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Welcome to the Online Home of Proctor Area Youth Baseball!

Thank you to all that participated in the 5th annual Proctor Baseball Classic.  Even though weather delayed things on Sunday and caused some cancellations, the tournament was a great success.  We look forward to welcoming all of our teams back next year for the 6th annual Classic.

Proctor Area Youth Baseball Mission Statement
Through committed participation in Proctor Area Youth Baseball, players will gain the skills necessary to be successful students and productive community members while building a tradition of respect for their program.

Registration - Identifying Your League

League Grade at time of Registration
Instructional Pre K - K
Coach Pitch 1st and 2nd
Rookies 3rd
Majors 4th and 5th
Intermediate 6th and 7th
Juniors 8th and 9th



Parent, Coach, and Parent Code of Conduct

As a member of the Proctor Area Youth Baseball  (PAYB), we agree to abide by and follow the rules and guidelines listed below:

WE WILL respect the property and equipment used at any sports facility, both home and away;

WE WILL encourage good sportsmanship through our actions by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches, and officials at every game or practice;

WE WILL promote the emotional and physical well-being of the athletes ahead of any personal desire to win and will remember that the game is for the athletes and not for the parents;

WE WILL refrain from the use of tobacco, alcohol, and/or drugs. Any person under the influence of these items, during any scheduled event associated with PAYB, may be asked to leave or be dismissed from the program;

WE WILL treat other players, coaches, officials, and spectators with dignity and respect regardless of race, creed, color, sex, or ability;

WE WILL NOT use profane language towards any player, coach, parent, spectator, or official;

WE WILL inform the coach of any physical disability or ailment that may affect the safety of the athlete or the safety of others;

WE WILL use the 24 hour waiting time to address any concerns directly to the head coach.

WE WILL inform the coach, within a reasonable amount of time, of the athlete’s absence from a game or practice that might occur due to sickness, planned vacation, or any other reason.

Discipline will be dealt with on an individual basis by the head coach, league director, and/or president. Any violation could, depending on its severity, result in a warning, suspension, and/or dismissal from the program. Proctor Area Youth Baseball reserves the right to dismiss a player/parent or coach at any time if they violates the program’s practices and procedures.