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  • How Do League Participants Retrieve Their Own Password?
  • How Do League Participants Change Their Password?
  • I'm a manager/coach, why does the website say I have player level read only access?
  • I have a new email address. How do I changeover?
  • Club GMs - How to find passwords for your managers, coaches and contact persons?
  • Club GMs - How to verify whether a person in your organization has a working log-in.
  • Why is the website blocking my access to contact info for my oponents via my online schedule?
  • Club GMs - How to add/change team level persons so that they have passwords?

    Club GMs - How to add/change team level persons so that they have passwords?

    No team person, manager, coach, contact person or player can fully participate in ENYTB w/o access to his team's protected content on the website. This includes everything from the team order form and other "Must Do" items, to its schedule, including contact info for its scheduled opponents, its roster, game results, player stats, etc.

    To have access to protected content on the website, each person needs to be "linked" to his team or club online via the website. Managers, coaches and team contact persons are linked via the Team Directory. Players are linked via the team roster.

    The system automatically assigns a personal password to anyone added to a Team Directory as a manager, coach or contact person. The user log-in pair includes the users ENYTB registered email address and his personal password. When logged in, the system gives team level users access to all their team information and some club information.

    IMPORTANT A team level person can NOT do this for himself (chicken and egg syndrome) because, except for club GMs, one must already be on the Team Directory to have access to it.

    ENYTB defines its members as clubs, with various classifications. Each club has an owner of record, a club GM, and, where applicable, a franchise area. Each club member is bound by the ENYTB Constitution and is entitled to register its teams in the league, subject to all conditions applicable to its membership classification, if any. When the club is created and its representative established, the representative is granted club level access. Club level access is the highest access level available to members and allows club representatives to move between and among its teams w/o having to have a separate log-in for each of its teams.

    It is the club GM's responsibility to "prime the pump", if you will, when it comes to team level log-ins. That is, the club GM has the sole responsibility for designating on the website, the team manager for each of his club's teams.

    This task is usually performed in conjunction with a league admin when a club activates its teams before the start of a new season. Once teams are activated, persons with club level access have the capability of adding/changing team managers throughout the year w/o any assistance from league admin.

    To add/change a team manager, follow these instructions:

    1. If you have not already done so: log-in and go to your My Teams Directory, located near the bottom of your club home page;
    2. Select the team by clicking the View Team Contacts button located to the right of the team name you wish to work on;
    3. If you believe the person to be added is already in the ENYTB database or you don't know, click the "Link/Unlink Coach From Database" option. If you know the person is not in the database (you checked and he wasn't there), select the Add Coach To Database" option.

      NOTE: A person's contact information should be entered to the website only once. Once entered to the system, a person's "information record" thus created, can be linked to the same team or club in multiple capacities and/or to multiple teams and even clubs this year or in future years, w/o the person's information being re-entered. Player information (team roster) works the same way.

    4. Find the vacant position you wish to fill and to its right, click the word “link”;
    5. Open the drop-down box that appears and search for the person’s name you wish to appoint;
    6. If another person’s name is already on the list, click on that name to replace it with another name, already in teh database. When a person is first linked to a team, he or she will receive a welcoming email from the league indicating his team, his capacity, his personal log-in and a link to;

    Once the team manager has been added to his Team Directory, it is his responsibility to link his coaches and team contact persons to his Team Directory. This process is described in detail at CLICK HERE.

    The process is complete for each club when it has added all its coaches and players to the website. All such persons are termed “authorized users” i.e., persons entitled to access password protected member content.

    Club level users have the maximum member access privileges. Club level users have master access for all their registered teams as well as any of its dead teams and can switch among their teams without logging in and out with different passwords. Club level users also have additional functionality specific to their club. In particular, only club GMs or other persons granted club ;level access can enter home field time info for scheduling purposes.

