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Register now for the Spring 2018 MBA season! 

 

 

Registration Fees

Registration fees pay for equipment, uniforms, field usage/ maintenance, umpires, professional coaches (Bronco / Pony Divisions), Opening Day and more. Our registration fees for Spring 2018 are unchanged from last season:

$525 for Pinto

$575 for Mustang

$750 for Bronco

$750 for Pony

For more information about commitment, fees, volunteer requirements and player evaluations, please visit our Spring Registration page. Answers to questions regarding what to expect in each division, MBA's age eligibility or bat policies, the Mavericks program and most other issues can be found on our website.  

Buddying up for Baseball

MBA's baseball players in every age group -- Pinto to Pony -- experienced the joy of sharing their love of the game with a buddy during the spring season. Teams paired up for pizza parties and post-game treats, and headed to the bleachers to cheer on their little or big friends on the field throughout the season. Thanks to Gina Olson for coordinating MBA's efforts to link up teams up and foster true community spirit!

 

 

 

MBA Kicks Off 40th Year and Celebrates Opening Day  

Thank you to the team of volunteers who helped make our 2017 Opening Day Parade and Ceremony a reality!  On Saturday Feb. 25, the Moraga Baseball Association celebrated its 40th Anniversary with a festive hometown parade and ceremony. The event featured over 200 players and coaches, members from the original 1977 MBA Board, the Campolindo High School cheer team, Boy Scout Troop 212 color guard, the Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School band, and Moraga police and fire departments. The master of ceremonies was Oakland A's announcer Dick Callahan, a long-time local resident.  

The Founding MBA Board Members were on Hand to Help Celebrate MBA's 40th Anniversary

Oakland A's Announcer Dick Callahan was the Master of Ceremonies

The MBA Opening Day Committee - Without MBA's Dedicated Group of Mom's, Nothing Happens! 

Coach Max Luckhurst was on hand to share his baseball insights and experiences.

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