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Fall and Spring Seasons

The fall season typically starts late September through the end of October.  Fall is a great for player development, especially as kids move up to a new age division.  Fall player ages are based on the age the player will be for the upcoming spring season.

The spring season starts early March, before spring break, and ends mid-May.  All-Star teams are selected from the spring teams to continue competition and tournament play through the summer.

For the fall games, we don't keep official scorebooks and scores, as there are not trophies handed out for the fall season.  Teams typically play 8 games each.   For spring, teams typically play 12 games each, scores are kept and trophies are awarded to winning teams.

Registration Fees - Spring 2019


  • 4u Blast Ball (Beginner)  May 1 2014 -Dec 31 2016 - $90
  • 5u TBall Minors Baseball (Intermediate) May 1 2013 -April 30 2015 - $140
  • 6u TBall Majors Baseball (Advanced) May 1 2012 -April 30 2014 - $140
  • 8u Pinto Baseball (Coach Pitch) May 1 2010 -April 30 2012 - $160
  • 10u Mustang Baseball (Kid Pitch 1st) May 1 2008 -April 30 2010 - $170
  • 12u Bronco Baseball (Kid Pitch 2nd) May 1 2006 -April 30 2008 - $175
  • 14u Pony Baseball (Kid Pitch 3rd) May 1 2004 -April 30 2006 - $180


  • 4u Blastball Jan 1 2014 -Dec 31 2016 - $90
  • 6u TBall Softball Jan 1 2012 -Dec 31 2015 - $140
  • 8u Pinto Softball (Coach Pitch) Jan 1 2010 -Dec 31 2011 - $160
  • 10u Mustang Softball (Kid Pitch 1st) Jan 1 2008 -Dec 31 2009 - $170
  • 12u Bronco Softball (Kid Pitch 2nd) Jan 1 2006 -Dec 31 2007 - $175
  • 14u Pony Softball (Kid Pitch 3rd) Jan 1 2004 -Dec 31 2005 -$180

Coaches and Team Parent Background Check

Coaches must complete a background check every calendar year.  Login to see if yours is still valid.  If not, submit again to be eligible to be in the dugout this season.

What is BlastBall?


BlastBall!® is played with a maximum of 5 players per team. A smaller number, such as 2-3 players per team works equally well.

The defensive players take an infield or outfield position. A BlastBall is placed on the BlastTee and the first batter hits the ball and runs to the BlastBase. If the batter reaches the Base (the only base used) before a defensive player either catches the BlastBall in the air (an automatic out) or fields it and yells "BLAST ", he scores a run. If the ball is caught or fielded and "BLAST " is yelled before the runner gets to the BlastBase, then the runner is out. It’s just that simple!

For more details see the overview and rules document.

Baseball Age Eligibility Rule Change


On December 4, 2018, the MOYSC board held a special meeting to consider changes to discuss and vote on an issue in regards to Age Eligibility cutoff date for baseball players. After learning of a decision made by Centex, the program that organizes our all-stars tournaments, the MOYSC board voted to follow the age cutoff date for baseball players as used by Centex, which is April 30th, beginning in Spring 2019. This will change the age cutoff that was followed for this previous fall. For the upcoming Spring Season, parents will have a choice as to continue to play their child up OR return to the division in which the new April 30th age cut off would allow.


Previously the age cutoff age was changed to August 31st due to PONY and Little League eligibility. MOYSC Communicated a potential rule change in the Fall of 2017, affecting the age cutoff, that changed the date from April 30th to August 31st. The MOYSC felt this was becoming the universal baseball age cutoff. The MOYSC board adopted a plan to roll out the change in phases, with it being fully implemented in the Fall of 2018. MOYSC would start the process in Fall 2018 so that players had time to adapt to the new age cutoff before the Spring 2019 season began.


With guidance from Centex directors, as to the direction Centex was heading in regard to the age eligibility date, the MOYSC board was confident that the rule change that was to be implemented for Spring 2019 was the correct move. Recently Centex leagues held a vote on the age cutoff issue, with the final decision to go back to the April 30th cutoff date.  See break down of birthdates per age division for the Spring season under the League Play page.


Nothing about this process was easy. From the time the original decision was made in Fall 2017, through the roll-out period, and then through final implementation, your board of directors, commissioners, and coaches spent many hours discussing, researching, debating and deliberating the right move for our league. However, as a result of the recent vote by Centex, we have voted to follow the Centex rule, so that our players remain on a level playing field with their competition in the Centex All-Star program.


As a result of our vote on December 4, 2018, future changes of age eligibility will follow the Centex rule.