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Does anyone know what the age limit is to start T-ball? My son will be 3 soon and I am interested in getting him involved.

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My daughter brought a flyer home from Salem Ballpark the other day, and I think it said four years old.

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On www.BryantBaseball.org, it says T-ball is for kids that are ages four and five.
Ohhh ok thank you :) Guess we have to wait until next year :)

Shelli Russell said:
My daughter brought a flyer home from Salem Ballpark the other day, and I think it said four years old.

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On www.BryantBaseball.org, it says T-ball is for kids that are ages four and five.
Do you know what the birthday cutoff is; like by which date they have to be four?
My son started when he was 4 at Little Oaks Ball park. My nieces played at Arch St Ball Park and I think some one there said they started tball at 3. I think the different parks have their own rules. I would check around with a few of them. It may be too early to start calling.

If you are in the Bryant area their ballpark has a website: www.bryantbaseball.org

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