Atlanta Youth Sports Association


League Information


Welcome to Atlanta Youth Sports Association's baseball program, where young athletes embark on an exciting journey of skill development, camaraderie, and sportsmanship. Our baseball leagues cater to various age groups, ensuring that every child can experience the joy of playing the sport in a positive and supportive environment. Unlike traditional leagues, we focus on fostering a love for baseball through inclusive and non-competitive play.

What Sets Us Apart:

  • Skill Development: Our programs prioritize fundamental skill development, allowing players to hone their abilities in hitting, pitching, catching, throwing, and base-running. Coaches provide personalized attention to nurture each child's potential.
  • Inclusive Atmosphere: We believe in equal opportunities for all players, ensuring that every child receives ample playing time and encouragement regardless of their skill level. Our leagues are designed to be inclusive, welcoming children of all backgrounds and abilities.
  • Positive Coaching: Our dedicated volunteer coaches are passionate about empowering young athletes. They undergo comprehensive training and are equipped with the knowledge and enthusiasm to inspire and guide players on their baseball journey.
  • Teamwork and Sportsmanship: Beyond the game, we emphasize the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship. Players learn valuable life skills such as collaboration, communication, and respect, fostering an environment where friendships flourish.
  • Parental Involvement: We recognize the vital role parents play in a child's sports experience. We encourage active participation, whether it's cheering from the sidelines, volunteering, or simply providing unwavering support.

Join us at Atlanta Youth Sports Association's baseball program, where your child can explore the world of baseball, make lasting friendships, and develop essential life skills in a nurturing and encouraging setting. Thank you for considering us for your child's sports journey.

It is not required, but if your child would like to purchase our baseball package (hat, belt, pants, socks) please follow this link to our vendor over at Krown Sports


All divisions will meet twice a week, with a scheduled practice being one day a week and a game another day during the week.

We understand that families need time to plan their schedules, which is why we will post and share the schedules for all of our recreation leagues one week prior to the start of the season. We want to ensure that everyone is aware of the game times and locations well in advance, so there are no surprises. However, please note that there may be some changes to the schedule during the season due to elements beyond our control. We will do our best to communicate any changes as soon as possible and make adjustments to minimize any inconvenience. At AYSA, we prioritize transparency and open communication with our families to provide the best experience possible for our young athletes. Thank you for choosing AYSA for your child's sports activities.

League Rules


  • Team Size: Typically, T-Ball teams are small to ensure everyone gets ample playing time and attention from coaches.
  • Hitting: Players hit the ball off a stationary tee, allowing them to focus on developing their batting skills.
  • Fielding: All players are usually on the field during defensive plays. Fielding positions are not as strict as in higher divisions, encouraging participation and learning.
  • Scoring: Scores and standings are often not kept at this level. The emphasis is on skill development, teamwork, and fun.
  • Coach Involvement: Coaches are actively involved, guiding players on the field and providing encouragement and instruction.

Minor League:

  • Player Pitching: Coaches typically pitch to the players, allowing them to learn hitting against live pitching while maintaining a controlled environment.
  • Fielding: Basic fielding positions are introduced, teaching players about the infield and outfield positions.
  • Base Running: Players learn the rules of base running, including advancing on hits and understanding when to stay on a base or attempt to advance.
  • Scoring: Scores may be kept, but the focus remains on skill development and teamwork. Winning and losing are secondary to learning and having fun.
  • Coach Involvement: Coaches continue to provide instruction but may gradually allow players to make decisions on the field.

Major League:

  • Player Pitching: Players pitch, fostering a more competitive environment. Coaches might step in to pitch if a player struggles to maintain the flow of the game.
  • Fielding: Players have designated positions, and defensive strategies become more structured. Players learn the importance of teamwork and communication.
  • Base Running: Advanced base running skills are developed, including stealing bases and understanding when to advance on hits.
  • Scoring: Scores are kept, and leagues may have playoffs and championships, introducing a competitive element while still focusing on skill development and sportsmanship.
  • Coach Involvement: Coaches provide strategic guidance, focusing on refining players' skills and understanding of the game. Players are encouraged to make decisions on their own while playing.


Practices are one hour with a goal of 50 minutes of content. Games are also scheduled in hour blocks.

Practices are predominantly on weeknights and games are predominantly on weekends

All players will need to bring a water bottle and wear athletic shoes. Atlanta Youth Sports Association will provide loaner equipment such as catcher's gear, bats, and helmets. However, it is strongly encouraged that everyone purchases their own helmets for sanitary reasons.

It is not required, but if your child would like to purchase our baseball package (hat, belt, pants, socks) please follow this link to our vendor over at Krown Sports

Rainouts will be communicated by staff to all players and coaches in a timely manner.

Rainouts for practices and practices will not be made up. If there is a rainout on a game day, the next scheduled practice day maybe used to make up the game

Yes! A 10% discount will be automatically applied at checkout if you are registering multiple children

Leagues are built with 8 weeks of programming. We will make every effort to reschedule any postponed events due to rain, taking into consideration the availability of the facilities we use

AYSA is a great place to introduce your child to a new sport! AYSA focuses on levels of play and will ensure each player grows and develops as player all while having fun and leading a healthier life style!

Once registration closes we will communicate with parents on team placement. Please note that for age groups with evaluations we will host evaluations and place players after evaluations and drafts are completed to ensure parody amongst the teams.

Schedule will be release 1 week prior to the start of the season

Yes, all coaches will be automatically paired with their child unless specifically requested

You have two options: Upon registration you will be prompted a question on your intent to be a volunteer coach or not.  or Please click this link (Coaches Registration) to register to be a volunteer coach

No experience is necessary, just a passion to teach our children.  All coaches will attend a mandatory training where we will provide all the tools and information you would need to coach your sport.

Yes when registering there is a section where you can specifically request for a coach or player, although we cannot guarantee a spot with them we will do our very best to keep friends together.

Everyone will receive uniforms from their coaches during your first week of team practices

Teams for non- evaluation age groups (Kinder-3rd Grade) will be formed at random and/or teammate requests.

Evaluation based age groups (4th Grade and Older) will have players attend evaluations and the players will be selected evenly amongst coaches for fair/equal team levels

Yes we do ask that all athletes have at least one parent or guardian present at the fields at all times for safety issues.  If you have multiple children participating at the same time, we do ask that you stay with your younger child but notify your other child's coach incase of any emergencies. 

Each team will have a max capacity of double the playing capacity for that specific division (e.g. 5v5 flag football will have a max team capacity of 10)