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D-BAT Scottsdale Upcoming Clinics & Bat Demo Day!
01/17/2021
Join D-BAT Scottsdale for January clinics and Bat Demo Day! Register...
Spring 2021 Registration!
12/14/2020
It's a wrap on Fall 2020 SCR Baseball!     As...
SCR Baseball Weather Procedure
10/23/2018
SCR's weather policy can be viewed online or by clicking here. ...
Important Info: Bat Regulations
09/18/2018
Bats must have the appropriate USA Baseball stamp to be used in Scottsdale...
 
D-BAT Scottsdale Upcoming Clinics & Bat Demo Day!

Join D-BAT Scottsdale for January clinics and Bat Demo Day! Register for the clinics online at www.dbatscottsdale.com or call 480-591-DBAT.

  • January 25, 2021:  Fielding
  • January 26, 2021:  Hitting
  • January 27, 2021:  Pitching
  • January 28, 2021:  Catching

 

 


by posted 01/17/2021
Spring 2021 Registration!

It's a wrap on Fall 2020 SCR Baseball!  

 

As you might have seen City of Phoenix has decided to close parks again. We do use Phoenix fields for practicing and some games. We probably have a fight ahead of us to get them open for our children again. Scottsdale feels they will continue to support the local leagues because unlike Phoenix they don’t choose to host large tournaments most of the time.

 

We are going to open Spring registration up like we did in Fall. Everyone will go to “waitlist” so that no one has to pay until we know we are going to have a season. In Fall, this let us act very quickly and get a season running in under 2 weeks. Please look for registration to open up in the next couple of weeks and start putting your plans in place for Spring baseball!

 

We hope everyone enjoys the holidays with family and look forward to seeing everyone back on the ballfield for Spring 2021 season!

 

Thank you!

SCR Executive Board


by posted 12/14/2020
SCR Baseball Weather Procedure

SCR's weather policy can be viewed online or by clicking here.  As it relates to lightning, we suggest using the WeatherBug App as they have a feature called Spark which shows the current lightning activity in the area. As a rule of thumb, if lighting is within a 10-mile radius you should suspend play/practice and take shelter.  Typically, you should wait at least 30 minutes after the last lightning flash or sound of thunder -- or wait until the nearest lightning strike is 10-miles or more away -- prior to resuming activity.

Parents, please be in touch with your coaches. Coaches, please be in touch with your division's commissioner and the league will notify the coaches of any delays or closures but sometimes you will have to make a judgement call on when to play and when to seek shelter.  Thanks!

WeatherBug App Download Link:  https://www.weatherbug.com/appdownload/

SCR Weather Policy:  https://leagueathletics.com/Page.asp?n=52995&org=scottsdalecalripken.com

Thank You!

SCR Baseball


by posted 10/23/2018
Important Info: Bat Regulations

Bats must have the appropriate USA Baseball stamp to be used in Scottsdale Cal Ripken. These bats can have up to a 2 5/8 barrel but must include the USA Baseball logo.  BBCOR is not allowed.  Wood bats that adhere to the national Cal Ripken rules are also allowed. Only Tball and AA divisions are allowed to use Tball bats.

Click here to read more about this new bat national standard for Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken baseball.

*Please refer to your division's rules for further clarification or contact your commissioner.


by posted 09/18/2018
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