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Frequently Asked Questions

When can I register for the 2019 season?

Registration for our 2019 season is now open! Select 2019 Registration from the menu. We will have an in person registration on February 9th from 9am - 12pm at the Riverton Community Center.

What are the differences between the different divisions?

A - Drafted Division

Teams will be comprised of 100% league boundary approved players. This includes all of our traditional divisions. Younger teams are organized by the Riverton Baseball Board (T-Ball, Rookie 5 & Rookie 6). Older teams are created after division tryouts and a coaches draft. Players in this division are eligible for both the city league championship and postseason All-Star teams.

AA - Competitive Division

Teams are formed independently and sign up together instead of participating in the league tryout process. They play teams across the different Wasatch Baseball leagues. Teams must have a minimum of 9 players that live within the boundaries of Riverton Baseball.

AAA - Intact Division

Teams are formed independently and sign up together instead of participating in the league tryout process. They play teams across the different Wasatch Baseball leagues. Teams must have at least 50% of their players that live within the boundaries of Riverton Baseball.

How much does it cost to play?

  • T-Ball $75
  • Rookie 5 $75
  • Rookie 6 $100
  • PeeWee $135
  • Minor $135
  • Major $145
  • 13U $160
  • 14/15 $160
  • 16/18 $185
  • AA & AAA $1850/team

What is included in my registration fee?

  • Full uniform - Jersey, Hat, Pants, Belt, Socks (A Division Only)
  • Team Pictures - Memory Mate provided by Riverton Baseball
  • Regular and Postseasons - 16 game season (weather permitting) with an end of the year tournament
  • Team Treats - Handed out at the Snack Shack after every game
  • Awards - Participation trophies for our younger age divisions (T-Ball, Rookie 5 & Rookie 6) along with awards for first place finishers in each age division

What important dates should I know about?

EventDateTime
 In Person Registration February 9 9AM - 12PM    
 Umpire Training February 20 7PM
 Coaches Meeting March 7 7PM
 Tryouts & Draft March 9 TBD
 Umpire Training March 13 7PM
 Umpire Training March 20 7PM
 Field Cleanup March 30 TBD
 Opening Day March 30 TBD
 Pitch, Hit & Run Competition March 30 TBD
 Regular Season Begins April 1 
 Regular Season Ends June 1 
 Playoff Tournaments June 3 

What is the Tryout Schedule?

Tryout times are as follows:

9am - PeeWee & 16/18
10:30am - Minor & 14/15
12pm - Major & 14/15

Please arrive early to warm-up and check in at the Snack Shack.

Do you offer any kind of employment?

Short answer, Absolutely!

We have the following positions available:

  • Snack Shack - Please apply in person at our in person registration on Saturday, Feb 9th anytime between 9AM - 12PM at the Riverton Community Center.
  • Grill - Please apply in person at our in person registration on Saturday, Feb 9th anytime between 9AM - 12PM at the Riverton Community Center.
  • Umpire - If you are at least 12 years old please email Bret Cline, our Umpire In Chief - [email protected]

     

Contact

Riverton Baseball
CR Hamilton Sports Complex, 13800 South 3600 West
Riverton, Utah 84065

Phone: 385-351-5656
Email: [email protected]

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