LTRC Youth Baseball Umpire Program
The LTRC Youth Umpire program offers young men and women the opportunity to take part in one of the largest, longest-running community programs for youth umpires in the county.
Without umpires, there can be no baseball. As a youth umpire, you’ll be an indispensable part of the Lutherville-Timonium baseball program. And you’ll be helping support a program that’s a vital part of our local community. There are many reasons to be an LTRC umpire. You’ll be part of a program that’s fun, and important to your community. You’ll learn more about the game of baseball, and you’ll increase your ability to handle responsibilities and make decisions. And, of course, you’ll be earning money.
If you’re still playing baseball, LTRC umpires have a flexible schedule, so umpiring won’t conflict with your ball playing. First-year umpires usually work about three to five games during the season. And if you’re not playing ball, that’s fine, too–many of our best umpires no longer play.
To become an umpire, sign up below.
- WHO: To be eligible, you must be at least 13, or turn 13 before June 4, 2017 and you’ll have to attend five training classes.
- WHEN: Thursday nights starting in February 2017 – TBD
- TIME: 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m
- WHERE: Ridgely Middle School room 123 a Ridgely
*NOTE – If you attend every class and the field test in early April, you’ll be eligible for an end-of-season bonus of $20.