Welcome to the 2018 Traveling 10U-14U Baseball Registration
New in 2018: Registration processing fees will be passed on to the registrants as a service charge. The Hudson Booster board and sports committees have agreed that a non-profit club should not be absorbing these fees.
New in 2018: Registrations after May 1 will be charged an additional $15 late fee.
This registration will allow you to provide contact information, sign consents, and submit payment.
More than one child can be registered in each session, with a single check-out at the end.
Once you have registered a child for their first season, that child's information is stored for faster registration in future sport seasons.
Please read through each page carefully to ensure that all information is provided accurately.
To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available. Upon completion of registration a charge from Hudson Boosters will appear on your credit or checking account.
Please note: If you are registering multiple children please register your children in order of age starting with the oldest first.
No off-line payments in 2018
There will be no off-line option for payment of Booster league fees. We will offer a payment plan option to help spread the cost of your registration over two periods. An additional option is the ability to pay via on-line check (routing & account number needed)
If you choose the payment plan, 50% of your payment will be due at the time of registration with the remaining 50% due on May 15th.
Dibs/volunteer requirements in 2018 - 6 Hours per player ($249 if not fulfilled), with a family maximum of 8 hours ($499 if not fulfilled)
The Hudson Booster club has a volunteer aspect to our baseball & softball registrations. Running the Booster baseball and softball leagues takes a tremendous amount of behind the scenes work which is entirely done by volunteers. We feel by getting more volunteers involved, the work it takes to run the programs can be spread out amongst the families that benefit from the youth sports experience. Then more bandwidth can be applied to improving these programs even further – field maintenance & improvements, increasing the training for coaches & umpires, running more regional tournaments, etc. By getting involved, families will gain a greater appreciation of everything the Boosters do for the youth and community as a whole. Volunteer programs have become common among youth sports programs, as both Hudson Soccer and Hudson Hockey run similar programs.
The Booster club has set the requirements at 6 hours per player with a family maximum of 12 hours.
New in Dibs for 2018:
All traveling programs, plus in-house programs 3rd grade and above will have this requirement. Tee-ball and machine pitch leagues do not have this requirement.
Coaches, assistant coaches, and team managers who have passed the background check will have their Dibs/volunteer hours WAIVED. This is a great chance for you to volunteer, teaching sportsmanship and game skills to the youth of Hudson.
Baseball Program Comissioner
Baseball Traveling Commissioner
Select an option to continue with the registration.