Spring 2019 Registration is OPEN

Coppell Baseball offers two programs:  Recreational and Select/Premier League.  These programs are designed to promote growth and competition.  The majority of our players participate in the Recreational Program. Select/Premier League Team are formed through a tryout process each fall and spring season.   During your registration you will be allowed to submit your registration payment and select league placement. For fees and age cut offs go to the FAQ section of the web site.
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KEY 2018 DATES (click on title to open)

16 Feb
Rec. coaches look
02.16.2019
30 Mar
Spring rec. games
03.30.2019 9:00 am

What equipment is provided and what equipment do I have to supply?


The CBA provides recreational league teams with catcher’s gear, pitcher’s helmet and chest protector and batting tee as needed. Also depending on the age group a score book and practice and game balls will be provided. The CBA provides all necessary equipment for BlastBall including Tee, Balls, Foam Bat and special Blast Base.

The CBA provides uniforms for Recreational leagues for each player.  Uniforms include team jersey and baseball cap.  The CBA also provides the head coach and one assistant coach a team baseball cap and uniform.

Batting Helmets, Baseball Gloves and Bats are not provided to players. It is highly recommended that all players wear a protective cup at both practices and games. Additionally, most players wear rubber baseball cleats. No steel cleats are allowed. Due to the use of the foam bat and ball in BlastBall, there is no requirement to wear a batting helmet or use a baseball glove – these are optional.

For U9-U10, batting helmets are required to have a face guard.

 

Bat Regulations

Bats can be very expensive so buying a used bat is not a bad idea (Play it Again Sports or other family’s may have bats from older kids). Getting the right bat may the most important purchase you make (especially in coach pitch). Players using a bat that is too heavy usually will hit the ball softly to pitcher, 1st Base or 2nd Base (easy outs for most age groups with live pitching). By using a lighter bat, the player will generate more bat speed and pull the ball to shortstop or 3rd Base (much harder play to make for most age groups). It is as small thing but can be the difference between your child getting on base and having more fun versus the easy outs.

Bat weight is measured by the minus or drop weight which means the drop weight is the difference between the length and weight of the bat, so a bat that is 27 inches long and has a drop weight of -10 will weigh 17 ounces. You might look at a -12 (drop 12) for players that are smaller or new to the sport and may not have the swing speed for a bigger bat.

Players playing in older age groups, select, premier or tournament level baseball may have more regulations to choose from regarding bat weights.  Most leagues will be looking for USSSA, BBCOR or NHSF approved bats.  Please use the 2 links below for guidelines.

http://usssa.com/baseball/baseball-baseball-bat-marks/              

https://www.usssa.com/baseball/baseball-withdrawn-andor-non-compliant-baseball-bat-models

 

SELECT - MAJORS, AAA AND AA

  • Coppell Cowboys 10U Red Wins USSSA State Championship Tournament

    Coppell Cowboys 10U Red Wins USSSA State Championship Tournament

  • 10U Coppell Cowboys Red Wins USSSA Trophy Hunter Tournament

    10U Coppell Cowboys Red Wins USSSA Trophy Hunter Tournament

  • 10U Coppell Cowboys Red Win USSSA Nothing But Wood NIT BLD

    10U Coppell Cowboys Red Win USSSA Nothing But Wood NIT BLD

  • 12U Cowboys-AAYBA

    12U Cowboys-AAYBA

  • 9U Coppell Cowboys Drennings

    9U Coppell Cowboys Drennings

  • Duncanville

    Duncanville

  • Argyle Tournament 13U Cowboys Nguyen

    Argyle Tournament 13U Cowboys Nguyen

  • Coppell Black 11U Tournament Win

    Coppell Black 11U Tournament Win

  • Coppell Cowboys 9u Drenning won our first tournament of the Spring.

    Coppell Cowboys 9u Drenning won our first tournament of the Spring.

  • Spring 2018 2nd at TSB Tourney

    Spring 2018 2nd at TSB Tourney

RECREATION, PREMIER AND ALL STAR

  • CBA 12U All Stars Colleyville Champs

    CBA 12U All Stars Colleyville Champs

  • U7 Astros

    U7 Astros

  • U8 River Dogs

    U8 River Dogs

  • U10 Blue Jays

    U10 Blue Jays

  • U12 Astros

    U12 Astros

  • Coppell Cowboys 8U Black

    Coppell Cowboys 8U Black

  • 12U All Stars finish 2nd place in Bracket 2 of the Advanced Rec Division at the DFW World Series

    12U All Stars finish 2nd place in Bracket 2 of the Advanced Rec Division at the DFW World Series

  • Coppell All Star Black 8U won second place in the Flower Mound / Highland Village All-Star Tournament

    Coppell All Star Black 8U won second place in the Flower Mound / Highland Village All-Star Tournament

  • Diamond bracket champions, 9u

    Diamond bracket champions, 9u