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    Girls Summer Travel Softball Registration is LIVE!!!!

    Registration for the 2016 Summer Travel Softball program is now live.  Click on the link below to register.  Spaces are limited, so register today to ensure your child's roster spot!!!

    Summer League Travel Registration CLOSES this Friday, May 6th!!!

    As described below, the summer league travel registration is open, however registration closes on Friday May 6, 2016-anyone registering after 5/6 will unfortunately not be guaranteed a spot on a summer team-please act now!

    2016 Boys Summer Travel Registration is Now Open!

    There are some very important changes to the RBSA Summer Travel Program this season.  Please read below for full details.

    FEE:

    The fee for the 2016 Summer Travel season is $130.00 (Excluding uniform shirt which must be purchased for travel programs.  A form and instructions are available at ramseybaseball.com).  

    GUIDELINES:

    Games include TRAVEL with games against other towns (HOME & AWAY).

    The season extends from June through late, July – early, August, dependent on playoff schedules.

    The number of teams and players who can participate will be based on the number of players and coaches interested.  Fee includes all participation costs (e.g., equipment, umpires and league fees).

    Summer Travel is available only for participants of RBSA spring baseball in leagues Tiny Tim-8 through Babe Ruth. who meet league age requirements.  NO EXCEPTIONS. Select teams begin at League Age 10 and continue through League Age 14.  There are no RBSA select teams before age 10.  Your child must be participating in the RBSA Majors to be considered for select Little League teams (ages 10, 11 & 12) and he must commit to playing the entire season through the various levels of the Little League tournaments (District, Sectionals and State).  Parents of Select team members are also expected to volunteer to assist with hosting duties during any District tournament games played in Ramsey.

    AGE RESTRICTIONS - VERY IMPORTANT!!!

    Eligibility for Summer Travel is based on a combination of birthdate, grade and level of play in the RBSA.  It is open to all boys who will be 8 by no later than August 31, 2016, regardless of the league they played in during the 2016 recreation season (e.g., a League Age 8 T-Baller can play 8U summer travel) .

    For boys who are League Age 8 or 9 (e.g. age 8 or 9 as of 8/31/16), they will be assigned by their age only.  NO EXCEPTIONS. 

    However, please note that all players currently playing in TT-8 ARE eligible to play 8U Summer travel, even if they are League Age 7.

    For boys who are League Age 10, 11, 12 or 13 (e.g., 10, 11, 12 or 13 as of 8/31/16), they will have the option of playing by their league age OR playing at their League Age as of 4/30/16).  In other words, these boys are "grandfathered" to the "old" birthdate restriction.

    The default on registration is the "new" date.  If you wish your son to play under the "old" 4/30/16 birthdate, please note that in the "Special Requests" section and the change will be made.

    League Age 14 players (all players who are no older than 14 as of 8/31/16) will play 14U.

    Please use the below calculator to determine your son's league age.

    League Age Calculator

    Use this handy Little League Baseball calculator to determine your son's league age.

    RBSA Team stores are OPEN: Last Opportunity to Order Baseball or Softball Apparel FOR THE SEASON!

    Please see the links below to order RBSA clothing items.

      ALL ORDERS NOW SHIP IN 5-7 DAYS!


    Bergen County Recreation Sofball Association

    For Debutantes, Juniors & Seniors leagues only (Rosters, Rules, Scores & Standings)

    Donate to The Brian Dovidio Scholarship Fund

    It is with great sadness that the RBSA has learned of the passing of Lou Dovidio after a long, brave fight against cancer. Lou's son, Brian, is a freshman at Ramsey High School and played all the way from Clinic through Babe Ruth and he, Lou and Lou's wife Carole were (and are) integral and beloved members of the RBSA family.

    To learn more about Lou and his family, please visit; https://www.facebook.com/Lou-Dovidio-Memorial-Page-739824569488091/

    To donate to The Brian Dovidio Scholarship Fund, please click the secure link below.  Any donation would be greatly appreciated by the Dovidio family.


    Ramsey Baseball Age Qualification/Birthdate Cut Off Notice

    Please closely review the following document for important information regarding the new birthdate cut off changes. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the age determination, please contact Shawn Kirk at skirk@extelldev.com or Matt Miller at MGMiller17@verizon.net.  If your child is born within the May 1st - August 31st window and wish to change leagues from your registration choice, please contact Matt Miller either via e-mail or at 201-264-0531.


    RBSA Board Meeting-Thursday, April 21st @ 8:00pm

    The next RBSA Board meeting will be held on Thursday, April 21st, 2016 at 8:00pm (Finch Park-Senior Center)...all volunteers are welcomed!

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    Follow this link to our Facebook page @ Ramsey Baseball Softball Association for updated information and upcoming RBSA events.

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    Follow this link to our Twitter feed @ RamseyBaseSoft for real time information on the RBSA.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Everything you need to know about the Kindergarten clinic.
    • What is Challenger?
    • Does my child have to play rec in order to be eligible to play on the travel teams?
    • How do Major league evaluations work?
    • If my son wants to play in the Minor leagues does he have to attend the Major league evaluation?
    • How do I register my children?
    • Can my daughter play baseball instead of softball?

    The RBSA requires that all players, parents and spectators must adhere to the NJ Athletic Code of Conduct.

    Interscholastic and youth sports programs play an important role in promoting the physical, social and emotional development of children. It is therefore essential for parents, coaches and officials to encourage youth athletes to embrace the values of good sportsmanship. Moreover, adults involved in youth sports events should be models of good sportsmanship and should always lead by example by demonstrating fairness, respect and self-control.