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Registration Open For Tri-Township Baseball - offering a program for ALL ages 5 through Adulthood

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Registration Open For Tri-Township Baseball - offering a program for ALL ages 5 through Adulthood
 


Registration is available online, www.tritownship.com,  or in person from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. on both Wednesday January 23rd  and Thursday Feb. 28 at the Wrightstown Village Library, 727 Penns Park Road, Wrightstown, Pa. 18940. (Pictured above is Tri-Township Manager Ken Hone coaching the Bucks County Babe Ruth All-Stars to a 4-0 victory over the Mercer County All-Stars at the Trenton Thunder Stadium this past August, Tyler Hone making a running game saving catch, and Ken Irwin's led 2011 National Runner-Up World Series team).


 


Registration for Tri-Township Baseball, home of the National World Series runner ups, is now open. Tri-Township baseball attributes its longstanding success, over 65 years in our community, to offering baseball opportunities for players of all ages and abilities through its fun, family friendly in-house program through its competitive travel, tournament, national trail, and even recent World Series Runner-Up teams. It remains the only local league that offers both the Collegiate and adult Classic Baseball Leagues. Tri-Township offers the Cal Ripken Boundaries program for children 12 and under. The program is open to children from the following towns: Newtown Borough and Township, Northampton Township, Wrightstown Township, Buckingham Township, Solebury and New Hope.
 
The Babe Ruth program is for kids 13 and older. It’s open to children from the following towns: Newtown Township, Northampton Township, Upper Makefield, Wrightstown, Solebury, Buckingham, Doylestown,  Upper Southampton, Upper Moreland, Warrington and Warwick. The Senior Babe Ruth, Collegiate Baseball, and Classic Baseball leagues have much broader boundaries, including all of Bucks County as Tri-Township Baseball remains the only local league to offer these opportunities.
 
For more information, email homeplate2008@aol.com or call Jim Barlow at 215-598-0311.

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