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Clayton County Athletics

Phone: 770-473-3800

Fax: 770-473-5700


Congratulations to all the Runner-ups and Champions of this years Clayton County Baseball League Tournament!

Championship Game Results:

U6 - JB Bombers 16 - NC Braves 8

U8 CCIT - JB Yankees 4 - PH Braves 3

U8 CCBC - MLC Orioles 4 - JB Bombers 3

U10 - JB Athletics 11 - MLC Orioles 4

U12 - UC Eagles 5 - MLC Braves 2

U14 - MLC Orioles 7 - JB Braves 2


Click on the links below for additional information from each park and 2015 Makeup Schedules

Jonesboro Spring 2015 FYI          Panhandle Spring 2015 FYI
MLC Spring 2015 FYI Rex Spring 2015 FYI
North Clayton Spring 2015 FYI


Clayton County Baseball online registration for the spring 2015 season will begin February 1st and onsite registration will take place February 16th thru February 21st, Monday-Friday from 5pm-8pm, and Saturday 10am-4pm. Registration will  be held at the Virginia Gray, Carl Rhodenizer, South Clayton, and Jim Huie Recreation Centers, and at the Nassau Building at Clayton County International Park (The Beach).  Kids ages 3 through 14 may participate.  The Season opens March, 2015.  The cost is $80 for u4, and $120 for u6 and older.   Fees may be paid by cash, credit card, or money order.  To register online, click here.  You must create a household profile in order to register.  The fee includes a game uniform, team pictures, and a participation award.  Participants must provide their own bat and glove.  Nonresident participants must pay an additional $25.  For information on a park near you, call 770.473.3800.   

Coaches Clinic Information   




THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL $25.00 FEE FOR ALL NON-RESIDENT PARTICIPANTS.  Space is limited;  rosters are filled on a first-come/first-served basis.

 We need coaches for all of our youth sports programs!  You must be able to pass a criminal background check.  Experience is not required. We will train you and give you everything you need to successfully manage a team.





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