Since 1943 the KC 3 & 2 Baseball Club has been providing competitive youth baseball in Kansas City, Missouri.

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KC 3&2 Baseball Fees and Age Limits

                            

 
Since 1943 - Providing competitive youth baseball in Kansas City, Missouri.
 
The 3 & 2 Baseball Club of Kansas City, Missouri has provided competitive youth baseball in Kansas City since 1943. Mr. George VanBecelaere had the foresight to acquire the land at Bannister and Blue River Roads in 1963 and designed and constructed the five beautiful diamonds being used today.  The program has instilled the “love of the game” for all youth that played and has touched the lives of over 59,000 youths and counting. 
 
Many of the players have played high school and college baseball and a select few have been drafted and have played major league baseball.  The program offers baseball for 6 year olds up to 18 year olds and supports the Kansas City Ban Johnson league for college age baseball.
 
League Team Age Requirments & Fees
Teams are formed based on age rather than grade in school (see the section "Eligibility of Players for 2020 Season" below).
 
Please note that effective with the 2018 season moving forward, Kansas City 3&2 Baseball has adopted an "automatic age exception" policy to allow players of the same grade to play together.  Players that are in the same grade but fall outside of the birtdate cutoff will be provided an automatic age exception to participate on teams of the same grade.  The League President and Competition Committee may revoke this age exception at any point during the season if a competetive advantage or safety concern arises at the sole discretion of the League President and Competition Committee.

Players that are not currently part of a team roster should select "Free Agency" during the registration process.  
All efforts will be made to assign these players to a team or designate based on the needs of the teams in the league in conjunction with the player's desires. 
 
All teams must provide player uniforms and equipment.
 
 
Eligibility of Baseball Players for 2020 Season (as of May 1, 2020)
 
League Age Group (Grade Exception) Born on or After
7U T-Ball 7 & Under May 1, 2012
7/8U Rookie League Machine Pitch
8 & Under (1st & 2nd Grade)
May 1, 2011
9U Midget C Junior 9 & Under (3rd Grade) May 1, 2010
10U Midget C
10 & Under (4th Grade)
May 1, 2009
11/12U Midget B
12 & Under (5th & 6th Grade)
May 1, 2007
13/14U Midget A 14 & Under (7th & 8th Grade) May 1, 2005
HS Federal League (June 1 Start)
18 & Under (High School)
May 1, 2003

 

Eligibility of Softball Players for 2020 Season (as of May 1, 2020)

League
Age Group (Grade Exception)
Born on or After 
 8U Machine Pitch Softball
8 & Under (1st & 2nd Grade)
May 1, 2011
10U Softball
10 & Under (3rd & 4th Grade)
May 1, 2009
12U Softball 
12 & Under (5th & 6th Grade)
May 1, 2007
14U Softball 14 & Under (7th & 8th Grade) May 1, 2005
     

 

 

 

2020 Season Roster & Fee Information 
Kansas City 3&2 Baseball does not have a "Team Fee" structure and requires all players to register online and pay the required "Player Fee" outlined below.  Minimum and Maximum Roster sizes are important to maintain a quality experience for all participants.
 
Baseball Roster & Fee Information 
 
Baseball Min Max League Fee Raffle Fee Total Fee
7u T-Ball 11 14 $90.00 $30.00 $120.00
7/8u Machine Pitch 11 14 $230.00 $60.00 $290.00
9u Midget C Jr 10 15 $240.00 $60.00 $300.00
10u Midget C 10 15 $250.00 $60.00 $310.00
11/12u Midget B 10 15 $265.00 $60.00 $325.00
13/14u Midget A 10 15 $275.00 $60.00 $335.00

 

Softball Roster & Fee Information 

 
Softball Min Max League Fee Raffle Fee Total Fee
8U MP Softball        11 14 $100.00 $60.00 $160.00
10U Softball 10 15 $125.00 $60.00 $185.00
12U Softball 10 15 $140.00 $60.00 $200.00
14U Softball 10 15 $150.00 $60.00 $210.00

 


 
The rules and regulations of the 3&2 Baseball Club of Kansas City are supplemented by the latest edition of the American League Baseball Rules. These Rules and Regulations are to be supplemented by the Charter and By-Laws of the Club. The Board of Directors has the power to make decisions on any points not specifically covered in the Rules and Regulations.