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Registration Temporarily Suspended
by posted 01/15/2021

Registration for the Spring 2021 BBSC baseball and softball seasons has been temporarily suspended as we attempt to resolve system issues regarding family registerations. Thank you for your patience, we will announce its reopening as soon as possible.

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Spring Rec League Registration is OPEN!!!
by posted 01/11/2021


2021 is here and we’re optimistic that it’s going to be a great one for baseball and softball on the Broadneck Peninsula! Registration for our spring rec programs are now OPEN!


Register here:



The final day to register is Sunday, March 7, 2021. Recreation league evaluations are scheduled for Saturday March 13, 2021. Times and location will be sent following the close of registration. 


We have identified that the revised county high school sports schedule will affect registration of many 9-12th grade players. Once the BHS and county cooperative league spring sports plans are released, BBSC will announce our own plans to accommodate affected players.


I’d also like to take a minute to talk about a few changes going into the new year…


  • We’d like to welcome Traviss McIntosh and Darren Towers to our 2021 Board of Directors! Our Board also elected its officers last week. 2021’s Executive Committee will consist of: Chad Runge (President), Dennis McGinley (VP Baseball), Mike Dameron (VP Softball & Treasurer), Dave Stephens (Player Agent), and Jon Hicks (Secretary)


  • We have updated our volunteer refund policy. Volunteer refunds are no longer capped at $60. Families may now receive refunds of up to $100 by serving multiple times throughout the season. Volunteer refund amounts have been amended to the following:

    • Head Coaches: $100

    • Assistant Coaches: $70 (1 per team)

    • NEW!! Team Groundskeeper: $70 (1 per team)

    • Concessions/Special Project Shift: $30 (per 3hr shift)


BBSC is also looking for volunteers to fill the following positions:

    • Registrar

    • Concessions Stand Openers

    • Equipment Managers

    • Social Media Managers


More information about volunteer opportunities will be sent as soon as it becomes available. If you are interested in hearing more about any of the above opportunities, please email .


  • Last week, our Board approved the following 2021 COVID cancellation policy. If the season is cancelled due increased safety measures required by the National CDC, State of Maryland, or Anne Arundel County, refunds will be granted in the following manner:

    • ​If the season is cancelled prior to Opening Day (4/10): 100% refund.

    • Players will be charged $15 for jersey if uniform order has been placed. Jersey will be made available for pickup.

    • If the season is cancelled between 4/10 - 5/10: $50 refund granted per player

    • If the season is cancelled after 5/10: No refund


All refunds will be granted in the form of BBSC credits, unless otherwise requested. (Normal (non-COVID related) refund instructions are listed on the registration page.) 


If you have any questions about the spring season, volunteer opportunities, or new policies, please do not hesitate to reach out to your Board ( ). We look forward to getting back out on the diamonds this spring and can’t wait to see you!


Team First,
BBSC Board of Directors


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Free Virtual Winter Clinics
by posted 01/10/2021

What:  A series of winter virtual training sessions.  (a sport specific version of a "parent & me" class).  

Who:  BBSC Families, primarily geared toward 4-9 year olds and a parent, but open to any age that is interested.

When:  Sunday Jan 17 12:30 pm; Session 2 is the following Sunday (1/24) @ 12:30 pm 

How Long:  15 Minute Sessions

Where:  Google Meet (Sign up on this form so we’ll have your address to send you the meeting link).  

Why:  To give our families some insights to go along with pre-season opportunities to spend time together enjoying America's pastime.  




Session 1 (Jan 17):   "Learning to Throw" (Proper Mechanics and Fun Games)

a.  Talking through the benefits of throwing and catching as two separate skills and drills

b.  Glove Side Shoulder to Target (The Teddy Bear Googly Eye Training Aid)

c.  2" Painters Tape Roll, hockey puck, or ball with a strip of electrical tape

d.  Why throwing between two cones is a productive option compared to "playing catch" with a teammate or parent

e.  A single leg skill - ideas on developing single leg balance and stability

f. QB in the pocket drill to a hula hoop on a fence


Session 2 (Jan 24):  "Learning to Hit" 

  1. a. The goal:  Bat short to the path of the ball and long through the path of the ball – (the “candy cane” bath path)

  2. b. The importance of adults throwing BP from a knee or using underhand front toss.  

c.   External Cues & Turning it into a game or competition (makes things more fun and are much more effective):  Fence Drills, Secondary Tee Constraint

d.  The Fundamental Set Up & The Importance of Having the Tee in the Right Spot

e.  The many benefits of a Deep Breath 

f.   The Hands are the Steering Wheel, the Hips are the Engine

g. The many uses of a broom stick or pvc pipe in learning to hit.

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