Friday, December 15, 2017

CDAA Traveling Baseball 2018 


Traveling Baseball Coach Application

Traveling Baseball Registration:

Online Registration

Online registration begins January 7, 2018 and ends on February 22, 2018 for Traveling baseball. Please log into your CDAA account to begin registration.

 

Please email baseball@cdaasports.org if you are unable to register online.

  

Traveling Baseball League Information:

 

CDAA traveling teams play in the Gopher State Baseball League. Teams typically play a 16 game schedule. Approximately half the games will be in Champlin/Dayton and the other half will be played at other cities in the league. In the past, other cities have included Andover, Anoka, Blaine, Brooklyn Park, Elk River and Maple Grove. A limited number of games may be further away. Games are generally on weekday nights and most weeks will have two games, however there may be times when games are played on weekends. CDAA traveling teams generally play three to four tournaments during the summer, in addition to State Tournaments in the event they qualify. Practices begin in mid-March and the season starts in early May and ends late July. Generally there is one “AAA” and one “AA” team for each age level.

 

      

 

Other Information:

   

Parent Informational Meeting

There will be a parent informational meeting (February 22nd, 7-8pm) in the South Lecture Hall at Champlin Park High School.  The meeting is designed to help answer any questions about tryouts, team formation, leagues, games, tournaments, costs, etc. If you have questions please feel free to send an email to baseball@cdaasports.org.

 
Coaches

The only way the CDAA baseball program is successful is because we have been fortunate to have adults willing to volunteer their time to coach. If you are interested in coaching a traveling baseball team, please complete the application at the top of this page and turn it in to baseball@cdaasports.org no later than December 27, 2017. 


Practice Schedule
P2P Pre-Season Travel Practice Schedule

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