Registering a Player

Updated Sunday February 4, 2018 by Joshua Ream.

Registering or Starting a New Account?

If this is your first time visiting our online registration area please create an account and then setup profiles for the rest of your family. When you create a new account you are registering yourself first, as the head of your family, and you can then add additional adults (other parent, grandparents, guardians, etc.) and children into the account. All information entered about each individual will be collected and stored, so that you never have to fill it out again, including verification of age. In the future if you move, change phone numbers, have a new child become eligible to play it is easy to edit or add additional information. This will allow the system to automatically find the next available activity for your child and allow you or another adult to sign up to manage or coach.

Please have the following information ready to go:

  • Names (Parents and Children)
  • Address (Street, City and Zip)
  • Phone Numbers
  • Date of Birth / Age
  • School of Attendance
  • Email Address
  • Any Medical History
  • Other Sports Participation
  • Jersey Sizes (if known)
  • Payment Method

Right now we have registration open for 2018 Summer Baseball at all levels (6-14 year olds).

We greatly appreciate your continued support and interest in Boys Baseball of Aurora. We hope this new service increases our ability to better serve our families!

Adaptive Recreational Baseball League - 2018

Any girl or boy who will attain the age of five (5) before May 1, 2018 through young adults shall be eligible to compete in Boys Baseball of Aurora's Adaptive Recreational Baseball League. Boys and girls from the entire Aurora area, as well as surrounding communities, may register for participation. Every athlete participating in the ARBL must have a cognitive or physical disability that prevents them from playing in other leagues.

Boys Baseball of Aurora will assign athletes to teams on a week by week basis depending on the number of participants that show up that day. All participants will be able to play each week they show up, no one will sit out. Players will receive a cap from Boys Baseball of Aurora with a t-shirt adorned with the ARBL/BBA logo accompanied by their favorite number and name on the back. Optional equipment: pants, socks, gym shoes and ball glove, if desired, would be supplied by parents.

Summer Baseball - 2018

Registration is closed

Any child who will attain the age of eight (8) before May 1, 2018, and who will not attain the age of fifteen (15) before May 1, 2018, shall be eligible to compete in Boys Baseball of Aurora Minor, Major or APL League. Kids from the entire Aurora area, as well as all surrounding communities, may register for participation.

All returning players who are staying on the same team are required to register. Kids who are moving from the Rookie League to the Minor League (8 year olds), from the Minor League to the Major League (11 year olds), from the Major League to APL (13 year olds) must register AND attend a player evaluation.

All new players in Boys Baseball of Aurora AND those players moving from one level to another must attend the player evaluation which will be held on April 8, 2018, at West Aurora High School in a fieldhouse (Red). The Evaluation Schedule will be posted on the website in the future but will be roughly as follows:

8 Year Olds - 9:00 am
9 Year Olds - 9:45 am
10 Year Olds - 10:30 am

11 Year Olds - 12:00 pm
12 Year Olds - 1:15 pm

13 & 14 Year Olds Last Names Starting A-L - 2:30 pm
13 & 14 Year Olds Last Names Starting M-Z - 3:45 pm

Players should bring gloves, wear gym shoes and be prepared to participate in fielding, throwing, hitting and running situations. APL players will be allowed to pitch and catch as well, so bring additional equipment as required.

Boys Baseball of Aurora holds a Minor, Major and APL League draft where eligible boys are selected by teams in each League. All boys are selected. Players will receive a sponsor T-shirt/jersey, baseball pants, cap, and socks from Boys Baseball of Aurora. Parents need to supply spikes (rubber for Minor and Major; metal for Pony) and ball glove.