Schedules will start going out first of next week and league games will start the week of Monday 3/26. We had posted league starting on 3/19 but that was an error. Blackout Requests: We have given as long as possible for coaches to get their blackout form turned in, but as of noon today we can no longer accept any requests. As always we will try to accommodate as many of these requests as possible, but there is no way to meet them all. We give preference to blackouts based on when teams got their stuff turned in.
Player/coach registration on WTYBA: There are still a lot of teams who've not completed this. Parents must register their kid on wtyba.com and all coaches who will be working with the team must do the coach registration along with the national background check(once a year). VERY IMPORTANT: If you're coaching a team and you don't see your name on the approved coaches list, please email your name and the team you're coaching so we can verify and update before the season starts. We will be working on that the week of 3/19 so please be patient. We are working through the schedule process but will check emails daily for questions.
Office is closed for league scheduling. If you’re needing assistance, please send an email to email@example.com.
Parks: Violation of city park rules will result in suspensions. Please review rules at parks. Here's a few key issues that create problem
1. No pets inside any of the complexes.
2. No bikes, skateboards, scooters, hover boards, etc. This has become a problem. Please make sure parents know and share with family and friends.
3. Never park on developed grass areas.
4. Of course no alcohol or smoking at any field. Coaches remember this at practices in regards to alcohol. Hate to even mention but actually have had to deal with this and it's not a good situation.
5. Trash: We have a great relationship with all facility owners and part of that is because we always take care of the facilities. Never leave trash in stands or dugouts. Also when using score huts, if we don't follow written rules posted inside we will lose the ability to use them.
Please remember our league rule of borrowing or adding a player for a league game. You can borrow any player from a team in your age, or a player that’s 1 year younger as long as you clear it with the kid’s regular team and follow league rule by batting him last and can’t pitch (9-14’s). You can also add players to your regular league roster as long as they are eligible through USSSAAND the kid’s parent registers them for your team on wtyba.com and you add them to your USSSA roster. No player can participate in any West Texas Youth Baseball event without being added as stated above first. If a coach is found to be breaking this rule they will be suspended for the remainder of the season and possibly banned from the program. Sorry if this seems harsh, but we have 120 teams and are very limited with our field situation so there's not much room for changes. We will get all games rescheduled by first part of next week.
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Thank you for your interest in West Texas Youth Baseball. This is not a draft league. All teams for on their own and participate in league play set up based on each teams individual level. Our program has been growing every year since 2007 and we are the largest youth baseball program in the area. We work very hard to provide our region with quality baseball. The league is run with the participants in mind seeking input from many knowledgeable baseball folks. This is the participants program, run by individuals who understand the ever changing baseball trends. The program will always strive to meet the needs of the competitive baseball teams and never allow agendas or egos to get in the way of our goal for quality baseball in this area.We are very lucky in this area to have Amarillo Rotary Baseball Association and Canyon Baseball Assoc who run a recreational baseball program, assuring any kid who wants to play baseball has an opportunity to play. We do have a Free Agent list that consist of players who are looking for a team. We would be happy to add your player to that list. Click the FREE AGENT link below to fill out the online form. This is NOT a guarantee of getting added to any of the teams, but only a way for parents to show their kids interest in playing for a team. We will remove the free agent list 1 week out from the deadlines to signup for any of the rec sign up leagues, which gives parents a chance to register their kid for the draft in these programs. We will work closely with both of the rec programs now and in the future to assure all kids have opportunities to play the great game of baseball!!
I hope this answers some of your questions. Let us know if there is anything else we can do for you.