Frequently asked questions
What is the age limit?
We accept players between the ages of 5 and older.
Who is accepted in this league?
The league is designed for mentally and physically handicapped children and young adults. Learning disability students should have an IEP in place.
Is this League for only Butler County Residents?
No. Even though we are named “Butler County” Challenger we accept kids from surrounding counties or states.
Where and when are games played?
Our complex is located just off of State Route 129, (the old Michael Fox Highway).
When is registration open?
Players can register between the parent meeting in October and March 31st of each year. Click HERE for more information about registration.
How much is the registration fee?
The registration fee is $50.00 per player.
How do I register my kid to play?
Is the Butler County Challenger Baseball complex smoke-free?
I’m looking to volunteer with Butler County Challenger Baseball, how do I get involved?
We value our volunteers and look for ways to help find a great spot within our organization for you to help. We have plenty of opportunities to get involved whether you want to help raise money for our league, become a Buddy to a player or simply help us maintain the fields and maintenance. Please check out our Volunteer page for more information.
What is Fall Ball?
Each player that participates during the spring/summer season is entitled to play Fall Ball. Fall Ball is played during the month of September at no cost to the player.
How does Butler County Challenger communicate during the season?
We communicate through an App called Heja. Parents will be asked to join the app. Our team code is FC-117523. This app will contain your schedule and notify you of all rain-outs and special events.