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FRIDAY, JULY 3 - ANNUAL INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE. March with the BBA in the Parade. All players are invited to join BBA and March in the Berea's Annual Independence Day Parade on Friday, July 3rd as part of the BBA's 40th Anniversary Celebration. Details below...

All walking in the parade should arrive between 5-6 at the Cuyahoga County fairgrounds West parking lot (enter thru the Victory Arch drive on Eastland.
Parents may drop players off at the lot and pick them up after the parade.
If you are walking the route Parade personnel will direct you where to park.
All non-accompanied players MUST be picked up after the parade. No player will be allowed to leave without an authorized adult to pick them up.
BBA staff will assemble all kids after the parade to a single area and will wait until everyone has been picked up.
Players are encouraged to wear the following:
Their BBA jersey and cap/visor OR,
BBA cap/visor and a retro 70's era Tshirt with appropriate subject matter. (Bands, disco, etc.) To Acknowledge the BBA's 40 year history from 1975 to 2015.
The BBA will provide water for all marching so water bottles are not necessary to bring.
The BBA will provide candy for players to distribute to the crowd. You may bring candy of your own to toss if you wish to do so. Coaches or adult representatives from each team (or group of teams depending on attendance) will be given candy to distribute to the players. 


BBA TEAM SHOP ....... 

The Team Shop is now closed.  

If you ordered from the Team Shop, your coaches will have your items.

If you have any questions, be e-mail bbaequipment@gmail.com




The kids are ready to come and play, 

To walk up to the plate and swing away.

Run, run as fast as they can,

To have fun and make it around the bases is the plan.

Playing on the fields where the great ones once did,

Thinking of homeruns, diving catching, and making memories as kids.

They work on their batting and throwing before each game,

It is so great to see all the fans who came.

The fans come out to watch them play with all their heart,

This is BBA Baseball, and it is time to start.



Best Wishes,

Berea Baseball Association




 The BBA is celebrating its 40th year of youth baseball, softball and t-ball in the City of Berea.

The one constant through all the years, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it's a part of our past. It reminds us of all that once was good and that could be again. 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         - James Earl Jones - Field of Dreams