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PBSA Spring 2020 Announcement

Dear PBSA families,


Thank you all so much for your patience. While we have hoped to have parks back open and bats back to swinging by this time, a) the Governor announced this week that only sports with 4 or fewer people would be allowed to be played right now, and that’d potentially make for a VERY offensively-lopsided baseball game, and b) the Town of Prosper still has all fields closed until at least May 18th. Unfortunately, that means that we won’t have enough time to get in a Spring season this year for League/Recreational-Level baseball and softball programs. We know that with that comes many questions, so I’ll do my best to address them below, but you have to PROMISE me you’ll read thoroughly and follow the crystal clear directions I’ve given for any further questions you may have. Deal? Ok! Here we go...


Q: My child is on one of the League Recreational baseball and softball teams. What about our payment?

A: We will be issuing a prorated refund to all paid participants based on expenses already incurred this season (i.e. uniforms and some umpire and field usage fees).  So, everyone will be getting a refund for the amount of their registration minus $40.  The refund will be in the form of a credit to your account that can be used for future seasons…so Fall 2020 (hopefully), Spring 2021, or beyond.


Q: What if I want actual money back instead of the credit for a future season, how can I get a refund?

A: Well folks, this is a tough one... You see, if we were to do this, it requires our Treasurer to write and issue out individualized checks to every single family. We have literally thousands of families who were playing this season and, unfortunately, we do not have the (wo)man-power to issue those out to everyone. In fact, many of the other local sports organizations are not issuing any refunds at all and thought we were crazy for even discussing it considering the amount of time and effort it would take. However, we know some families are really hurting due to job loss, and we know that this may make a huge difference to them. Therefore, if you are in that position, you may directly contact our Treasurer, Nikki Sheely, at to request a check written to you for a refund. However, PLEASE consider that we are all volunteers with full-time jobs and families, so if you have ANY capacity to defer the money to a future season, we truly appreciate the thoughtfulness that you are offering to lessen this massive undertaking. If you are opting to accept the credit that I discussed above but decide in the future that you don’t wish to play again, you can request this refund at that time, as well.  Again, please contact Treasurer, Nikki Sheely, at, because I will not have answers beyond this information. 


Q: What about jerseys and hats? Do we have to give them back?

A: Eeeew gross, please don’t. The uniforms are part of that $40 that will not be able to be credited and can be your “souvenir” from the weirdest baseball season ever. 


Q: I’m a coach and have equipment... is that my souvenir, too?

A: Hahaha oh you’re funny, nice try! You will be receiving an email from our Equipment Director, Dee Harris, containing specific drop off dates, times and locations, so please be on the lookout for that in the near future.


Q: What about Spikes and Pride Select Tournament Teams? Does this decision include us?

A: Because select team tournaments have the potential to be played throughout the summer, Spikes and Pride Tournament teams are still “on hold/pending” for determining whether they’ll be able to play this season. At this point, we still do not have access to Town facilities to practice on, so keep your fingers crossed and keep practicing on your own in hopes of playing!!  For questions, please contact your Spikes or Pride coach directly, and if they don’t have the answer, you may contact our AA Director, Wayne Whitmire, at, because I will not have answers beyond this information. 


Q: We purchased tickets to the PBSA Rough Rider game. Is that still being played?

A: All of baseball, professionals included, are on hold right now. Any refunds for ticket purchases would come through contacting the Rough Riders ticket office directly.  Please contact our Fundraising Director, Bill Anderson, at, because I will not have answers beyond this information. 


Q: We miss baseball! This stinks! What else can we do?

A: Besides continuing to practice on your own as a family, please consider supporting other players who are missing a HUGE year by supporting the Prosper High School Senior baseball players. This Friday, May 1st, at 5:30pm, everyone in the community is invited to show up at the MPF on campus and have a car parade for the seniors who didn’t get to play their last year. Please spread the word and come support them! I have no more information beyond this, but Prosper Magazine Facebook has postings on this event.

I’m sure I’ve forgotten something because I always do, but hopefully that covers as much crucial information as everyone needs at this time. Again, we cannot thank you enough for sticking with us and trying to make this season happen. We are beyond disappointed, as I’m sure y’all are, too. But we hope that you’ve found new ways to connect with your families and make amazing baseball memories together, and we will look forward to a Fall 2020 season when we can all get back out on the fields together!!!




Sarah Feuerbacher Wells
Community Outreach & Communications
Prosper Baseball & Softball Association

Prosper Spikes Information

The Prosper Spikes teams are the select-level tournament teams representing PBSA and the town of Prosper.  Teams are formed through open tryouts for residents within PISD boundaries.

