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Equipment

The association provides balls, bases, team bag, and catcher's equipment including glove however players may choose to purchase their own catcher gear.

Participants in the Traveling Baseball program are required to purchase their own batting helmetglovebat and cleats.

Bats

9U-14U: All bats must have the USA stamp (unless using a -3 BBCOR bat). 15’s can use a BBCOR bat or wood bat.

Bats must be 2 1/4" with unlimited weight differential or bats 2 5/8" and have a -11 differential or less meaning -10, -9 etc. NOT -12, -13, etc. (i.e. 31” – 20.0 oz. / 31” – 21.0 oz. / 31” – 22.0 oz. etc.)

  • If your son is going to use a bat that has a 2 1/4” barrel, the weight differential (length minus weight) is unlimited.
  • If your son is going to use a bat that has a 2 5/8” barrel, the differential (length minus weight) must be -11, -10, -9 etc.
    • (30”-19oz., 29”-18oz., 28”-17oz. would = a -11)
    • (30”-20oz., 29”-19oz., 28”-18oz. would = a -10)
    • (30”-21oz., 29”-20oz., 28”-19oz. would = a -9)

14U & 14/15A: Bats must be 2 5/8" with a -5 or less differential.

15U:  Bats must be 2 5/8” with a -3 or less differential

Cleats

10-12U no metal spikes allowed

13-15U metals spikes are allowed

Glove

The most important thing when it comes to buying a glove, is buying the correct size, which depends on the age and position of the player.  The size of a glove is important for a specific position because it is designed to maximize the performance of the player.  The chart below shows an estimate of the size range of the glove for a specific player for baseball.