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 Baseball is America's pastime. It teaches players the discipline of teamwork and how to use tactics and strategies to defeat opponents. Most importantly, baseball teaches you that no matter how many times you fail, there will be numerous more times to succeed. The city of Clearwater Parks and Recreation Department proudly offers a variety of recreation and competitive leagues to youth and adults.

Youth

There are two Little League seasons. The Fall season runs from October through November, with registration beginning in August. The Spring season runs from February through June, with registration beginning in December. Two co-sponsor groups offer three Little League programs in Clearwater. Each is open to children 5 to 18 years of age.

Clearwater Little League

Clearwater Little League- Challenger Division 

Countryside Little League


Adult

If you still love the game of baseball and thrive to play, then one of these leagues for you. You can join by yourself, with some friends, or with a team and enjoy a little friendly competition. Teams and individuals are invited to join this recreational baseball league. Seasonal leagues are offered throughout the year. Call for more information on registration and start dates. For more information, contact Rick Ryals, 727-562-4802 x3839

38+, 45+ & 52+ Adult Baseball Leagues

18+ & 28+ Adult Baseball Leagues

  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday & Sunday
  • $100.00 Closed Roster, per game, all players must have Recreation Card
  • $120.00 Open Roster, per game, No Recreation Card needed
  • Frank Tack Fields, 1967 N. Hercules Ave.
  • Joe DiMaggio Sports Complex, 2450 Drew St.
  • Lonzo Saunders, City of Clearwater, at 562-4802 x3839


Tournaments

Clearwater proudly hosts tournaments throughout the year. Spectators are always welcome. Occasionally an entrance fee may be charged. For more information call Pat Carter 562-4802 x 3811.

Baseball Tournaments

IBC World Series
July 22 - 29, 2017
Frank Tack, and Joe DiMaggio 


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