Cary Youth Baseball Federation
The Cary Youth Baseball Federation is the oldest running youth baseball league in the state. Founded in 1953, it serves over 1,500 boys and girls per year, offering new baseball leagues, softball leagues and skills clinics each spring, summer and fall. The main ballpark is located behind the recently closed Maplewood School, just a few blocks west of downtown Cary. With dirt infields, big green outfields, bleachers, benches and a backstops, this site is ready for ball. There is also a playground nearby. Cary Youth Baseball also sponsors traveling teams.
- Handicap Accessible: No
- Founding Date: 4/1/1953
- What makes this community special?: Carrying on the tradition of baseball. Lots of kids play Cary Youth Baseball, like their parents and grandparents did.
- Payments accepted: Cash, MasterCard, Personal Check, Visa
- Parking: Free lot
- Private events: No
- Sports played: Baseball
- Competition level: Pee-Wee
- Genders: Mixed
- Schedule [link]: www.leaguelineup.com/schedules.