Maybe your new to White Bear Baseball or maybe your a returning family, either way we hope this section will provide valuable information to help provide you with a good understanding of how to get started, find the right team/league for your child, register, and financial expectations for your year ahead!
To Get Started:
1. Review the Player Options and Costs page for details on each league
2. Choose the right league for your child
3. Once registration opens choose the appropriate registration and get your child signed up for the upcoming season
4. If your child is trying out for a traveling team check out our tryout page and attend a winter training session(s) if you are able
5. Tryout information will be posted, typically you can plan for tryouts towards the end of March. Parents are not allowed in for tryouts so plan to drop your child off and pick them up at the allotted times
6. No matter what team/league your child makes you will receive communication from us or your coach to let you know next steps for the season
7. Have a fun season, Go Bears!
What League/Teams work best for your family? Check out the summary of each below and for more details go to our different Team Pages to learn more.
Traveling: Our traveling program is a bit more competitive and you travel and play other teams in the metro area. Teams are built from tryouts which are scored by independent parties . Kids are placed on teams based on their scores and evaluations AAA/AA/A depending on number of kids and teams per grade. Plan on 3-4 days a week and on average 3 weekend tournaments.
North Star: North Star in a recreational level league very similar to our In-House program however you do play neighboring communities (ie. Blaine, Shoreview, St. Anthony). This league is for 13-15 year olds and games are played during the week, with an optional end of season tournament.
Senior League: Senior league is geared for High School students U16 and U17-19 and begins after the High School program ends. There are varying levels of play including AAA/AA and is ran more like the traveling program.