Saturday, December 8th


2:00pm – 5:00pm


Schopflin Park (across the street from Cardinal Newman Baseball field) Check in from 1:30-2:00

Season Length: 

May – July


1 Week Day

1 Weekend Day
with tournaments permitting


Between 4 – 6 total

Roster Size: 

Minimum: 11

Maximum: 14

Cost per Player: 

Between $850-$1,000

Gear & Apparel

**Uniforms, undershirts, fan gear are not included in Per Player fees.**

FBK1 is happy to announce that starting in the Spring of 2019, we will be adding an 11U, 12U, and 13U Spring / Summer Teams.

13U/14U will be playing in the local AE 8th grade league.  Whether you are a 13 or 14-year-old 7th or 8th grader you are eligible to play on our team which will participate in the February through June season.  This team will consist of 1 practice during the week and possible practice on Saturdays with doubleheaders being played on Sundays at local high schools.  Locations include Petaluma, Casa Grande, Newman, Keiser Park, Montgomery, Vets Memorial in Yountville.

This League is a very fun and competitive league so please sign up for tryouts now.

Tryouts will be held Saturday, November 10th.

Tryout Location: TBD

Please stay tuned for more information regarding details.

Thank you and we are looking forward to seeing everyone at the field.

FBK1 Coaching Staff

Email Kasey at or with any additional questions.

FBK1 baseball teams are in their first year of it’s organization but, our coaches have been coaching for a combined 50+ years. Our coaches have played and coached from the professional levels down through college, high school and youth leagues. With all this experience I am confident that your player will be prepared to compete at each level they play.

Our practices will be twice a week, one weekday and one weekend day when not at a tourney. Our practices will be designed to be fun yet intense with a focus on development and preparation.  Your player will walk away from our practices with an understanding of the game as well as what it takes to be a good teammate, friend, player but most importantly a good person.

 Please understand that these are not “pay to play” teams. You are paying for an education in baseball and how to work hard both at practice and games as well as on and off the field.  Players will learn how to compete for positions on defense as well as in the lineup. These are just a few things that your player will need to learn how to do as they move up to higher levels.

Thank you,

FBK1 Coaches