West Kentucky Baseball & Softball Association

WKBSA was established in 1995. The aim of the program is to provide education and instruction in the fundamentals of baseball and softball. WKBSA is a non-profit, charitable organization offering a sports program for the youth and young adults in the community. Through these team activities the participants can develop courage, self-reliance, self-confidence, and appreciation of their own worth as individuals and grow as responsible members of their families and as citizens of their community. Fair and honorable play shall rule supreme. 

Baseball Age Divisions

  • 7 yr old division- turning 7 yrs old by April 30th current year
  • 8 yr old division- turning 8 yrs old by April 30th current year
  • 9 yr old division- turning 9 yrs old by April 30th current year
  • 10 yr old division- turning 10 yrs old by April 30th current year
  • 11 yr old division- turning 11 yrs old by April 30th current year
  • 12 yr old division- turning 12 yrs old by April 30th current year
  • 13 yr old division- turning 13 yrs old by April 30th current year
  • 14 yr old and up available if there are enough registrations

Softball Age Divisions

  • 7 yr old division- 7 yrs old on January 1st current year
  • 8 yr old division- 8 yrs old on January 1st current year
  • 9 yr old division- 9 yrs old on January 1st current year
  • 10 yr old division- 10 yrs old on January 1st current year
  • 11 yr old division- 11 yrs old on January 1st current year
  • 12 yr old division- 12 yrs old on January 1st current year
  • 13 yr old division- 13 yrs old on January 1st current year
  • 14 yr old and up available if there are enough registrations

Updates

Text @mmpba to 81010 to receive Remind messages from us regarding registration dates, season updates and cancellations due to weather. **You do not have to download the app to receive text alerts.

Mike Miller Baseball Softball Association Board

Nick Tapp, Jared Whybark, Adam Spalding, Tracy Henson, Cayla Thorn, Donnie Youngblood

Concussion Training for Coaches

Every WKBSA team is required to have at least one coach on that team that has completed Concussion Awareness Training.  This is a requirement from our insurance company. This training must be updated annually. The link below will direct you to a source provided by the CDC.  This is an on-line course and is self directed.  It takes about 30 minutes and there is a short quiz at the end.  You will be able to print a Certificate once completed.  Please attach a copy of the certificate to your roster when you turn your roster in.  ​No team will be allowed to compete until at least one coach from that team has completed the course.

Now Accepting Umpire Applications

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