The Edina Baseball Association provides opportunities to play baseball for grades K-12, boys and girls, that reside in Edina, MN or attend school in Edina.

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Director PreK-1st Grade: Jim Nunn
jamesnunn14@comcast.net

 

 

VP of Day Baseball: Matt Kiemen
dayvp@edinabaseball.com

 

 

For players in PreK, Kindergarden and 1st grade on May 1, 2023. The season runs 6 weeks from June 5 through July 21, 2023. Registration opens early February and closes by May 15 (or when full). The registration fee varies by grade and age, see below.

 

PreK to 1st grade teams are organized based by schools; efforts are made to match play-with request, although this is not always possible. 

 

Basic Information by Grade 

 

  • Day Baseball PreK, currently in pre-school at time of registration (entering kindergarten in the upcoming fall)
    • Mon/Wed or Tue/Thu (select days at registration), 9am-9:45am; at Cornelia Park
    • Fee $180
    • Objective and basic structure: Introduction to baseball basics; bases, positions, hitting, throwing, catching, and fielding using “mini-games” and tee-ball games focused on exploring basics and engaging the players. Soft baseballs and/or whiffle balls are used and players hit from a tee. 

 

  • Day Baseball K, currently in kindergarten at the time of registration
    • Mon/Wed or Tue/Thu (select days at registration), 10am-11am; at Cornelia Park
    • Fee $200
    • Objective and basic structure: Continued introduction to baseball basics; bases, positions, hitting, throwing, catching, and fielding using “mini-games” and tee-ball games focused on teaching basics and engaging the players. Soft baseballs and/or whiffle balls are used and players hit from a tee.

 

  • Day Baseball 1st grade, currently in 1st grade at time of registration
    • Mon/Wed or Tue/Thu (select days at registration), 11:15am-12:15pm; at Cornelia Park
    • Fee $200
    • Objective and basic structure: Continued introduction to baseball basics and skills; bases, positions, hitting, throwing, catching, and fielding using skill drills and coach pitched games focused on teaching baseball skills and engaging the players. 

 

Equipment

 

Players will receive a T-shirt and baseball cap. Players are expected to provide their own baseball pants and wear non-metal cleats or sneakers. The league provides bats and batting helmets, but players are also welcome to bring their own. Please bring a water bottle and label everything including your player's cap!