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Tryouts for the HFLMYB Storm/13U/15U/17U MCBR teams will be held in two sessions:

 

There will be workout/evaluation sessions on Saturday, September 22 as follows:
 

  • 17U  1:00 - 2:00 PM  Moffitt Field
  • 15U  2:00 - 3:00 PM  Moffitt Field
  • 15U Jeter (13U)  3:00 - 4:00 PM  Moffitt Field
  • Storm Team (12U)  4:00 - 6:00 PM  Field #1

 

There will be evaluation sessions on Sunday September 23 as follows:
 

  • 17U  12:00 - 1:30 PM  Moffitt Field
  • 15U  1:30 - 3:00 PM  Moffitt Field
  • 15U Jeter (13U)  3:00 - 4:30 PM  Moffitt Field
  • Storm Team (12U)  4:00 - 6:00 PM  Field #1

 

Please have your son/daughter wear a shirt/jersey with a number on it to the tryouts.

Players trying out for these teams must attend at least one of the two sessions.  IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT PLAYERS ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS.
 

To help us with planning for the tryouts, please
email
Pat Wall (click on his name) if you intend to attend any of the tryouts listed above and let us know which tryout you plan to attend (please include player's name).

If you have any questions regarding these tryouts, please contact Pat Wall (pawall51@gmail.com or 697-4626)

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David A. Lawlor

1947 - 2018



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 17. Age is determined as of April 30 of the year of league play. League play, travel teams, tournament 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 20 members. The league is self-funding using registration fees and other activities to maintain its baseball complex of eight fields (seven in Mendon and one 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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