Fall Baseball - 2023 Season
Registration Dates - July 5 thru July 22
On-Line Registration* - July 5 at 8:00 AM thru July 22 at 11:00 PM
In Person - July 5 thru July 21 - Weekdays only from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM
Location: Alabaster Parks & Rec Office, 200 Depot St, Alabaster, AL 35007
The player's age as of April 30, 2024 determines the placement of the player into the age division.
- T-Ball - age 4 - boys and girls
- Rookie (coach pitch) - ages 5 and 6
- Farm (coach pitch) - ages 7 and 8
- Minor (player pitch) - ages 9 and 10
- Major (player pitch) - ages 11 and 12
Fees & Payments
Rookie thru Major: $110.00**
Non Resident fee: Additional 10% per child
Multi child discount: 10% after oldest child is paid in full
We accept Cash, Debit, Visa, Master Card, and Discover. No Checks accepted! For cash payments, please bring the exact amount owed as change will not be provided by our office. Registration forms will not be accepted or processed without payment.***
Service Fee: When paying with a debit/credit card online or at the Parks & Rec Office, there will be a 3.5% service fee assessed by Municipal Pay Services, AL. The City of Alabaster receives no additional revenue from this fee.
*City of Alabaster Employees: You will need to register in person or contact Nik McCrimon. This applies to those who receive their paycheck from the City of Alabaster. It does not include employees of Alabaster City Schools.
**All fees are subject to change.
***For special arrangements, contact Parks & Recreation. Our goal is to provide an opportunity for every child to participate.
The mission of Alabaster Youth Baseball and Softball is to teach the fundamentals of baseball and softball to every child who wants to participate in park ball. The hope is for every child to have a positive experience and develop his/her skills and knowledge in the sport they are participating in. Kids should learn fair play, to be competitive, to have good sportsmanship and to be team players. We pride ourselves in providing a positive atmosphere in which families can come together at a local place to fellowship and watch their kids play.