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Algonquin Baseball and Softball Association is official!

Dear Northborough Baseball and Softball Families: On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Algonquin Baseball and Softball Association, I wanted to send a quick note to update you on the exciting things going on with youth baseball and softball in Northborough and Southborough. 1) Our merger is legally complete and we are now one organization - Algonquin Baseball and Softball (ABSA).   There is a new domain (algonquinbsa.org) that currently points to the Southborough website however, we are working on merging websites, social media, etc..  Please bear with us as this will take some time.  There are many people that have worked, and continue to work, very hard in making this possible.  We cannot thank them enough.  Both organizations had a very dedicated and involved board of volunteers, and I am thrilled to report that every board member that wanted to continue has remained on the new ABSA Board. You can see the list here. 2) Registration for all age levels remains open.  If you have not registered for the 2022 season, please do so now.  Registration is still being handled on the Northborough and Southborough websites separately.   Please register before January 30, 2022 so we can order the right amount of uniforms.  All Softball for both towns will still go through the Northborough website this year. 3) As communicated earlier in the merger process, our plan for the 2022 season is to have fully integrated teams at the AAA and Majors levels. These teams will consist of players and coaches from both Northborough and Southborough.  It is important for our league to fully integrate as soon as possible.  Our summer all-star teams will also be fully integrated (with the exception of Cooperstown teams that were already formed/paid for) and our goal is for them to be more inclusive.  The AA and below levels will operate as teams consisting of players exclusively from within each town.  At this age level, the convenience of in town practices for families outweighs the benefits of full integration and the logistics associated therewith.  We will, however, be combining events like Opening Day, Jamboree, Home Run Derby, etc.  More details on all of this to come in the next couple of months. 4) If your player is planning on playing baseball at the AAA or majors level next season, they must be evaluated so that we can ensure proper league placement and the formation of fair teams.  If your player did not attend an evaluation session in the fall, they need to attend this winter. You should have received an email on this already if it applies (as well as new registrations).  Please sign up at this link. 5) Opening Day will be here before you know it.  Please mark your calendars for Opening Day on Saturday, April 29 (with a rain date of Sunday, April 30).  More details on time, location etc. to follow. 6) ABSA cannot be successful without your help.  Our Board is 100% volunteers.  We need your help to make the league great.  We rely on volunteers like you to open and close fields, run concession stands, coach teams, coordinate leagues, run special events, hang signage, etc.  You will get volunteer emails from time to time - please do not think that someone else will do it.  We really do need and want your help.  You can always check here for signups as well. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach to me at  . David Fialkow President, ABSA


by posted 01/17/2022
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