We do expect some precipitation this weekend with chances of rain as high as 60%. Our goal is to get all the games in this weekend. In the event that we do get wet weather, we are hoping it is minimal with little to no delays or games needing to be pushed back. If games are pushed back, we will do our best to get games in before 7/1.
With our spring season wrapping up, Fall Ball is just around the corner. In the 2016 Fall Member Communication link (PDF file below), you will find all the necessary information one may need when considering playing / coaching this fall. As always, please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have, we are happy to help.
Team and player registration will open on 7/1 for all programs
10 games season (8 games TBall)
Post season tournament for 6U CP through 19U
Season opener 8/21 and will play through mid-October
All games will be played at AJ Wilson and Waterwell
The NKCA Baseball League is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation serving the youth of our community since 1945.
The NKCA Baseball League is now in its 70th year, established in 1945, serving the northland. Today, the league is over 200 teams strong with young athletes from all over the Greater Kansas City Area.
Our programs cover all levels of play, for age groups 6U to 19U, Spring and Fall. Players at 6U have the opportunity to play in TBall, Coach Pitch, or Machine Pitch. At 7U and 8U they move to Machine Pitch. At 9U, we begin kid pitch and continue to develop their talents through high school age.
We provide a great venue for players, playing on age specific fields. For teams, they can count on our league for the best field conditions north of the river, many of the administration functions such as registration and a robust web notification system. Our umpires go through a comprehensive umpire training program that includes classroom and field experience.
Our focus continues to be on the development of local athletes, increasing skills that include sportsmanship and team work.
We look forward to serving the northland youth and their families