Lefty Front Field gets a face lift with
new dirt. Go to the photo gallery to
see the pictures.
We continually need help with the
clean-up of good old Lefty.
For information on how you can help
with the up-keep of Lefty,
please go to the Contact Us page
and submit an email request.
Rodeo Baseball Equipment Exchange
Don't want to spend a fortune this year
on baseball equipment?
- Bring your gently used bats, cleats,
gloves & helmets then exchange for
another item free!
- Don't have old equipment to exchange?
Then purchase any item for only $5.00.
Clean out your closets, garage and bring
RBA your old, outgrown equipment to benefit
OUR NEW SIGN
Take a look at our new sign entering Rodeo
from the East on Willow Ave. Many thanks to
a great job from our volunteers that spent
many hours on the artwork and the labor
installing all new wood for support. This one
of a kind original artwork will last years and
years for all to enjoy.
RULE CHANGES REGARDING BATS
Rule 8 C Equipment:
Wooden, metal, graphite or
ceramic bats manufactured for baseball play,
which are round and not more than two
and five eights inches in diameter
at the thickest part, not more than 42 inches in
length, are acceptable.
Rule 8 C (1) Equipment:
specifically for use in tee-ball play, shall not be
used when the ball is pitched by a player, coach
or pitching machine. Coach pitch bats will only be
used in coach pitch using a safety ball.
Rule 8 C (2) Equipment:
Only 2-1/4" barrel non-
wood bats which are manufactured to achieve a
Bat Performance Factor (BFP) of 1.15 or less
through the life of the bat are approved for play in
PONY Baseball Divisions. Effective January 1, 2012
all newly manufactured non-wood bats must be
stamped "approved for play in PONY Baseball"
and stamped with "BPF 1.15" and the year
Rule 8 C (3) Equipment:
Effective January 1, 2012
all minus (-) 3 bats must be BBCOR certified. The
bat which may be wood or non-wood product shall
be not more than two and five-eigths (2-5/8") in
diameter at the barrel and shall be a smooth
implement, from top of the cap to the top of the knob.
all non-wood bats shall meet the Ball-Bat Coefficient
of Restitution (BBCOR) testing protocol maintaining
the length-to-weight difference of 0.50 limit regardless
of length. All BBCOR approved bats shall be labeled
with a silk screen or other permanent certification
(NOTE: 2-3/4" bats are prohibited in all PONY
RBA will continue its Mighty Mights program
for 3-4 year old kids to start thier trek to
becoming great youth baseball players.
to view RBA’s article in the
Contra Costa Marketplace.