Policies & Procedures

Important TYB Policy

Temecula Youth Baseball is non-profit organization. Registration fees cover only a portion of our operating costs. Fundraising activities, snack bar, and team sponsorships provide much needed funding to keep our registration costs affordable to our members. Please note the following league policies and remember that they may be consequences for lack of support.

  • Each team is required to obtain a sponsor and failure to do so may make their team ineligible to participate in the season ending tournament or receive trophies. Please notify your manager if you or someone you know would like to sponsor a team.
  • Each team will receive a schedule with their times to work in the snack bar during or around their team’s game time.  This is a requirement of participation.




There is risk of injuries, both serious and minor, associated with baseball. These risks include, but are not limited to: injury to the head, neck, or spine (including paralysis); injury to the muscular or skeletal systems; injury to internal or external organs; loss of or damage to sight, hearing, or teeth; death; long or short-term disability; loss of income, career opportunities, or the enjoyment of life; pain; and scarring or disfigurement. Before releasing TEMECULA YOUTH BASEBALL, their officers, employees, agents, and assigns from all actions, claims, or demands related to any injury you may sustain as a result of participating in baseball, please give serious consideration to the possible ramifications.

By accepting the terms (clicking the “accept” box), I acknowledge the risk of injury that may result from participation in baseball and am willing to hereby do voluntarily assume all risks of harm associated with my participation. I am aware that participating in baseball may expose me to a risk of injury, minor or serious, including those listed above. I accept and assume all risks, known or unknown, listed or unlisted, that may result from my voluntary participation in baseball or in activities related to such sport, regardless of the cause of the injury. IN consideration of being permitted to participate in baseball, I knowingly and intentionally give up any legal right that I, my heirs, or legal representative have or may have against TEMECULA YOUTH BASEBALL, their officers, employees, agents and assigns, from my action, claim or demand that I, my heirs, or my legal representative have or ma have for any and all personal injuries I may suffer or sustain, regardless of cause or fault, on or off-the field, as a result of my voluntary participation in baseball. I knowingly intend my accepting the terms of this Agreement to be a complete defense to any legal proceeding that may be brought by anyone on their own or on my behalf for any injury I may suffer or sustain as a result of voluntarily participating in baseball or in activities related thereto and further intend the Agreement to be a complete and total release of liability for all negligent acts, failures to act or breaches of duty owed to me, which results in my personal injury or death as a result of my voluntary participation in baseball.




Our league operates on money received from registration and our expenses are budgeted accordingly. Should you require a refund please complete our Refund Request Form. TYB’s refund policy is as follows:

  • 100% refund if requested within 30 days of registration date and it is before the non-refundable cut-off date.
  • 100% refund, less a $25.00 processing fee, if requested after 30 days from the date of registration but before our no refund cut-off date.
  • No refund after Jan. 15th (Spring Season) or Aug. 15th (Fall Season).
  • For players who registered after the dates mentioned above, no refund will be issue once a player is placed on a team.





Through the minds of our children

Don't yell out instructions. During the game I'm trying to concentrate on what the coach says and working on what I've been practicing. It's easier for me to do my best if you save instructions and reminders for practice or just before the game. Don't put down the umpires. This embarrasses me and I sometimes wonder whether the umpire is going to be tougher on me because my parents yell.

Don't yell at me in public. It will just make things worse because I'll be upset, embarrassed, or worried that you're going to yell at me the next time I do something "wrong."

Don't yell at the coach. When you yell about who gets to play what position, it just stirs things up and takes away from the fun.

Don't put down my teammates. Don't make put-down remarks about any of my teammates who make mistakes. It takes away from our team spirit.

Don't put down the other team. When you do this you're not giving us a very good example of sportsmanship so we get mixed messages about being "good sports."

Don't lose your cool. I love to see you excited about the game, but there's no reason to get so upset that you lose your temper! It's our game and all the attention is supposed to be on us.

Don't lecture me about mistakes after the game. Those rides home in the car after the game are not a good time for lectures about how I messed up -- I already feel bad. We can talk later, but please stay calm, and don't forget to mention things I did well during the game!

Don't forget how to laugh and have fun. Sometimes it's hard for me to relax and have fun during the game when I look over and see you so tense and worried.

Don't forget that it's just a game! Odds are, I'm not going to make a career out of playing sports. I know I may get upset if we lose, but I also know that I'm usually feeling better after we go get pizza. I need to be reminded sometimes that it's just a game.