GMBL Opens its Registration for Baseball and Softball

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Provided by Greater Manassas Baseball League (GMBL)

The Greater Manassas Baseball League (GMBL) has opened its registration for this year’s baseball and softball Spring Season at

GMBL is a Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken sanctioned baseball league and a Babe Ruth sanctioned fastpitch league. We offer baseball and softball to boys/girls ages 4-18 years of age. The Cal Ripken Divisions include Blastball (4 yr olds), T-Ball (5-6 yr olds), Rookies (7-8 yr olds pitching machine), Minor A (9 yr old kid pitch), Minor AA (10 yr old kid pitch), and Majors (11-12 yr old kid pitch). The Babe Ruth Divisions include Babe Ruth (13-15 yr old) and Senior Babe Ruth (16-18 yr olds). The Babe Ruth Division for Softball include 8u (Machine Pitch), 10u, 12u and 14u and 18u. GMBL serves the communities of Bristow, Manassas, Manassas Park and most of Prince William County.

Since 1957, GMBL has been a place for families to come together, enjoy our nation’s pastime and provide a safe, fun and healthy setting for boys and girls to play baseball and softball. It provides a unique opportunity for our area children to learn the values of teamwork, sportsmanship and dedication while being a part of one of the world’s largest youth sports organizations. The people, the atmosphere, the friendships, everything about GMBL make it home. #ThisIsHome

The Greater Manassas Baseball League will begin its celebration of its 60th Anniversary during their Opening Day weekend of April 22nd. Any adults interested in volunteering as a coach, in concessions, fields and grounds, etc., please contact Kim Payne at [email protected] or Colby Poteat at [email protected]. GMBL has always relied on the dedication of its volunteers, and, for the past 60 years, hundreds of adults have provided a great sporting and community experience for players, parents and neighborhoods around our area.

“Last spring we had the largest turnout in Prince William County for registrations, with over 950 kids. We are looking to build upon that, our three state championships and five teams that played in the Southeast Regional,” said League President Kevin Jennings. “It’s going to be another exciting year and we have a lot planned to celebrate our 60th Anniversary.”


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