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2022 Winter Clinics

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Ways to Register


1.  Register anytime Online

2.  Register In Person
  at Van Horn Park at 10 Ferndale Avenue, Mercerville, NJ 08619
- 12/4/2021 10am - 130pm
        - 12/18/2021 10am - 130pm
        - 1/8/2022 10am - 130 pm





Eligibility to play at HTRBA

NEW PLAYERS TO HTRBA:

If you are registering at HTRBA for the first time, please send an email to [email protected], prior to registering, with home address and child's school to confirm eligibility.

ELIGIBILITY BASED ON RESIDENCE OR SCHOOLING:

In order to be eligible to play at HTRBA you must either:

1.  Live within the Little League® established boundary (use the Little League Finder to find the league's boundary your home address resides in);
OR
2.  Go to a school within the Little League® established boundary
a.   Greenwood Elementary School
b.   Klockner Elementary School
c.   Kuser Elementary School
d.   Mercerville Elementary School
e. Morgan Elementary School
f.   Our Lady of Sorrows
g. Pace Charter School of Hamilton
h.   Trenton Catholic Academy McCorristin Campus
i.   University Heights Elementary School

Little League Age for 2021 Spring Season

Link to Little League Age Calculator

2022 Little League Age Chart
FOR BASEBALL DIVISIONS ONLY

Required Equipment

1.  Baseball Glove

The number one rule of thumb when looking for a glove is to try a few on to make sure they fit and feel good.

2. Protective Cup

All boys are required to wear a cup under their pants for all baseball events.

3. Baseball Cleats

Rubber cleats only, metal cleats are not allowed.

4.  Batting Helmet

* The batting helmet should fit snug.  If the helmet moves around too much, then it’s too big.

* Helmets should sit 1 inch above the eyebrows

* Helmets should sit evenly on your head, not be pointed upwards or downwards

* All helmets should be stamped with the NOCSAE certification.  

* When buying a helmet with a C-Flat, Jaw Guard or Extension make sure it is NOCSAE certified and allowed for use at HTRBA like the:
1.  Boombah DEFCON helmet and face guard
2.  Rawlings Mach helmet and EXT flap
3.  Easton Pro with Jaw Guard

Mixing manufacturer's helmets with different manufacturer's jaw guards will void the NOCSAE certification and will not be legal to use at HTRBA or any other Little League.

5. Bat

All bats must have the USA Baseball stamp on them as shown below.  Any other bats are prohibited from use in Little League practices or games.

* The bat should reach, but not exceed, your child’s hip.

* Bat weight is measured in minus or drop weight.  The difference between the length and weight of the bat.  A 30-inch bat that ways 20 ounces is a drop 10 or –10.  The larger the drop weight the lighter the bat.

 

Payment & Questions

Payment is due at time of registration unless other prior arrangements have been made.  

Contact [email protected] with any questions or concerns about registration.

Important Announcement

If you are interested in registering for any of these divisions, which are not listed on REGISTRATION LISTING under the 2022 Spring Season, please contact HTRBA at [email protected] to inquire about open spots.

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