Naperville Baseball Association

March 14, 2019
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The Naperville Baseball Association was founded in 1955 to provide an outlet for youth baseball teams to play and enjoy the sport that they love. Now in its 64th continuous season, styles, equipment and participation may have changed, but the mission has not.

To that end, the Naperville Baseball Association is divided into two Leagues, based upon school grade. Junior Leagues is for junior high age players. Participants are typically 7th and 8th graders, but can, depending on age, range down into 6th grade. As the name implies, Senior League is for players who attend senior high school. This is most typically a range between 9th and 12th grade. Both Leagues offer competitive and more recreational levels of play.

The NBA offers professional training for both players and coaches. It strives to create a stable environment far from the cost and rigors of travel baseball. The NBA Fall Ball program is an excellent way to begin a successful transition from Little League. Fall Ball runs from September through October each year.

It is also run in conjunction with the PROS from the Baseball Sweatshop. Visit for more information.

Spotlight Guests:

Rick Reuland, Executive President
Brian White, Proprietor, Baseball Sweatshop, Training Arm of NBA