Youth Baseball

EVRPD Offers four recreational baseball programs for children starting at 3 years of age all the way through 14 years of age. These offerings are intended to be instructional progams that focus on skill development, psoitive socail interaction, teamwork and fun. All participants will get playing time. Programs that are league based will have two practices per week during the season.  All participants will receive shirts and hats as part of the registration fee. Scholarships are available for all EVRPD youth sports, but are limited. registering and applying for a scholarship early is encouraged. For more detailed information please read the program details provided below.

Four Star Baseball

The EVRPD Four Star Baseball program is a recreational travel league comprised of teams from smaller Front Range towns.  Four Star focuses on fun, sportsmanship, and knowledge of the game, with a taste of higher competition than some of our other baseball offerings. Due to the nature of this program parents should expect to travel to and from games. We will also host some home games during the season as well as travel. Some games mat be cancelled due to weather and will be resceheduled if the schedule and time permit.
 

Tee-Ball Baseball

EVRPD is sponsors a Youth Baseball program during the summer. These leagues emphasize basic skills, rules, sportsmanship, and fun.  Players will use a soft baseball hit from a tee to overcome the fear of being hit by the ball.  Players will be placed on teams with volunteer coaches. Practices and games will be held at the Stanley Park ballfields.  Parents are encouraged to volunteer coach.  

Coach Pitch Baseball

EVRPD is sponsors a Youth Baseball program during the summer. This league emphasizes basic skills, rules, sportsmanship, and fun.  Players are pitched to by the coaches.  Players use a soft baseball to overcome the fear of getting hit with the ball. Players will be placed on teams with volunteer coaches.  Practices and games will be held at the Stanley Park ballfields.  Parents are encouraged to volunteer coach.