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NVTBL New Website FAQs

COACHES
  • Should coaches enter rosters in NVTBLBaseball.org? Yes, you must enter all of your players in the new website. You can do this under Team Center.
    click here for Team Center page
  • Where will coaches enter game and practice requests? Game and practice requests will be done on the new website. There is a re-direct for this.
  • Where will coaches score games? Coaches will continue to score games in the old website at NVTBL.org Those scores will automatically be updated on the new website for all to see.
  • Where will coaches find umpire contact information? Coaches will still find umpire contact information on the old website at NVTBL.org because that is where all back-end scheduling work is done for games and umpires.
  • Should coaches ever input scores or change schedules in the mobile app or new website? No. All of this is done on the back-end at the old site and the data is automatically transferred over.
  • Where can I find information on how to use the new website? Sports Engine has a great Help Center that you can find on new website for any and all questions.
    click here for Help Center
  • Where will NVTBL post tryout information and players/teams looking for teams/players? All of this will be on the new website at NVTBL.org as it is a front-end function.
  • Can I use the new website as my team/organizations website or webpage? Yes, you have creative rights to edit/manage your individual team page on our new site for FREE.
  • Do coaches control the permissions of your individual team webpage? Yes, you control who can see/do what on your individual team page.

    PARENTS

  • What is Sports Engine? Sports Engine is the new website platform that hosts the new NVTBLBaseball.org website.
  • Which website will parents and all other family members use? Everyone will use NVTBLBaseball.org for all front end use. Parents and other family members will have no need to visit the old site. Coaches will use it just for registration, accounting, schedule requests. The only exception is when parents sign the electronic waivers to start the season on the old website.
  • How do parents join the new Sports Engine NVTBL website? You will receive an email invitation from your coach when he enters you on the roster. You will need to follow the instructions and become a member of Sports Engine and your team.
  • Will parents and family members have access to the old website? No, you will only use the new website and your parents login/p-word on old site will be inactive.
  • Where will parents, coaches, families view the schedule? You can view the schedule on NVTBLBaseball.org or the new SE/NVTBL mobile app.
  • Where can I find information on how to use the new website? Sports Engine has a great Help Center that you can find on new website for any and all questions.
    click here for Help Info
  • If I am already a member of Sports Engine for another league/team can I use the same account? Yes, you will simply login with that information and accept the invite to your NVTBL team.
  • Can I create an individual player webpage for my child? Yes, you can do this under your teams web page depending on what editing rights your coach gives you.

    FUNCTIONS OF NEW WEBSITE w/ SPORTS ENGINE

  • Team Communication - Coaches can send last minute texts/e-mails through their team website
  • Mobile App - NVTBL has a new SE mobile app with incredible functions, which includes a map to all locations.
  • Tracking - Coaches can track what players will be attending what events through the new website.
  • Team Web Page - Coaches can use this as their team's web page at no cost.
  • Fundraising - You can use the new website to create a Rally Me fundraising campaign.
  • Game Changer - Game Changer is integrated with Sports Engine. NVTBL is still working on how to fully integrate score reporting because as of now there is no function on GC / SE to report rain-outs for accounting purposes.
  • Tournament Management - Sports Engine has a Tournament Management function that NVTBL may use.
  • Help Center - The Sports Engine Help Center can answer any questions you may have. click here for Help Center
  •  NVTBL Hot News 

    Team Registration For Spring 2017 is NOW OPEN.

  • Registration fees for 8U - 12U teams - $410 (INCLUDES two dozen baseballs for those coaches who attend the coaches meeting; does not include Insurance)
  • Registration fees for 13U and older teams - $800 (INCLUDES three dozen baseballs for those coaches who attend the coaches meeting)
  • 2/1 - First Late Fee $125 (in addition to registration fee)
  • 2/8 - Additional Late Fee $225, pending approval
  • 2/20 - Registration closes (no exceptions) * All field availability and team availability info must be in to NVTBL
  • Spring Season (8U - 12U) - April 2 - June 11
  • Spring Season (13U - 18U) - April 1 - July 31 (your season can end anytime before July 31st)
  • Summer Registration (for teams NOT registered for Spring) (13U - PSL) - will open around March 14
  • Summer Season (13U - PSL) - June 1 - July 31
  • EXISTING TEAMS & GENERAL SEASON INFO - For additional information regarding the Registration Process Click here
    NOTE: All existing teams MUST have all prior season accounting cleared out before scheduling can be processed.

    NVTBL's Age Determination Policy for 2017 - Click here

    For further assistance regarding Spring 2017 Registration, contact Lisa Lombardozzi at admin@nvtbl.org or 571-765-1561.


    Player Development Workshop and Comedy Show
    NVTBL and Westfield HS Baseball have partnered to bring you an amazing baseball workshop followed by a comedy show by the most famous baseball comedian in the world (Domingo Ayala). This is the first time that Domingo has ever made an appearance in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. He travels around the world performing. Parents, coaches and kids will be entertained and your view of the game of baseball will be forever changed.

