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Duluth Youth Baseball & Softball (DYBSA) is excited you have chosen to view the opportunities we have available for boys and girls ages 3-18. Thru our partnership with Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation the baseball & softball program operates each year on a fall and spring schedule. DYBSA is comprised of volunteers in order to offer low cost programs for the Duluth Community. We encourage interested volunteers and local businesses to partner with us. By working together our children can become confident future leaders. For more information about our programs, please click here:
Click here to view a complete listing of events

 

Duluth Parade, September 27, 2014
Click here for details
 
 
 

DYBSA Spirit Wear 

All orders and payment must be received by this Saturday, 9/20/14

Contact: Akisha Johnson - kessiejohnson29@gmail.com

Click here - Spirit Wear Order Form

 

  

 

Welcome to the 2014 Fall Season of Baseball & Softball

 

Click here to view 2014 Fall game schedules

  

Fall registration is now closed, keep us in mind for Spring.
Registration opens up January 2015

 
Special Announcements
 
1st Place Battle at the Branch Winner - 15U Travel Baseball Team
Head Coach - Tim Barrineau
 
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Mr. Shorty's Home Run Club

To be eligible to receive a shirt, a player must hit the baseball/softball OVER the fence or into the netting of the field designated for that age group. The hit must be designated a home run by the umpire of the game ~ no "inside the park" home runs will be awarded. Shorty's Home Run Club shirts will be issued for the player's first home run only.

 

Baseball League 

Nate Lee joined 5/2013

Alfonso Nunez joined 5/2013

Juan Guerrero joined 5/2013 

Alex Olivares joined 5/1/2014 

Hunter Greenwell joined 5/3/2014

 

Softball League 

Teresa Stemp

Faith Lawrence joined 5/31/14

  


 

#Operation Project Give - Don't throw out the old stuff! Bring your gently used baseball and softball equipment to the concession stand. This equipment will be donated to needy families. Items desired are: Helmets, bats, cleats, baseballs/softballs and gloves.