Big Willow is excited to announce that starting Feb. 14 we will host a slate of FREE clinics scheduled for players who intend to play in Farm and Majors levels (generally ages 9-12).
We will work on baseball fundamentals at the four free clinics, with stations for hitting, fielding, and pitching. It's a great way to shake the rust off from winter. There is no registration required for the clinics.
We've also scheduled player evaluation dates and pre-season practices for both our house Farm and Majors divisions and for players that are selected to represent Big Willow on tournament teams. Those teams will be formed after the evaluation dates on March 13-14.
If you have any questions, please contact Big Willow President Trevor Knight.
Ready for some baseball? Here's a primer on the Big Willow regular season baseball schedule, depending on registration numbers and variables Big Willow can't control like weather.
Mites players (ages 4-6) usually practice and then play on Tuesday evenings beginning at 5:45 and on Saturday mornings from 10-12 for a total of one hour each time.
Juniors players (ages 7-8) usually play on Wednesday evenings beginning at 5:45 and again on Saturday's from 11 am -2 pm. Games are usually around 1:30 minutes in length.
Farm (9-10) level play on Tuesday and Thursday evenings typically, with games starting at 5:45 or 7 p.m. Games are usually around 1:45 minutes in length.
Majors (11-12) level play on Monday and Wednesday evenings typically, with games starting at or after 7 p.m. Games are usually around 1:45 minutes in length.
For more on which division to register for and details about the season, visit our registration page.
Calling all sluggers!! Opportunity for kids with both physical and cognitive disabilities ages 5-18 to get into the game! Join Hopkins Challenger for the 2020 Challenger Baseball Season.
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Welcome to Minnetonka Big Willow Baseball Association, a youth baseball and T-ball league serving 4-year-olds to 12-year-olds at a beautiful baseball park on Minnetonka Boulevard. Our independent volunteer-run organization draws players primarily from the cities of Hopkins and Minnetonka and from the Hopkins and Minnetonka school districts, but also from other nearby communities. We have a family-friendly atmosphere and emphasize player safety, having fun, player development and team competition - in that order. Registration is now open for the spring season, which runs in May and June.