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Mt. Rainier Baseball Association
P.O. Box 804
Enumclaw, Washington
Mt. Rainier Baseball Association - Cal Ripken League

Mt. Rainier Baseball Association - Cal Ripken League

Mt. Rainier Baseball Association

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Evaluations for MINOR and MAJOR divisions will be Wednesday, Feb. 8th @ EMS.  Check in will begin at 6pm for both divisions.  Please wear tennis shoes (no cleats) and bring your glove.  You may bring your own helmet and bat but we will have some available for use.  Please follow the link in the links menu to register on-line. If you have not paid your registration fee, please be prepared to do so before the evaluation.  This is the last scheduled evaluation.  If you are unable to make this date, please let us know and we can make arrangements.  You MUST be registered by Feb. 8th even if you are unable to attend as registration will close that day. 

Please send any questions to 

Rookie and T-Ball are not required to attend evaluations.  

Registration is OPEN!

You can register on line at

To be linked directly, go to the Links menu on the left and select On-Line Registration to access the registration form. 

Registration is now open for Tball, Rookie, Minor, and Major Divisions.  Ages and Fees are as follows:

T-Ball:  Age 4 to Age 6  $50

Rookie:  Age 7 to Age 8  $100

Minor: Age 9 to Age 10  $100

Major: Age 11 to Age 12  $100

***Registration Fees do not need to be paid at time of registration. Major & Minor fees can be paid on the day of the evaluation. Rookie & T-Ball fees must be received by March 3rd.***

 You may request to play up a division by sending a request to the President @ 

The field schedule is still being worked on.  Days and times of games for each division has yet to be determined.

We have funds available for scholarships.  Applications are available in the Handouts section. Please email your completed application to

Evaluation dates will be posted this week.  


Message from the President

MRBA is back for the 2017 Season!  The executive board has been established with enthusiastic new members that are willing to work hard to make a fair, organized, and fun season.  Planning has begun and we are excited to share with you some of our plans.  We have spent time reviewing the survey results as well as feedback from the community members and we are doing our best to address all of the pain points. 

1. COST - MRBA is well funded and we want to give all kids the opportunity to play ball.  For this reason, we will be reducing registration fees.  The actual fee schedule will be posted when registration is live.  In addition, we provide all players in all divisions with a jersey and belt (that will be returned at the end of the season), game pants and hat (that the players get to keep).  Players are only required to provide a glove, cleats, and protective cup (cleats and cup not required for t-ball). Personal helmets and other equipment are optional for you to purchase and will be provided by the league.  MRBA will never require you to purchase additional under shirts or socks, these can be purchased on your own if wanted. 

2. FUNDRAISING - We have the best fundraiser around...Flower Baskets!  We have been able to keep funds in the bank by doing this one fundraiser each year.  For your convenience, you have the option of choosing a buy-out rather than participating.

3. TRAVEL - We understand that parents have busy schedules and have a hard time traveling out of town on weeknights.  It is our goal to keep all weeknight games and all t-ball games on the plateau.  If local out of town games are needed, we will schedule them on weekends.  The more registrations we have the more likely this is to happen.  

4.  COACHING - We are going to be investing in our coaches to make sure the people working with our children are fully prepared and trained.  We are offering coaching clinics to ensure that our coaches have all of the tools they need to help our children be successful.

5.  FIELDS - We feel strongly that it is important for our children to have the opportunity to play games on well-maintained fields.  This is for safety and convenience for all.

6. VOLUNTEERING - Volunteering is not mandatory but is encouraged.  The more parents and community members that we have that are committed to making a difference, the more successful we will be.  You do not need to serve on the board to be involved.

Online registration will be posted soon.  Once you receive notification, please share the link with your friends and neighbors. Let's get together as a community to build a strong league and have a fun and memorable season of baseball with MRBA!

See you on the field!

Brandon Chevalier, President 






Rain Out Line  360-825-4342

The line is updated by Enumclaw Parks at 3:30 p.m. each weekday and 1-2 hours before game time on the weekends during the spring baseball season.


Please contact Branndi Otero with any revisions/comments/suggestions regarding information posted on the website.


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