BCPL BOUNDAIRES

     The Bay County Pony League is divided into nine separated areas. Players are required to Register within their areas. If you are not sure which area you may be in please check the AREA LINKS below. Players caught out of Area, or using a false address, can and will be removed from their team and ALL Victories will be turnover to losses for the team. 

     We do have Players that have been drawn from our Player Pool playing outside their area. Plus we do allow a Manager's son to play out of area. This normally happens when we are unable to find a Manager within an area.

 

BCPL Auburn Area

BCPL Kawkawlin Area

BCPL Northeast Area

BCPL Northwest Area

BCPL Northern Bay Area

BCPL South End Area

BCPL Southwest Area

BCPL Standish-Sterling Area


2016 Bay County Pony League Champions
KNOCHEL OIL COMPANY celebrate their victory!

meet the LEAGUE MANAGERS

     Our Bay County Pony League Managers have a number of years with Coaching experience, including specialties in hitting, fielding, pitching, catching and more. Our BCPL League Managers for the 2017 Season are listed below.


SPRING LEAGUE MANAGERS:

Bay City Lions Club:Dan Revette

LeBourdais Orthodontics:James Butts Sr.

St. Stans A.C.:Chon Mata

Grampa Tony's West:Tom Debo

DeShano Homes: Michael Spencer

Elks Lodge #88:Branden Revette

Turk's Lawn and Landscaping: Jason Brazeau

Williams Cheese Company:Scott Hugo

ProBuild: Clint Schmidt

Shirts, Mugs and More: Eddy Putman

Knochel Oil Company: Ryan Raymond

Village Green:Bill Randall

BCPL 2017 SEASON
BAT RULE!

     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.
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"Serving the Youth of Bay County since 1952"