Frequently asked questions


What is the time commitment?Hubbard teams practice Monday and Friday evenings; Molalla teams practice Tuesday and Friday evenings.Games are usually on Friday evenings, except during June when they are on Monday and Friday evenings.


How long is the season? Our season starts in early April and ends in mid-June.


How much does it cost to play in this league? Costs for the 2020 season are T-ball and transition players are $35 and 9-12 and 13+ players are $45.


When will registration open? Registration will open in mid-March.


My child has never played baseball/softball before, is your league willing to teach him/her? Yes!We review the basics and fundamentals at every age range, from t-ball to high school.Our goal is to share our love of baseball/softball with players of all skill levels and experience.


Are teams co-ed? Our t-ball (5-6 year-olds) and transition (7-8 year-olds) teams are co-ed.The older teams, 9-12 year-olds and 13-18 year-olds, are not co-ed.


What are the parentsí responsibilities?This league is run by volunteers and is not a drop-off program. Parents are required to contribute in various roles, such as, coach, umpire, team parent, field maintenance, bench parent, etc.


How much experience do coaches need in order to serve that role?Coaches should have a solid understanding of the game, enjoy teaching children, and a desire to develop Christian character through the game of baseball/softball.No previous coaching experience necessary.


Do you know of other homeschool sports leagues in the area?Yes, check out Hoops Basketball and Goals Soccer.


For more information, contact us at:homerun.home.school@gmail.com


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