Thank you for choosing AYL Baseball - here, you'll be able to get League information, updates, game schedules, game results, field directions, and more.
Team registration and Member Club information can be found on the individual Member Club website. Please contact your area member club or email the member club delegate found by clicking the AYL board member page.
Check back frequently for the latest information about our league.
AYL Member Clubs TRY OUT and Registration forum
AYL Member Clubs Try Out and Registration Updates;
The (AYL) Arapahoe Youth League Baseball Organization IS the Premier Youth Competitive Baseball League Located north towards I-70 and South to Castle Rock, East from Aurora, to the top of the Foothills West. Our Community Based league includes four (4) main divisions of play, Zero League play, Competitive play (AAA and Majors Divisions) and Developmental play (AA Division), plus our 14 year old pre-high school program
The AYL is organized by Member Clubs that manage different territories and teams are formed by minimum in territory player requirements. Teams start at the 6 year old age level and continue through 14 year olds (8th grade) level.
AYL MEMBER CLUBS
Bear Creek/Cherry Creek "Bruins"
Castle Rock "Raptors"/Denver "Eagles"/Parker "Hawks"
South Jeffco/Aurora "Spartans"/Aurora "Stallions"
Littleton "Thunder"/Highland Ranch "Warriors"
Futures (14's) League
AAA/Majors– This program is designed to prepare older kids for High School baseball and is played on the same size field as High Schools. This is a competitive program intended to ready players for the next level. (7th and 8th graders ONLY)
Wednesday only games, 8 Game season, must play through AYL member clubs.
Majors– The Majors program represents experienced players that show a high level of competition in the AYL.
AAA– Our AAA Level represents a large number of players in our league. It is for more experienced players that are close to reaching Majors level of play.
AA - This is our largest program, and as our entry level it is still a very competitive division and is intended for only those at an early level of experience or those not ready for the other level commitments.
For over 49 years, the AYL has produced an outstanding atmosphere for competitive and developmental baseball in South Denver and the surrounding Metro Areas. We are a community based league that is played within the boundaries of our member clubs.
It is the AYL baseball Board's mission to support youth athletic programs that exist to help children in the development of positive life skills and self-concepts. It is the AYL mission to foster and teach the basic skills and fundamentals of a sport, to offer a safe and nurturing environment and to teach the importance of sportsmanship, teamwork and integrity, while sharing with their family, coaches and teammates the emotions of success and failure. In addition, our main purpose is to provide a safe, enjoyable opportunity for all participants that is challenging and above all else, FUN!
We thrilled that you have chosen AYL as your baseball family ~ AYL Baseball Board
Arapahoe Youth League has teamed up with the Colorado Baseball Coaches Association (CBCA)!
The Colorado Baseball Coaches Association was formed in 2012 as a community of individuals of all ages who are here to promote the sport of baseball in the state of Colorado. All levels of competition including recreation, competitive, league, tournaments, high school and college baseball are part of the association.
Highlights of the site are:
* A single online source of baseball, who is, where is, ect.
* Team tryout postings.
* League & tournament postings and more info.
* Ask and umpire (Have a rule question, ask our Umpire).
* High school and College info available.
It is now mandatory that all coaches that coach in the AYL must take the NFHS Concussion Class. For more info click on Senate Bill 40 click the menu button to the left or to take the certification class now click here.
Generally we update/post the
"Today's Game Field Status" indicator (located below) by 3pm on weekdays, 7am on Saturdays and 9am on Sundays. As a good practice you should check this area after the stated times.
Green = The game is on/open Yellow = Check your team schedule Red = The game is off/closed