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Junior Boy's Baseball Program Info

Sponsored by Culver's of Muskego

League Chairman Rich Gray

Games played on Mondays and Wednesdays. Junior Boy’s Baseball is for players 11 & 12 years old. This league is a continuation of the Youth Baseball league.  Competition is a greater and a few more rules are introduced.  Managers draft players based upon ratings and their individual team needs. No player will sit more than one consecutive inning and no player will sit out twice before all players have sat once.  Coaches focus on developing individual and team skills to field a competitive team and prepare them for the Intermediate Baseball League. Game scores and standings are recorded. If you have additional questions about Junior Boys Baseball, please contact the league chairman.

Skill Goals:

  • Continued focus on good sportsmanship and team play!
  • Batting skills development including bunting, and reading signals from Manager/Coach.
  • Increased development of catchers (pass balls, making the throw from home to second, good throws back to pitcher on the mound and when pitcher is covering home plate) as importance of position increases at this level.
  • Pitching emphasis on good mechanics, and development of windmill pitching.
  • Develop base running skills for situational play.
  • Fielding emphasis on getting behind the ball and setting up the throw, getting ball to the correct position for the out or to keep the runners from advancing.
  • Arm strengthening through practice (long toss).
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For rainout information check out our Facebook page.  We will update Facebook and send out notifications via Teamsnap as soon as we know.  You can also call the Park & Rec Hotline at 262-679-5645 after 4PM (press #3 to select ball diamond information) For EMERGENCIES NOT RELATED TO GAME CANCELLATIONS call the MAA hotline at 262-682-0886.

Muskego Athletic Association
PO Box 102
Muskego, WI 53150

(t) 262-682-0886

contact@themaa.org