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TRAVELING BASEBALL

2020 Tryout Results

All teams are listed in the PDF below.  If you do not see your child's name on the team placements list they will automatically be placed on an instructional team within that age group.

Coaches will be reaching out to their teams within the next two weeks.

 

Traveling / Gopher State

SAVE THE DATE: Traveling tryouts will be on 2/23 10 AM - 4 PM. Age specific times TBD. Call backs, if needed, will be 2/29. Times TBD

Irondale Baseball League (IBL) is now offering Traveling Baseball at  levels 9U - 15U. *IBL reserves the right to combine age groups when forming teams if there are not enough players from a certain group available. (i.e. 9u players may be placed on a 10U team)

 

We will be holding tryouts, which will be led by an unbiased 3rd party that will rank each player on basic skills (i.e. hitting, pitching, fielding, etc).  The tryouts will be held in Mid-February.  The exact date and location will be communicated when everything is solidified. If a player is not selected for a traveling team they will be placed on an intructional team based on their age level.

You must be registered and paid in full by Feb. 1 in order to be considered for a Traveling team. 

In addition to the registration cost there will be additional Tournament Fees that will be collected from the coach once the teams are formed and the spots are accepted.  The additional costs will vary between teams and will be determined by the coach, but you should expect $250-$300, but can be more if the team decides to register for more than a few tournaments.  

*Unfortunately, we are unable to provide financial assistance for our Competitive program. Players needing financial assistance are welcome to play in our Instructional league. *

 

Can parents or spectators watch the traveling tryouts?

Unfortunately, we do not allow spectators to the tryouts. Our goal in this situation is not to be secretive, but to lessen the pressure that the student players feel when trying out for a select team. The more spectators, the more difficult it is for players to relax and play to the best of their ability. The only people allowed at the tryouts are the players, the team coaches, IBL board members, and the designated player evaluators.