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Belmont Summer Baseball

For Belmont families interested in Summer baseball, please attend the appropriate details meeting at the BHS varsity field bleachers: 11 & 12 year old meeting is on Thursday, May 28th at 6 PM, 9 & 10 year old meeting is on Monday, June 1st at 6 PM.

The following is a very brief explanation of our Summer baseball options for our players.  Children can decide to be considered to be selected to play in all, one, or none of these options.  We will have a summer ball option for everyone who wants to play. However, as described below, some of the summer options are “all-Star” baseball teams and players may need to tryout or be nominated to play. 

Summer Baseball for Baseball throughout the month of July and beginning part of August:

Ages groups 9-12 (ages are as of April 30, 2015):  Historically, we have two offerings at these age Groups:

Bay State Baseball: First, for those who are passionate about baseball, we hope to enter teams in the highly competitive Bay State Baseball League. For the older players (11-12), the team will likely play on Mon, Wed and Fri, although weekends may be a possibility depending on what division we enter the team into.  There is also the possibility of a separate teams for U11 and U12.  For the younger ages, the u10 team (9-10 year olds) will play twice per week and once on the weekend (Sat) against towns in the area of Eastern Massachusetts.  The u9 team would play Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays against towns in the area.  This Bay State league is competitive, and is for those who are passionate about baseball and available to play throughout the summer.  The website for the Bay State Baseball League is http://www.baystatebaseball.com.  

Middlesex League: Historically, we also enter teams in the Middlesex league, which plays games on Tuesdays and Thursday, or Mondays and Wednesdays depending on the age group.  This league is less competitive, and requires less travel and fewer games than the Bay State league.  Yet, the league provides a good baseball experience while allowing families to enjoy more of their summer away from baseball. 
Depending on the level of interest at various age groups, we may need to hold tryouts for the Bay State teams.   Once the teams are selected, we will require parents to pay the registration fee, which we anticipate will be between $150-$200.  

If you have any questions about summer baseball, please contact Pete Noone at  

If you would like to indicate interest for summer ball email your child's name, age, league preference (Bay State or Middlesex) and summer availability (vacation dates etc.) to .  Registration links will be active on the website shortly so indicate your interest immediately.

by posted 05/28/2015
Baseball & Softball Team and Action Photos!

The crew at Digital Video Creations ( www.digitalvideocreation.com ) took hundreds of great action shots during the weekend of May 2nd and 3rd.  To request individual or team photos for your child, or to inquire about action shots taken over the weekend of the 3rd email Jim Pierce at @verizon.net.

by posted 05/15/2015

Calling all business owners, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and fans of Belmont Youth Baseball & Softball.  For the second consecutive year Belmont Youth Baseball & Softball is putting together an Ad book to raise money for all of its youth programs.  100% of the proceeds will go directly towards replacing outdated uniforms, purchasing better, safer equipment and maintaining all of the town's baseball and softball fields. In 2014, 900 yearbooks were distributed to business owners and families who contributed to the program.

Email  for complete yearbook and donation information.

by posted 05/05/2015
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Baseball Families,




1) Do not leave litter in the parks or surrounding neighborhoods.


2) Observe and obey all parking regulations around the ball fields. Do not block driveways or park on street corners (a saftey hazard for both pedestrians and drivers). 

Thank you!

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