Spikes Teams:

8u – Coach Nick Dietrick (
10u – Coach Jon Wells (
11u – Coach Andrew Wallace (
12u – Coach Wayne Whitmire (
14u – Coach Haze Clifford (

To stay up-to-date on all the Spikes action, follow our Spikes FaceBook page:

For any Spikes related questions, please reach out to Jon Wells or Wayne Whitmire.

Important Spring 2020 Softball Dates

Registration will close 01/31

Important Dates:

  • Jan 24:  8U Assessment (Warm-Up at 5:45 p.m. / Start at 6:00 p.m.)
  • Jan 25:  10U Assessment (Warm-Up at 9:45 a.m. / Start at 10:00 a.m.)
  • Jan 25:  12U Assessment (Warm-Up at 11:45 a.m. / Start at 12:00 p.m.)
  • Feb 1:  Make-Up Date for Assessments 8U/10U/12U (Warm-Up at 9:45 a.m. / Start at 10:00 a.m.)
  • Feb 3-7:  Drafts
  • Feb 10:  Practices start
  • Feb 29-Mar 5:  Regular Season starts
  • Mar 7-15:  Spring Break (No Games)
  • May 29:  Regular Season Ends
  • May 30-Jun 5:  End of Season Tournaments

Important Spring Baseball Dates

Registration is currently open, but is set to close on 1/31!!!

Important Dates:

Jan 25-26: Assessments
Feb 1-2: Assessments
Feb 3-7: Drafts
Feb 10: Practices start
Feb 29-Mar 5: Leveling Games and Regular Season starts
Mar 7-15: Spring Break (No Games)
May 29: Regular Season Ends
May 30-Jun 5: End of Season Tournaments


Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 Baseball Age Chart

Fall 2019 and Spring 2020 Baseball Age Chart
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
4u 2016 2016 2016 2016 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015
5u 2015 2015 2015 2015 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014 2014
6u 2014 2014 2014 2014 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013 2013
7u 2013 2013 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012
8u 2012 2012 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011
9u 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010
10u 2010 2010 2010 2010 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009 2009
11u 2009 2009 2009 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008
12u 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007 2007
13u 2007 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006 2006
14u 2006 2006 2006 2006 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005 2005

Golden Eagles - Adaptive Baseball

Golden Eagles- Adaptive Baseball


Who:  PBSA is thrilled to be able to ensure every person who wants to play is given the ability to learn and love the great game of baseball!   Prosper Baseball and Softball Association is very excited to announce the Spring 2020 season of the PBSA Golden Eagles, our adaptive baseball program for players with special needs.  


What:  PBSA has collaborated with other adaptive leagues in the area to create PBSA’s own adaptive program. A buddy system will be provided for players who require additional assistance.  Dick's Sporting Goods has offered a significant financial donation to support the PBSA Golden Eagles program.


When:  A full season of nine (9) games will be held on Saturday mornings from mid March to mid May (pending weather adjustments).  All games will take place at Frontier Park.


How:  Limited spots are available at this time for the Golden Eagles program.  Act fast because registration closes soon on February 7th, 2020!  Registration is password-protected, so if you have questions and/or are interested in registering your child, please contact PBSA Coaching Coordinator, Stephen Chambers, or Cara Synatzske,  Visit PBSA at for more information.

Easton Discount Program

Where one can get great Easton Gear at a discounted rate and support the PBSA at the same time. 

The Easton program is back and orders are placed directly through at a discounted price and it is shipped directly to you. Easton is also offering free shipping on orders of $50 or more. When the PBSA promotion code is used, you will get approximately 20% or more discount, plus PBSA gets a portion of all sales, which will go directly back into the league to purchase more gear. 

Here is how to order your gear at the discounted price.

Order instruction:

1) Go to 

a) Create an Easton account or login to your current Easton account

2) Shop and select the gear you want and add it to the shopping chart

3) At Checkout, enter in your shipping information. Click “Continue to Billing"

4) Next: In the "Billing section” in the “Enter Coupon Code” box, enter the PBSA promotion code and click apply.

a) after you click apply, the discount will show up in the order summary section on the right

5) Complete the ordering process steps

6) Gear will be shipped directly to the customer. Again, free shipping on orders over $50. 

7) Enjoy your new gear.

PBSA Easton Discount Code is PBSA2019

Rainout Number - 972-662-8999


Refund Policy

Registration and Refund Policy.

Refunds are offered at for parents that request refunds from the Player Agent by the following dates:

i. 100% if a request is made to the President before the end of regular registration (i.e., extended registrations is not regular registration);

ii. 50% if a request is made to the President after the end of regular registration and before practices start; and

iii. 0% after practices start.

Inicident/Injury Reporting

Please click form to complete the incident/injury report, and e-mail it to the Safety Office.