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Fontana Baseball Association

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1. What are your league boundaries? We are not bound by streets. You do not have to be a Fontana resident. 

2. What is  Resident vs Non-Resident? City of Fontana regulations require all leagues to maintain a player residency requirement of 80/20 to have access to fields and practice sites. While FBA has always met the residency requirement in previous years, our percentage has come close to the minimum requirement the last few seasons and we want to make sure our families are aware of the situation. Fontana Parks and Recreational department monitors our league registrations very closely. 

In the unlikely event that our "residency" percentage drops below 80%, we will be forced to implement a "residency fee" for non-residents. We don't foresee this being an issue and will notify families ASAP if a wait list goes into effect. There would then be a charge based on City of Fontana non-resident fee for all non-residents outside of the Fontana zip codes. This increase would be at  the rate of  out of residency fees the City of Fontana would charge us.

3. What does my registration fee cover?Registration Fees include: Insurance, Field Maintenance, hat, umpire fees, City of Fontana field usage fees, equipment, pictures, general league operations, etc (does not include player jersey)

4.What ages can play in this league? And what does league age mean? Our league starts at league 3 and goes to 18.  For ages 15-18 their season runs June 1st- December(based on field availability)  

5. What divisions/ages go to Allstars? All divisons and ages go to Allstars.  Yes including our 3 and 4 year olds.  The 3-4 year old team is guaranteed to play in the world-series.  All other age groups All stars are by age group. Such as 5u,6u,7u,8u,9u,10u,11u,12u,13u,14u,16u18u. 

6. Do we have to fundraise? Yes. Our league does one mandatory fundraiser each spring. This helps keep our registration fees down. 

7. Do the  3,4,5 and 6 year olds play tee-ball? No. Our little guys hit off a machine,called a Blue Flame. This helps them develop good hand-eye coordination as well as motor skills. We have done it for 16 seasons now and been very successful. These little guys will amaze you at how fast they learn. 



Fontana Baseball Association of Pony
16155 Sierra Lakes Pkwy, #638
Fontana, California 92336

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