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SHETLAND

Ages 4-6 (PreK-Kindergarten)*

Non-competitive (no scores or stats) introduction to baseball.  The focus is on developing basic skills, understanding of the rules and having fun.  PBSF uses a mixture of coach-pitch and T-ball using a soft, low-impact baseball.  Games are played at Beach Field.

One weekday practice (1 hour) and one weekend game (2 hours).

Volunteer parent coaches

*open to 4-year-olds who will turn 5 by Aug 31

PINTO

Ages 7-8 (1st-2nd Grade)

Continued skill development. Games are coach-pitched with a hard baseball.  Outs are recorded and scores maintained at mid-season.  The season is followed by a tournament.  Games are played at Witter Softball field.


One weekday practice (1 ½ hour) and one six-inning weekend game (2 hours).


Volunteer parent coaches

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MUSTANG

Ages 9-10 (3rd-4th Grade)

Competitive baseball with first level of “kid-pitch” games.   Scores are maintained for all games.  The season is followed by a tournament.  Games are played at Hampton Field.

Two weekday practices (1 ½ hour each) and one or two weekend games (2 hours)


Volunteer parent coaches

BRONCO

Ages 11-12 (5th-6th Grade)

Competitive baseball with Major League Baseball rules. Bronco includes pitches in the 50-60 mph range, use of signs and advanced situational defensive skills (e.g., defensive pick-off plays and player alignment for specific situations). Teams participate in the Morindamont league which comprises teams from Piedmont, Moraga and Orinda. A league playoff is held at the end of the season. Games are played at Coaches Field and in neighboring towns.


Two weekday practices (2 hours each) and one or two weekend games (2 hours)


Teams are led by professional coaches with volunteer parent assistants

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PONY

Ages 13-14 (7th-8th Grade)

Competitive baseball using Major League Baseball rules.  Games are played against other Piedmont teams and teams from neighboring leagues. The season is followed by a tournament.  Games are played at Witter Baseball and in neighboring towns.

Two weekday practices (2 hours each) and three games per week.


Teams are led by professional coaches with volunteer parent assistants