    PLAYER DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP and COMEDY SHOW with Domingo Ayala MONDAY February 27, 2017

  • 7 - 7:30 pm- Player Development Workshop - Great opportunity for players/coaches to get some high end baseball information followed up with a show from a baseball comedy legend.
  • 7:30 - 8:45 pm- Domingo Beisbol Comedy Show - Meet 'n Greet with Domingo (autographs included w/ tickets)

    Domingo's You Tube Channel - click here

    EXPECTING A SELL OUT!
    Early Bird- $19 tickets thru 2/9/17
    Tickets- $25 starting 2/10/17

    Westfield HS Auditorium
    4700 Stonecroft Blvd
    Chantilly, VA 20151

    Entrance #14 (front of school)

    Purchase Tickets- click here


  • Bat & Ball Guidelines for NVTBL
    For the 2016 season, NVTBL has the following bat restrictions:
  • 8U - 12U teams - no restrictions
  • 13U teams - no restrictions
  • 14U teams - no restrictions
  • JV teams - bats are restricted to the BBCOR standards
  • Varsity teams - bats are restricted to the BBCOR standards
  • ODL teams - bats are restricted to the BBCOR standards
  • All bats must be BPF approved.

    Ball requirements:

  • All teams MUST use NVTBL stamped baseballs.
  • NVTBL Logo games balls are available at Sports Plus (4429 Brookfield Corporate Drive, Chantilly, VA 20151)
  • Phone Number - 703-222-8255
  • $42 per dozen (discounted price)
  • Can be shipped for roughly $15 per case (10 dozen)
  • Each team is required to provide 2 game balls at the start of each game. After the initial 2 balls, each team must provide an equal number of game balls for each game.

    NVTBL Stamped Baseball Specifications

  • NFHS approved baseball (high school)
  • Double Core Cushioned Center
  • High School grade leather cover
  • NVTBL logo stamp

  • High School Field Care Fine

    NEW POLICY ON POST EVENT FIELD CARE

    (All HS Fields) If both teams don't do post event field care or violate other rules/guidelines like hopping fences, tampering w/ locks, not returning light keys, playing on a field that has puddles or is too wet, sweeping mud puddles...

  • Fine of $75 per team that will be paid directly to that specific high school baseball program
  • Potential loss of use of any and all HS fields moving forward for your team

    Both teams will be fined so please don't tell us that the other team said that they would do it or it was there home field. Your players need to learn how to take care of a field and have pride in the fields that they play on. Please keep in mind that many of these HS complexes have video cameras that you cannot see.

    WHAT SHOULD YOU DO AFTER EVENTS
    This is after all practices and games and is the responsibility of both teams. Home teams don't matter. You also must do this even if there is an event after you as they want to play on a groomed field as well.

  • Pick up all trash in dugouts and bleacher areas
  • Rake and fill all holes at bases, mound and home plate area
  • You should always have a rake with you in case there isn't one out at that field


  • Seeking Umpires for 13-18 year old NVTBL games
    NVBUA/MAC is always looking for new umpires. We do training year round including on-the-job, formal classroom, cage, and field work. Check out our web-site at http://umpires.org, e-mail us at assignor@umpires.org, or call us at 703-978-3601 for more information or to sign up!

    Umpires for 8U - 12U Games
    Umpires Needed - anyone interested in umpiring 8-12u baseball games in the NVTBL, please contact Lisa Lombardozzi at admin@nvtbl.org or call: (571) 765-1561.

    Former NVTBL Players in Major League Baseball
    NVTBL which began in 1999 has seen several of our athletes go on to play professional baseball. Congratulations to the athletes and their former NVTBL coaches!

  • Paul Clemens (NCBC Nationals 2005) was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 2008 and traded to Houston Astros in 2011. Called up and pitched in long relief against the Nationals in April 2014.
  • Ryan Lindemuth, who played in NVTBL for the Barnstormers, was drafted by the Pirates in the 2013 Draft and the 2014 by the Yankees.
  • Steve Lombardozzi, a former NVTBL player who played for the Virginia Bandits and Columbia Red Dogs, is playing with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He played with the Washington Nationals in prior years.
  • Brandon Snyder, who played in NVTBL primarily with the Northern Virginia Silverhawks was called up to the majors by the Orioles for games in 2010 and 2011. He is with the Boston Red Sox.
  • Jon Link was drafted by Montreal Expos (2002) and by San Diego Padres (2005) and called up by the Dodgers for games in 2010. He is currently with the Miami Marlins organization.
  • Brandon Guyer, who played for the Barnstormers and was drafted by the Chicago Cubs. He was traded to Tampa Bay.
  • Jesse Beal (Vipers 2004-2006, Barnstormers). Drafted by the Orioles in 2008.

    If you would like to add players to the list, please send their information to admin@nvtbl.org.


  • USSSA Offering Teams Points for Games with NVTBL
    Is your team registered through USSSA? If you play an opponent in an NVTBL game and they are also registered with USSSA, you can each earn USSSA points.

    Teams should email the NVTBL staff (admin@nvtbl.org) and we can add your name to a list of teams wanting to be included in an Open USSSA League . Teams will report scores and they will be entered into the USSSA League Results. Both coaches must agree that the game will be reported.

    For more information go to: http://www.gousssabaseball.com/usssaleague2009.htm


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