Sunday November 2 at 9:00am we are having our first fundraising golf tournament at the Ritz Carlton at Dove Mountain. We will be playing the same course the Accenture Match Play was held at in previous years. This is an important event for us to raise the funds needed……..CLICK HERE
The Tucson Youth Baseball Association understands that one of the battles in increasing the popularity of baseball in Tucson is lowering the costs to play the sport. One thing that keeps families away from the sport or drives them away at some time, are the rising costs of equipment. Bats, balls, gloves and cleats are all necessary to play the sport of baseball, but many families in our community cannot afford them……CLICK HERE
Congratulations Nogales Little League!
Ryan Hanson 1980-2014
All of us at TYBA are deeply saddened by the loss of Ryan Hanson, Assistant Coach at Desert Christian High School. His impact on youth baseball in Tucson will never be forgotten. Donations can be made on behalf of Ryan’s Mom Alison, and father, Mike, to Tucson Youth Baseball Association.
The TYBA Baseball Experience
January 11, 2014 at Kino Sports Complex
The clinic will be a one of a kind for the Tucson baseball community. Clinic participants will have the opportunity to interact with multiple current and ex-Major League Baseball players. These professional baseball players will teach the fundamentals of baseball along with techniques to practice at home and advanced tips that have helped them to the pinnacle of their sport. Parents will also be welcomed and encouraged to ask questions and participate in open conversations with these professional athletes at the conclusion and during the clinic.
This year, we will also have The Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run Competition Presented by Scott’s. This competition is open to ages 7 – 14. Participation is FREE and includes 4 levels of competition
WHO WE ARE
Some of our fondest memories growing up is that of youth sports. Organized sports at an early age play a substantial role in teaching us important life lessons. These valuable lessons include hard work, perseverance, self confidence, teamwork, dedication, and how to overcome adversity. The Tucson Youth Baseball Association wants to make these life lessons a possibility for any child that wishes to play regardless of their family’s, team’s or school’s financial status. We want to help provide each child with an opportunity to develop a strong foundation so that they have the opportunity to grow into our community leaders of tomorrow.
The biggest and best youth clinic in America will return January 10, 2015. We are bringing back familiar names such as JJ Hardy, Ian Kinsler, Rollie Fingers and more, along with many new faces, making this years event better than the last. Clear your calendar as registration will start November 10, 2015…….. CLICK HERE
2014 Tucson Youth Baseball Recap Video
Win 57″ Samsung Flat Screen TV
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