Morning Star Staff
The Vernon Men’s Baseball League will play in 2016.
The league will enter its first full season, after running a drop-in league last year.
A minimum of three teams will play on Sundays at Marshall Field from the middle of April until the end of July, with each team guaranteed six games plus playoffs.
Former Vernon Diamondbacks Kyle Anderson and Jason Webster are heading up the league, with support from former teammates.
“We had a lot of fun last season with the drop-in stuff,” said Anderson. “We can’t wait to grow this into a legitimate league again, and allow for players to continue playing baseball whether they’re 19 or 40+.”
The competitive, but recreational, league will supply equipment, uniforms, and umpires for the season, which costs $100 to play.
You can pick up and drop off your registration forms at Sun Valley Source for Sports in Vernon.
You can also try on sample jerseys for sizing purposes at Sun Valley as well. For more information, you can contact Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or Like the Vernon Men’s Baseball League Facebook page.