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The RBSA opening day parade is scheduled for Saturday April 14th, 2018. The parade will start at the NJ Transit lot on Mechanic Street, proceed along Main Street and turn right onto Church Street as we will once again march to Finch Park for our opening day ceremony.

All RBSA teams must attend the parade and all coaches should have their teams in place in uniform at 8:30am. The parade will begin at 9:00am in order of youngest to oldest alternating girls than boys (starting with girl’s clinic, boy’s clinic, through girl’s seniors and boys Babe Ruth). League Presidents will need to get their league teams in place by 8:45am.

Once again we will kick off the Ramsey RELAY FOR LIFE by dedicating the parade and the day to the fight against cancer. The RBSA will again participate in this year’s RELAY with our Team: A Walk off Against Cancer. We will be collecting donations (which can be placed in the collection containers as they enter Field 2) throughout the day at Finch park.

We will also be conducting our team banner contest with the teams with the best banner from each league winning a prize. The color of the day will again be purple to celebrate the RELAY FOR LIFE and the fight against cancer.


Ramsey Renegades Cooperstown team Fundraiser-Thursday (3/29) @ the Mason Jar (5pm-10pm)

Please support the 2018 Ramsey Renegades Cooperstown team by joining us on Thursday, March 29th from 5:00pm-10:00pm @ the Mason Jar (Mahwah).

10% of tracked dine-in sales will be donated and please simply tell your server that you are dining to support “Ramsey Renegades 2018 Cooperstown Team!”

Food and Drink specials with Guest Bartenders:

Pat Featherstone

Scott Larson

Mike Burns

Please see the following flyer for further details and many sincere thanks for your collective support of our Cooperstown team! 


RHS Baseball Beefsteak Dinner on Saturday, April 14th @ 7:00pm-10:00pm

Please see the following flyer for information around the upcoming Ramsey High School Baseball Beefsteak event on Saturday, April 14th, 2018 from 7:00pm-10:00pm at Adorno Father's (575 Darlington Avenue).

$58 per person and seating is limited so please reserve early. This year our goal is to build a brand new Bullpen which will be the best in Bergen County. We greatly appreciate your support!


Modell's 15% discount coupon (good from 3/2/18 to 4/21/18)

Please see the following Modell's 15% discount coupon (which is valid from 3/2/18 through 4/21/18) courtesy of the RBSA. 

2018 USA Bat Standards information

We want to make sure all baseball parents are aware of the new bat standards this year. Most of the major Youth baseball leagues in the US including Little League and Babe Ruth have adopted a unified Bat standard called the USA Bat Standard. The RBSA is following that standard for our leagues from Tiny Tim 8 through Babe Ruth. All bats that do not have the USA BAT Logo will not be allowed this year. The only bats that contain this new logo are 2018 model year bats, so if you have a bat from last year, it is no longer eligible. We have posted information about the new bat standard on our website.

Again, only new 2018 bats with the USA Bat logo are legal this year in TT8 through Babe Ruth. Teeball and Clinic can use bats from previous years. Additionally, for all Babe Ruth participants, please note that BBCOR .5 bats are legal this year in Babe Ruth only. Also note that single piece Wood Bats are Legal across all leagues. Rules on Softball bats have not changed from past years. Please contact me (Shawn Kirk @ with any questions regarding this new bat standard and how it applies to your child.

Please go to for full details or see additional link below:

IMPORTANT LEAGUE NOTICE: Registration for the 2018 Spring season is now OPEN!

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 2018 Spring baseball season is now open!!!

Please read the electronic form in its entirety, particularly on the boys side, since many of the boys will have some options depending on their birthdate.

We have also created a 3 tier-pricing structure. In essence, the sooner you register, the less you pay. To save the most money, please register by no later than (12/31/17).

Please e-mail Matt Miller at with any questions or review our Facebook page @


RHS announces Softball Camp from April 2nd through April 5th!

Great news for softball!

Ramsey High School is offering a spring break softball camp for girls in grades 3-8!  Coach Chris Caserta and his staff led the RHS Girls Softball team to the state finals last year.  He and his staff and players will be running a camp to get our girls ready for the spring season.  If you are not planning to be away for break, this is a great opportunity for the girls to get to know the high school players/coaches and kick off their 2018 season!

Camp runs Monday, April 2nd through Thursday, April 5th (from 9:00am-12:00pm) over spring break and cost is $120 (max $200 for siblings). They will play on the Tisdale fields, but they have turf and indoor space available as a contingency for the weather!

Please complete/return the following registration form by (3/16); and direct any questions to Coach Caserta at


RBSA Board Meeting-TBD

The next RBSA Board meeting date is TBD (Finch Park-Senior Center)...any/all new volunteers are always welcomed to join us!

Thank you Sponsors!

The RBSA would like to sincerely THANK all of our sponsors for their dedicated and generous support (please see current list under our Sponsors tab (on left))!  



Bergen County Recreation Sofball Association

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

Please donate to the Sue Roeller Memorial Fund

It is with great sadness that the RBSA relays the passing of Sue Roeller after a battle with cancer. For those who know the Roellers, you know how much time they devote to Ramsey sports and how instrumental Rob has been in growing Ramsey Baseball.

We would like for everyone to please go to the following Go Fund me link and consider giving a donation in Sue’s memory.  Every little donation helps and would be greatly appreciated by the Roller family.

Please donate to the Brian Dovidio Scholarship Fund

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

To learn more about Lou and his family, please visit;

To donate directly to The Brian Dovidio Scholarship Fund, please click the secure link found on their Facebook page-any donation(s) 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 or Matt Miller at  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.

League Age Calculator

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

Facebook link

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

Twitter link

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?
  • Can my child "play up"?


Find out the answers to the most frequently asked questions.

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.