2018 Spring Season
Please check back for registration dates
Boys and Co-Ed team Age Divisions
- 5-6 (Novice)
- 7-8 (Freshman)
- 9-10 (Sophomore)
- 11-12 (Junior)
- 13-15 (Senior)
2017 Baseball Rulebook
How to Register
Documents needed to register for every NORDC sport:
- NORDC Registration Form
- NORDC Consent for Health Care Form
- Original Birth Certificate
- Proof of Orleans Parish Residence
Register with your site supervisor, Monday-Thursday 5-7pm at any active playgrounds or recreation centers. All completed registration forms must be submitted in person to the site supervisor or volunteer coach.
NORDC/RBI MLB Program
The RBI program is a Major League Baseball youth initiative designed to provide opportunities to play baseball and softball, to encourage excellence and achievement in education, and to teach the value of teamwork and other important life lessons for young people, ages 5 to 18, from underserved and urban communities.
Three NORDC/RBI teams (two baseball and one softball) represented New Orleans at the Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) Southwest Regional Tournament in Houston, July 23-26. There were 45 young athletes (30 boys and 15 girls) competing against teams across the region.
NORDC/RBI 2013 World Series Semi-Finalists
(front row) Claude Hayes III, Darrell Landry III, Brandon Watson, Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig, Sharon Robinson (daughter of Jackie Robinson), Kerry Bruce, Cristian Poché, Erik Vinnett (second row) Coach Bernard Dyer, Coach Alvin Robinson, Corey Levy, Easton Pineia, Chase Henderson. Myles Washington, Carnell Carter, Blair Joseph, Alonzo Bowie, Tyree Thompson, Coach Roy Conway, Coach Eric Soublet (third row) Tyler Reid See more photos here
NORDC/RBI 2013 Southwest Regional Champions
(front row) Claude Hayes III, Kerry Bruce, Brandon Watson, Darrell Landry III, Easton Pineia, Cristian Poché , Chase Henderson (back row) Coach Alvin Robinson, Coach Roy Conway, Tyree Thompson, Carnell Carter, Erik Vinnett, Tyler Reid, Alonzo Bowie, Blair Joseph, Corey Levy, Coach Eric Soublet, Coach Bernard Dyer, MLB representative.