PRESIDENT & FUNDRAISING DIRECTOR
Vice President, Program Development & Varsity Head Coach
T-Ball & Coach Pitch Director
MACHINE PITCH & MINOR LEAGUE DIRECTOR
Majors & Babe Ruth Director
Travel Team Director
You don't have to be on facebook to keep yourself informed. Check out the facebook feed below for all club communication!
THANK YOU to all who joined us at Community Baseball Night and Baseball weekend! It was great to see so many happy kids and families.
Also a huge thank-you to all who brought in food donations! We collected over 100 pounds (!!!) of food for Five Loaves Food Shelf.
1. All T-Ball will be played on MONDAY nights.
2. All Coach Pitch will be played on TUESDAY nights.
3. Volunteer requirements have been changed for this upcoming season, so please be sure that you read through the requirements listed on our website carefully. Highlights listed below.
To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available.
If you have an outstanding balance with the NRBC due to prior year registration balance or unpaid volunteer obligations you will be contacted and your registration will be held until those charges are paid in full. Contact NRBC treasurer Kelsey Rode if you have payment concerns or questions.
Registration is not complete until your account is paid in full. Any outstanding invoices from previous seasons must be paid in full.
For the 2022 MBL/MBT seasons, MBL/MBT will allow the use of both USA, USSSA , and BBCOR approved stamped bats in our leagues as well as in tournament play. The decision is in part to simplify the rules and regulations in both league and tournament play in Minnesota and western Wisconsin. The following bat regulations will be in place:
Bats - The following pertains to the legality of bats in the MBL/MBT for the upcoming 2022 season.
9-11 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part: 2 1/4", 2 1/2”, 2 5/8” or 2 ¾” with UNLIMITED weight differential and a USSSA or USA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards.
12-13 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part: 2 1/4" or less with UNLIMITED weight differential and a USSSA or USA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards.
12-13 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part: 2 1/2", 2 5/8”, or 2 ¾” barrel with Maximum minus 10 weight differential (Drop -10) and a USSSA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards. USA mark bats can have a Maximum minus 11 weight differential (Drop -11)
14 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part: 2 3/4" or less barrel with a maximum minus 5 weight differential (Drop -5) with USSSA or USA mark and meet Bat Performance Standards OR a Maximum Minus -3 weight differential (Drop -3) on a BBCOR Certified bat. (This includes 14/15A Division)
15 year olds - Maximum diameter at the thickest part: 2 5/8" or less with a Maximum minus 3 weight differential (Drop -3) and be BBCOR approved.
WOOD BATS ALLOWED AT ALL AGES
If you have any questions please reach out to TJ Huber.
The weather in Wisconsin can be challenging and unpredictable in the springtime! The New Richmond Baseball Club may decide to cancel a practice or game due to weather conditions. As a youth program, we will will always put the safety of the kids first!
Any cancellations will be posted on the NRBC Facebook page. If you do not have FB, you can still access that information on the Facebook widget on the NRBC home page on our website. This is the fastest and easiest way to reach the large amount of families in our program.
Please note that we only post cancellations. NRBC does not post for practices or games to continue as planned. If you do not see a post for a cancellation for your specific league or a post that says ALL of baseball is cancelled, please assume that your team will still practice or play their game as scheduled. PLEASE ALSO NOTE: There are times where we may cancel baseball practice/games for some leagues, but not all. We consider the age level when making cancellation decisions for each league when there is light weather. This consideration is more common for the youngest baseball leagues (T-ball or Coach Pitch) as compared to the older leagues or even the In-House versus Travel Leagues.
If there is inclement weather, the NRBC board of directors monitors the weather considering current conditions and predicted radar over time (rain, thunder storms/lightning, tornado watch, etc.). We strive to make decisions and notify families as early as possible. However, there are times when we do hold off as late as possible if there is a chance the weather conditions would improve and the kids could still play ball. We appreciate your understanding as we do the best we can to ensure safety of the kids.