La Jolla Youth Baseball registration open until Jan. 8

Register now for La Jolla Youth Baseball’s 60th Anniversary Season!

Ages 4-14 are welcome to play recreational baseball in Shetland (5-6 years), Pinto (7-8 years), Mustang (9-10 years), Bronco (11-12 years) and Pony (13-14 years) leagues.

Registration closes on Jan. 8 with assessments being held on Saturday, Jan. 28. Practices start in early February and Opening Day is on March 3rd. Online registration at

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