Simi Youth Baseball: Welcome

Spring teams are formed. For late registration, please contact your division player agent.

PONY Baseball has OPENED BOUNDARIES for our Region. Come Play at Simi Youth and be eligible for All-Stars with No Penalties.

Important Upcoming Dates:

  • April 22nd: Sub-Zero Dineout 
  • April 25th: Movie night under the stars for all ages. We will also have a contest to name our new mascot this night with a fun prize! (Date change from original date on calendar.)
  • April 27th: Old School Dineout
  • May 2nd: Carl's Jr. Dineout 
  • May 3rd: Dodgers game, no SYB games. Didn't get tickets? Come anyway! 
  • May 11th: Cronies Dineout 
  • May 16: Closing Day and Championship Games at 9:00am (Pinto through Pony)
  • June 4-8 & June 11-15: SYB Odds & Evens All-Star Kickoff Tournaments

Visit SYB's Facebook "Group" & "Page" to stay updated...

SYB Facebook Group - Communicate with families, share game highlights/photos, sell youth baseball related items, etc.
SYB Facebook Page - "Like" this new page to get important league updates on events, flyer's etc.
SYB Instagram Page - Follow SYB on Instagram and help spread the word! Don't forget to add #simiyouthbaseball to your photos!


ABOUT SIMI YOUTH BASEBALL:  SYB is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers. For more than 50 years we have been providing a safe place for the youth of our community to play baseball, make new friends, and of course build self-confidence and self-esteem.

PONY (Protect Our Nation's Youth) Baseball has developed a tradition of service to young people...teaching them to play by the rules, so that they will learn to live by the rules.
Our baseball complex is one of the best and safest in the nation with new Professional Grade Turf Infields. We currently have 5 divisions. Pony 13-14, Bronco 11-12, Mustang 9-10, Pinto 7-8 and Shetland 6 and under.

SYB has established itself as one of the most competitive all-star powerhouses in the country. Since 2004, 23 SYB all-star teams have advanced all the way to the PONY World Series, winning 9 World Series Championships in that time -- the latest being our back-to-back 2013 Pinto-7 and 2014 Pinto-8 World Series Champions.

We are located in the Simi Youth Baseball complex at 789 Irvine Road Simi Valley, CA 93065 (just off Madera Rd), near the Sinaloa Golf course. The complex is 1 mile northeast of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and 3 miles south of the 118 freeway. To reach someone by phone, please visit our SYB Board of Directors page to contact the appropriate person.


Wednesday, April 2
Current field conditions...

Please stay off bullpens when wet.

Upcoming SYB Tournaments

For more information, visit Xtreme Diamond Sports Tournaments Page

Thursday, December 18
2015 Rules

For updated 2015 SYB League Rules, please view the handout.
Handout: 2015 SYB Spring Baseball Rules

Thursday, February 12
2015 Spring Schedules

2015 Spring Schedules Online - New Mini Website Link

Please note: It was a large task putting together these schedules with the number of teams we have this year and the use of regularly scheduled Monday games for the first time.  It is recommended that you always review the online schedules to verify upcoming game dates & times.  If you see any errors or problems with these schedules, please email and we will try to make corrections.  Thank you and have a great spring season!!!

Tuesday, February 24
Sunday, May 3 - SYB Dodger Day (Details Updated)

Jackie Flame will distribute pre-purchased tickets this Saturday night at SYB's Remember the Titans Movie Night Under The Stars - beginning at 7pm, to the person who requested the tickets (if there's a large group). If you cannot attend that event, she will be at SYB from 8-10am on Sunday at the Mustang field.

If anyone who hasn't purchased through SYB would like to join us at the May 3rd SYB Family Dodgers game, you can still purchase tickets through Dodgers online! We are seated in sections 30, 34 and 36 of Infield Reserve's first base side. Tickets are now $30 through Dodgers. If your player is dressed in his or her SYB jersey and hat, he or she is welcome to take the field with the league 90 minutes before the game!


  • Our parking guidelines have changed. We recommend you purchase parking in advance. Purchase advanced parking at a discounted rate, view freeway routes and parking maps at General parking is $10 in advance, $20 at the gate. Bus parking is $35 in advance, $50 at the gate. You can also park in Lots 13 and 14* for $5 in advance. *These are sold on a first come, first serve basis. Please note: There is a short 10 min uphill walk from these lots. 
  •  When arriving to the stadium you will be directed to park in a specific parking lot and space based on the parking gate you enter. 
  •  If you will be arriving via bus, enter through the Sunset Gate and park in Lot 12. 
Stadium Entry Guidelines
  • Dodger Stadium is a family-friendly environment. Guests determined to be impaired due to alcohol consumption may be refused entry into the stadium. 
  • To familiarize yourself with Major League Baseball directives regarding increased security measures, please visit:
  • If you have questions on what items are allowed in Dodger Stadium or regarding other guidelines, please visit:
Sunday, May 3 – Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks
Parking Gates: 10:30pm
Stadium Gates: 11:00pm
Game Time: 1:10pm
Promotions: Kids’ Yasiel Puig Replica Jersey presented by Kellogg’s Rice Krispie Treats *first 15,000 ticketed kids 14 and under in attendance; Visit Viva Los Dodgers before the game! From 11am-1pm, you can enjoy music, food, games, and more! Viva is located in the Historic 76 Station and is completely free with your game ticket; Kids Run the Bases presented by New Balance - After the game, kids 14 and under can run the Bases, just like their favorite Dodger players! Youth Baseball and Softball Parade  


Saturday, March 21
Simi Youth Baseball congratulates former SYB All-Star Christian Yelich on his new seven year MLB contract with the Miami Marlins!!!!

The Miami Marlins and outfielder Christian Yelich have agreed to a seven-year deal worth $49.5 million, according to multiple reports Wednesday.

The deal also includes a club option for an eighth year and is expected to be made official Sunday, according to reports. Yelich, 23, emerged as one of Miami's top young players last season, batting .284 with nine home runs and 54 RBIs.

"He's very mature for his age," Marlins manager Mike Redmond told reporters Wednesday morning. "It's amazing when you watch him play and watch his at-bats, and his approach, how professional they are at such a young age.

"He's hungry, and that's what you want. You want young guys to come to the big leagues, and they aren't satisfied with one good year. They want to be better, and that's how you build championship teams, is to have young players that are hungry and want to win, and will do whatever they can to help the ballclub."

A first-round pick in 2013, Yelich is part of a talented Marlins outfield that also includes All-Star slugger Giancarlo Stanton and 24-year-old Marcell Ozuna.

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Wednesday, December 3
SYB Needs You!