Louisville Parks and Recreation provides a genuine platform for youth in our communities to learn true teamwork and sportsmanship while having fun taking part in America's favorite game. Louisville Parks and Recreation teaches youth the rules and fundamentals of baseball, helps character building in young people, preaches integrity and respect for the game, while providing a safe physical environment for youth to participate in. Over the course of each season, Louisville Parks and Recreation offers a number of different events, competitions, leagues, and workshops under baseball programming for young people. Some of these programs include Reds Rookies Success Camp, Louisville Jr. RBI League, Jr Home-Run Derby and many others. If your looking for baseball instruction, want to be apart of a learning experience and practice teamwork, or just simply want to have some fun, Louisville Parks and Recreation is the source for all of these needs! Please click on the links below to access any information on our baseball leagues, youth baseball programming, and more.. 


Youth Leagues

Reds Rookie Success League           RBI Baseball & Softball Leagues  


Youth Competitions

Jr. Home-Run Derby

Major League Baseball Junior Home Run Derby is a FREE program providing boys and girls ages 14 & under the opportunity to become the Junior Home Run Derby national champion. For details please call Steve at 502/744-0498

Pitch Hit & Run

Competitors ages 7-14 are invited to come out to Wyandotte Park to practice throwing strikes to a designated target, hitting for distance and accuracy, and sprinting from 2nd base to home plate.  Participation is FREE!!! 





Louisville Metro Parks and Recreation, a nationally accredited parks and recreation agency, manages 120 parks and six parkways on more than 13,000 acres of land, and operates recreation programs for all ages.  Its mission is to create a City of Parks where people can play, learn, grow and be healthy.  The mission is accomplished by taking care of all parks properties and creating new ones, by providing safe and diverse recreational programs, and by protecting our public lands and resources for future generations.