Youngstown Class B Baseball offers its deepest sympathies to all who have been impacted by COVID-19 throughout the world. These are challenging times for everyone, but our league will emerge stronger and more united than ever to serve our athletes.
We want you to know that Youngstown Class B Baseball is currently working through all possible scenarios for 2020 regular season play.
Our priority is to insure a safe environment for a league season.
As our elected officials consider rolling out plans to reopen, we must ensure the health, safety and welfare of our players, families, volunteers and fans. Most states are considering reopening in phases.
Our world is facing an enormous challenge. Youngstown Class B Baseball League will be safe and use an abundance of caution as we consider reopening our league.
Youngstown Class B Board of Directors
Please take the time to read this article, it puts a lot in perspective during this very tough time.
Heads Up: The Bob Cene Memorial will now partner with Midwest Challenge Baseball Tournaments Ohio on June 18th thru 21st
Ed Santa Showcase Thursday June 18, 2020
The mission of Youngstown Class B Baseball is to provide premier playing fields and related facilities that promote amateur baseball for young adults ages 13-18. Youngstown Class B Baseball prides itself on offering our youth the opportunity to play highly competitive baseball at the professional grade facilities at Bob Cene Park.
With support from our donors we will continue to focus on building important character traits and values that will positively impact their lives, and further provide educational and professional opportunities that can enhance their futures. We hope that you will join us in our vision of preparing local athletes to meet and exceed the opportunities that await them in the future.
Bob Cene Park & Youngstown Class B Baseball, an Ohio Non-Profit Organization, would like to thank you in advance for any support you can provide. In the words of the late Bob Cene, “This park is the inheritance for our youth’s future.”
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