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Registration for Fall Ball 2021 is Now Open!

Olive Pony's Fall Ball 2021 season will run from September 12,  2021 - November 21, 2021 with practices beginning Mid-August.  

ALL GAMES ARE PLAYED ON SUNDAYS AND THERE ARE NO WEEKDAY GAMES.  Payment plans are available and are based on June sign-ups.  Payments are split 40% upon registration, 30% July 1 & 30% Aug 1.  If you sign up in July two payments are required at sign up with final payment in August.  Sign up in August require full payment at the time of registration.


Registration Fees

  • Shetland T-Ball (ages 4-5)  $100.00
  • Shetland Machine Pitch (ages 5-6) $130.00
  • Pinto (ages 7 and 8) $170.00
  • Mustang (ages 9 and 10) $175.00
  • Bronco (ages 11 and 12) $190.00 
  • Pony (ages 13 and 14)  $195.00 (If teams are applicable) 



Fall Ball 2021 Manager Registration


Olive Pony Baseball is now accepting Manager Applications for the Fall 2021 Season.

Olive Pony Baseball recognizes that the adult volunteers who manage our baseball teams are the backbone of the organization. Managers make a significant contribution of talent, time, and effort for the betterment of the community. Olive Pony strives to maximize coaching effectiveness in order to create the best  experience for all participants. Managers accept primary responsibility for organizing the team and establishing a positive team environment.


Prior experience is not a pre-requisite, especially for those applying to manage lower lever divisions such as Tee Ball and Machine Pitch.



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Olive Pony Baseball Champions Division

We are a proud host of our Olive Champions Division, serving special needs children interested in playing Baseball! If you have a child interested in participating please email Olive Pony Baseball at

Olive Pony is Proud to partner with Anderson Bat!

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Division Age Rule

All players will be mandated to play at their player age level and all exceptions will be required to be approved by the board of directors of Olive Pony baseball.



As will be stated in Section 8 “Equipment,” in conjunction with USA Baseball and its other participating National Member Organizations, PONY Baseball has adopted the new USA Baseball Bat Standard (USABat).

Effective January 1, 2018, with the exception of the -3 bat (BBCOR certified), all other 2-1/4” and 2-5/8” minus factor bats (-5, -7, -9, etc.) must be certified with the USABat licensing stamp on the bat in order to be used for league and tournament play. 2-1/4” and 2-5/8” minus factor bats (-5, -7, -9, etc.) used in 2017 will be illegal to use in 2018.

2-¾” barrel bats are prohibited in all divisions of PONY Baseball. Colt 16U and Palomino 18U players are only allowed to use 2-⅝” -3 BBCOR certified bats. Thorobred 23U players must use wooden bats only as specified by Major League Baseball.

If using a tee ball bat manufactured prior to 2018, these bat must carry the USA Baseball mark accompanied by the following text: “Only For Use With Approved Tee Ball Bat.” If you already have a tee ball bat you would like to continue using, all you have to do is purchase a USA Bat sticker directly from USABB and place it on your bat.

Score Reporting

Olive Pony Baseball would like to remind managers the winning team in each game to send an email to the provided address within 24 to 48 hours of the game.

Thank you,

Olive Pony Board


Olive Pony Baseball (OPB) is a non-profit organization that serves hundreds of youth in Orange and Northeast Orange County annually.  Olive Pony Baseball has 100% of the league's duties accomplished by volunteers!  We are not paid and not always perfect but we are always committed to the best interest of the kids!!!  If you wish to help out please join the board.


    Mudline Information

    Rain, bad weather? Call the mudline!

    City Of Orange Mudline 714-744-5592

    Call 24/7 to check for field conditions and closures.The mudlines are usually updated each day between 2-3PM.Rain, bad weather? Call the mudline!