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Woodbury Athletic Association Baseball

So You Want to Be a Referee?


An open forum on attracting and retaining youth officials as well as other officiating topics will be held at the Woodbury High School Auditorium on August 2nd.  See the flyer below for details.

UNW Baseball Camps

Dave Hieb, the head baseball coach at the University of Northwestern-St Paul will be hosting baseball camps this Summer on the newly renovated Reynolds Field. The remaining camp this year is:



Junior High Camp:


Camp Times:


For boys entering Grades 7 – 10

Monday, June 27 – Wednesday, June 29

9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Boys will be separated by individual grades and skill level

You can go on any of the following links for more information. Please feel free to call Dave Hieb in his office at 651-631-5345 or by cell at 651-675-7908 for more information.

Camp Information link:

Camp Brochure PDF:

Online Registration Link:

Stance regarding "club" teams during regular season

Parents of WYAL/ERAA/WAA travel baseball players:
Recently, the directors of all 3 travel baseball associations in Woodbury have been made aware of the attempt that "club" teams have been making towards starting a summer league for these teams.  Based on the recent Travel Director's meeting for the Metro Baseball League, we agreed that the stance toward these teams, in relation to our community-based teams will be as listed below. 
Please know that these will be drafted in our bylaws as the stance that all 3 associations will have:
* If a player has tried out for one of the associations and been placed on a team in the fall, that player will be unable to play on any "club" team during the regular "season" of the community-based team.  This "season" is dictated by the start of the league regular season (late April) through the completion of all 3 state tournaments (MBT/GSTC/MSF), which is late July.
* If a player is known to have played with a "club" team during that "season," the association has the ability to declare that player ineligible to play for the community-based team for the remainder of that "season."  All 3 associations will work together to determine if a player has played with a "club" team before that player is declared ineligible.
* If a player is on a roster of a "club" team, that "club" team is considered, at a minimum, to be considered a 'AAA' team.  Any player that is on a community-based team that is below the 'AAA' level is ineligible to be on a roster of a 'A' or 'AA' team and on the roster of a "club" team during the regular "season" as being on a "club" team roster disqualifies that player from playing at a level below 'AAA.'
* The 3 travel directors have worked with the City of Woodbury to keep "club" team off of fields within the City of Woodbury during the regular "season."
* The wishes of the 3 travel directors is that the "season" is for community-based teams.  We are not interested in eliminating "club" teams, nor are we interested in competing with them.  In fact, we believe that "club" teams have a positive purpose, but during the time between the end of the regular "season" and mid-April.
* Older players may "double-roster" with community-based travel teams and community-based teams such as VFW, Senior Babe Ruth and American Legion, provided there is a working agreement between coaches of both teams.  If a player has been placed on the roster of a community-based travel baseball team, that should be the player's priority.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact your association's baseball director.