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BHS Baseball Presentation: Mental Side of Baseball
by posted 11/13/2018

Dear BBSC Members,

The Broadneck High School Baseball team is hosting a presentation on the Mental Side of Baseball.  BBSC players and families are invited.  The presentation content is applicable to a wide age range, but is likely best for players in 4th grade and above who have played at least one year of Minors level BBSC baseball. 


  • What:  The presentation includes identification of the challenges young athletes face on the field as well as tools they can use to enhance both their enjoyment of the game and their performance on and away from the field. 
  • Where:  BHS Auditorium, Enter through the Auditorium Entrance
  • When:   Friday, December 14 from 5:30 – 6:45 pm
    • Followed by BHS vs South River Varsity Baskeball at 7:00 pm
  • Why:  An opportunity to get our baseball community together to talk about one of the most important skill sets our athletes can use during and after their playing days.  An opportunity to have some fun supporting the BHS Bruins Basketball team. 

Link to Video with Directions and Information

Have a Happy Thanksgiving !

Broadneck HS Baseball Coaching Staff

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New Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth Bat Rules
by posted 02/01/2018

2018 Bat Rule Changes

Cal Ripken Baseball Division - All non-wood bats must have USABat Marking. Barrel Maximum 2 5/8". No BBCOR Bats are permitted in the Cal Ripken Division. For T-Ball, bats must be marked with USABat T-Ball Stamp.

Babe Ruth 13-15 Division - All non-wood bats must have the USABat Marking or marked BBCOR .50. Bat Barrel - 2 5/8".

Babe Ruth 16-18 Division - All non-wood bats must be BBCOR .50 and no greater than -3. Bat Barrel - 2 5/8".

Note: Solid one piece wood bats are permitted for use in all divisions and must conform to Rule 1.10. No laminated or experimental bats shall be used in a game.

Tampering or altering bats may violate certain federal and state laws and voids the USA Baseball certification, as well as all manufacturer warranties. Rolling is considered tampering and would void the bat’s certification and make it illegal for play.

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