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2022 FALL BALL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

Wheaton Briarcliffe Youth Baseball (WBYB) is excited to announce that registration for 2022 Fall Ball is now open.

The 2022 Fall Ball session will offer five divisions based on the grade level students will be attending this fall (1st, 2nd, 3rd/4th, 5th/6th and 7th/8th).

As always, Wheaton Briarcliffe’s focus is on fun, teamwork and sportsmanship while providing for increasing levels of play and competition for all players. We strive to provide outstanding coaching across all levels, ensuring players receive instruction on the fundamentals, rules, and respect for the game to progress as a player.

Registration will close on Friday, July 29th. Registrations received after the cutoff date may be accepted if there are spots available but will incur a late registration fee.  Any family rescinding registration beyond Wednesday, August 3rd will be subject to an administrative fee to cover the cost of an ordered uniform.

Please note that due to demand, league sizes are limited and determined based on coaching availability. Registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis and anyone registering after the league limit has been met may be placed on a waitlist until team placement can be guaranteed. Please register early to ensure your spot. Full payment is required to complete registration.

The season will run from mid-August through mid-October (weather permitting). A post-season tournament will be played during the final week/weekend for the Pinto League and above.

Fallball League Offerings

Note: Please review league offerings carefully to make sure your child is appropriately placed.  Players should typically be registered for their own grade but can play up one level if parents/coaches feel the child’s experience and skill level is appropriate. Players may not play down a level unless they have a medical reason, and the move is approved by the WBYB Board.

Methodology on team formation:

For the Pinto and Mustang divisions, the Briarcliffe Baseball evaluation process and no friend request policy has worked well for many years. Taking reasonable efforts to balance the talent on teams has resulted in exciting games for all participants by reducing the number of lopsided scores and over-matched teams.  We also believe that mixing with kids from different schools and making new friends is an important part of the youth baseball experience.