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2024 Season Information

Practice and Game information:

Practice can start the week of April 1, 2024. Coaches will contact their teams to schedule practices. Please let us know if you haven't heard from your player's coach by April 6th.

We will be scheduling scrimmage games, which will start around the week of April 15th. Scrimmage games will give players the chance to play more games and will give our umpires a chance to practice umpiring. They will not count toward season standings. Scrimmage games will NOT be rescheduled due to inclement weather.

Games will start the week of April 29,2024 and will go until around the beginning of July. A city tournament will take place for those in the Minors, Majors, and Juniors division the week after the regular season ends. Tee Ball and Rookie (Machine Pitch) are guaranteed 10 games and Minors, Majors, and Juniors are guaranteed 12 games. Games will be rescheduled if they are cancelled due to inclement weather. Games will be played Monday through Thursday. Make-up games will be scheduled for the next Following Friday.

Tee ball, Rookie (Machine Pitch), Minors, and Majors divisions play at the Field of Dreams Baseball Complex located at 1355 E. K Street. We are right next to Lincoln Elementary. There is a designated tee ball area between fields 5 and 6. Rookies (Machine Pitch) play on fields 1 and 2, Minors play on fields 3 and 4, and Majors play on fields 5 and 6. See the map below to find your fields.

Game Changer:

We will be using the Game Changer app for communication and scorekeeping. Both parents and coaches need to download the Game Changer app for their phones.


You must add your team to Game Changer before players and parents. Please click here for instructions on how to add your team to Game Changer. Make sure that you are signing in with the email you registered with.

Please do not create a team in Game Changer.


If you are already registered on the Game Changer app, your team will appear when your coach has imported the team.

If you are not registered, you will receive an email inviting you to sign up on the Game Changer app.

Please make sure the email you use for Game Changer is the same email as the one you used to register.

Contact our team parent coordinator Bethany Moore at [email protected] if you have any questions or concerns about Game Changer.

Uniform/Equipment Requirements:

A uniform shirt and a baseball cap will be provided to each player. Players should purchase baseball pants (any color), a belt, socks, and cleats. An athletic cup is required for boys playing catcher and is recommended, but not required, for any other position. Sliding shorts are optional.

Shoes with metal cleats are NOT permitted in T-ball, Rookie (Machine Pitch), Minors, or Majors divisions. Metal cleats are acceptable in Juniors division.

Each player should have a baseball glove, a baseball bat, and a batting helmet. Teams are provided an equipment bag that contains batting helmets and a team bat that players can use if they do not have one. Batting gloves are optional. Each team is also provided catcher's gear but catchers may also wear their own gear if desired.

Bat Requirements:

Tee Ball (Ages 4-6):
All tee ball bats must have the USA Baseball T-Ball stamp on the barrel.

Rookie (Machine Pitch), Minors, and Majors (Ages 7-12):
All bats must have the USA Baseball stamp on the barrel.
Maximum Bat diameter is 2 5/8.

Juniors (Ages 13-16):
All bats must have the BBCOR .50 stamp on the barrel.
Maximum Bat diameter is 2 5/8.
The Louisville Slugger Meta -3 BBCOR bat is NOT ALLOWED.

Solid one piece wood bats are permitted for use in all divisions and must conform to Rule 1.10, which states: The bat shall be a smooth, round stick not more than 2.61 inches in diameter at the thickest part and not more than 42 inches in length. The bat shall be one piece of solid wood.

No laminated or experimental bats shall be used in a game.

Baseball Glove sizing recommendations (from

Here are some general recommendations for baseball glove sizes.

  • A 5-year-old child or younger should use a glove that is 9″ – 10″.

  •  A 6 to 7-year-old child will need a glove that is 10″ – 10.5″.

  •  An 8 to 10-year-old child needs a glove that is 10.75″ – 11.5″.

  • An 11 to 12-year-old child typically wears a glove that is 11″ – 12″.
Children ages 13 and up often play specific positions, so they may choose a glove specific to that position. First base gloves are usually around 12", infield positions are usually 11.25"-12", and outfield positions are usually around 12".

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Casper Youth Baseball

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1966 
Casper, Wyoming 82602

Email Us: [email protected]
Phone : 307-215-3161
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