Saturday, February 17, 2018
Travel Player Eligibility Requirements

Travel Player Eligibility


CDAA Traveling Baseball is a community based program that participates in the MYAS Gopher State Baseball League. Following the MYAS/Gopher State Baseball guidelines (
http://www.myas.org/baseball/guidelines-for-organizations/) a player is eligible to participate in CDAA Traveling Baseball subject to the following:

  1. Complete and paid-in-full registration.
  2. Player is in good standing (no active code of conduct or disciplinary issues) and participates in the tryout process.
  3. Residency – Player’s primary residence is in Champlin or Dayton or they are attending school within the borders of Champlin Park High School (Anoka Hennepin School District 11). Home-school and private-school players are eligible if their primary residence is within the boundaries stated above.
  4. Petitions – Special circumstances may arise that require a family to petition the Baseball Board. For example, they may not want to participate at the AAA level. Each petition is unique and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The Baseball Board may consult with MYAS but has the final authority on each petition.

If a player lives outside of the above boundaries and would like to participate in CDAA Traveling Baseball they MUST obtain an “Official Player Waiver” from their current association. If a player is not waiving into their neighboring association, a waiver must be completed by every association that is geographically in between the two associations per MYAS guidelines.

If a player lives in Champlin or Dayton and would like to participate in traveling baseball with a different association, they MUST obtain an “Official Player Waiver” from CDAA Traveling Baseball.

A
ll waiver requests, into or out of CDAA Traveling Baseball, should be submitted to baseball@cdaasports.org. Each waiver request is unique and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. The Baseball Board may consult with MYAS on each waiver before choosing whether or not to approve. The waiver process is only valid if the current association is willing to waive the individual out of their association, the receiving association is willing to waive them into their association AND MYAS approves the waiver.


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