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Click "How to Register" for link to LeagueApps support for registration

New to our website?  Registration is a two-step process.  

  • Step 1:  You must create a family profile and add your parent(s)/guardians(s)and player(s) information.
  • Step 2:  You can then register your child as a "Free Agent" in the appropriate age division.

Returning member?  Registration will be a snap!  

  • Make sure to log into your dashboard using the "login" button is at the very top of the page -- above the EJBSL banner.
  • Register your player in the appropriate age division.

NOTE: A copy of your player's birth certificate is required to complete the registration process

CAL RIPKEN BASEBALL LEAGUE (ages 6 through 12)

  • 6 THROUGH 8 YEAR OLDS: These players will register for our coach pitch "Rookie" league and are responsible for a $75 payment.
  • 8 YEAR OLDS: We allow for some 8 year olds to "try-up" for Single A league. If you would like your 8 year-old to be evaluated for Single A league, please register your 8 year old in ROOKIE league, but please select the option stating "8 Year-Old Trying Up to Single A". Your player will be required to participate in our Evaluation process as outlined below. We do not guarantee that any 8 year-olds will be allowed to play in Single A League. 8 year old registrants who are elevated will be invoiced for the difference in price for cost of A League.
  • 9 & 10 YEAR OLDSALL 9-10 year old registrants responsible for $100 payment for initial registration (minus applicable discounts) no matter past player ability or league placement.  Based on your players 2019 evaluation results EJBSL will determine which league, A or AA, your child shall be placed in. If your child evaluates into AA, you will be invoiced for the difference in price as A League is $100 vs. AA which is $135.
  • What's the difference between Single A and Double A Leagues? A league is an instructional league where players are first introduced to player pitch baseball. AA league is a more advanced and competitive league than A league where players are expected to know the fundamentals of baseball.
  • 11 & 12 YEAR OLDSALL 11-12 year old registrants responsible for $135 payment for initial registration (minus applicable discounts) no matter past player ability or league placement.  Based on your players 2019 evaluation results EJBSL will determine which league, AAA or Majors, your child shall be placed in. Both of these leagues are priced equally at $135.
  • What's the difference between Triple A and Majors Leagues? AAA league is an intermediate league for players continue to develop their baseball acumen. Triple A is played on the smaller 60 foot base-path diamond. Majors league is a more competitive league and is played on a larger - 70 foot base-path diamond. Majors league introduces leading, delayed steals, pick-offs, and enforces the balk rule.
  • ALL 9 through 12 YEAR OLDS (and 8 year olds who choose to "try up") must participate in our baseball evaluation. Evaluations are NOT try-outs; every player will be placed on a team! EJBSL hires professional baseball coaches to conduct our Evaluations; they are not EJBSL board members or volunteers. Evaluation results allow EJBSL to place players in a skill-appropriate league where they will have the most success and fun.
  • EVALUATIONS ScheduleSaturday morning, March 9th (times TBD) at Seacoast United's Epping indoor Facility at 88 Shirkin Road. Evaluations will be held in 1-hour increments based on age and last name. More details will be forthcoming.

BABE RUTH LEAGUE (ages 13 through 18)

Exeter Babe Ruth League is composed of several local Babe Ruth leagues, all of whom charter through Exeter's Babe Ruth League, run by our BR Director, Shawn Roussin. Players can register from participating towns which include Stratham, Newmarket, Epping, Hampton, Sanborn, Northwood, Newton, Fremont, Kensington, East Kingston, Brentwood, and Newfields. Exeter teams play home games at Exeter High School and Cooperative Middle School and away games are played at diamonds in many of these towns.  Try-outs and evaluations are held at town discretion.

  • 13 to 15 year old Division: An introduction to the 90 foot, full-sized diamond.
  • 16 to 18 year old Division (SENIOR league): Exeter's Senior Babe Ruth team plays in the Seacoast Babe Ruth League, hosted by Portsmouth

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