Join the SBYB baseball community by joining us for parents and friends night out:
Saturday, April 28th – 6pm to midnight
San Bruno City Park Gym
Drinks, DJ, Dancing and Appetizers
Gift Baskets for Raffle
Free Admission / 21 yrs and older guests only
San Bruno Colt baseball has reached its roster capacity and is not accepting any more players. If you would still like to play Colt baseball, a release can be given so that you can play for another team in the division. Currently the Burlingame Mules are looking for players.
If you would like further information email info@Brunobaseball.org.
The objective of SBYB is to provide a setting that will allow boys and girls, ages 4-12 & 15-16, an opportunity to pursue their interests in the game of baseball. SBYB hopes to instill the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, respect, teamwork and loyalty through leadership, guidance, instruction and supervision. This will enable these young players to learn the game of baseball and develop a sense of sportsmanship while having fun at the same time. SBYB is committed to teaching the true meaning of T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More)
New Age Change to 8/31
At the October meeting, the San Bruno Youth Baseball Board of Directors decided to adopt the new age change rule which will take effect for the 2018 season. The age chart posted below specifies which division, based on age, each player will be playing in starting in the 2018 season.
New Bat Standards for 2018:
San Bruno Youth Baseball will be adopting the new USA baseball bat standards effective January 1, 2018. All players 14 years old or younger must use a USA bat certified with the USA bat licensing stamp on the bat in order for it to be used for league or tournament play.
Players may use approved USA bats with a 2-5/8" barrel with the exception of -3 (BBCOR certified); all other 2 1/4” and 2 5/8” barrel bats with a minus factor of -5, -7, -9, etc. must be USA-bat-certified with the USA Bat licensing stamp on the bat in order to be used for league and tournament play. All other 2 1/4” and 2 5/8” minus factor bats -5, -7, -9, etc. used in 2017 will now be illegal to use starting January 1, 2018.
If you should have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Search and review your bat to see if it meets USA bat standards: