The Bay County Pony League Members have voted on a NEW BAT RULE for the League. The NEW RULE will take effect with our 2017 Season.
"For the 2017 season, all non-wood
2-5/8 bats used in the Bay County Pony League must be BBCOR certified. If a player chooses to use a non-wood 2-1/4" bat, it must be stamped approved for Pony League."
This Rule was voted into place for the safety of our Players both on the pitching mound and in the field. After a few years of dealing with Rules and Compression testing the League took this action to make it much easier for are players and their families. To ALL parents planning on Gifts of Baseball Bats this coming Holiday Season we ask that you follow the Rule above.
September 27 - 10:35 a.m.
DIRT BAGS #3 TAKES THE 2016 FALL BALL CHAMPIONSHIP!
The BCPL FALL BALL League Overall Champion is DIRT BAGS #3. They defeated SANDLOT SPORTS 14-7 Monday night to take the League Crowd. This is the second year a DIRT BAGS team has won the FALL BALL LEAGUE. Congrats to the Players and the Coaching staff.
September 27 - 10:45 a.m.
NEW IN-FIELD WORK BEGINS TODAY...
We start the job of replacing the infield to bring it up to higher standards. The actual work is scheduled to begin today September 27.
July 29 - 12:29 a.m.
BCPL HONORS ONE
OF OUR OWN...
The Bay County Pony League awarded Frank Neveau Pony Baseball's highest award the JOE E. BROWN AWARD. Frank has been in the league for over 20-years serving as a Manager in the South End Area. Later he has coached with Dan Revette on the Bay City Lions Team in the Southwest Area. He was also on several Bay County 1 Teams that made it to the PONY League World Series in Washington PA.
For the past number of years he has served as the BCPL Field Director of Coryell Field. Including the current plans to redo our infield starting after Fall Ball ends.
The Executive Board, along with the League members, Managers, Coaches and Players are Proud to have awarded him this honor.
"Serving the Youth of Bay County since 1952"
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