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BCP Phase 2 Update: Let's Play 2!
Your voice on behalf of our youth baseball players was heard! What a great Association we have. Thank you for your vote of support and communicating with our elected officials.
The Southlake Baseball Association would like to thank the Southlake Parks and Recreation Department, City Council and Mayor on behalf of our players for their support and willingness to find common ground so we could move forward with the BCP Renovation Phase 2 plan including the 60/90 baseball field. The Council specifically called out the need for the 60/90 field in their discussion. Complete details from the council meeting are available on the City of Southlake web site.
That said now the fun and excitement begin. We would like to thank our parents, players and visitors in advance for their patience over the next year to year and a half as construction progresses. When BCP is finished (tentatively early 2015) it will be yet another example of Southlake Pride.
Our rules pages have been updated to reflect the most recent Pony changes. Please familiarize yourself with DYB rules appropriate to your league.
Notice to Parents and Visitors:
Please make efforts to be safe, lock your cars and hide valuables. The Southlake Police Department has notified us that there have been reports of break-ins at area fields.
Please check our FAQ for answers to commonly asked questions.
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The article below is provided as-is and is offered as a reminder that the health of our student athletes should be our highest priority. DYB understands that injuries are part of sport but prides itself of healthy competition for all athletes and attempts to minimize the risks of injury as much as possible.
Noted surgeon Dr. James Andrews wants your young athlete to stay healthy by playing less…
... Specialization leads to playing the sport year-round. That means not only an increase in risk factors for traumatic injuries but a sky-high increase in overuse injuries. Almost half of sports injuries in adolescents stem from overuse.
... The first thing I would tell them is, their kid needs at least two months off each year to recover from a specific sport. Preferably, three to four months.
... Use proper mechanics. The No. 1 problem in any specific sport is improper mechanics.
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As a sponsor of Southlake Baseball Association, DICK’S Sporting Goods values their commitment to our league. As a show of their appreciation for all that we do, they would like to extend an exclusive offer to save on thousands of sporting goods items throughout their entire store.