General’s Highway baseball program aims to teach children the necessary skills to play the game of baseball while imparting a strong sense of sportsmanship, and teamwork. Our coaches encouragement of player effort provides for greater enjoyment by the player and ultimately leads to better skilled and better-motivated players.
About Clinic (Tee Ball)
Tee Ball is a co-ed sport geared towards introducing
You should be contacted by your coach by the first week of April with practice times and locations. The games begin
Fees for 2019
Our fee structure for Baseball for 2019 is listed below. When you use our
10U City League $125.00
12U County League $240.00
14U County League $240.00
Please read over the Uniform & Equipment page for further information about items you are required to have and/or need to supply.
All boys and girls born on or before April 30,
The team uniform for both baseball and softball consists of a navy blue and orange Jersey with the number and General’s Highway marking in white and a navy blue and white fitted baseball cap. Players will also get one pair of Gray Pants.
General’s Hwy Registration Fee covers the following:
* 1 Hat
* Navy Blue and Orange Jersey Top
* 1 Pair of Gray Pants
* Team Catchers Equipment
* League Fees
* Umpire Fees
* Insurance Fees
** Jerseys and Pants will be collected at the end of the season.
Players and Family
* Athletic Supporter
* Batting Helmet (for sanitation purposes) Should be Navy Blue in color.
Players in Baseball are not required to wear cleats. However, it is recommended, if you do wish to get cleats first check our new equipment exchange listing on our web site (click HERE) which allows you to exchange with other players. Cleats must be rubber if worn.
All male players must supply and wear a cup.
Baseball Hall of Fame
This page is to honor the play of exceptional General’s Highway/Rolling Knolls/Crownsville teams that have played in the past, as well as our friends. Much of this history is unknown and so suggestions and help are appreciated.
General’s Highway Cadets – 2008 – Chuck Debelius #54
We wish to honor Charles (Chuck) Debelius, born in Baltimore in 1932 and a 1954 graduate of West Point Academy, who retired from the Army. His youngest son, Ken, helped sponsor the resurrection of our baseball program in honor of his Dad and to help our young ones have a good program. In honor of this charitable