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NEW - Health insurance information is required at registration.
Click here for the baseball registration link

Registration Deadline is March 15th

Volunteer and Fundraising Requirements

1. Volunteer Requirement (DIBS):  4 hrs volunteering time per registered child or a maximum of 8 hrs per family per season, or pay a $250 volunteer buyout option at registration per registered child.

2. Fundraising Requirement:  Sell 5 PushSave mobile coupon books per family or pay a $50 buyout option per family.

Note: Machine Pitch through 9th grade participants are required to complete both the volunteer requirement and the fundraising requirement (T-ball participants do not need to do the volunteering or fundraising requirement).

Grant In Aid Scholarship Program

We want all kids to be able to play sports!  We understand that financial difficulties arise and we want to help. If you need assistance paying for sports, please click HERE for our Grant in Aid Program.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please see changes to the following ARAA Baseball events:


  • House Baseball Evaluations 2nd-6th Grade are postponed, TBD
  • House Baseball Parent Meetings are postponed, TBD
  • House Baseball Coaches Meetings are postponed, TBD
  • Mandatory Traveling Parent/Player Meeting is postponed, TBD

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"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard."

- Tim Notke


If you are interested in any of the following board positions or have questions, please contact Anoka Ramsey Baseball Commissioner, Dan Dow, at  Thank you!


This opportunity entails duties such as:
1. Promotion and development of recreational teams for girls and boys from 3rd through 6th grade.
2. Establishing equipment needs, scheduling practices, and working with the Tournament Director to organize games and tournaments, as well as working with the umpire association for scheduling games in advance.
3. Works with Junior House Director
4. Oversees the annual House Player evaluation and draft process.
5. Obtaining team rosters and code of conduct forms from coordinators.   
6. Answering parent and coach questions via email or phone.
7. Ensures that all ARAA Baseball policies are adhered to and enforced.


1. Coordinates with Directors to identify equipment needs. Orders equipment as needed.
2. Estimates equipment needs and provides requirements to program Directors for upcoming year's budget development.
3. The Equipment Director has the authority to order and/or purchase equipment, as directed by the Commissioners, within the yearly budget approved by the ARAA board. The Commissioners and/or the ARAA Board before its purchase must approve any purchases not included in the yearly budget.
4. Coordinates with House and Traveling Directors to install bases and L-screens at beginning of season, maintain during season, remove and store at end of season.
5. Coordinates the distribution of equipment at the beginning of the season.
6. Coordinates the receipt of equipment after the season.
7. Coordinates the maintenance of equipment and replacement of equipment as necessary.


1. Responsible for building out ARAA Baseball's extended season (Fall Ball) options.
2. Assists in the creation of teams and assignment of fields.
3. Promote player and coach engagement and development.
4. Organize with outside organizations to ensure extended season opportunities exist for all.


"One of the greatest gifts you can give is your time."

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