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NFC Babe Ruth 2019 Spring Registration NOW OPEN!
by posted 12/10/2018

Attention Baseball Players and Volunteers!


Registration is now open for the NFC Babe Ruth Spring 2019 Season. Please register now avoid the late fee. The late fee kicks in on 3/23.   Evaluations for 13 year old Prep players and those that have not played in the league before will be in late March.    Players who played in the Spring 2018 will be returning to their system teams but still must register prior to the season.  


To register online, please visit the NFC Babe Ruth website, www.nfcbaberuth.com.  

To access the registration system directly, please click on:

Player Registration

Volunteer Registration
 

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Bat Rules for Spring 2019
by posted 03/06/2018

2019 Bat Rules are In Effect NOW!

 

 

NFC Babe Ruth will be following the new bat standards for this spring.  

For Spring 2019 all bats must conform to the following specifications:

All Bats must either have a USABaseball Marking
 

 

Or 

BBCOR .50 


For both certifications the barrel may have a maximum diameter that is no larger than 2 5/8”.  


Click here to link to the Official Memo

Click here for 2019 USABat Guide.

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Welcome to NFC Babe Ruth
by posted 11/08/2016

Welcome to NFC Babe Ruth

Babe Ruth is an international organization promoting youth baseball.  We are the local chapter for 13 - 15 year olds.  Our territory stretches from RT 7 to RT 28.  Traditionally our players come from Chantilly Little League, Herndon Cal Ripken (HOYB) and Reston Little League but we accept all players including those with little or no experience in playing baseball. 

We form teams locally and play on local fields.  Also,  we play teams from Babe Ruth leagues in Fairfax and other counties. 

Our program has System, Travel and All Star teams. 
 

System teams are like the farm teams for the Major leagues.  Players play at the level where their abilities are best suited. There are three levels:

  • Prep level where inexperienced players become acclimated to the 90 foot field with other players with similar abilities.
  • Alliance level for those with experience on the 90 foot field and preparing for high school level baseball.
  • Babe Ruth level for those at the high school level of play.


Travel teams allow for extra games for those wanting more baseball at a competitive setting. 

All Stars are for the best players who will represent the league during district and higher level Babe Ruth Tournaments. 

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