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To identify, encourage and advance area youth baseball and softball talent to its greatest potential and create educational and career opportunities.
El Paso Border Youth Athletic Association (BYAA) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization founded in 2000 with the mission of creating educational and developmental opportunities for El Paso youth, and advancing youth baseball and softball talent to its highest potential.
El Paso Border Youth Athletic Association has a state-of-the-art, 14,000 square footindoor training facility for baseball and softball which opened its doors in December of 2011. This facility is centrally located at 6801 Commerce St. Building 7D. This facility is drawing attendance and membership from all parts of the city.
In order to advance the El Paso area baseball and softball talent, EPBYAA has 3 programs to bring local, regional and national talent to El Paso and connections to allow players to showcase their skills to the rest of the country through invitational development camps and clinics held by MLB, USA Baseball, and USA Softball. Those 3 programs include our indoor facility, THE BASE, and our two community based programs; Chihuahuas NeXt and BASE Play RBI. El Paso Border Youth Athletic Association is currently looking to build an outdoor baseball and softball complex with multiple regulation baseball and youth/softball fields.