There is no travelling baseball through MAYBA offered for this age group.
10-12 Year olds - can play in house baseball starting in early June, that runs through the end of July. (see handbook/parent guide for more information). Boys also have the option to play travelling baseball - must tryout to be on a team. 6 total tournaments.
13 Year Olds - can play in house baseball starting in early June, that runs through the end of July. (see handbook/parent guide for more information). Boys also have the option to play travelling baseball - must tryout to be on a team. 8 total tournaments as well as spring games.
14 Year Olds - Play travelling baseball - must tryout to be on a team. 8 total tournaments as well as spring games. Play in a southwest Minnesota league on Mondays/Thursdays during the summer. MSF State will wrap up the summer schedule at the end of July.
15U, Junior Legion, and Legion (high school aged kids): will have tryouts April 1st. Coach Pollock will be sending out emails to high school aged kids regarding summer baseball.
8's - Practice 9:00-10:00 Monday and Wednesdays. Games Tuesday and Thursday nights.
9's - Practice 10:00-11:00 Monday and Wednesdays. Games Tuesday and Thursday nights.
10's - Practice 9:00-10:30 Tuesday and Thursdays. Games Monday and Wednesday nights.
11's - Practice 10:30-12:00 Tuesday and Thursdays. Games Monday and Wednesday nights.
12's and 13's - Practice 11:00-12:30 Monday and Wednesdays. Games and Tuesday and Thursday nights.
**See calendar for first practices.
Working Hours: Parents of 8 and 9 year olds will be expected to work the concession stand at Independence Park during in-house league game nights. Our Concessions Committee will assign shifts prior to the season. Please look for the schedule to be posted on the website. All parents are expected to work their scheduled hours or find a replacement to cover their scheduled time.
Parents of 10-13 year old non-traveling players are expected to work during the MSF 13AA State Tournament hosted by MAYBA July 23-25, 2021.
Parents of 10-14 year old traveling players are expected to work during their respective home tournament (Parents of 13 year old traveling players will work both the home tournament and state tournament). Our home tournament dates are as follows:
14U AA May 29-30
13U AA June 5-6
12U AA June 12-13
11U AA June 19-20
10U AA June 26-27
These working hours are a requirement of being involved in the MAYBA program. We typically try to keep the requirement to 5 hours maximum per player per season. For traveling players, the requirement may exceed 5 hours based on tournament size, location, weather issues, etc.
If you fail to work your required scheduled hours, you will be billed $50 by MAYBA (flat fee based on assumed 5 hour commitment x $10). You may choose to BUY your way out of working for $50…this should be done prior to the season.
We appreciate and thank you for all of your efforts in making our program a successful one. If you have any questions about working contact our President, Marc Craigmile.
A reminder that all MAYBA players need their own helmets for the season. We recommend matte black helmets with the "M" as shown. The helmets and the "M" are available for purchase at Borch's (see the apparel order to the left).
Click on the "Registration" Tab to begin. Registration is open for kids interested in traveling baseball and in house. High school aged kids can also register for summer baseball.
**You must register prior to traveling tryouts. **
Check out the "Tournament“ Page
Visiting Marshall? Check out the "Visit Marshall" webpage to learn more.
Click on the Handbook or Parent Guide to answer any questions.
PO Box 223
Marshall MN 56258