Remember to sign up for Wildcat Baseball Camps this summer through District 196 Community Education. Camps are available for grades 1-8 and are led by Coach Butler and his EHS coaching staff. More information is available online at the District 196 Community Ed website.
Or visit www.district196.org/ce and search for “Eagan Wildcat Baseball Camp”
EHS Baseball 1st Annual Youth and Alumni Day
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Be sure to stay up-to-date on Eagan Baseball by following the team on twitter: @eagan__baseball
Volunteer Sign-ups are available for ALL ETB Tournaments!
When signing up, you will be prompted for your name, your player's first and last name (how it is shown on registration), your cell number, and your email. Please be as clear as possible so we can accurately credit you for your hours worked. As a reminder, each player's family is required to complete 8 hours of volunteer time (with a max of 16 hours/family).
If you find that there are not openings, please contact Tamara Langeberg and we will make sure everyone has a time and location to get their hours in.
Eagan Baseball offers two programs: In-House and Travel.
In-house baseball is available to players from Pre-K through their senior year in high school. Some older ages will travel to surrounding communities for games, but most play for in-house will be in Eagan. See registration tab for more information on in-house schedules. In-house is a less competitive, less time intense option for players who enjoy baseball but do not want to commit to a travel schedule.
The Traveling Baseball program provides intensive skill development and a high level of competition. The program offers opportunities to develop confidence and teamwork while competing with teams representing other area communities.
If you plan to be a coach or assistant coach for EBA during the 2018 season, you must be current in your Concussion Awareness Training. Minnesota state law requires all youth sport coaches to complete Concussion Awareness Training at least once every 3 years.
If your training is current, be sure to have your certificate with you at all times in the dugout. If you have never completed the training or need to update, you can follow this link to complete the CDC's online training module. The training only takes 30-40 minutes and can be completed at your convenience. Please be sure to print and save your Certificate of Completion.
Eagan Baseball follows the EAA Scholarship process. Please see the documents below for EAA scholarship information and the EAA scholarship application.
If a family does not meet the EAA scholarship requirements yet still is in need of a hardship scholarship, please submit the completed scholarship application form with an explanation of hardship needs and your application will be reviewed.
The Eagan Baseball Association has been selected to participate in the Home Team Advantage Program at Buffalo Wild Wings for our upcoming season! Every time you show the attached card at the Eagan Promenade Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant, BWW will donate 10% of your total bill (less promotional discounts and unless otherwise specified) back to EBA.
Here is How the Program Works:
1. Bring your Teammate Card every time you go to the Eagan Promenade BWW during the baseball season.
2. Show your card, on a mobile device or via printed copy, to your server and let them know you are part of the Home Team Advantage Program.
3. The server will add 10% of your total sales to your team’s running total. It’s that easy!
4. At the end of the season, Buffalo Wild Wings will donate the 10% of sales that your entire EBA generated throughout the season back to EBA.