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2020 Season Update:

UPDATED 3/20/2020-

Welcome to the 2020 Oriole Park Baseball/Softball Season where we are home to the largest baseball/softball program in the city of Chicago and the largest single unit program in the country!

Registration opened on December 1st, 2019 and is now closed.  We are proceeding with this season as planned.  If this should change at anytime, we will send out a mass update.

Schedules will be released the week of April 15th- tball will play on Saturdays at 9am and all other divisions will be scheduled on all weekdays at 5:45pm and Saturdays at various times.  Sundays are not meant for scheduled house league games but will be utilized if need be for make up games.  Make up games and times are determined by the OPBA board and will be assigned within 72 hrs of rainout (goal).  *Please note that all schedules are subject to change prior to the season starting!  

Boy's Divisions

T-Ball (Boys&Girls) 4-5 years old
Instructional K-1st grade
Boys Junior Pee Wee 2nd grade
Pee Wee 3rd-4th grade
Midget 5th-6th grade
Pony 7th-8th grade
Colt/Connie Mack call for availability

Girls Divisions

T-Ball (Boys&Girls) 4-5 years old
Instructional grade K-1st
Girls Jr Pee Wee grade 2nd
Girls 10U grade 3rd-4th
Girls 12U grade 5th-6th
Girls 14U grade 7th-8th

Looking for 2020 Sponsors!!

This league does not exist without the great families and sponsors of our neighborhoods!  We NOW have averaged over 1500 players registered annually for our house league.  We have the great families---WE NOW NEED GREAT SPONSORS TO SUPPORT CHICAGO'S LARGEST YOUTH BASEBALL LEAGUE!


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    2020 Bat Rule

    T-ball through Midget

    • USA stamped bats - Barrel size no bigger than 2-5/8"
    • USSSA stamped bats - Barrel size no bigger than 2-1/4"
    • Wood bats


    • USA bat - Barrel size no bigger than 2-5/8" 
    • BBCOR bats
    • Wood bats


    • BBCOR only (Aluminum)
    • Wood bats

    Note: If a player uses an illegal bat during play, a dead ball will be called and the batter will be called out.  If after a play is completed, the bat is found to be illegal, the batter is out and the base runners will return to where they previously were.  The opposing team would have until the next pitch is thrown to make a claim of an illegal bat.

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    Thank You!

    Thank you to all of the men, women and children of our great neighborhood who make this program a reality.  Let's show the city why we are #1!




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