Escondido Youth Baseball has experienced terrific growth in our spring and fall seasons over the past four years. The board is thrilled to be part of the finest youth baseball program available to our community. This great community program would not be possible without the army of volunteers who get involved and make a difference. For that we salute everyone who has volunteered their time whether coaching, acting as a team parent, preparing our fields, or helping to work our snack bar. We look forward to another great season with returning volunteers as well as new faces to fill the many jobs that make our season possible. If you have any questions, please email President Allan Clark at email@example.com
New Registration Process:
Click "Create An Account" button to get started. Fill in the appropriate information to create your account.
Also, please consider registering yourself as a volunteer to manage or coach a team. Select the "Register Now" button next to your name to get started. For other volunteer opportunities, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to a board member.
All families need to create new player records during the account creation process. After creating the main adult account, create child accounts for each player that is registering.
To register players, select the "Register Now" button next to the player's name and enter in the necessary information. Register as many players as needed before completing with your payment.
Complete your online registration by paying with a Visa™ or Mastercard™. No checks will be accepted with online registration. You may register in person (see our website for exact dates in August) if you would like to pay with cash or check. Please download our registration form (see our website escondidoponybaseball.com) fill it out and bring it to either walk-up registration date.
*** Age Group Changes****
EYB is an affiliate of Pony Baseball. Pony has instructed all leagues that for 2018 All-Star season the age cut offs for each division will move from April 30th to August 31st. Therefore if your son or daughter has a birthdate between these months, Pony has stated that the player must 'move up' to the next division. As an example, a player who was born July 1, 2017 would not turn 11 until after the Spring season. Previously the player would be a second year Mustang player (10U division). However, with the new rules, the player will be required to move up to Bronco for the Fall/Spring season (even though the player will not turn 11 during the baseball season). Due to the change made by Pony, this age rule will apply to all players for this coming Spring 2018 season. Your child will be automatically placed in the correct division if you sign up on line. There will be no exceptions to this rule for Spring.