UpdatedFriday December 21, 2018 byBret Lavey.

SLYB Boundaries 

Any player that lives or goes to school in Fayette County, or is within Jessamine County between Rt. 169/Nicholasville Road and Fayette County is eligible for all postseason teams, including sanctioned Cal Ripken tournaments. (Note: This excludes home schools, cyber schools, sports-related schools, sports academies, or after school where a student participates outside of the primary school in which the player is enrolled).

*** Any player who hasn’t played in a Cal Ripken league can join any of the three Cal Ripken leagues (SL, SE, NCR) and be eligible for postseason teams, including sanctioned Cal Ripken All-Star tournaments. 

Players who have been in Little League, Pony, travel ball, etc. can join a Cal Ripken league of their choice and are eligible immediately for sanctioned Cal Ripken events as well.

*** Any player who moves leagues and has already played in a Cal Ripken league, regardless where they live, must sit out sanctioned Cal Ripken All-Star tournaments for one year.  This is known as the “transition year" - after that year, they are eligible again.  Players can still play select baseball in the summer.

If determined that you are not eligible to play in our league due to this boundary rule, then SLYB will ONLY REFUND the registration amount paid MINUS online processing fees and uniform costs, if applicable. 

Contact us if you have questions about our boundary requirement @


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