Recreation Baseball

Our baseball program is dedicated to helping build athletic skills in youth through learning the fundamentals of baseball and the development of confidence and a sense of teamwork.
Spring Registration
Early Registration: Jan. 3 to Jan. 31: $65
Regular Registration: Feb. 1 to Feb. 14: $75
Last-chance Registration: Feb. 15 to Feb. 26: $95
Fall Registration
Early Registration: Jan. 3 to July 18: $65
Regular Registration: July 19 to Aug. 1: $75
Last-chance Registration: Aug. 2 to Aug. 13: $95
Additional $20 charge to play if not a Floyd County resident
If you miss the registration deadline, and wish to participate, please call the Recreation Department at 706-291-0766 to add your player’s name to a wait list.
Age Groups
Spring Season:


4 & 5-year old’s (Co-Ed)
5 & 6-year old’s: Rookie League


8U  - Coach Pitch
10U - Player Pitch

12U - Player Pitch

14U - Player Pitch

Fall Season:

4 & 5-year old’s (Co-Ed)
5 & 6-year old’s: Rookie League
7U - Coach Pitch
9U - Combo Pitch
11U - Player Pitch
13U - Player Pitch 
Age Control Date: 
On or Before September 1, 2022.
Teams will be organized by age and school currently attending. All home school students will be placed on teams based on school district currently living in. All registered players will be placed on a team. There are no tryouts for Recreation Baseball. Coaches will divide players into teams. Team rosters will be established after last chance registration period.
Recreation Baseball has a Mandatory Play Rule in all age divisions. All players will be in the batting order and play at least one inning of defense.
Game Days: Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Game Locations: Riverview Baseball Complex, Hugh Selman Baseball Complex and Alto Park Complex


Game Times: 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.

USSSA BPF 1.15 bats are legal for use in all Rec. League age divisions.

6U Rookie League (Co-Ed):

For boys and girls ages 5 and 6. Rookie League will give players an opportunity to learn to hit the ball, run bases and to experience the defensive fielding positions. Coaches will lightly pitch the ball to their batter.

*It’s recommended that players player at least one year of T-Ball before playing in the Rookie League