Last Updated on February 19, 2021

Big Changes Coming In 2021!

* Online Registration is OPEN
* Team Rates
* Pitching Mounds for Ages 8u & Up

River Valley Baseball has upgraded its registration format to include online registrations for T-Ball, PAL Ball (machine-pitch), Baseball and Girls’ Softball. The registration portal will service both individual and team registrations. As was the case in 2020, the fee for T-Ball and PAL Ball will be $90 per player, $110 per player for baseball and softball. Teams that have a minimum of eleven players at registration will qualify for the team rate of $1,250 for baseball and softball, $1,000 for T-Ball and PAL Ball. As always, we welcome individual players to our program.*

New for play in 2021, River Valley Baseball will place mounds for all age divisions in its baseball program, 8u through 14u. The baseball season will consist of a twelve-game schedule, slated to play Monday through Thursday, April through early July. T-Ball & PAL Ball will play a ten-game schedule. All games will play at the Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex (BMAC). Interested teams should register their intent to participate by submitting a team application through The Fieldhouse, a portal located on this homepage.

River Valley Baseball was one of the few – if not the only program in St. Louis County – to play its summer program to completion in 2020. That serves to demonstrate our commitment to the game of baseball and to the youth of our community. Plan to join us this spring as together we celebrate America’s pastime and the family event known as little league baseball.

Placement of individual players from the player pool is diligently pursued, but not guaranteed.

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