Welcome to J.S.A. Baseball League!

Meet the Team
!We play for fun
The J.S.A. offers Baseball programs to boys from ages four to 18. In addition to our regular Spring season, Baseball offer Fall Ball and skills-development clinics in the off-season.  J.S.A. Baseball also hosts elite summer all-star teams that compete for provincial and national championships.
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  1. 6u - FUNball
    The FUNball division is for boys and girls age 4-6 to learn and play the game of baseball. Every player on the team bats and plays in the field. Players get to try and hit pitches from a coach or off a tee. The focus of the league is to have fun and teach the players the fundamentals of baseball in a non-competitve enviornment.
  2. 8u - BLASTball
    The BLASTball division is for players age 7-8 to learn and play the game of baseball.
  3. 10u - PeeWee Ball
    The PeeWeeball division is for players age 9-10 to learn and play the game of baseball.
  4. 12u - Batamball
    The BLASTball division is for players age 11-12 to learn and play the game of baseball.
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  Baseball Overview
Spring Ball
Spring Ball is the biggest and busiest season for J.S.A. Ball Legues.
·         Runs from the beginning of April to the end of June.
·         Divisions available for all ages, starting at age 4.
·         All levels of experience and ability encouraged and welcome.
·         Focus is on developing skill and having fun through practices and games.
·         Player assessments are required for FUNballer players and older. Assessments are used to create balanced teams.
·         In some divisions, teams compete for a J.S.A. Championship trophy at the end of the season.
·         In some divisions, J.S.A. Championship teams compete against other championship teams for a National Championship trophy.
·         Registration for Spring Ball usually opens mid-January.
Prospects Baseball: 
Prospects, available at the Batam and Jr. Varsity levels only, is designed to give more experienced players an opportunity to compete against similarly experienced players during the Spring season. Prospect teams typically play on Sundays (against other Organation Prospects teams) and do not have practices. J.S.A. may field one or more prospects teams per division at the discretion of the division coordinator and J.S.A. Executive. Players are selected/invited to play Prospects based on their Spring assessment scores and/or from scheduled prospects' tryouts.
Summer Ball
·         Runs roughly from the end of June to the beginning of August.
·         Not available for FUNball and BLASTBall.
·         Players from all the baseball associations in the city tryout to make citywide teams. Currently, these teams play under the J.S.A. name/banner.
·         Divisions may include AAA, AA and/or A teams. Sometimes divisions will have Tier 1 and Tier 2 subdivisions.
·         Summer Ball teams play against other teams in the city and in other states and beyond.
·         Summer Ball is the highest level of baseball offered in J.S.A. Baseball, typically culminating in a Provincial Championship tournament for most of the divisions. Batam and Jr. Varsity provincial champions ultimately compete for the J.S.A. Championship.
·         Summer Ball requires a high level of player and parent commitment.
·         Expect lots of practice, doubleheaders, fundraising, van travel, hotels, great baseball and more.
For PeeWee Summer Ball, players from their city tryout to make a J.S.A. Summer Ball team known as the J.S.A. Stars. This team plays other top teams on the area. The season ends in an area-wide, regional tournament.

Fall Ball
J.S.A. offers Fall Ball for most divisions.
·         Runs roughly from the beginning of September to the end of October.
·         J.S.A. teams play against each other as well as other teams in the area.
·         No practices.
·         Fall ball is all about having fun and gaining more experience at the same time.
·         Players often use Fall Ball as an opportunity to break-in a new glove, try a bigger bat, work on a new pitch, etc.
·         Registration for Fall Ball usually opens early- to mid-August.

Winter Ball:
·         Runs roughly from the beginning of November to the end of March.
·         No leagues or divisions run in the area, but several companies offer winter clinics for player development. Generally, clinics are offered once per week in an indoor space. Winter clinics usually begin in January and run until mid March.
·         Registration for Winter clinics usually opens early- to mid-December.