T-Ball

COVID-19 Update

At this time, registration is available for our spring sports leagues starting Jan. 1. Liberty Parks & Rec continues to work with the Clay County Public Health Center and Liberty Public Schools on a successful implementation of winter and spring sports. The health and welfare of our players, families, coaches and staff is our top priority. As this situation remains extremely fluid, we will continue to post updates if there are any changes to the status of our leagues. In the event of a cancellation, a full refund or credit of file will be available.

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Liberty Parks & Rec is offering t-ball leagues and tiny tot 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.

REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE JAN. 1 - MAR. 21 FOR REC. T-Ball

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  1. Recreational T-Ball League
  2. Tiny Tot T-Ball


Apr. 24 - June 19, 2021

  • 6 game schedule on Friday nights
  • Boys and girls ages 4-6
  • Games are played at Liberty Middle School Map»
  • Registration deadline is Mar. 21
    • Individual registration only

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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 Jessica Rawie or call 816-439-4392. 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.

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.