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COOPER CITY OPTIMIST BASEBALL - SOUTH FLORIDA BASEBALL ALLIANCE

CCO Baseball Registrations are now open! Congratulations on our 2023 Summer All-Stars who captures the SFBA Alliance Cup for the 3rd summer in a row! 
 

Cooper City Optimist Baseball is a member of the South Florida Baseball Alliance Drafted League!

 

 14U CCO COWBOYS TRAVEL BASEBALL USSSA 2024 The Dual Tournament Champions

2023 SFBA Alliance Cup Summer All-Stars Champions 

 13U CCO COWBOYS TRAVEL BASEBALL USSSA Spring Select Super NIT Champions Sarasota - April 2023

12U CCO COWBOYS TRAVEL BASEBALL 2022 Florida Premier Baseball League Champions (AA/AAA)

2022 SFBA Alliance Cup Summer All-Stars Champions 

2021 SFBA Alliance Cup Summer All-Stars Champions 

2021 Marlins RBI Summer Wood Bat Champions - Junior Division

 

Sport Registration Rules & Policies

  1. Players may not register to play in two (2) sports in the same season.
  2. Players cannot quit one sport to play another sport during the same season.
  3. The decision of whether a player can play travel and in-house within the same sport at the same time is left up to the head commissioner of each individual sport.
  4. Allowing high school and middles school players, who participate at that level in a particular sport, to play that same sport within the Optimist program at the same time, either in-house or travel, is solely left up to each individual sport's commissioner.
  5. The Optimist in-house program, in season, will always have priority over Optimist travel programs unless arrangements can be made between the head sports commissioners of the sports involved. This applies to conflicting practices and/or games.
  6. In the very possible event of a sport in season overlapping with practices and/or games of another sport in the succeeding season: Player(s) of the sport in season must be given priority in finishing their current season before being required to attend games and practices of the succeeding season. A player may participate in both sports, in this overlap period, if there are no conflicts.

 

HEADLINES

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

By Cooper City Optimist Baseball 06/13/2016, 1:15pm EDT

LETTER FROM A VOLUNTEER COACH

By Cooper City Optimist Baseball 11/07/2015, 1:24pm EST

WHY KIDS QUIT SPORTS

By Cooper City Optimist Baseball 11/07/2015, 1:15pm EST

ALL TOO OFTEN...

By Cooper City Optimist Baseball 03/30/2014, 1:30pm EDT

VERY INTERESTING BASEBALL PERSPECTIVE

By Cooper City Optimist Baseball 05/05/2013, 1:30pm EDT

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