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Player Registration is OPEN for all Leagues

Fall Recreation Program Player Registration/Signup is OPEN for all ages through August 19th.

Please click the image to the left to signup/register.  Player Evaluations will be held on August 20th at Bicentennial Park.  Players will be drafted the week of August 21st and roster notifications will be sent between August 26th-28th. 

All late registrations, those between August 20th and August 25th will be charged a $50 late feeThe only registrations that will be accepted after August 25th are for 4U and 18U.

Fall Recreation Program Coaching

The coaching application for fall will be available by Monday.  Please check back here.


Effective immediately Dragon Youth Baseball is changing from the current PONY baseball league format:  Shetland, Pinto, and Mustang, etc. into the more common “And Under” format e.g. 6U, 7U, 8U, etc. for all leagues dropping PONY designations.  Additionally, there will be some rule modifications accompanying these changes to better promote appropriate skill growth for all players. 

We are also modifying DYB Program names to more appropriately depict their designed goals:

  • Recreation Program (formerly Cactus): continues to focus on development of beginning to intermediate players.  The Program's focus is to introduce baseball to all players, focus on core skill development, foundational baseball rules and exposure to multiple positions.  Coaches promote a learning environment and are bound by the DYB rules regarding player positioning allowing players to learn multiple positions.
    • All games are played at Bicentennial Park against other Dragon Youth Baseball teams.  Teams can expect to play 1-2 games per week with 1-2 practices. 
    • We expect that 70-80% of our players will continue to participate in this program.


  • Premier Program (formerly Grapefruit): continues to focus on intermediate to advanced players.  The Premier Program builds on the fundamentals learned in the Recreational Program with a focus on advanced core skills and baseball rules and strategy.  Coaches promote a learning environment and are bound by the DYB rules regarding player positioning allowing players to learn multiple positions.
    • Premier teams are local travel teams playing half of their games at locations other than Bicentennial Park such as Grapevine, Coppell, Colleyville, Keller, Trophy Club, etc.  These teams can expect to play 1-2 games per week, generally doubleheader format with 1-2 practices.  *note:  DYB provides the same number of practice options for Recreation and Premier programs however Premier teams often find alternative options for additional repetitions.
    • We expect that 20% of our players will continue to participate in this program.
  • Summer All Star Program:  remains unchanged and is focused on introduction to tournament play.  The season runs from mid-May through the end of June with 4-5 tournaments.  Each tournament teams play 2 pool games then on Sunday single elimination (up to 4 games).  Coaches are required to promote a learning environment focused on advanced skills and baseball strategies.  They are not required to rotate players during All Star competition. 
    • We expect that 15% of our players will continue to participate in this program.

New league breakdown, distances remain the same:

  • 4U - BlastBall format (recreation only)
  • 5U - tee ball (recreation only)
  • 6U - tee ball (recreation and premier)
  • 7U - coach pitch 60' bases (recreation and premier)
  • 8U - coach pitch 60' bases (recreation and premier)
  • 9U - 46' pitching 65' bases (recreation and premier)
  • 10U - 46' pitching 65' bases (recreation and premier)
  • 12U -  ages 11 and 12 - 50' pitching 70' bases (recreation and premier)
  • 14U - ages 13-14 54' pitching 80' bases (premier only)
  • 18U - ages 15-18 60'6" pitching 90' bases (premier only)

Please see our FAQ and rules pages for complete details regarding your league. 

2016-2017 Select Tryouts

Using the link in the image to the left please sign up for Dragon Select Baseball tryouts.  This is not for fall recreational baseball.  There are two available select tryout days per age:  July 30th and August 13th.  For consideration players must attend one of these days

July 30, 2017 Evaluation Times and Locations

  • 8U - BCP Field 2 at 8am
  • 9U - BCP Field 3 at 9am
  • 10U - BCP Field 4 at 11am
  • 11U - BCP Field 6 at 1pm
  • 12U - BCP Field 6 at 5pm
  • 13U - BCP Field 5 at 7pm
  • 14U - BCP Field 10 at 7pm

Dragon Select Baseball offers AA, AAA and Major level opportunities for advanced players ages 8-14 looking for competitive baseball.  These are select teams and travel is expected.  The average commitment is 40+ games per year including 3+ practices per week during the seasons.  For more information please check our Frequently Asked Questions pages.

Our Online Store

"Dragon Dugout" has performance and outer wear, helmets, bat bags, yard signs and stickers available for purchase.  All proceeds are used to augment sponsorships and support league improvments.  DYB is a registred licensee of CISD.

Field Status - Weather Info

Click to check field status or call the City of Southlake's rain out line: 817-748-8028

The City of Southlake updates Field Status information at 3:00pm weekdays and 7:00am weekends.

The Dragon Youth Baseball plays all home games at Bicentennial Park.  Field address and layout

Click here to read our rainout policy.

Dick's Sporting Goods

Dick's Sporting Goods will once again offer a Dragon Youth Baseball appreciation day at the Euless location on August 27th.  You will receive 20% off storewide.  Please see the flyer below for complete details.

Game Train Indoor Training

Game Train in Roanoke is offering sessions to get you player ready for fall ball.  See the flyer below for compete details.  Game Train provides indoor training facilities, clinics and coaching.  We invite you to check out the great training option as you prepare for the season.

2016 Recreation Season and Summer All Stars

2016 Select AA, AAA, Majors Dragons

Want to keep up with DYB?

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