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REGISTRATION FOR THE MAJORS DIVISION (11-12) IS CLOSED.  IF YOU WERE INTENDING TO REGISTER FOR MAJORS, PLEASE CONTACT ERIC NELSON TO BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST SHOULD A ROSTER SPOT BECOME AVAILABLE.  ANOTHER OPTION FOR 12 YEAR OLDS IS TO REGISTER FOR OUR JUNIORS TEAM.

REGISTRATION IS STILL OPEN FOR ALL OTHER AGE GROUPS.



ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THE 2017 HOUSE LEAGUE SEASON IS OPEN -- PLEASE CLICK ON "REGISTER (REG SEASON)" ALONG THE LEFT HAND SIDE OF THIS PAGE



FREE BASEBALL UMPIRE TRAINING

The Genesee Valley Umpires Association (GVUA) will be conducting umpire clinics THIS WINTER during the months of February and March.  The GVUA is the local umpire organization that covers local youth baseball leagues, High School leagues, and adult baseball leagues.  They are looking to recruit new members who may be interested in becoming CERTIFIED umpires.  Training will include classroom instruction as well as on the field training with CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL UMPIRES.  Once training is complete, umpires will be eligible for PAID umpiring assignments ranging between $50 - $100 per game.  Classes will start February 5th!

To register or for more information please contact:

Rodney Lund
membership@gvua.com
(585) 261-6784
http://www.gvua.com

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HFLMYB offers baseball to approximately 400 children and teens in Honeoye Falls, Lima, Mendon and the surrounding area. Opportunities to play start at age 4 and continue through age 18. Age is determined as of April 30 of the year of league play. League play, travel teams, and “Fall Ball” opportunities provide a range of competitive alternatives and allow those who are so inclined to play from spring to fall.

HFMYBL Inc. is a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization. The league is run by a volunteer board, which currently consists of 19 members. The league is self-funding using registration fees and other activities to maintain its baseball complex of nine fields (seven in Mendon and two in Lima), purchase equipment and uniforms, pay umpires and conduct tournament play. The league receives no government subsidies to support normal annual operations. 



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