baseball general information

Parks and Recreation Department

121 North Alston Street
Foley, AL 36535


Postal address:
P.O. Box 1750
Foley, AL 36536



8U (A-L)

8U (M-Z)

10U (A-L)

10U (M-Z)

12U (A-L)

12U (M-Z)

14U (ALL)

Monday, Feb 27th – 5:30pm 

Monday, Feb 27th – 7:00pm 

Tuesday, Feb 28th – 5:30pm  

Tuesday, Feb 28th – 7:00pm

Thursday, Mar 2nd – 5:30pm

Thursday, Mar 2nd – 6:30pm

Thursday, Mar 2nd – 7:30pm

Sportsplex – Field 9

Sportsplex – Field 9

Sportsplex – Field 9

Sportsplex – Field 9 

Sportsplex – Field 10

Sportsplex – Field 10

Sportsplex – Field 10


Foley Parks and Recreation
Youth Baseball Program is for the following age groups:

The City of Foley offers Youth Baseball for kids from 5 – 14 years old. Age divisions and leagues include:

6U (ages 5 and 6 year olds) $65

8U (ages 7 and 8 olds) $75

10U (ages 9 and 10 year olds) $85

12U (ages 11 and 12 year olds) $95

14U (ages 13 to 14 year olds) $130


Your coach will contact you to let you know when you will have your first practice.

Practices will be 1-3 days a week until games start. Once games begin, your practice schedule will depend on your game schedule. Teams are not allowed to meet more than 3 days a week. No games or practices will be scheduled on Wednesdays, Saturdays or Sundays with the exception of the games played on Opening Day.

In the event of rain, we will make a decision no sooner than 4:00pm to cancel games/practices. Coach’s will be notified immediately and will be responsible for passing that info along to their team. We will also post information on our Foley Parks & Recreation Facebook page.

Foley Parks & Recreation will provide uniforms and equipment (bats, helmets, balls, and catchers equipment) for each team. You will need to purchase the following items:
Catchers Cup
Fielders Mask
Bat (if you prefer your own, it must have a USA stamp and be 2 5/8 inch barrel or smaller)
Batting Helmet (if you prefer your own, 6U-10U require face guard)

**Uniforms will be passed out at practice (before games start) by your coach.**


Player safety is always our number one priority. Here is a great link from the Andrew’s Institute on injury prevention in youth baseball. 

Injury Prevention Baseball