T-Ball

Liberty Parks & Rec is offering t-ball programs for boys and girls ages 3- 6. The programs are designed to develop motor skills, promote physical fitness and encourage social interaction.These coed programs emphasizes fun, participation and teamwork. Participants are guaranteed playing time in the field and at bat.

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Recreational T-Ball League- Spring

  • April 25 - June 20, 2020
  • For boys and girls ages 4-6
  • 8 game schedule on Saturday mornings and afternoons
  • Games are played at Liberty Middle School Fields
  • Registration deadline is March 15LEARN MORE AND REGISTER Opens in new window
    • Individual registration
  • Volunteer Coaching Information: Our recreation programs are dependent upon volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching and would like to help with the program, please contact Paula Ruf or call 816-439-4393. Volunteer coaches are allowed to bring in a full or partial team. The remaining roster will be filled by the league director based on a blind draw and the school the children attend.


Tiny Tot T-Ball Program

  • For boys and girls ages 3-5
  • Sessions in May and June
  • 4 weeks of instructional mini clinics with a game on the last week
  • Clinics are held at Liberty Middle School fields Map»
  • Individual registration
  • May 5-28, 2020
    • Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
    • 6 -7 p.m.
    • Registration deadline is April 28
  • June 1-23, 2020
    • Monday, Tuesday or Thursday
    • 6-7 p.m.
    • Registration deadline is May 25LEARN MORE AND REGISTER Opens in new window
    • Individual registration
  • Volunteer Coaching Information: Liberty Parks & Rec instructors work with parent volunteers who lead small groups through designated stations. If you would like to become a parent volunteer, please contact Paula Ruf or call 816-439-4393.


Scholarship Program

If you need any assistance to participate in a sports program, please check out the Liberty Parks & Rec Foundation Scholarship Programs.  These scholarships can make LPR programs and activities more accessible by partially covering the cost of current registration fees for youth who qualify.