|The Plymouth Wayzata Youth Baseball Association (PWYBA) is dedicated to sponsoring and organizing a baseball sports program that promotes the appreciation and understanding of the game by providing recreation, instilling good sportsmanship and striving for excellence in baseball for youth living in School District #284.||Follow @PWYBA|
Registered families should have or already have received their 2 Village Chevy Raffle tickets this week. These raffle tickets give you a chance to win some great prizes and entitle you for two oil changes at no cost at Village Chevrolet. The expiration date of these oil change coupons were misprinted and will expire on 4/30/2017 (not 2016 as printed).
The PWYBA would like to thank the Institute for Athletic Medicine (IAM) for their arm care education, throwing mechanics session and player arm assessment this past year. IAM is a service of Fairview and North Memorial, provides orthopedic and sports physical therapy at locations throughout the Twin Cities. Their team of physical therapists, certified athletic trainers and chiropractors specialize in caring for muscles, bones and joints for a variety of conditions. To find out more about the services IAM offers please visit their website
The PWYBA has created a few videos covering the basics of pitching and hitting. Special thanks to Tim Dagoberg who filmed and produced the videos. To view the videos click the following link below (you will need to log in to the NGIN site to gain access to the video page). Four videos are available, Pitching Basics, Pitching Tips and Tricks, Hitting Basics, Hitting Tips and Tricks.
The Plymouth Wayzata Youth Baseball Association is a 501(C)(3) charity. Not all baseball associations are like ours. Many years ago, the PWYBA organizers decided that, as a charitable organization, we could give back the maximum to our baseball programs and fields. As we approach the corporate fundraising season, we would like to make you aware that you may be able to donate to the PWYBA easily through your work. Please click here for more information regarding workplace giving (United Way or other workplace giving campaigns)