Register for the MSHYB 2022 Youth Spring League
All boys and girls born on or after 5/1/2009, who are at least in 1st grade currently, are encouraged to sign up.
Click here to sign up. Registration will close on Dec 15.
The form will guide you through key information we require, some additional COVID-related items, and payment instructions.
Please forward this registration information to your neighbors or anyone you know who may miss the opportunity to register early - new to town, newly interested, renewed interest in the sport.
Some answers to prior questions below. For additional information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay safe, enjoy the fall, and stay warm in the winter. We are excited to keep the momentum going into next year.
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In order to provide the best experience possible, our league is structured based on a combination of age and baseball skills/experience. While the exact structure for 2022 has not been finalized, we are aiming to have our traditional "chain" structure and affiliations at the older age groups at a minimum. We will be taking into account player registration numbers, feedback from chain managers, coaches and parents and our experiences during the prior spring and fall seasons where we have tried different structures to balance safety, competitiveness, and fun. As always, we will not take requests for placement on specific teams.
More information on pre-season assessments, which help determine the appropriate playing level for players, will be provided at a later date.
Coaches and volunteers
The league needs parent participation in order to run smoothly. The more volunteers we have - coaching, field crew, etc., the better for each team, each chain, and the overall season.
Timing and schedules
We typically start in April and run through mid-June. You can expect 2 games per week on average, typically on a weeknight and a weekend, but will vary week-to-week. Practices are left to the team to manage (hence the need for coaches), but we recommend at least 1 or 2 practices as week.
Administrative requirements (proof of age, residency, etc.) and coaches certification deadlines will be published on our website at a later date.
All Gero Park fields, cages, and the Pingry field are closed until spring.
Please stay off the fields so they can be maintained for a great spring baseball season.
See below for spring 2022 registration information.
In compliance with the Millburn Rec department and the New Jersey Department of Health, the following rules will apply to all MSHYB events:
For further information see the below NJHDOH site:
See below document for MSHYB Participation Rules and Guidance
A reservation is required to use the cages. Please bring proof of your reservation with you to avoid any issues at the park. Please use the following link to to view availability, and be sure to review the rules for using the cages and instructions on requesting a reservation below.
Rules while using the cages:
Instructions for requesting and confirming a reservation:
Note: rules subject to change as usage patterns emerge.