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Cuyahoga Falls Amateur Baseball Association

Welcome to Cuyahoga Falls Amateur Baseball Association


END OF SEASON MESSAGE: We will be leaving up the scores, standings and champion pictures from the 2014 Season will be up through December. We will be making some major changes to the overall website (pending approval), so stay tuned! We will be communicating more information in November of the changes. We hope to see you all back in 2015, with some exciting changes on the horizon!


END OF SEASON SURVEY: The survey is closed. The results are going to be discussed within the coming weeks with our Board and Parks and Rec and we will make some decisions in the coming months.

2014 Champions: (PICTURES)

H-League: Detroit Tigers (Andrew Cole)- Regular Season & San Francisco Giants (Jeff Jackson)- Playoffs

G-League: Cleveland Indians (Marshall Palmowski)- Regular Season & Playoff

F-League: Ohio State Buckeyes (Sara Leffler)- Regular Season & Playoffs

E-League: Texas A&M Aggies (Eric Kovey)- Co-Regular Season & Mizzou Tigers (Scott Wilson)


If you have any comments, concerns or questions, please contact Ryan Kinnan, Secretary and Webmaster of CFABA at rk5575@gmail.com. 


Our organization would like to let you know of our bat rules for 2015. We all know that kids are asking for a new bat for baseball season for Christmas. We would like to specify what kind of bat that you would need to buy. This message is not an endorsement for any bat maker.
 
T-Ball & Coach Pitch: Bat is 2 1/4" in diameter
H-League: Bat diameter can be no more than 2 1/4" and must be a baseball type bat, not softball
G-League: The bat shall be no more than 2 3/4" in diameter at its thickest part and shall be no more than 33' in length with a -10 drop rate
F-League: The bat shall be no more than 2 5/8" at the barrel and will not exceed numerically more than 8.5 oz less than the length of the bat (e.g.. -a 33" bat cannot weigh less than 24.5 oz, -8.5). The bat must be USSA certified or -3 BBCor
E-League: The bat shall be no more than 2 5/8 in diameter at its thickest part and shall be no more than 36" in length. A bat shall not weigh numerically more than 3 oz less than the length of the bat (e.g.. a 33" long bat can't weigh less than 30 oz) The bat must be BBCor or USSA certified.
 
When going to look for a bat, it will say on the bat the following: "size, length and difference between the weight and length"
 
If there are any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Last changed 11/16/2014 - 8:28pm by rkinnan