What age group should my child play?
For SPRING 2019:
Your child should play whatever age he will be on May 1, 2019.
For example: If he is 7 right now, but will turn 8 before May 1st, therefore being 8 in May, he should play 8U baseball. If he will still be 7 on May 1st. He should play 7U baseball.
Where are practices?
Practice day/times are determined by the individual coach of the team, but typically are at a local Colleyville school or church one to two times per week.
When are the games and how many will be played?
Recreational League - A single practice and a single game per week. Most games are played on Saturday mornings with an occasional game (1-2 per season) during the week. Recreational will play between 8-12 games all at the Colleyville City Park location.
Premier League - Up to two practices a week and games at multiple locations including Colleyville, Grapevine, Southlake, etc… Games may be double headers. Most games are played on Saturday/Sunday with occassional game during the week. Game times and locations will vary on Interlock System. Premier will play between 8-12 games in addition to tournaments.
Select League - At least 2 practices a week with the potential of multiple weekly games including a strong tournament schedule. Potential double header games. Game times and locations will vary based on TEBA (Texas Elite Baseball Association) and tournaments scheduled.
Elite League - At least 2 practices a week with the potential of multiple weekly games including a strong tournament schedule. Double header games should be expected. Game times and locations will vary based on TEBA (Texas Elite Baseball Association) and tournaments scheduled.
What all is included in the Rec and Premier League cost?
The cost covers insurance, use of fields, cap, jersey, games, and umpires.
I attended a CBA tryout and have not heard anything yet? What do I do?
Our CBA coaches typically try to form their teams quickly after the tryout. If you have not heard directly from a coach within two weeks of the tryout. I would suggest attending the next tryout or coach look.
My 12-year-old son wants to play Premier?
Unfortunately, right now we only have Premier for 6U-10U. A 12-year-old would have to play in our Elite, Select, or Recreational League.
Is the Recreational Coach-Look a Tryout?
No, the Recreational coach-look is not a tryout. Everyone is placed on a team. Our recreational coach-look is only for ages 7U and up. All people registered for younger age groups will be placed on a team by CBA.
What is Blastball?
Blastball is the 3-year-old and 4-year-old intro to baseball. It is played with a foam bat, squishy ball and 1st base squeaks when they step on it. It is designed to give them the first introduction to the structure of the game. For example, once they swing and make contact, they run toward 1st base, etc. Parents are allowed on the field with the players.
What is the difference between 5U Tball and 6U Modified?
5U Tball- All players bat in each innning. Players will hit of a tee. All players play in the field defensively, regardless of number of players. Game is over after 50 minutes or 4 innings. Score is not kept.
6U Modified- 3 outs or 5 runs per inning. The batter will receive 3 pitches from a coach, if unable to hit, the batter will then receive 3 attempts from a tee. All players play in the field defensively, regardless of number. Game is over after 65 min or 5 innings. Score is kept.
Questions about our rules?
Questions about Bats?
All bats must be USSSA stamped per the posted CBA rules.
Bat Policy CBA will follow current USSSA bat policy, 7.01.C: All bats for age divisions 14U and younger must be permanently stamped with the new USSSA 1.15 BPF Mark, or BBCOR.50 Certified Mark or made of wood and manufactured by a licensed USSSA manufacturer. All bats for scholastic divisions (Class of) must conform to the National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS) bat standards including a length to weight ratio no greater than negative three (-3) ounces. These bats must be permanently stamped with the BBCOR.50 Certified Mark or made of wood and manufactured by a licensed USSSA manufacturer. Also, as the CBA does not restrict bat diameter, you advantage you son by purchasing a bat that is larger than 2 1/4 in diameter. TRAVEL TEAMS - these rules apply to the CBA recreational league only, bats restrictions will be dictated by the governing body of the venues you compete in. Please feel free to contact any board members with any bat questions you may have.