Minnetonka Baseball Association is a program of service to the youth of our community. It is geared to provide an outlet of healthful activity and training under good leadership in an atmosphere of wholesome community participation.

MBA will be playing under the rules governed by Metro Baseball League (MBL).  Please use the link to MBL's website to find your specific level.

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10’s & 11’s



Travel 10 & 11:

  • Players will have the option to try out for a travel team. Team’s will be formed and divided into AAA, AA, and A levels based on skill level, and overall enrollment.
  • The tryout and evaluation process will not change.  The total # of AAA, AA, and A teams will be decided upon based on the results of the evaluations for each age level.
  • 10’s and 11’s will NOT be combined, and will have their own AAA, AA, and A team(s).
  • Travel teams will play 1-2 games a week against MBL teams within the metro area.
  • Travel teams will play in at least 3-4 tournaments a summer (not including State Tournaments, which are additive to the schedule inJuly).
  • MBA will apply MBL Rules for these ages.  MBA may also consider adding pitching or player rotation guidelines.

Community League 10//11( Non-Travel Teams ):

  • Players who chose to not try out for travel, or do not make a travel team will play in a house/community league
  • 10’s & 11’s will be combined on Non-Travel Teams.
  • Non-Travel Teams will practice 1-2 times per week, and will play 2-3 games per week similar to last year.
  • MBA will apply MBL Rules for these ages.  MBA may also consider adding pitching or player rotation guidelines.
  • 1 reciprocal friend request can me made.



Can my child “play up” in their school age group?


MBL is structured as 11U, 10U, etc.  Players in their respective groups must not reach the next age before May 1, 2017. This date will be used to determine the players baseball age for divisions, along with consideration of their current school grade the Spring of 2018.  Each player will be placed in AAA, AA, or A teams based on preseason evaluations.  Their placement will be based on their skills, and where evaluators feel they would perform best.  As players will be placed within teams of players with similar skills levels, there should be no need to play up, however it is permissible for a player to “play up” from their designated age division due to being in that specific school grade of that other division, but they may not “play down” a division.  For example, a 10 year old baseball age 5th grader may play in the 11 year old division if they are in 5th grade as of Spring 2018, but an 11 year old baseball age player may NOT play in the 10 year old division.