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Babe Ruth Life Cycle
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May 21, 2020


Dear Players and Families,


We hope this message finds you safe and healthy during these challenging times. 

We have been informed by the Town of Arlington that parks and fields will remain closed until June 29, and we have canceled the 2020 spring season. We are in the process of planning a Summer/Fall season. 

We continue to heed the guidance from our local and state officials as well as Babe Ruth Baseball.  We are preparing for some form of baseball this year, but we are awaiting guidelines in order to finalize our plans and then launch a season.  Right now our plan is to play during the week and leave the weekends free for any vacation plans.   

Soon you will see a registration email for Summer/Fall baseball.  All players that have registered and paid for the Spring season, will be able to participate in our Summer/Fall baseball free of charge.  For any new or unpaid players from the spring, there will be a small fee.   


All of our graduating 15 year-olds will receive a full registration refund minus a 4% administrative fee for credit card processing. 

All other registered players will receive a full registration credit towards the 2021 Arlington Babe Ruth Spring Season.  

Please reach out to league president Tom Ahern if there are any questions or concerns around the refund and credit process.



We wish you continued good health during this trying time.


Best Regards,

Arlington Babe Ruth Board of Directors


by posted 05/21/2020
Babe Ruth Life Cycle

Babe Ruth Life Cycle
For the players, coaches, and managers, it generally starts at the Fall tryout.  Many players may get a taste of the “big diamond” from the "fallball " or "summerball" programs and the managers start the assessment process for the following year. The winter months settle in and the manager notes are put aside. There may be winter clinics to attend to work off that winter rust. In March, spring is not that far away and Babe Ruth has another tryout, so kids can once again showcase their skills to the managers and coaches of the current 10 teams. The kids then nervously wait to see which team they will be on with a new season about to begin. As managers and coaches, we evaluate all the players to ensure that we are placing the players at the appropriate levels. Some move into the "A" level called the seniors, while others play in the "B" level called intermediates. The kids are drafted to an affiliate (one senior and one intermediate team) and continue to work together until the final decision on which players will play in the "A" and which players will play in the "B" division. Then the season begins and before too long, the season is nearing an end. Another year passes and kids graduate and the rookies move up a notch to veteran status. The managers and coaches are all volunteers who all work to ensure that the over 130 players have a positive Babe Ruth experience.

If you have questions or would like to be part of our program, please contact:
Al Ticehurst  - 781-281-2154  - .


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