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Friday, 20 May 2016 11:18

RESULTS UPDATED 5/22 11:00 PM with Sunday results and championship match ups; Sunday champions crowned in nine leagues and divsions - PCA winners announced- see the attached Circle of Champions and each of the game spreadsheets for all the results and recipients.

What a Championship Sunday with 9 incredible finals in Pony American, Pony National, Bronco, AA Gold. AA Silver, A Gold, A Silver, Rookie Gold and Rookie Silver with PCA awards being handed out to well deserving recipients in all leagues. The kids really treated us to some phenomenal baseball and coaches really had their teams playing at spectacular levels. And then throw in the best weather we've ever had on the Championship Sunday. What a way to finish up. 

Thanks and congrats to all the hard working members of our baseball committee, especially league directors and our umprie coordinators for keeping all the plates spinning so well in their respective leagues.  

The magic continues Monday night at 5:15 and 7:30 with our first finals in International and Majors on Field of Dreams, with the "if necessary" games to be played on FOD on Wednesday.

Fall ball is right around the corner. Sign ups will be online from May 28 through July 29. Many more details to follow on that shortly both here on the website and in a direct email to parents in our spring leagues.


Saturday, 09 April 2016 07:23

NYO alums Kyle Farmer and Chesny Young both kicked off their 2016 seasons in grand style.  Kyle, a Marist and UGA grad in the LA Dodgers organization, had a single and threw a runner out while batting second and playing catcher for the AA Tulsa Drillers. Chesny, a Marist and Mercer grad in the Chicago Cubs organization, homered on the first pitch he saw and went on to collect another single, two walks, a stolen base and score another run while batting second and playing 2B for the AA Tennessee Smokies.  Looks like the off season work Chesny put in around our park this winter sure paid off.   AA baseball is a top notch level where many teams' top prospects play before moving up to AAA or direct to the Majors.

Both Kyle and Chesny are NYO lifers from tee ball through Pony and their famlies remain very close to the program, in particular Ken Young, our webmaster and Pony league director. It's great to see all the work they put when the boys were young still paying off.  We'll be keeping a watch on both young men as they progress through the season and sounds like there may be a few NYO road trippers out there catching some Southern League action where Chesny plays.

Here's a link to see Chesny's HR:

Wednesday, 13 January 2016 14:10

January 13, 2016 - We've shaken off our post-holiday lethargy and are ready for some baseball. Attached to this article is a memo with lots info on the upcoming season and details on tryout/evaluation weekend (click on the article heading and scroll down to see all the attachments to this article). We are also attaching the detailed player evaluation and tryout schedule for January 30-31 for age groups 6-12 as well as the Pony tryout schedule for January 30-31 (together with a separate informational memo for the Pony league). If you will either be out of town or absolutely cannot come during your assigned time, see the memo for details on what to do. But please do everything you can do be there during your assigned time so we can keep things orderly that weekend as we have over 1,400 kids playing with us this spring.

We're also attaching a separate document with our list of the Top 10 questions we get about tryouts - hope we answer most of your questions. Plenty of info there on finding your tryout number, figuring out when and where to go, what to bring, what happens if you have a direct conflict, etc, so please refer to this before sending in any emails.

Finally, we are re-attaching the 2016 calendar but read the memo for some important info as well on starting dates for games and how we will schedule around the breaks.

Open Space/Wait List information: We have a few open spaces as of 1/13/16 in most of our leagues   Final spaces will fill up so register ASAP if you are interested (you will initially be waitlisted but we can let you in as space allows). Some age groups have short wait lists but we can admit you as players drop out over the next few weeks.   As spaces open up, they will go to players on our wait list, so please register online if you are interested. We will provide a full refund if we cannot clear you from the wait list or if you decide to withdraw from the wait list prior to your child being admitted off the wait list.

We will update right there should there be any changes. Tryouts will go on unless we have extreme weather conditions and we'll be sending out updates as we get closer to that weekend. See you at the end of the month! Thanks, NYO Baseball

Wednesday, 13 January 2016 10:57

We are pleased to announce the details on our pre-season kickoff clinics. The clinics are for players aged 5-14 and will be held on Sun January 24.  Ages 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 will run from 12:00 noon-2:00 pm, ages 5 and 6 will run from 2:30 pm-4:00 pm and age 9 will run from 2:30 pm-4:30 pm.  Your child's age is their NYO age i.e. your child's age as of 4/30/16. This is a great way to get the season started and shake off some rust. The clinics will sell out, so be sure to sign up online as soon as you can. Sign ups and specific times are online at the web address links below and the cost is $50 per player.
Here are the direct links for registration.

10-14 yr olds

7-9 yr olds

5-6 yr olds

If you have any questions about the clinics, please email Coach Woolverton direct at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Thanks, NYO Baseball

Saturday, 19 December 2015 00:00

REGISTRATION UPDATE 12/21/15: We have completed our initial returning player and open registration for 2016 Spring Baseball. We are continuing to register and players will inittally be wait listed. We will clear players from the wait list as space allows. Right now we have limited immediate openings in some (but not all) leagues including our league age 4 year old Small Ball program, 5 and 6 year old coach pitch/tee ball leagues and our 13-14 year old Pony program) .  Even if  we cannot get you in right away, we encourgage you to register and get on our wait list as soon as possible so we can admit you when a spot opens up. We do get drops throughout the winter as we get closer to getting started at the end of Januaray. In the event we cannot clear you from our wait list, you get a 100% refund. Keep reading for more details and links to our spring calendar.


We know it's football and fall baseball season, basketball is just getting underway and the World Series hasn't started yet, but....
Here's a first notice regarding signups for the 2016 spring season of NYO Baseball (rising ages 4-14) with some important attachments. Sign ups will run online from November 7-20 for returning players ages 5-12, Pony Baseball (ages 13-14 for both returning and new players) and Small Ball (age 4 new players), and November 14-20 for new players ages 5-12. If you played with us in either the spring or fall of 2014, you are considered a returning player.
Rising 5's who played Small Ball last spring should register in the Baseball (5-12) league as returning players. Rising 13's should register in the Pony league for 13-14 year olds as returning players.


Click on this article heading to read more and also to view attachments - our start up informational memo and tentative calendar for the overall season. 

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