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Capital City Baseball Association

Updated 3/31/22

Kirk Van RoekelPresident ***
Margo NorthrupTreasurer
Derek JohnsonSecretary
Chad Babcock
VP - Intermediate Director

Tony Blake
VP - Minors Director

Jeff RunyanVP - Pee Wee Director

Derek SchiefelbeinBankwest Tournament
Rachel GravesConcessions Director

Wayne SchaefbauerPlayer Agent
Greg GoodmanCoaching Director  
Jack Dokken
Pete KienholzSafety Director 
Trent MerkwanFundraising Director  
John KeyesTournament/Concessions  
Dylan Dowling


CCBA Playup Policy

Capital City Baseball Association encourages players to play in their designated age division. However, in situations where a player’s ability and skills would be more properly matched by playing at a higher level, a parent or guardian may request to ‘play up’ to the next higher level by submitting said request in writing to the President of the Board of Directors prior to March 15th of each season. No play-up requests will be accepted after that date. Further, no player will be allowed to play-up more than one league year.

Once the request is made, the following process will dictate if the player is allowed to play-up to the next level.

1. The Player Agent will evaluate the player which may include contacting the player’s coach from the previous year(s) as well as an evaluation of the players skills. The Player Agent may approve the request, at which point he advances it to the league director for consideration in the draft. If the Player Agent denies the request, his decision is final and the player will remain in their designated age division.

2. If approved by the Player Agent, the player will be eligible for the draft in the higher league. The player MUST be drafted in the first five rounds to be eligible to play in that league. If this does not occur, the player will remain in their designated division.

Play-down requests may also be made and will be forwarded to the Player Agent for consideration. All requests to play-down will be made by the Player Agent and will be decided at least one week prior to the annual draft night.