20 News Stories

2021 Bat Rules

Wed May 5, 2021 - Webmaster
  Please Review the link below.  Bat's not in compliance will not be allowed to be used in games.

2021 Spring Season Registration is OPEN!

Sat Jan 9, 2021 - Bryan Sergeant
Norfolk Baseball Community,  We are excited to begin planning for the 2021 Norfolk Baseball Spring Season!  We’re opening registration on January 8th for a season with games potential beginning mid-April for all leagues and age groups. Please visit the Norfolk Baseball website and click the registration banner to both register your player as well as your interest in volunteering and/or coaching. We anticipate an on-time start to the season this spring for all leagues and

How To Register For Spring Baseball

Sat Jan 9, 2021 - Bryan Sergeant
Registering you child or yourself for baseball and coaching is easy. Simply click on the banner on the website or the "Login" tab in the upper right of the webpage.  This will bring you to the Sports SignUp log-in page.  Returning Players: If you are a returning player use your registration user name and password to log-in.  You will be prompted to view and register for the league appropriate to your child's age level. New Players: First create a new account with a new user name and password. After adding

Curious About How Norfolk Baseball

Sat Jan 9, 2021 - R B
Overview of Norfolk Baseball Programs: The baseball programs maintained by the association serve Norfolk’s youth from the age of 4 through the age of 18. Players age 4 start out in T-Ball and can, at their own pace, progress all the way through the system to Babe Ruth.   Baseball Age: Players are placed based on “Baseball Age”, which is the age of a player as of April 30th .  This is in accordance with USA Baseball and other governing body leagues.    Please note, the league may make exceptions to plac

Important Safety Updates

Fri Aug 21, 2020 - Bryan Sergeant
Important Safety Updates In accordance with the revised state guidelines for youth sports, that came out on August 13 and go into effect on Monday, August 17, there will be a few changes taking place for games through the remaining season + any future baseball activity. You will likely be seeing this everywhere else as well given these guidelines are statewide. First, capacity will be limited to 50 people (excluding players, coaches, umpires, and league officials). That means that we will now have a restr

Stay Home and Practice!

Fri Apr 3, 2020 - Bryan Sergeant
There are many ways to improve your skills without being on the field. Over the next month we will post videos and drills for you to use at home. We are very excited to start the season, and these drills will make sure you are ready as well!  If you know of any great home drills or training videos we welcome you to share with the baseball community on Facebook. 5 Baseball Drills You Can Do BY YOURSELF, AT HOME, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME! Baseball Throwing Drill For Indoors! Practice Like The Pros: Braves catche

Coaches and Volunteers Needed

Wed Jan 1, 2020 - Bryan Sergeant
The Norfolk Baseball Association is a volunteer depenent organization.  There would not be a league without te help and dedication from our community!  As a parent, we have a responsibility to support our kids, managers and baseball community to make this season as enjoyable as possible for everyone.  The following explains the League's volunteer requirements. From T-Ball through Majors, every registered player must have someone who will help out with the many positinos involved in running our league.  A v

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