About the League

Philadelphia Amateur Baseball‘s overarching goal is to play as many quality games of baseball as possible. Every decision and move made by the League is done so with this in mind. All games are played on Sundays. Our players are competitive, our umpires are fair, and our pride is great. This is not beer ball. This is not softball. This is not cricket. The League is comprised of men who love to play the game of Baseball, and we do it once a week, six months out of the year, every summer of our lives. We are constantly recruiting, constantly looking to improve, and always dedicated to the game first, the team second, and ourselves last.

2017 Dues are $225 for new P.A.B. members and $200 for returning members. Dues are applied to the following:

  • Customized Player Jersey and Team Hat
  • Two umpires for all regular season and postseason games
  • Fresh Baseballs and Catching Equipment
  • Permits for playing fields
  • Special Events including Live Draft, Home Run Derby, Christmas Party

The 2017 season will showcase 8 teams with maximum rosters of 14 players. We will be adding 2 teams each following year until we reach our goal of 12 teams and 2 divisions. We currently require BBCOR or wood bats and are considering switching strictly to wood in 2016.

Interested in joining our league? P.A.B. has a fun and unique system for creating teams. We do not accept and add whole teams, but rather, every spring we host a live draft! Players are chosen by team captains based on their performance at Spring Training events. If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, please register at our contact page. You must be 18+ in order to become a member, 21+ is preferred.

4 Responses to About the League

  1. Ryan Beerley says:

    What is the range of ages of players in the PAB league? I’m a 22 year old college student looking to play this summer.

  2. Angel says:

    Are there any special requirements to be a part of this? I was a two time MVP in high school, all public league several times and team captain for four years.

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