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Nederland Babe Ruth league is having sign ups at the Nederland Recreaction Center today from 11 am until 2pm. Cost is $165 for one player and multiple siblings are $115 each.  Also February 8th and the 15th at the same time and same place. All 13 to 15 year olds from Jefferson, Orange, Hardin,  and Chambers counties are eligible to play. Come and enjoy some fun baseball this spring.

Contact Gary Toups 4097180118 

                 Rickie Collins 4096262906

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The deadline for registration for the Nederland Babe Ruth League has been extended for the next two Saturdays February 22nd and 29th at the rec. center in Nederland on Ave. H. The hours are from 11am until 2PM. You may also register on line until  March 21st.

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************ATTENTION TRYOUT DATE***************

One and ONLY one tryout will be conducted on May 14th at 6pm. Show up time at 545 to warm up. For the returning players on the Yard Goats and Roughriders you will need to try out. Show up in proper baseball attire. The draft will be held after tryouts. If you do not make tryout you will be a hat pick. 

Walk up Sign-ups are welcome at the cost of $165. Tentative date for Opening Day will be May 30th. 

Parents please practice social distancing while in stands or sit in cars. Not our rules. Plenty of room down foul lines to stand. 

Thank you for your patience and the League is excited for season to begin. Please password.

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