Fall Leagues

Updated Thursday June 27, 2019 by Saint Charles Youth Baseball.

Overview

The purpose of the Fall Baseball League is to provide a program in which players can continue to develop and enjoy playing baseball beyond the Spring Program. To help form teams and to provide an opportunity to play with their friends, we allow teams to be formed by coaches. The season will start in mid to late August and continue through early-October. Weekday and weekend games will be played during the first 2 weeks of the season. After that, most games will be played during weekends only (except where lighted fields are available).

Fall Season Structure

The ages for each league are based on age as of Aug 31st for GBA, BYB, and STC.

  • Rookie (STC Bantam):
    • 6 years of age (incoming 1st graders)
    • 12 regular games depending on weather
    • No tournament
  • Mustang:
    • 7 years of age (incoming 2nd graders)
    • 12 regular games depending on weather
    • No tournament
  • Minor:
    • 8 and 9 years of age (incoming 3rd and 4th graders)
    • 12 regular games depending on weather
    • Single elimination tournament
  • Major:
    • 10 and 11 years of age (incoming 5th and 6th graders)
    • 12 regular games depending on weather
    • Single elimination tournament
  • Pony:
    • 12 and 13 years of age (incoming 7th and 8th graders)
    • 12 regular games depending on weather
    • Single elimination tournament
Team Formation Rules
Recreational Division
  • 10-12 players per team
  • Coaches can recruit up to 9 players
  • Split of First Year and Second Year players, with limits as follows:
    • Only Two travel players per team.
    • No more than Five Travel/In-House Tournament Team/House All-Star players
    • For Minor, Major, Pony Leagues:
      • 10 player team: 5 first year, 5 second year players
      • 11 player team: 6 first year, 5 second year players
      • 12 player team: 6 first year, 6 second year players
  • Must be residents of Geneva, Batavia, or STC due to Park District restrictions. Travel Players are defined as a player who played full time travel baseball in the spring for any program including independent teams not associated with GBA, BYB, or STC.
  • If additional players are needed, League Presidents will work with coaches to fill roster with eligible players.