T-Ball – (6 year old) Community League
The EPBA is an all-volunteer organization committed to providing the opportunity for all Eden Prairie youth, regardless of ability, to play baseball.
EPBA Mission Statement:
The Eden Prairie Baseball Association is dedicated to preparing children for life through the game of baseball and the accountable acts of our core values.
EPBA Core Values
Respecting our community, players, parents, and opponents.
Making others a priority
Delivering on your commitments
Giving your best effort
Commissioner: Jackie Daniels
- General Information on Community Leagues
- Playing Time
- T-Ball Community Program
- Registration Information
- Season Information
- Evaluation Dates (to balance teams)
- Season start & end dates
- Tournament Information
- Team Information
- Practice & Game Information
General information for all Community League programs:
The Community Leagues are for those players and families that want to play at a competitive level, but may participate in other summer activities. The Community League provides a competitive baseball experience with a more limited practice and game schedule.
Playing Time: It is the policy of the EPBA that all players, regardless of their current skill level, should have an equal opportunity to develop their skills to their fullest. Every player can expect an equal share of playing time and at bats because only through experience and practice can we help our players to progress. Likewise the association has a policy requiring player rotation to assure that every player is required to play both infield and outfield positions during each game. Every coach is made aware of the batting, playing time and position rotation rules specific to his age level and will insure that every player on the team is given an equal opportunity to develop a well rounded set of fundamental baseball skills.
T-Ball Community Program: The In-House program is for boys & girls in Kindergarten. For the Community Leagues, players can play with their current grade in school or age. For age, they must be the age indicated by Aug 31. The parents have the choice, but it is the recommendation of the Board that kids play with their current school grade. The policy of the EPBA Board of Directors strictly prohibits players from playing up from the established rules. Teams will be formed at random, but parent requests will be considered. The season runs from late April through mid July. All games & practices will be played at Oak Point fields on Monday & Wednesday or Tuesdays and Thursdays. The teams will have roughly 18 practices/games over a course of 9 weeks. The first half of hour is a practice and the last hour is a game. Midway through the season, players will have a chance of having a coach pitch to them.
Volunteers: To run a successful baseball program, we need volunteers to coach. We will provide a coaching clinic for all coaches, instructional videos on the EPBA website, and a source for coaches to ask questions when needed. Please indicate at least one volunteer job on the registration form.
||January 16 – April 20th
||Currently in kindergarten
||See Fee Schedule under Registration Information
|Included in Registration Fee
||Jersey & Cap
|Not Included in Registration Fee
||Pants & Shoes
|Evaluation Date, Time, & Location
|Season Start Date (estimated)
|Season End Date (estimated)
|End of Year Tournament
|Days of End of Year Tournament
|Evaluations (to balance teams)
|# of players per team
||7 to 8
|Practices & Games
|# Events per Week
|Potential Event Days
||Monday & Wednesday or
Tuesday & Thursday
||5:30 or 6:45 PM
|T-Ball Overview & Rules
Did you know…
The Eden Prairie Baseball Association provides financial assistance to families in need?
Because the EPBA believes that no young baseball player should ever be denied the opportunity to participate in America’s favorite pastime because of temporary family economic problems we provide financial assistance to families in need. Should you need financial assistance in order to participate in the league, please contact the EPBA Treasurer – Mark Sperr at