•ALL TEAMS MAKE THE PLAYOFFS (t-ball and 5U do not have playoffs)

•Anticipated playoff start dates 6U, 7U, 8U, 11U April 27th;  9U, 10U, & 70’  May 4th. Your team will play anytime that weekend.

•Due to the large number of teams you could play 3 games in a day.  May 13th is Mothers day we will have some games this day.


•The only time TFL plays games Sunday mornings is during the playoffs, this is standard with any tournament, cheer comp etc


AGES: 6U-12U Divisions (Registration ends May 10th)   

STARTS: Week of May 21st   Weekday nights & Sunday evenings (no Saturdays once schools out) 

6U Coach Pitch - The fundamentals of baseball, while enjoying the spirit of the game, is the focus with this age group.  The rules are the same as older ages, except that the players get 5 pitches and can swing at all 5.

7U & 8U Coach Pitch - Standard coach pitch rules. 

9U Blended Kid Pitch - No walks or steals. Kids learn to pitch, hit a pitched ball, and play with 3 outfielders.  Our kids swing the bats!  This program lets them develop a foundation for REAL BASEBALL and work on the skills of the game. “No walk turning into a triple" style here! 

10U, 11U, 12U - Standard kid pitch rules. 


AGES: 5-12 years old (registration ends May 25th)   

STARTS:  June 4th   (6 weeks),

Monday nights, 5:30pm-7:30pm

This is a 6-week long camp on Monday nights.  Area high school coaches & baseball pros will run drills & scrimmages.   This academy gives the players opportunities to work with knowledgeable coaches.  They will not only break down the HOW to do a specific skill, but the WHY.  Many young players look for short cuts - once they understand the WHY, it makes the game easier.  We want to eliminate any of the bad habits before they start.  

Ask your coach for the meeting power point. Lots of good information in there on the 2018 season



Summer Baseball 2017

9U Division Champions-Rangers

'70 Division Champions-Nitro

Baseball Spring 2017

8U Division Champions- Warriors

9U B Division Champions-Rangers

'70 B Divsion Champions- Angels

Baseball Spring 2016

7U Division- Yard Goats Champions!!

7U B Bracket Champs!! - Lake Monsters

8U Division- Force Champions!!

Spring 2016 Baseball Champions - Rangers 70'


6U Division

A Champs - The Riverbandits

B Champs- The Gamblers

7U Division

A Champs- The Raptors

B Champs- The Avengers

8U Division

A Champs- The Wranglers

B Champs- The Gunners

9U Division

Champs- Iron Pigs

10U Division

A Champs- The Angels

B Champs- The Braves

Congrats to all teams!  Thanks for a great season!!

Spring Baseball 2016 Updates 

**Lake Monsters and Yard Goats getting along.


Astros 9u & 7u- 3/6/16

**The 9U Astros are off to a great start this season with a 2-0-1 record led by the pitching of Samuel DuRard, Brady McGarr and Will Cobb.  They have been able to keep the batters off balance and give the bats of Cayde King, Diego Vasquez and Brayden Hurst a chance to add runs to win the game. Bryce Efird has done a remarkable job this season making the move to 1st Base and has come up with 5 Put outs and several assists, including a diving grab today.  Ryan Cook, Parker Burdine, Matthew Brown and Andrew Morris have provided a strong outfield support as well as a game ball grabbed today by Ryan for a key hit and scoring a run from 1st, sealing the win for the Astros.   Go stros!!

**The 7U Astros logged their first win of the season today against the Marlins, after two tough losses to the league leaders.  The Astros were led by the strong bats of Eric Heineman, hitting a Homerun to the fence today,  Caden Hale, Cullen McGarr and Ryan Karlik.   These four boys combined for 15 hits today. The defense has been led by the strong play of Jake Winsky and brother Justin Winsky, providing a strong up the middle combination.  Adam Carter is taking a liking to handling the behind the plate duties, and broke out today offensively with 3 hits.  Tristan Martinez, Cannon Powell, Hudson Cobb and Charlie Cook have been providing support in many areas, ensuring a well rounded team effort.  The Stros have put up some good runs this season and will be rolling into the next games with momentum.  Go Stros!

   Schedule sync -  There are 3 ways parents can view the schedule and their field locations.  A)  go to "Standings" tab and click their team name  B) go to the "Calendar" tab and select the date and see everything going on at the park that day   C) subscribe to your team.    Schedule Sync is where you can select your team name and click subscribe - and you are done.  All your team info will be sent to Outlook, any calendar program, or your phone.  This is an excellent way you can keep up with the team throughout the year.  Anything that changes on the master schedule is automatically updated on your calendar.   Go to this link http://www.thefarmleague.com/baseball/schedule-scores/ and in 2 clicks all games are on your device.   This is a very cool ap and you will like it.

    Twitter and Facebook - We use these aps to get information out quickly.   We will post rain outs, game info, and photos of teams here.  With twitter, set it up where the tweet is sent to your phone as a text. This way you will know immediately of a status change to the games.  EX: You are on a sales call in the galleria and the weather is fine there. However, raining in Klein.  You will get a tweet about the game.  This is a very fast mass texting system we use.   Facebook is meant for the kids and parents to use to highlight their players accomplishments.  Pass along any info and we will get it up.    I have attached a twitter how to guide which makes it very easy to create an account. Please make sure you have the TFL tweets go to your cell phone as a text.  https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Farm-League/292643040754221 ////  https://twitter.com/Thefarmleague