The St. Albert Co-Ed Youth Baseball League was formed in the late 1990s to introduce young children to team play, good sportsmanship, and the great game of baseball. Skills such as throwing, catching, base-running, hitting and field position responsibilities are taught by volunteer parent coaches.

Teams will play tee ball or machine pitch.

Players are assigned to teams by age groups and turned into CB Parks & Rec.

Who can sign up?

  • Boys and girls currently enrolled at St. Albert in 4 yr old Pre-K through 2nd grade.

Registration is $40 which includes:

  • Opening day practice on May 5th 9-11am: Meet your coach and teammates, get your shirt and hat, and participate in a mini-camp with SA players at SA's Chuck Wolever field.

  • CB Parks and Rec games (schedules TBD) - we will pay CB Parks and Rec out of the this fee. You do not need to pay CB Parks and Rec directly.

  • Equipment including bats, balls, helmets, bases, tees and access to pitching machines. Players are required to bring their own baseball glove. They are are welcome to bring their own bat and helmet. Please label all equipment with player's name.

  • Coaches may need to collect fees for additional practices.

St. Albert youth baseball shirts and hats

St. Albert youth baseball shirts and hats are worn for all games. They can be purchased for $10 each. They are the same shirts and hats that were used in the 2013-2017 seasons. We plan to use these shirts and hats for future seasons as well.


Tee ball: games will be Mondays through Thursdays in June at 5:45 or 6:45pm with practice time built in prior to the game. Teams can expect about 6 games.

Machine pitch: games will be Mondays through Wednesdays June through mid-July at 5:45 or 7pm. Teams can expect about 8 games.


CB Parks & Rec tee ball games will be played at Roberts or Sunset Park.

CB Parks & Red machine pitch games will be played at River City Baseball Assn. Complex.

Opening day practice (May 5th) at St. Albert's Chuck Wolever Field.


Deadline is April 15, 2018

Parks & Recreation suggests the ages for tee ball be 5-6 years of age. However, if a child will be entering kindergarten next fall he or she can sign up. Suggested ages for machine pitch is 7-8 years old. A child is not eligible if he or she is 9 years old before August 1st. However, if your child is age 9 or older before August 1st and you still want to sign him up for Co-Ed machine pitch, please do so. We will discuss this situation with the head of Parks & Recreation to see about an accommodation and let you know well in advance of league play. The above ages are suggestions and if you believe your child can play in machine pitch but is only 5 or 6 please let us know on the registration form and he or she will be placed accordingly.

Parent Help Needed

Volunteer coaches and assistants are needed for each team. Sign up for this on the registration form.

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