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Rosemount Baseball Traveling Program

About Rosemount Traveling Baseball

The goal for Rosemount Traveling Baseball is to create an enjoyable, memorable experience for boys providing instructional guidance at an intermediate to advanced level in the fundamentals and competition of baseball.

 
Objectives:
  • Develop self confidence
  • Develop respect for teamwork, pride in team and community
  • Teach the fundamentals of baseball and have fun
  • Incorporate the spirit of good sportsmanship in victory or defeat

Traveling baseball is a competitive league for players who have already established intermediate to advanced baseball skills for their appropriate age level.

Significant Time Commitment:                                                                   
  • Traveling baseball requires significant time from both players and parents, from April thru July, and possibly into early August.
  • Every player's presence is important. Each player is expected to attend all practices, league games and tournament games.

Eligibility & Team Formations

Players, grades 3-9 play with their school grade unless they reach the next age group before May 1st of the season. 

The number of teams formed is based on number of participants trying out and field availability.

Age Brackets are classified by:

GRADES

AGES

TEAMS

3rd

*8-9

9AAA, 9AA

4th

10

10AAA, 10AA, 10A

5th

11

11AAA, 11AA, 11A

6th

12

12AAA, 12AA, 12A

7th

13

13AAA, 13AA, 13A

8th

14

14AAA, 14AA, 14/15A

9th

15

15AA, 14/15A

*8 year-olds can play but must currently be in the 3rd grade to tryout.  Age group move-ups are not permitted; no exceptions.

Levels of Play are defined by:
  • AAA: The highest competitive level.

  • AA: The intermediate level, primarily intended to provide uniform, competitive experience for communities that are not able to compete at the AAA league level or communities that already have teams at the AAA league level.

  • A: The intermediate level essentially designed to be a developmental league to provide a competitive experience until they are ready to advance to a higher competitive level.

Tryout Process

Prior to the the season, we conduct closed tryouts using outside unbiased baseball evaluators.  By registering for tryouts, there is NO guarantee of being placed on team. Placement on teams will be determined by the tryout evaluations. The tryout fee is non-refundable.  

Any player who does not make a traveling team will have the opportunity to be transferred to the RAAA In-House Baseball program but they must complete the registration process for the In-House program.  In this case, the tryout fee would be transferred and applied to that registration fee, offsetting the cost.

If space is available, the opportunity exists to play on a traveling baseball team with another association. 

For full details review the tryouts section on this site.

Fees

$80 nonrefundable tryout fee covers facilities, outside evaluators, equipment and supplies, and other miscellaneous costs specifically relating to the tryout and evaluation process. This fee has nothing to do with the regular season or whether a player is selected or not selected for a team.  DUE: Prior to tryouts

Approximately $350 season fee for players selected for a traveling team. This covers participation in league games & tournaments, umpires, equipment, field usage, field maintenance/improvements, association administrator and support.  Some teams may decide as a group to play in additional tournaments; those team members would be responsible for those added costs. DUE: After team placement

Approximately $130 uniform fee covers two jerseys and 1 pair of baseball pants. Players are required to purchase their own batting helmet, glove, cleats, and bat.  More details about uniforms and equipment requirements are found in the equipment and uniform section of this site.

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