San Anselmo Youth Baseball
History of youth baseball in San Anselmo...
San Anselmo has enjoyed a long and successful tradition of baseball. Starting with the initial teams of the early 1900's, followed by the opening of Memorial Park in 1926, to the formation of SABA in 1954 and through to the programs of today, San Anselmo has accommodated hundreds of young baseball players from throughout the community every year for the past 100 years.
The San Anselmo Baseball Association "SABA" dissolved in 2021 after an incredible 65+ year run of fostering a supportive and instructive culture that nurtured teamwork, skill development, and a lifelong love of the sport.
San Anselmo is partnering with West Marin Little League, with a combined range of baseball opportunities for ages 4-13 years.
Younger Kid Divisions (ages 4-8 year olds):
San Anselmo Recreation Department specializes in the Younger Kid Divisions - offering instructional and league youth baseball programs for ages 4 to 8 years old. Youth play at Memorial Park. Although this is a San Anselmo based program, kids from all towns and cities are welcome to join
Older Kid Divisions (ages 9-13 year olds):
West Marin Little League (WMLL) - Offers league play for the older kids (ages 9-13 years) in Minors AA, Minors AAA, Majors and Juniors. Fall ball is also offered. Games are played at various locations in Fairfax and West Marin. For more information and to register, please visit https://www.westmarinlittleleague.com/
Younger Kid Divisions (3-8 Years)
Bambino Baseball (3-4 years)
Bambinos is an ideal introduction to the game of baseball for both parent and child. Players will learn the basic skills like throwing, catching, hitting, and running. Bambinos play on Sunday mornings, with classes beginning in March and running through April. Parent participation is required.
Farm Club (4-5 years)
Farm Club Baseball is the first experience with team sports for many of its participants. This is a non-competitive league focusing on skill-building and developing fundamental knowledge of the game. Farm Club takes place on Sundays beginning at the end of March and running through May.
Rookie Baseball (6-8 years)
Rookie Baseball emphasizes the development of skills and the ability to play multiple positions. This is a non-competitive instructional league where everyone has fun and we do not keep score. There are two sessions of Rookie Baseball. One in the spring that begins in March and runs through May, and then another in the Summer that begins in May and runs through June.