T- Ball Spring 2023 Season
Registration opens on January 5 & ends on February 5
Players will be placed on teams once registration has closed. The coach for the team they are placed on will decide the day and time of the practice each week.
March 12th First Game
NO Games on April 2nd or 9th due to Spring Break.
May 7th Last Game
T-Ball in Legacy Park is for BOTH boys and girls! Legacy Park T-Ball league is for Legacy Park children ages 3 to 5.
Legacy Park needs you to help out as a TBall Parent Coach! Please contact the Legacy Park Sports Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
The rules of play are designed to develop players’ skills and add excitement to the game. The players have a wide variety of skill levels, and all are welcome to join the fun.
Regular Season Game Schedule:
Games are played right here at Legacy Park on Sunday afternoons. Practices will be set up by coaches – once or twice weekly in the evening based on the preferences and availability of the teams. The season concludes with a party and trophy ceremony. T-ball games canceled due to weather will try to be rescheduled by the league on weekdays if both teams are available.
All Games will be on Sunday afternoons: TB: 2 PM
Registration fees pay for jerseys, trophies, and an end-of-season party. Legacy Park will supply balls, bats, backup helmets, hats, and shirts. Parents will be responsible for helmets, pants, gloves, and cleats. Legacy Park does have a few helmets but strongly suggest providing your own to ensure proper fit and was not shared.
Registration Fee Schedule
- Legacy Park Resident: $40
- Non-Legacy Park Resident: $55
Need parent volunteers to direct or coach the League! Please contact the Sports Coordinator at email@example.com if interested! Fees will be waived if you coach.
WHAT IS T-BALL
The game is the entry sport to baseball and softball for young players, generally four to six years old. Members of two teams take turns hitting a ball off a batting tee set on the home plate. Batters try to get on base and advance to home; fielders try to prevent that from happening. The elimination of pitching allows children to learn proper mechanics and participate without the fear of being hit by a pitched ball. Tee-ball develops the primary baseball skills of hitting, running, fielding, and throwing. The players gain an understanding of the fundamental rules, which allows minimally competitive league play at all age levels.
T-BALL RULES OF PLAY
- 50 feet between the bases.
- Every player bats and plays on the field.
- The ball is hit off a batting tee; there is no pitching.
- There are no walks or strikeouts.
- No stealing. The player stays on the base until the ball is hit.
- An inning is over when all the players have batted once.
- A standard game is four innings or one hour, whichever occurs first.
- The score is not kept. Emphasis is on skill-building, and learning experience, where the score is not the focus of the game.
- Safety helmets must be worn.
Contact Sports Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.