The Department of Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Washington Nationals host baseball clinics to introduce the game to children in Prince George’s County. The clinics are hosted by local high school team coaches and players. Participants are given great prizes at the end of the clinic.
The Department of Parks and Recreation supports youth league play through the Prince George’s County Boys and Girls Club. Find a team for your child at www.pgcbgc.com. League play begins in April and registration starts in March. Divisions offered are Tee Ball (5-6), Machine Pitch (7-9), Modified Kid Pitch (8-9), Minor (10-11) and Major League(11-12)
For the older ages, The Department of Parks and Recreation is an official MLB/RBI League. MLB/RBI is an initiative developed to “Revive Baseball in Inner Cities”. There are two age division for play; Junior (13-15) and Senior (16-18). League play begins in May and registration starts in April. We are always looking for volunteer coaches to help provide teams for these players to play games. All-Stars from these divisions will be selected to represent Prince George’s County in the MLB/RBI Mid-Atlantic Regional in Late July. Prince George’s County RBI has a rich history of participation and hope to continue to grow the program.
Please forward any general questions to 301-446-6800.
Premier baseball fields in the county include:
Nationals All-Star Field at Walker Mill Regional Park