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Welcome to Hopkins Baseball Association

Welcome to, the official communication and information link for 13U-15U players in the Hopkins Baseball Community, as well as for Senior level players for teams 16U and 17U-19U.

Hopkins Baseball Association seeks to enhance the personal growth and development of everyone involved in baseball, both on and off the field, including, but not limited to the players, coaches, parents, spectators, and officials.

When they say "play ball", that is what they mean - Play hard and have fun.

HBA & LTD Brewing - Perfect Teammates!

2022 HBA Parent Meeting Recap

The annual HBA Parent Meeting for the upcoming 2022 season was held on Wednesday 1/12/22 at 7 p.m.  It was a virtual meeting held on Zoom.  Thanks to all who attended!

For those that did not, below is the slide presentation from the meeting and a link to the recording.  Please check it out.  It provides a wealth of information about HBA, including the registration process, the winter training schedule, the tryout and team formation process, and the general calendar for the season. 

2022 HBA Parent Meeting Replay

Passcode: 4=W758XH

Get Your HBA Clothing & Gear Here

HBA Squad Locker

Click on the above link and check out the HBA Squad Locker page! Outfit your player and/or yourself while supporting the organization.

Volunteer Opportunities

We are constantly looking for help on both a short term and long term basis.  Please contact any board member if you are interested in helping out.  Current needs:

  • Board Members - Fall Ball Coordinator, Senior League Coordinator, Co-Sponsorship Coordinator
  • Coaches - Senior League Head Coach and Assistant Coaches

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HBA YouTube Channel

This is the link to our YouTube Channel

2022 MBL/MBT Baseball Bat Rules

HBA will once again play MBL in 2022.  What does that mean?  Not much, except for new bat rules.  Both USA and USSSA stamped bats will be allowed in league and tournament play.


Bats may be 2 1/4" in diameter with unlimited weight differential or bats may be 2 1/2", 2 5/8", and 2 3/4" in diameter with a -10 differential or less (meaning -9, -8 etc. NOT -11, -12, etc.) (ex. 31” – 21 oz.)


Bats may have a maximum diameter of 2 3/4" with a -5 or less differential


Bats may have a maximum diameter of 2 5/8” with a -3 or less differential and be BBCOR approved


HBA Teams

Off Season Clinics