ABOUT CAA BASEBALL
Chanhassen Athletic Association Baseball is the official youth baseball program for the Eastern Carver County Communities of Chanhassen, Victoria, Carver and East Union, Minnesota.
CAA Baseball is a division of the 501(c)(3) Chanhassen Athletic Association, a non-profit youth athletics program servicing Chanhassen and surrounding communities with In-House Leagues, Tournament Team Programs, and Traveling Team Programs for boys and girls from ages 5 through 18. The board members and coaches consist of dedicated volunteers whose goal is to ensure the kids have fun and have an opportunity to learn not only baseball’s fundamental skills but also advanced aspects of the game.
CAA Baseball’s purpose is to provide a program for baseball education, instruction and competition for the youth of the above defined geographical area, including, but not limited to team leagues, skills camps, special events (e.g. Chanhassen High School & Redbirds games) and player/coach educational clinics. We focus on providing qualified coaching at all levels. We promote team play, the spirit of sportsmanship, and fair play with active participation for all members. We provide an environment where each player, regardless of age, race, sex, religion, color, or ethnic background is treated fairly, with respect, and in a positive and supportive manner.
We offer the following baseball leagues:
Recreational Community Baseball League program for ages 5 through 18 (age as of April 30 of the current season)
Tournament Team Baseball program from ages 9 through age 11 (age as of April 30 of the current season)
Traveling Team (Metro) Baseball program from ages 12 through 15 (age as of April 30 of the current season)
This season we have over 1,000 players on more than 100 teams utilizing more than 41 ball fields around the cities of Chanhassen, Victoria and Carver.
CAA Baseball is governed by an elected Program Committee which follows our approved by-laws. CAA Program Committee meetings are open to the public, and meeting minutes are posted on our program website.
We expect all of those individuals involved in CAA Baseball (players, spectators, umpires, coaches, parents, board of directors, etc.) to understand and agree to our CAA Code of Conduct, which can also be found in the documents section of the CAA Baseball website.
The CAA collects personal information such as email addresses, phone numbers, and residence addresses that are used for both contact and information sharing along with the creation of teams and divisions for our programs. The CAA does not sell this data or distribute this information to any other parties.
The CAA uses the LeagueAthletics registration system for player and coach registration.