OKC Broncos 10U

Spring 2019 Team Info


The OKC 9/10U Broncos coaching staff is excited about our upcoming spring season for 2019. As always, our goal is to use baseball as a tool to develop young men. The OKC Broncos program places a strong emphasis on fundamental skills training, teamwork, and character development.

2019 Schedule

Key Dates (subject to change)

Practice begins 2/5
Days: Tuesday and Thursday
Times: 3-5pm
Location: Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church 7336 W Britton Rd, Oklahoma City, OK 73132
Practice will be a time where we focus on improving basic fundamentals and developing new skills. This will mean different things for each player, but ALL players of all skill levels will benefit greatly from this practice time. The skill sets our players need to compete at the next level are expanding rapidly, and practice is an opportunity for them to develop away from the pressure of games during the regular season.

Early March Rosters published (If necessary two teams will be created)

Mid March PCO preseason games

April-June PCO regular season

Late May Broncos Family Day with High School Team


Mid August Fall outdoor practices begin

Sept/Oct Fall season


Team Communication

Team communication will take place primarily through a platform called Slack. This is how team messages will be sent, but also how you will communicate with coaches (not via text or email). Slack has a web interface, as well as apps for iOS, Android, and desktops. If you have not received an invitation to join Slack, contact Coach David.

Parent Meeting – TBD

Save the date! Our Parent Meeting will be at 5pm after practice on February 

This is an important meeting for players and parents and will cover many items for the upcoming season. Player fees and uniform payments will be due that night as well. Make plans for your player and at least one parent to attend.

Costs & Fees

Player Fee: $100

For Spring/Summer 2019 – half due February 7, balance due February 28

The player fee covers league fees and goes toward team expenses like practice location rentals, team equipment, events, etc. The team funds may also be used to cover additional expenses, such as tournaments, as funds allow. Player fees are usually significantly less during the fall season.

Need-based or multi-player scholarships may be available – ask a coach

Uniforms: $60-75 (TBD)

More info coming soon.

Minimum Required Equipment (purchase on your own)

Baseball Glove ($30-$100+) – Every player must have their own baseball glove.

Cleats ($10-$50) – rubber baseball cleats, can be found at sporting goods stores.

Protective Athletic Cup – can be found at sporting goods stores.

Optional Equipment

Baseball bat – for practicing at home and use during games

Baseball bag – Convenient for transporting and storing all equipment in one place

Helmet – shared team helmets also available

Ask a coach for recommendations on any equipment purchases.