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Fall Baseball


Continue to check back on this page for final schedules, team assignments and other details as they become available.

Ryan Rector

Fall Baseball Coordinator



Continue to check the website for registration and details for the 2022 fall season. This is typically posted in mid-July.

Chaska Baseball Association is thrilled to offer a casual, schedule-friendly fall program that will run 9/8 – 10/3. The format will consist of Wednesday night skill development and Sunday games. This format will offer continued player development but is not designed to be overly competitive. The CCFA Football schedule was considered when choosing dates.


  • Wednesday Evening Night Skill Development Camp (9/8, 9/15, 9/22, 9/29):  Players will be grouped by age and rotate through Coach/Board led stations. Each station will focus on a particular fundamental skill (hitting, throwing, infield, outfield). Sessions will last approximately 75 mins and start times by age will be provided later. Community Fields, Chaska.
  • Sunday Evening Games (9/12, 9/19, 9/26, 10/3):  Players will be assigned to a team for games. Ideally, we will group 7-8’s, 9-10’s, 11-12’s and 13-14’s similar to our Youth and Community League format. HOWEVER, age groupings will be based on final participation numbers. We may need to create broader age groupings to field enough teams to play each other. Younger ages will be Coach or Machine Pitch. Older groups will be player-pitch. Community Fields, Chaska.


  • We will require 1-2 coaches per team. Coaches will be supported by CBA board members and will help us run Camp Stations and oversee games. The coach commitment for this program will not be as intensive as summer. Please email our FALL BASEBALL COORDINATOR with interest.

Other Details:

  • Cost = $40 (Includes pants, shirt, and umpires)
  • Ages 7-14 (6-year old’s turning 7 this upcoming school year may register)
  • Registration will close Friday, 8/27. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE register early if possible!!! This will greatly help us understand numbers and allow us to get you final details more quickly.

Volunteer Opportunities

There will be several volunteer opportunities offered throughout the baseball season, which all can be found and must be managed through our online DIBS portal. Below is a list of common volunteer options and how to claim them. 

1.  Head Coach, Assistant Coach, Team Manager:
There are only 3  adults per team that can have these titles.  If you are chosen as one of the 3 adults, you will receive enough credits to cover 2 children worth of volunteer time.  Your volunteer check will be shredded for up to 2 children. 

2.  Evaluation/Expo Volunteer:
There will be several volunteer opportunities available in April for our Youth Evaluation and Expo day.  Volunteer shifts will continue to be posted and updated as we need assistance.  Remember, each child registered needs 3 Volunteer Shifts for the season.  To complete your volunteer hours on this day, you would need to volunteer for 3 time slots per child.  You can find these available on the "Dibs" Tab at the top of the Chaska Baseball Website.

3.  Concession Stand Volunteer:
Concession will likely return in 2022! There will be  several volunteer opportunities throughout the baseball season to work at our concession stands.  This is not a money maker for our league, however, it is a service we provide to parents and children who may not have enough time to get water, sports drinks, or even dinner before or after the game.  You can find these available on the "Dibs" Tab at the top of the Chaska Baseball Website.

4. Other:
Opportunities to volunteer also include helping with travel baseball tryouts, field cleanup day(s), special events, VFW Burger Night, development sessions/camps and Board membership.

5.  Cubs: 
We are partnered with the Chaska Cubs, and with our leagues ongoing support of each other, we are committed to have each team within our organization work concessions at one of the home games at Athletic Park. This is a very easy, but regarding and fun experience for team bonding, adult interaction, and the kids to have a blast!  (note: this volunteer shift DOES NOT count towards the required 3-shifts. It is incremental).

A HUGE and sincere "thank you" to our volunteers. We simply could not run this program without your support and dedication!