Since 1943 the KC 3 & 2 Baseball Club has been providing competitive youth baseball in Kansas City, Missouri.

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2023 Machine Pitch Program
 
The Machine Pitch Program provides a great experience for all participants.  The program is designed for players in 1st or 2nd grade that will be 7 and 8 years old on May 1, 2023.)  Machine Pitch Player Registration will include a Uniform DriFit Shirt and Hat.

Kansas City 3&2 Baseball will help provide required team equipment as neccessary including a catching gear, baseballs, and batting helmets.  
 
Our goal is to assign players to individual teams based family preference, school, and neighborhood.  We will need volunteer parents to be Head Coaches and on-field assistants for these teams.
 
Kansas City 3&2 Baseball Coed Machine Pitch Program
  • $129 per Player
  • 1st or 2nd Grade - 7 or 8 on May 1, 2023
  • Uniform Shirt & Hat provided
  • Practice will begin April 1
  • Most Games will be played May 1 - June 30 on Monday - Thursday evenings
  • Practices & Games at the Kansas City 3&2 Baseball Complex
  • Teams will be created from registered players
  • Volunteer Parent Coaches Required

 

Click Below to Register Player (no Machine Pitch Team Registration required)

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Since 1943 - Providing competitive youth baseball in Kansas City, Missouri.
 
The 3 & 2 Baseball Club of Kansas City, Missouri has provided competitive youth baseball in Kansas City since 1943. Mr. George VanBecelaere had the foresight to acquire the land at Bannister and Blue River Roads in 1963 and designed and constructed the five beautiful diamonds being used today.  Former long time league President Mr. John Hager instilled the “love of the game” for all youth that played and has touched the lives of over 65,000 youths and counting.  The current volunteer board is working hard to ensure a great product on the field for players, coaches, umpires, parents, grandparents, concessions staff, and the community.