Welcome to the Huntingdon VFW Teener Baseball Organization. Where passion for baseball thrives! The Huntingdon VFW Teener Baseball Organization is a non-profit organization, that is teamed up with area businesses and Huntingdon VFW Post 1754 to teach baseball knowledge and skills, life lessons, and provide enjoyment to the players and everyone associated with our organization. The Huntingdon Teener League is accepting applications for coaches at this time. Please go to the contact tab above and send an email of interest and your contact information.
Welcome to the Huntingdon VFW Teener Baseball Organization. Where passion for baseball thrives! The Huntingdon VFW Teener Baseball Organization is a non-profit organization, that is teamed up with area businesses and Huntingdon VFW Post 1754 to teach baseball knowledge and skills, life lessons, and provide enjoyment to the players and everyone associated with our organization. The Huntingdon Teener League is accepting applications for coaches at this time.  Please go to the contact tab above andsend an email of interest and your contact information.                                   

2017 Standings

 

VFW                    19-1

Kyper's               14-5

Elks                     11-9

Moose                 9-11

Singleton's         4-15

John's Welding  2-18

2017 Huntingdon VFW

Teener Baseball Organization

                                                                             

President:  Nick Shope

Vice Pres:   Nathan Shope

Secretary:  

Treasurer:   Bill Peters 

Food Booth  Tracy Crotsley

Managers:

VFW:

Jeff Crotsley  641-7363

Moose:

 

Kyper Ins:

Bob Foster 644-8553

Elks:

 

Singleton's:

Mike Snare   599-2038

Juniata Valley:
Jim Johnson

John's Welding:

 

 

Welcome to the 2018 edition of the Huntingdon Teener Baseball League

 

2018 registration is now open....all new and returning players from Huntingdon and Juniata Valley, are required to register by clicking on the registration tab above. 

 

At the 2/13 Teener League, the overwhelming feeling regarding the $60 food booth fee, is that the league will not opt for this fee.  This would revert back to the parent option to work the food booth approximately 3 times during the regular season or pay $20 per game for someone else to work the food booth.

 

All other league fees will be reviewed and finalized at the 2/20 league meeting.

 

The league is looking for someone to managers the following teams:

 

Elks

Moose

John's Welding

 

 

During the 2/13 meeting, Mike Snare was voted in as Singleton's manager, and

Jim Johnson was voted in as the Juniata Valley manager.

 

Tryouts are scheduled for March 17.  More details regarding tryouts will be available as that date approaches.

 

Opening ceremonies and first league games will be held on Sunday - April 8

 

 

Here are some Huntingdon Teener League rules for new players and their parents to be aware of:

 

All players must be at least 13 and no older than 16 years of age

as of July 31, 2018.

 

All metal bats are required to be bbcor certified and no more than -5 for all teener league age 14 thru 16 year old players. 

 

New bat rule exception just passed on March 5th, 2017 teener meeting:

Allows any teener league age 13 year old player shall be permitted to use any 2-5/8" barrel bat or other sanctioned bat - excluding BESR - up to and including a -5 drop.  Exception bats will be clearly marked with orange tape visible to umpires.

 

New pitching rule passed on March 5, 2017 teener meeting:

Regular season games will abide by PIAA pitch counting rules.

 

Steel cleats are allowed to be used

 

All players are required to participate in Tag Day.  

 

There is no minimum innings required to be played for players in a game

 

Games are played on Sundays.  Not necessarily every Sunday.

 

Regular season ends approximately June 15.

League playoffs will take place from Mid June to approximately July 2 or 3

All Star teams practice and play till the end of July or 1st week in August.

 

The home team is required to provide workers (parents) for the food booth.

Each parent will likely be responsible for multiple games each year

Normally, there is a list of substitutes that are willing to work the booth for $20/night.

 

 

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