2023 Spring Baseball
The Helena Baseball Program is affiliated with USSSA Rec.
December 31st thru January 28th
• Online Registration: Dec.31st at 8:00AM and go thru Jan. 28th at
• In Person fitting and registration Jan.29th from 1:00PM-4:00PM at
Helena Parks & Rec. office located in the Helena Community Center.
• $170.00 for Baseball – Rookie thru Metro
• $ 120.00 for T-Ball Baseball – 3 & 4-Year-Old
• Multi child discount: $10.00 after oldest child is paid in full
The player's age as of April 30,2023 determines the placement of the
player into the age division.
• T-Ball - age 3 and 4
• Rookie (coach pitch) - ages 5 and 6
• Farm (coach pitch) - ages 7 and 8
• Minor (player pitch) - ages 9 and 10
• Major (player pitch) - ages 11 and 12
• Metro (player pitch) - ages 13 and 14
Coaches always needed. IF you are interested in coaching please contact the park office.
For more information email Scott Verner @ [email protected]
or call 205-620-2877
BALLFIELDS ARE OPEN FOR PRACTICES AND INDIVIDUAL USE. PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK OFFICE TO SCHEDULE PRACTICES OR TEAM GATHERINGS.
In order to reserve a Helena field:
Cost of a field is $30.00 per practice (1.5 hours)
Your team must be at least 60% Helena players.
Provide team insurance to park
Provide official team roster with addresses of players.
All practices must be scheduled through the park office.
NEW BAT RESTRICTIONS FOR 2012 AND BEYOND
Bat Performance Factor (BPF) is the standard for bat safety. BPF is a measure of a non-wood bat's performance relative to wood bats. Most non-wood bats manufactured over the past year or 2 have been permanently imprinted with the BPF on the taper of the bat. To comply with the new regulation, EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2012, non-wood bat must (1) display a BPF of 1.15 or less or (2) be a qualified BBCOR bat or (3) be a wood bat in order to be legal for Metro sanction play for ages 14U and younger.
Note: BBCOR - Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution. This is the new, more-accurate test that is replacing BESR. Like BESR, it is used to ensure that aluminum and composite bats play similarly to wood bats, but it also accounts for how bats perform after they've been broken in.
Please contact Bill Miller if you are interested in serving as a head coach or an assistant coach at [email protected].