At the player evaluation session (the term "tryout" is a misnomer) the player is asked to demonstrate a series of skills designed to show his/her ability in fielding, throwing, catching, hitting, and running the bases.
Players do not have to wear a baseball uniform to player evaluations, but must wear baseball cleats for safety reasons. (Exception: If the session is held indoors, cleats are NOT allowed.) The baseball cleats must be plastic or rubber; metal cleats are allowed in the Juniors divisions and up. Players must bring their own glove/helmet and also a bat and cap if they have one.
All players league age 8 and older must be evaluated - including those who played in previous years.
Players with incomplete registration (including full payment) will not be allowed to be evaluated. Instead, they will be placed on a wait list and entered into a supplemental draft.
Note: Player evaluations for the 2019 Spring Season have concluded.