Frequently Asked Questions

What programs does Monroe Baseball and Softball ("MBS") offer during the year? MBS runs programs throughout the year. 

  • The Winter season runs from January through February when we hold instructional clinics.
  • The Spring season runs from March through mid-June. Recreational and travel teams of all ages play during this time of year.
  • The Summer season runs from mid-June through July.  All-star and travel teams of certain ages play during this time of year.
  • The Fall season runs from September through October.  Travel teams of certain ages play during this time of year. We also run clinics for the younger age groups .

Can you give me details regarding the league divisions with Monroe for the Spring season?

Baseball Divisions


  • Tee Ball (Ages 4-6)
  • Rookie (Ages 6-7)
  • A (Ages 6-8)
  • AA/AAA (Ages 9-12)
  • Majors (Ages 10-12)
  • 15U (Ages 13-15)

Softball divisions


  • Mini (Ages 6-8)
  • Minor (Ages 8-10)`
  • Majors (Ages 11-12)

How much does each division cost?

See the tabs across the top for each division of play above (i.e. Youth Baseball, Travel Baseball etc). Prices for active programs are detailed in the descriptions on those pages.

What equipment is supplied by Monroe Baseball & Softball? What do I need to buy?

For Baseball:

For Softball:

  • We will provide a jersey and socks for the Spring softball players.
  • You will need to purchase a softball glove, black shorts or pants, cleats, a batting helmet, a protective face mask and a bat (preferably aluminum).

When are games and practices? 

During the spring, you should expect one practice or game on weeknights (typically Monday-Thursday) and one practice or game on Saturday. Fridays and Sundays are typically reserved for makeup games due to rainouts. The Intermediate and Travel teams will also play on Friday and/or Saturday nights and Sunday.

Are there tryouts?

  • For the Spring recreational teams at the 12 and under age level, every child who registers gets placed on a team.  To form our teams, we hold evaluations that provide a one-time opportunity for team managers to evaluate the talent of the players (throwing, catching and hitting) so they may help to place them as evenly as possible across all teams according to their ability.  These screenings will be held Sunday March 2, 2014 inside the Jockey Hollow gymnasium.
  • For the Summer and Fall teams, there is an evaluation process for determining who be placed on the roster for each team. All players who register to play may not be selected to participate.

What’s the difference between a Manager and a Coach?

See the Volunteer Info section under the Home tab for details.

How do I get involved to Manager or Coach?

See the Volunteer Info section under the Home tab for details.

Can I sponsor my child’s team?

Yes, see the Sponsor Information page under the Home tab for details.