COED Baseball · Spring 2022


Love baseball? Of course you do! And there’s no better place to get your child involved in our national pastime than the Boys & Girls Club. We have a long history of introducing youngsters to this amazing sport and offer leagues for kids starting in Kindergarten and going all the way through age 12!

Saturday, June 11th // Baseball Games have been canceled due to field flooding.

2022 Spring Baseball


The Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County enforce the following COVID-19 policies.

      • Masks are optional. 
      • All volunteers and staff members are required to be 100% vaccinated against COVID-19. 

K-1st T-Ball

2nd-3rd Grade Coach Pitch (formerly ‘Pitching Machine’)

9 & 10-year-old Minor (10u)

11 & 12-year-old Major League (CANCELLED)

BGCWC will not be doing traveling competitive baseball in 2022. 

All Divisions Open to Girls & Boys.

Players may play up a division if merited by skill. No player may play down a division without written approval from the Athletics Department. 


If you are interested in coaching your child’s team, please contact the athletic department at for more information or fill out the application linked here –> ( 2022 Athletic Volunteer Application ). 


The program is strictly governed by the published RULES. All rules are enforced. Whenever a question is posed, our first response is, “What do the rules say?” The quality of your experience is dependent in large part on your coach’s understanding, listening, support, and communication rules and procedures. Parents are responsible for assisting the coach in these endeavors. It is the responsibility of the parent and players to abide by Club rules and to assist and cooperate with the coach at all times.


          Players must attend at least one practice the week of a game to be eligible to play. Players who skip both practices in a week are not eligible to play in that weekend’s game. 


Kindness, courtesy, and SPORTSMANSHIP are required. We will not hesitate to act if the standards of the Club are compromised. Good sportsmanship is not extinct. Good sportsmanship begins and ends with parents. No tobacco or alcohol is allowed at any program site. 


Membership fees are non-refundable and are not prorated for any reason. Athletic Fees Refunds will be given as a credit that can be used by any child in the household for one year from the date of credit and only if the participant is injured and has an excuse from a doctor stating that they are unable to participate. If the injury occurs prior to the start of practices a 50% credit will be granted. If an injury occurs after the first practice no credit will be granted.

By virtue of enrolling in the PROGRAM, the parent and youth agree to abide by all policies, decisions, directives, procedures, and rules of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County.

Important Links!

2022 Athletic Volunteer Application

2022 Baseball Rules

We are proud to partner with DICK’S Sporting Goods to bring new equipment and supplies to our teams. Thank you DICK’s for investing in our community’s youth.