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Mar 4: Opening Day!

Mar 24: Poker Tournament

Apr 3-8: Spring Break

Apr 30: A's Little League Day

May 5: Hawks Golf Tournament (New Date)

May 6: Parent's Banquet

Jun 3: Championship Saturday

Saying Farewell to Shawn Draper

Mar 9, 2023

There is sadness on the fields of Mudville this week. Not because the might Casey has struck out but because a friend, colleague, mentor, and former leader of PHBA’s Blue Crew community and Umpire Leadership Team has called their last ball game. On Sunday past, Shawn Draper, a charter member of the Umpire Leadership Team,…

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Scrimmages with Umpires

Feb 2, 2022

Get your teams ready by scheduling a friendly scrimmage with bonafide umpires. Remember, scrimmages are now allowed within the state guidelines. It’s a great way to get the kids ready for the season by doing away with the 1st game jitters before Opening Day. The umpires need to dust off the armor and brush out…

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Batting Cages are Open

Jan 29, 2022

Sign-ups for batting cages has gone digital once again. Team managers are allowed to reserve one batting cage up to ONE week in advance. Cages are open Mondays through Sundays. Check the calendar for available time slots. Cage #1: Closest to PO2 is for softball teams only Cage #2: Middle cage is for baseball teams…

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2023 Season Rules!

Mar 8, 2022

The PHBA Baseball and Softball rules for the 2022 season have been updated and posted on the Rules page. Key changes to this season’s rules include but are not limited to: Softball American 2023 The Dropped Third Strike is no longer in effect for Softball American. Baseball Pioneer 2022 Removal of overthrow pitch rule –…

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Welcome Message from Board President, Brian Turner

Feb 23, 2023

Hello PHBA Families, I am excited to get the 2023 Spring Season rolling at PHBA! Spring is my favorite season and watching the players learn to love the game that has treated many of us so well is a big reason why. I look forward to seeing friends, reconnecting with people I only see at…

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The OVERTHROW Rule is Dead!

Jan 31, 2022

The Overthrow Rules 4.11 for both Pioneer divisions have been rescinded and revamped to encourage the kids (and especially the coaches) to make a play on the runners instead of simply getting the ball back to the pitcher to “kill the play.” In previous years, attempting plays and missing promoted the kids simply running the…

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When Does 3=1? [Coach-Pitch]

Jan 30, 2022

UPDATE: This Coach Pitch rule only applies to Baseball Pioneer. The rule for the number of coach pitches allowed was changed in 2020. So how many pitches does a coach really get to throw during coach pitch? This one seems simple enough, and yet the math never seems to add up for most coaches and…

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Coach Pitch Interference

Feb 20, 2021

The rule for coach pitch interference was changed for baseball in 2020 and is now consistent with softball rules. The coach should make every effort (think Neo in the Matrix) to avoid contact with a hit or thrown ball. However, if the coach is hit by the ball, the ball is LIVE and play will…

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Poker Night (Friday, Mar 24)

Jan 26, 2022

Friday, March 24 Join us for our annual poker tournament sponsored and hosted by Back Forty Texas BBQ. This year’s event will again be held in the upstairs lounge at Back Forty in Pleasant Hill. Your entry fee of $85 will include initial buy-in, heave appetizers and 2 drink ticket good for a beer, wine…

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How does the Blue Crew stay sharp in the offseason?

Dec 18, 2022

The Umpire Leadership Team (ULT) continues to meet twice a month during the offseason in preparation for the upcoming season. The ULT examines existing PHBA rules along with changes to Major League Baseball and USA Softball rules which may impact PHBA. The team encourages Blue Crew discussion about the rules, reviewing current tough plays and…

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Hawks Tournament Postponed to May 5