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Registration for the 2020 Spring Baseball Season is still OPEN for Shetland (T-ball) division. All other age divisions are currently in waitlist mode.

Assessments took place over the past two weekends (2/1 & 2/9). If you are still interested in playing and have missed the assessment sessions, you can still register through February, but will be placed on a waitlist until we can determine our overall number of teams and players. We will reach out to you regarding the waitlist registration.

Thank you for your interest in Newcastle Baseball!

Early Bird discounts will be available through November 30, 2019.

Player fees by division:
• Shetland (Ages 5-6) $150
• Pinto (Ages 7-8) $210
• Mustang (Ages 9-10) $250
• Bronco (Ages 11-12) $275
• Pony (Ages 13-14) $350

For families with multiple players in the league, there will be a $15 discount for the second and third kid in a family (the 4th and 5th kid, too, if you should be so lucky). Hooray!

TRYOUTS and ASSESSMENTS: Tryouts (older kids) and assessments (younger kids) will take place on February 1st and 9th, see Tryout Policies for details.

PLAYING UP: Several parents have asked about Playing Up (that is, trying out for a division higher than would be age correct for your player). While we discourage playing up - safety, maturity, leadership, etc - it is not prohibited. Please register for your age-appropriate division and then plan to attend the play-up division tryout/assessment. Coaches and staff running that session will determine whether playing up would make sense for your player.

FIELDS: What a great season we had in 2019 at our home fields at Risdon Middle School. We're excited to again host most of our Shetland, Pinto and Mustang games at Risdon this year. Other games at these ages may be held at Sierra Heights Elementary, and older teams will have home games at Kennydale Lions Park, Highlands Park, or Petrovitsky Park, depending on the division.

There will be a Field Day scheduled before practices begin this Spring. There is some work to be done to make these fields playable after the long offseason. If you are available and willing to help, please let us know.

VOLUNTEERS / COACHING: As you know, Newcastle Baseball is dependent on its parents who volunteer to help in many areas. One of our biggest needs is for Coaches. If you have any interest in helping as a Head or Assistant Coach, at any level, please email

Further, if you're interested in helping with the growth and success of the League, we welcome your attendance at Board Meetings.

We are all excited about the coming season and look forward to seeing everyone at the ballpark again this Spring.

Please send any questions to: …or…

Thanks! Newcastle Baseball Registrar

Creating Your Account

For those of you returning to Newcastle Baseball this year sign in using the same email and password that you created last season, simply sign-in and register!. If you are new to Newcastle Baseball this year then follow the easy 1-2-3 steps below to create your account and register!

Creating a Stack Sports account and registering should be as easy as 1-2-3!

  1. Once you click on the 'Register Now' link you will be asked to create a new account, if you don't already have one. If you use Club & League Connect by Stack Sports (formerly Bonzi) for other Leagues or Teams, you can use that same account here.
  2. Fill out the registration form, including Parent information as well as information about your player. You will have the ability to enter more than one player to your account. There is also the ablity to add other Family members to your account from your Member Account page.

  3. Make your payment, and you are done! You will recieve a confirmation email once you are successfully registered in our system.

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Where does your registration fee go?

  • Safe, well maintained fields
  • Professional training clinic for all coaches
  • Trained Umpires
  • Equipment & Uniforms
  • Operation, administrative & insurance costs
  • Community outreach