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Allisonville 8U

  • AYBS boys baseball All-Stars starts at age 8.
  • 8U will play 14 league games and 10 All-Star games for an estimated $225 per player.
  • 3 coaches will be chosen by AYBS board members by May 1st of each 8 year old season.
  • The 3 nominated all-star coaches will ask for AYBS boys Minors coach player nominations for All-Stars by May 10th of each baseball season.
  • After receiving nominations coaches will determine whether AYB will field one or two all-star teams based on depth of players and family feedback in terms of interest/availability.
  • The 3 nominated coaches will split rosters evenly if two teams are fielded or if one team is fielded the 3 coaches will nominate the top 11 for one team with alternates for scheduling purposes.
  • AYBS boys baseball will use 8 year old All-Star baseball and as an evaluation opportunity to view players development for future all-star teams.

Allisonville 9U

  • 9U will play 13 league games, 8 Sunday Showcase games, and 12 All-Star games for an estimated $240 per player.
  • The 3 nominated all-star coaches will ask for AYBS boys Minors coach player nominations for Sunday Showcase/All-Stars by April 15th of each baseball season.
  • AYBS boys baseball will use 9 year old All-Star baseball and Sunday Showcase as an evaluation opportunity to view players development for future all-star teams.
  • After receiving nominations coaches will determine whether AYB will field one or two all-star teams based on depth of players and family feedback in terms of interest/availability.

Allisonville 10U – 12U

  • Ages 10-12 will ask for manager nominations for Sunday Showcase on April 15th of each season.
  • At ages 8 & 9 if there are two teams they should be split evenly. At ages 10 & up there should be an “A Team/Red” and a “B Team/White”.
  • Sunday Showcase/All-Star scheduling should be communicated to parents in March to review family scheduling/interest.
  • At age 10, 11, & 12 AYBS will field one or two teams and at these ages we’ll field one “all-star” team or two teams to be split by performance into a “Red” team and a “White” team.
  • At ages 10, 11, & 12 the three AYBS nominated coaches will each rank players 1-20, etc. The 11 players with the lowest avg. ranking will be nominated for the “Red” team and the remainder will be slotted to the “white” team or alternates in the event that there is not a “white” team.
  • 11 players is an ideal number per team.
  • League play and Sunday Showcase will provide evaluation opportunities for all players.
  • The goal of Sunday Showcase is to include more in a higher level of baseball.
  • Ages 9-12 should play 10-15 league games, 8-12 Sunday Showcase games, and 10-15 All-Star games.
  • AYBS board members should review/revise if needed the 3 all-star/showcase coaches annually.
  • Having 3 coaches in the evaluation/selection process is in the best interests of the league – checks/balances with respect to family friends/relationships and one coach fielding parental feedback.







2014 Tournaments

AYBS Blue 9U at the Noblesville Baseball Frenzy (June 27-29) - Champs!
AYBS Indianapolis - Youth Baseball and Softball
 
AYBS 9U team at the Oaklandon Youth Organization Tournament (July 3-6) - Runners Up!
AYBS Indianapolis - Youth Baseball and Softball
 
AYBS 9U at the Noblesville Youth Summer World Series (July 10-13) - Runners Up!
AYBS Indianapolis - Youth Baseball and Softball
 
Congratulations to all of our AYBS All-Star teams on a great 2014!

2010 Tournaments

12U Softball - Mt. Comfort (June 25-27)
AYBS Indianapolis - Youth Baseball and Softball
14U Softball - Heatwave (July 15-18)
AYBS Indianapolis - Youth Baseball and Softball
After opening the tournament with a win on Friday evening which ended around 11:00 at night, the team lost early the next morning in a close game. They rebounded by beating Greenwood in a tough game and then topped it off by beating the one-seed (Tree City) in a thriller.

In the championship game, down 4-1 going into the last inning, the girls scored 5 to go up 6-4, then let Eastbrook back in it with 2 runs, forcing extra innings with the international tie breaker. The final score had Eastbrook on top, 8-7.

For the youngest, smallest team in the 14u tournament, the girls accounted for themselves very well and got nice trophies to boot.