    Passwords expire at the end of each year when the website is initialized for the upcoming season, usually about mid-December. To regain full website access, returning members need to activate their club and returning teams for the upcoming season, as well as any new teams they may want to register. Passwords stay the same from year-to-year for all returning participants provided they remain linked to their teams in the same capacities. Club reps need to contact the league office when it is time to re-activate their club/teams.

    Club reps, managers, coaches and players may change teams, clubs or capacities from one year to the next or even during the year. As this happens, and the individual is linked to his new team, club and/or capacity, he will be given a new password and it will be emailed to him in a similar manner as described above.

    Finally, team level passwords for summer teams are different from fall teams because the roster rules differ between summer and fall. Since all team passwords are person and team specific, your summer team password accesses your summer team only and your fall team password accesses your fall team only. Thus, if you coach or play in the league in both the summer and fall, you will have different passwords for your summer and fall teams. (NOTE: Club level passwords, however, remain the same regardless of season.)

    NOTE: Since users with write privileges have the capability to delete schedules, game results, player information etc., the club owner/rep or team manager should unlink individuals who are no longer associated with the team and/or club as soon as possible, thereby voiding their access privileges.

    Club Reps and team managers also need to periodically check their team coaching staffs to make sure they are complete and up to date. This is important for communication purposes within the league as well for insurance and sanctioning purposes.

    Password Summary:

    1. Club GM - His club level password is issued when club is created or when club owner changes club GM;
    2. Club GM has sole responsibility for adding team managers. NOTE:If club GM changes a team manager, it is his responsibility to unlink ex-manager and add/link new manager.
    3. Club GM also has sole responsibility for granting club level access privileges to other persons. NOTE: All club level log-ins are automatically renewed each year when club is activated
    4. Team Manager is assigned a team level personal log-in when his club rep adds/links him to team as a manager.
    5. Team manager has responsibility for adding his coaches and team contact persons to his Team Directory. NOTE:If team changes coaches, it is the team manager's and/or club rep's responsibility to unlink the ex-coach and add/link new coach.
    6. Team manager must designate primary and secondary team contact persons. (Every team must have both a primary and secondary contact person.) A manager and/or coach can double as either contact. So can a club rep. Each contact is issued a team level password when they are added/linked to their Team Directory. NOTE: If team changes a contact person, it is the responsibility of the manager to unlink the ex-contact and add/link the new contact person. All team level passwords are automatically renewed each year when team is re-activated. To read how team managers add their coaches and team contact persons to their Team Directory, CLICK HERE.
    7. Players - Player level passwords are issued when a player is added to the team's online roster and renewed when roster is re-initialized each year.

  • How Do Club Reps and/or Team Managers Add Their Coaches And Team Contact Persons To Their Team Directory?
  • Club GMs - How to authorize other persons to have club level access?


What's New This Year (in the League)?

The Basics

Approximate Cost Of Fielding A Travel Team

Annual Timeline - ENYTB Participation

Annual Informational Meetings

New Member Orientation

The Club GM

Team Registration Part I - Team Activation

Team Registration Part II - Your Purchase

Team Registration - Part III - Other

Loopholes On Age Eligibility

Fines & Security Deposits

Paid Advertising -

Free Ads on (Members Only)

Placing/Finding Team Ads For Pick-Up Games

League Playing Rules

Wood Bats

Composite Metal Bat Restrictions

Sanctioned Post-Season Play - What is it?

Last Man Standing Tournaments - What Are They?

Online Roster Management System (ORMS)

Roster Management Protocols

How ENYTB Regulates Player Movement Between Teams


Customized Scheduling - 101



Schedule Management Protocols

Standings Questions

After You Have Won A Berth To A Sanctioned NCTS

Contact Info

How Do I Change My Email Preferences

How Do I Enter My Scores

Lineup Cards - Mandatory (available Online)

Field Availability


JOE Tournament (ENYTB/ValleyCats Fall Classic)

ENYTB OPEN Tournaments