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CABSA
Cheat Area Baseball/Softball Pony League located in Cheat Lake, WV just outside Morgantown housing age groups from 4-12 years.


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American Legion Baseball
Since 1925, The American Legion has sponsored a nationwide youth baseball program. During these past seven decades, millions of young players have enjoyed playing baseball. The American Legion and their 2.8 million members have raised millions of dollars each year for players to learn the importance of teamwork, discipline, leadership and good sportsmanship. The American Legion sponsors American Legion Baseball to give players an opportunity to develop their skills, personal fitness, leadership qualities and to have fun.


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Pony Baseball/Softball
PONY Baseball and Softball is designed to "Protect Our Nation's Youth" by providing experiences in youth baseball and softball that will help young people grow into healthier and happier adults.   


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Little League Baseball
Better than any other youth sport activity, baseball and softball have become the thread that has sewn together a patchwork of nations and cultures around the world. Children in diverse nations such as Israel, Jordan, Russia, Germany, Japan, Canada, Australia, Poland, Mexico, China, Venezuela, South Africa and the U.S. have discovered baseball and softball -- Little League Baseball and Softball - are ways to bring their people a sport that mirrors life itself.


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Babe Ruth Baseball
Over fifty years ago, a group of men dedicated to the youth of America met in a suburb of Trenton, New Jersey, and formed what became the very first Babe Ruth League. This group of men eventually agreed to name Marius D. Bonacci as the “founder” of the program which was initially registered under the name Little Bigger League. The program was renamed in 1954 when Claire Ruth, Babe Ruth’s widow, who had learned of the merits of the organization and its tremendous growth, met with the administrators. She subsequently gave the organization permission to change its name to Babe Ruth League. She has been quoted as saying, “Babe Ruth was a man who loved children and baseball; he could receive no greater tribute than to have a youth baseball program named after him.”


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Call Ripken Baseball
In addition to it's four subsidaries, Ripken Baseball maintains a solid partnership with Babe Ruth League, Inc. and helps the league with its corporate sponsorships, marketing and league growth. In 1999 the youth baseball division, youth ages 12 and under, was renamed The Cal Ripken League. Today, the 12 year old division of the Cal Ripken League competes in the Cal Ripken World Series annually at the Ripken Baseball Youth Academy.


AAU Baseball
AAU Baseball


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USSSA Baseball
The primary focus of USSSA Baseball is the development of programs that allow teams of all skill levels to compete against one another. USSSA believes the overall development of all players can be enhanced by the experience and fun of national tournament play. Until now the majority of players were denied this opportunity because of their skill level. USSSA Baseball offers programs for four levels of play. Major and AAA programs are national programs that culminate in a World Series. The AA program is a regional program ran by the participating states that culminates at a National tournament. The A level is for recreational teams and is at a state level only.


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Dixie Youth Baseball
The most fundamental intent of the organizers of Little Boys Baseball, Inc., was to develop a program which would emphasize local autonomy. It was our philosophy and belief that the parents and workers in each local league know what is best for them and their children. Since the mores (customs) of our people vary from community to community, even within the same districts, it was necessary to leave such things as night baseball, team selections and league operation up to the local leagues. There were imposed upon the leagues certain fundamental rules that were deemed necessary for good organization and which would keep one league from gaining an unfair advantage over another such as boundary and population limits, the number of teams in a league and the age brackets.


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National Federation of State High School Associations
The mission of the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) is to serve its members and its related professional groups by providing leadership and national coordination for the administration of interscholastic activities which will enhance the educational experiences of high school students and reduce risks of their participation.


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Dizzy Dean Baseball
Dizzy Dean Baseball, Inc. has been organized as a youth baseball program for all youth regardless of sex, religion, race or color, five (5) through nineteen (19) years of age. The game is played on a baseball field suitable to the physical development of growing youngsters. The main purpose of this program is to expand Dizzy Dean Baseball, Inc. and to provide a recreation outlet for as many youth as possible with emphasis being on local league play rather than tournament play. However, state tournaments and Dizzy Dean World Series are for leagues wishing to participate.


USA Baseball
USA Baseball


   
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