Baseball - Travel
Congratulations to the following Express & Storm teams:
Upper Chesapeake Baseball Festival Spring Classic Tournament Results:
9U Express - B2 Division Semi-Finalist
11U Express - B1 Division Runner-Up
12U Express - B1 Division Runner-Up
14U Storm - B Division Semi-Finalist
Travel Manager Info for 2013:
8U - Bill Hart, email@example.com, 410-399-4248, HCTB - Field 8
9U - Perry Martinelli - firstname.lastname@example.org 410-935-4069 - HCTB - Field 6
10U - Ed Bogdan - email@example.com - 410-977-9629 - HCTB - Field 5
11U - Scott Kalista - firstname.lastname@example.org - 410-420-1858 - HCTB - Field 11
12U - Kris King - email@example.com, 410-557-0479 -HCYTB - Field 1
13U - Dan Goettel - firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-322-8800 -MABA- Field 9
Harford County Travel Baseball (HCTB) Contacts:
President - Allan Gibbons, email@example.com
Past President: Ken Bogdan - firstname.lastname@example.org
President Elect - Darrell Barrett - email@example.com
Tournament Director - Joe McIlhenney, 443-695-3767, firstname.lastname@example.org
HCUA Umpire Contacts:
(Umpire fees have risen to $58 per ump in county & $60 per ump out of county as of 2013)
Harford County Umpire Association
Umpire Scheduler - Deb Schimming - email@example.com
HCTB Website: http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=hctb
Spring/Summer Tournament Website: www.leaguelineup.com/ucbf
BCML Website: http://leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=bcmltravelbb
MABA Website: http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=maba
What is our travel program all about? Click here.
Age Cut-off Date: See the table on the in-house baseball page for your proper age group for 2013. Click here to download a copy of the table.
Making a Travel Team: How can I improve my chances of making a travel team? Click here for the answer.
Playing up as a team: Why doesn't Forest Hill Baseball allow their travel players to play up to a higher age group as a team? Click here for the answer.
Playing Travel and in-house: Why does Forest Hill Baseball require their travel players to play in-house baseball? Click here for the answer.
Forest Hill Travel versus Storm: Why does Forest Hill have a Storm baseball program? Click here for the answer.
Travel Team Rules and Policies: Our travel teams have strict rules and policies about the formation and eligibility requirements. Click here to see our policies.
Travel Fees: Forest Hill Travel Baseball is independently-funded and doesn't rely on other programs financially. Our goal for the Travel program is to break even every year, which we achieve. The Rec Council and/or the baseball program makes no profit from the Travel program. All money brought in through fees, fundraisers and other revenue is spent entirely on the players' needs for the season.
Cooperstown Dreams Park Information:
Each July, the 12U Express will be headed to Cooperstown Dreams Park in New York to play at the national level in a world-class baseball facility.
Players/coaches receive home and away uniforms, a American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame Ring, and lodging and meals for 6 nights/7 days in the ultra-secure Baseball Village.
Teams get seven games (weather permitting) on 22 lighted, enclosed fields, a berth in the single-elimination championship, tickets to the National Baseball Hall of Fame and are inducted into the American Youth Baseball Hall of Fame.
Teams are also entered in the "King of Swat" (home run competition), "Golden Arm" (Throwing Contest), "Road Runner" (Base Running) and "Around The Horn PLUS" (Team Event) competitions.