Fall Ball team signup is now closed.
Fall Ball Coach and Player registration links - For Fall Ball players can be added during the season as long as they are from your boundary and not already rostered to another Fall MCBR team.
After a long wait and weeks of administrative preparation, we are glad to see the MCBR teams/players get back on the field this week. Remaining on the fields is now up to the coaches and players to adhere to our RTP Safety Plan-Full document of criteria and guidelines linked in the right side panel. Key Items:
Field owners also reserve the right to add further restrictions to our Safety Plan and each coach must know their field owner's rules. Also, Fields Owners and the MCBR Board reserve the right to restrict teams from further rentals/games should they determine teams are not following the MCBR Safety Plan or their specific field rules. Everyone needs to be vigilant and always maintain proper 6ft spacing to avoid face covering on the sidelines (other than player family group stations). Know the guidelines. Every coach has them and was instructed to review with all team parents; and they are posted on the right side panel. Please work together for a safe and compliant full season.
ROSTERING NOTE: no additional players/coaches can be rostered from this point on without a signed waiver submitted to (firstname.lastname@example.org) from the coach requesting to add the player. A player, or coach, is not covered by insurance until rostered; its a two step process; Register/waiver then we roster them to the team when approved.
(SportsAndRecreationMasterGuidance.pdf - issued June 18 & 26, 2020 by Gov Cuomo)
We are in daily contact with USSSA. USSSA insurance is not active for any team traveling between COVID regions in NYS as that kind of inter-NYS COVID regional play is not permitted per Gov Cuomo's guidelines in the document linked above (except travel only between the counties that border each COVID region). Teams should contact USSSA NYS Rep Gary Godden for information about USSSA insurance coverage for team events outside NYS. (email@example.com)
NOTE: Teams/players/families/Coaches that travel to restricted states, per the NYS list of restricted states, you are expected to follow the NYS 14-day quarantine requirements upon arriving back into NYS-link below.
Articles from USSSA (our Governing Association) and from NAYS (our Coaching Certification Resource):
This MCBR Participation Waiver/acknowledgment is now part of the player and coach registration interview and wet hardcopy signed form is no longer required for those registering after Sept 10th.
2020 Season Registration Closed-except by League permission -Season is about over-Coaches can request to add emergency players for final games through their League President. (it's best to use a non-business email address so emails from MCBR website mail system are not scrubbed by corporate domains or end up in Spam folders)
Coaches Registration Link (A Participation Waiver Must be Signed and submitted) (Must be part of an approved Town Program Team or approved Club team)(coaches that need to be rostered on two teams need to notify the registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org) All COACHES MUST READ ALL THE INFO PAGES UNDER THE MORE+ MENU TAB and COMPLETE THE BACKGROUND CHECK APPLICATION USING THE LINK IN THE INFO LETTER ON THE COACHING CERT/BC PAGE.
Player Registration Link (Player must already be selected by a Town Program team)(A Participation Waiver must be signed and submitted)
2020 League Fees have been posted to the League Fee page.
Note: the 8u-12u bat rules are the same as last year. Any youth USSSA/BPF bat and any youth USA Bat of any size barrel can be used. Each standard comes in several barrel sizes. 13u and up players can only use BBCOR -3 and players cannot use BBCOR -3 for 8u-12u.
Check out the USSSA site here for additional bat rule info.
Established in 1994, Monroe County Baseball Region (MCBR) is the leader in providing premier travel baseball to youth players in and around Rochester, NY.
We are a 501(c)(3) with over 150 teams competing in MCBR every spring, players ranging in age from 7 to 17 are given the opportunity to not only compete against the areas finest youth players, but also improve their skills, demonstrate sportsmanship, and prepare for the next step in their baseball careers.