Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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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 -

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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 To Determine a Player's Official Baseball Age
  • Is there a deadline for adding new players to my ENYTB roster for the regular season?
  • Can a player be on the ENYTB roster of more than one ENYTB team at the same time?

    Can a player be on the ENYTB roster of more than one
    ENYTB team at the same time?

    Yes, players are allowed to play for two or more ENYTB teams if and only if each team is registered at a different primary age.

    EXCEPTION: If a player is CUT by a team before he participates in three ENYTB games in the current season with that team, he may sign with another team in the same age division in the current season with league approval.

    When a player is participating on two or more teams at once, he shall be designated as "primary" by one of his teams and "secondary" by all others.

    PRIMARY - The primary team alone enjoys "roster protection" privileges within the league for the player and has first preference to his time in the event of any conflicts between the activities of the player's primary team and any of his secondary teams.

    NOTE: The primary team also has the option to grant the player whatever leave it wishes to play for any of his secondary teams.

    NOTE: If a player has an unexcused absence from his primary team to play for one of his secondary teams, that player is subject to removal from the roster of that secondary team for the remainder of that season, including post-season, at the request of his primary team.


    Players can NOT participate in sanctioned tournaments in different age levels under the same sanctioning body.

    Each national sanctioning body require all players playing on sanctioned teams in more than one age level to declare by no later than July 1, which age-division the player wishes to be post-season eligible for.

    EXCEPTIONS: NABF allows players to participate in the post-season at both the 17U and 18U age divisions. It is the same for players in the 22U and Adult divisions.

    The league requires each player to be post-season eligible with his primary team unless his primary team is a long shot to earn a berth and then the player is allowed to declare eligibility for the secondary team of his choice.

    NOTE: The primary team can grant a player the option of declaring his post-season eligibility with his secondary team if it so chooses.

  • Can players be transferred from one team to another in the same club?
  • Do I need to establish separate REGULAR SEASON ROSTERS for each sanctioning body?
  • Do I need to establish separate TOURNAMENT ROSTERS for each sanctioning body my team is registered with?
  • Roster Deadlines and Player Limits Imposed By Sanctioning Bodies For Tournament Play
  • Columns 12 thru 15 - How To Set-Up Your Sanctioned Rosters

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