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RYBA Announces 2016 Will Canan Player of the Year Award

 

The  2016 RYBA Will Canan Player of the Year Award was presented to Bradyn Brown at the 2016 All-Star Game Draft Party.  Over 500 people joined in celebrating Bradyn’s love of baseball.  Tom Canan, father of Will, presented Bradyn with the trophy. 

The 2016 Will Canan Player of the Year Award is named in honor of Will Canan, who passed away following an 8 year battle with a brain tumor.  Will never stopped playing baseball during his battle with cancer, even though the surgeries, and cancer treatments often made it difficult for him to play.  Being able to play with his friends and team mates on his RYBA teams brought Will great joy during difficult times.   Will’s parents Tom and Liz are deeply honored that RYBA has continued Will’s legacy by naming its Player of the Year Award after him so that other players who have overcome great obstacles to be able to play baseball can be recognized for their achievements.   

2016 RYBA Free Coaches Appreciation Dinner - Aug 3rd

Coaches and Assistants join us Wed. Aug 3rd !!

Head coaches and assistants... please plan to attend the FREE RYBA Coaches Appreciation Dinner at West Silver Lake pavilion located behind the fire station. The dinner is AUGUST 3rd. The doors open at 6PM!!


The dinner is our way of thanking you and your coaching staff for all of your dedication throughout the season. Dinner will be again provided by Just Rite Foods. Those of you that have attended previous dinners will agree that Pat Schulte and his crew always amaze us with their fantastic selection of grilled food!

Coaches please RSVP to Bergie Young (bergie0924@gmail.com) with the number of coaches that will be attending from your team

2016 Travel Program Updates

12U players Henry Rake, James McPeak and Gannon Fix hang out at the College World Series with the Costal Carolina Chanticleer

Update 6.20.16  Six RYBA Teams at 12U and 14U played in the annual Triple Crown Omaha Slumpbuster tournament this past weekend. The teams did an outstanding job representing themselves and the organization with their play and their sportsmanship.  Each team played 4 or more games against competition from over 38 states. This is one of the largest youth baseball tournaments in the country and Rochester has sent teams every year since the tournament's inception in 1997.  

Photo: 12U players Henry Radke, James McPeak and Gannon Fix hang out at the College World Series with the Costal Carolina Chanticleer

2016 Information Quick Links

RYBA Statement on "Club Level" Baseball

RYBA Receives National Recognition

Rochester Youth Baseball Association was recently recognized in the national publication BASEBALL THE MAGAZINE  for it’s long service to the community.  We are truly honored to have been part of the Rochester sports scene for over 58 years.  You can read the story written by Kyle Koso of Triple Crown Sports here.