Palm Bay Youth Softball: Welcome

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  Palm Bay Youth Softball is celebrating 27 years of softball excellence.

 Recreational co-ed slowpitch softball ages 3-18.

Senior age division 18-20. Division will be based on player count (minimum 36 players)


 

 SPRING REGISTRATION IS HERE!

PLEASE SEE CALENDAR FOR REG. DATES AND TIMES.

Spring Registrations rates are as follows:

$70 a child and a $160 family limit 

EVALUATIONS AT PALM BAY REGIONAL PARK ON

FEB. 13 9-12 NOON 

We also will be having registrations at the same time as

evaluations if you still need to sign up for this season. 

Please come and join us in playing this wonderful sport

and are you intrested in coaching as well? Please sign up

to coach as we are always in need of help. Again, all

of us at PBYSA say thank you for your support and

please know that you are what helps us be great, see

you on the field! 

Please like us on Facebook and spread the word about us to

everyone.

 


 

 

 

 

  WE DO NOT HAVE BOUNDARIES, ALL PLAYERS NEW AND EXPERIENCED ARE WELCOME.

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Tuesday, January 5
New home for PBYSA



 

Palm Bay Youth Softball Association Inc. PO Box 60403 Palm, Bay, Fl 32906

To all the supporters of PBYSA,

It appears that you are being heard. Knowing of the upcoming battle brewing at the city council meeting Thursday we were contacted this afternoon by the Parks Department and asked to have a meeting which we agreed to. In this meeting the city has proposed that PBYSA relocate to the softball complex located at Palm Bay Regional Park towards the West end of Malabar Road. The softball complex at Regional Park is very similar to the facilities that you are used to at Liberty Park. It has four well maintained fields surrounding a central area containing concessions, restrooms and bleachers. It is a newer facility than Liberty and will accommodate our growing league for several years. The final pieces are being put into place and we should have a solid agreement in place within the next week. The city of Palm Bay is finishing negotiations to acquire the park from Brevard County and that should get finalized Tuesday the 12th. Shortly thereafter we should be able to begin our move to our new digs. At this time we are still scheduling registrations at Liberty Park at the times listed on our website. www.pbsoftball.com.

I would like to thank everyone who was willing to stand with not only PBYSA but for all the youth leagues in our city. This proposed move will now allow all of the youth softball/baseball leagues to have room for their upcoming season and for years to come. It proves simply that if we all stand together to be heard we can accomplish important things. I will be posting more information soon about our upcoming move and how it will affect you. At this time we will no longer be meeting at city hall on Thursday night. I repeat we will NOT be meeting at city hall Thursday night.

I thank you all once again for your help in this manner and hope to see you soon at the ball field.

Sincerely,

Brian Ritenour

President PBYSA



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