Founded in 1967, South San Francisco formed its first youth baseball leagues with the help of local sponsorships. As the growing number of interests, South San Francisco Youth Baseball Managers Association (SSFYBMA) and the Shetland Pinto Mustang Youth Baseball Association (SPMYBA) was formed. Now in a joint effort, SSFYBMA or also now known as South City Youth Baseball (SCYB) serves SSF as its premier recreational Youth Baseball League.
South City Youth Baseball (SCYB) is a nonprofit organization for boys and girls in South San Francisco. We are non-discriminatory in our organization. Our league consists of divisions based on current year school grade. We believe in teaching the fundamentals of game through good sportsmanship, so the kids not only become better ballplayers but better kids today and as role models for tomorrow. We have generations of families still part of the league, as players, as coaches and as volunteers. We believe in letting everyone play the game regardless of their skill set.
We formed many bonds and work with many other local youth baseball leagues through games and special events so the kids can meet and play with other kids outside of SSF. Many players have formed lifetime bonds as we see with many of our board members and coaches.
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PONY Baseball and Softball is designed to "Protect Our Nation's Youth" by providing experiences in youth baseball and softball that will help young people grow into healthier and happier adults. It is a non-profit organization with headquarters in Washington, Pennsylvania.
Started in 1951, PONY organizes youth baseball and softball leagues and tournaments, as over 500,000 players annually play PONY in over 4,000 leagues throughout the United States and over 40 countries world-wide. Membership is open to children and young adults from age 4 to 23 and the leagues are organized in two-year age brackets with "and-under" programs. Hundreds of PONY players have gone on to Major League Baseball careers, including Hall of Fame inductees Tony Gwynn and Cal Ripken Jr.