Columbia Parks and Recreation
Creating Community through People, Parks and Programs
Cancellation Hotline: 573-823-6287, updated by 4:00 pm
Weekdays - All cancellations are updated daily by 4:00 pm. Note that only existing cancellations are listed. If conditions change after 4:00 pm, a decision will be made at the field.
Saturday - Cancellations are updated by 7:00 am. If the conditions change to warrant a cancellation, the Hotline will be updated accordingly.
The Douglass Baseball Program is designed
to teach kids basic baseball skills.
Having fun and learning to play baseball are the program's main goals.
Games will be played on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday
evenings at Douglass Park (Providence and Rogers Streets).
Do I Sign Up?
Columbia Parks and Recreation
or mail to:
Douglass Athletic Association
Registrations received or postmarked after April 5 will be $27 per child.
Scholarships - A limit of fifty (50) $12 scholarships are available based on financial need. Contact the Douglass Athletic Association for more information.
Important League Dates - 2013
|February 5 -May 1
After May 1
|Registration, $22 fee
Late Registration, $27 fee
April 23 (6:30 pm) and
|June 4 - July 10||League Season|
About the Douglass Baseball Program
Since 1996, the Douglass Athletic Association has been a community organization that helps the youth of central Columbia by providing T-ball and baseball recreation during the summer months.
The Douglass Athletic Association promotes a fun, non-competitive environment for boys and girls ages 5-14. Douglass Baseball is designed to teach kids basic baseball skills. Having fun and learning to play baseball are the program's main goals.
Games are played at Douglass Park, which is conveniently located at Providence and Rogers Streets in Columbia.
By becoming a league sponsor, you will help enable kids in our community to have a safe and fun place to play this summer.
League sponsorships begin at just $50. All sponsors will have their name featured on a park banner and other promotional items and advertising. Sponsors will receive a commemorative plaque and a decal as a special thank you.
Opportunities are available to assist the league by becoming a team coach. Each team will have a head coach/coaches and 1-2 assistant coaches. A thorough knowledge of baseball is not required - only a willingness to help guide players in the game.
Responsibilities include contacting team players, practicing on a regular basis, and coaching games. With the coach-pitch teams, one or more of the coaches will serve as the pitcher for his/her team. Coaching will involve a weekly time commitment of approximately 5-8 hours, but it can be divided among the team's coaches.
If you have a good working knowledge of the game and would like to assist the league in officiating games, please let us know.
If you are interested in sponsoring, coaching or officiating, please leave a message for the League Coordinator at (573) 874-6378.