An Outstanding Youth Baseball Organization for Over 54 Years
We have been a longstanding contributor to the community by providing a fun and safe environment for our youth to play baseball. We are the only chartered members in the North Penn Valley of Little League Baseball Inc; the largest, most respected and recognized youth sports organization in the world. For ages 4-18 years old.
Serving the North Penn Communities; Hatfield Township, Hatfield Borough, Lansdale, North Wales, Towamencin, Montgomeryville, Kulpsville, Upper Gwyneed, Souderton, Harleysville, and other surrounding communities.
Junior / Senior Leagues Fall Ball
North Penn Raiders Baseball Fall Ball offers both developmental and competitive baseball programs.
Players will be assigned to the Fall Ball age division they will play in Spring 2015.
Fall Ball registration is open and teams are starting to form. Games begin in early September and continue thru the end of October .
North Penn Baseball Fall Ball programs runs during September and October.
Our Fall Ball program will offers a developmental atmosphere along with real-time instruction – a proven and effective method for players to learn. The goal of Fall Baseball is to give the kids a chance to play some extra baseball, brush up and improve their skills, prepare for the upcoming spring season, and most of all HAVE FUN!
All Players will be assigned to the Fall Ball age division they will play in Spring 2015.
Practice begins in Mid-August. Games begin in early September to the end of October .
Choosing a Baseball Program
There are many quality baseball programs these days. The North Penn Baseball Association program is CERTAINLY one of them! As parents and players are trying to choose one baseball program over another, we believe certain factors should be considered:
Continuity over the years
One of the things we recommend to parents is to find a comprehensive organization where you can stay in ONE and not hop from one league, team and coach to another, it not only creates saftey issues but, confussion as well. We recommend you find a program that has a wide variety of experienced and quality coaches that your son can learn from both during winter off-season training programs, as well as coaching and mentoring during the baseball season itself. Try to make sure that the program has a good reputation and affiliations. Simple, quick phone calls and/or questions of people around the playing fields can answer these questions.
NPBA Approach Our approach is pretty simple. We go the extra mile to provide the best experience possible for our players.
We LOVE what we do, and it SHOWS
Youth baseball is our passion. We provide a safe and enjoyable environment for all program participants. We stress positive coaching and an environment where everyone is given the opportunity to succeed. North Penn Baseball Association programs help players and their families enjoy the baseball experience every time they step on a field.” All of our programs follow our 5 Step Guiding Principles:
Make it fun
No skill is required to work hard and give it your best
Emphasize the fundamentals
Incorporate A Progression Of Skill Development For Every Player
We Innovate; Our programs teach our players good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect, so that they will become well-adjusted, stronger and happier. It also provides athletes an environment in which to develop the skills they will need to play at the middle school and high school level. But a primary goal of ours is to develop young men that demonstrate in both word and deed that they are “class” athletes on and off the playing field.
The Challenger Division of North Penn Little League is a program for mentally and physically disabled youth to enjoy the full benefits of Little League Baseball participation in an athletic environment structured to their abilities.2014 marks the 25th Anniversary of the Little League Challenger Division. During the past 25 years many dedicated individuals and leagues have worked together and made a difference in the lives of over 100,000 Little League Challenger Division participants. To highlight the 25th Anniversary of the Challenger Division, we would like to tell the story of the program from the perspective of those who have dedicated their time and efforts to make it possible.
Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to
baseball bat information, which is available through the Little League website.
Click here to find the latest bat information, including the 2013 Little League Baseball
rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of
composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers.
The North Penn Baseball Association in accordance with The North Penn School District, Lansdale Borough and Hatfield Township codes prohibit smoking anywhere on school district property and Borough / Township Athletic fields; near the fields, snack bar and parking lots.Please respect this policy for the health of our players, children, and spectators.