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The AYBA 9 and 10 champs, “The Dodgers,” are part of the youth baseball association. This spring, Milton residents will for the first time get to pay the same rate as Alpharetta residents to take part. (click for larger version)
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November 21, 2012ALPHARETTA, Ga. — The Alpharetta Youth Baseball Association (AYBA) has opened registration for its spring 2013 baseball season.
The spring season will include tee-ball and baseball programs for children from 4-18. To register, go to www.alpharettayouthbaseball.org/store/register-spring.html and click on the green "Spring 2013 Registration" icon.
Milton city residents will see a significant fee reduction this year following the agreement reached between the cities of Alpharetta and Milton Nov. 5. With this agreement, all Milton residents who play at AYBA will pay the Alpharetta city rate, reducing registration fees for Milton residents by up to 75 percent.
"2012 was a record year with over 1,800 kids playing baseball at the new AYBA," said Bill Lusby, AYBA president and commissioner. "With the lower fee structure for Milton residents, we expect continued growth of the AYBA program in 2013 and encourage the community to register early, as space is limited."