The Harris Township Junior Baseball Softball Association (HTJBSA) emphasizes the education of baseball and softball rules, teaches the fundamentals, mental and physical development, a respect for the rules of the game, and basic ideals of sportsmanship and fair play. In all aspects, HTJBSA is committed to providing the youth of our community the very best educational, sports experience possible. It is our fundamental belief that every child with a desire to play baseball or softball be afforded that opportunity.
What’s happening at Harris Baseball Softball…
Harris and USSSA
Harris Baseball Softball Executive Board has voted to improve our park by sanctioning with USSSA Baseball and Softball. The main benefit for our members is no BOUNDARIES!!! You can now play with your friends from anywhere. We will still offer an All-Star path that would allow an All-Star team to play in a World Series held in Orlando, Florida at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex.
Rec Fees for 2016
Harris Baseball Softball Executive Board has voted to reduce Rec fee’s for the 2016 season.
$50 - 4U Instructional Coed
$75 - T-Ball
$100 - Machine Pitch
$100 - Minors ages 9-10
$100 - Majors ages 11-12
$100 - Seniors ages 13-15
$75 - 6U ages 5-6
$100 - 8U ages 7-8
$100 - 10U ages 9-10
$100 - 12U ages 11-12
$100 - 14U ages 13-14
$100 - 16U ages 15-16
$100 - 18U ages 17-18
*families with multiple players living in the same household will only be charged $50 for each additional player after the oldest age player fee has been paid.
***we will offer a completely voluntary fundraiser in the spring to help defray registration costs as well as fund field improvements.
Open letter to our fall ball volunteers
To All Our Fall Ball Coaches and Volunteers.
Thank you very much for all the work that you have put in to make this fall ball season work. I know that fall ball can be.....interesting. The work that you have done will be something that these kids will look back on in the years to come as part of what made them who they are.
On behalf of all of us at Harris, thank you.