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Post 400 Policies


  • Players that try-out for Post 400 are evaluated by the organization and placed on one of three teams by coaches - in two phases:  once prior to spring season (two teams) and again prior to the summer season (three teams).  Players that do not make one of the three teams for the summer season will be cut from the program.
  • A player in the organization can be moved from one team to another at any time during the year based on coaches and organizations discretion up to June 30th of that year.  This is when official rosters are due.  One exception is that some players can be dual rostered after June 30th.  They can be on the Stars and either the Astros OR Comets.  Dual rostering is at the discretion of the organization.
  • Players are encouraged to attend two of the three scheduled winter workouts per week to be evaluated.
  • Beginning in 2022 we will be starting in the spring, with our first games in March.  If you are chosen for one of the two spring teams you will need to make a commitment to the team and forgo playing high school baseball.
  • If you do not make one of the two (2) spring teams (Stars – 18u or Astros 16u) OR choose to play high school baseball instead you still have a chance to make one of the three (3) summer teams (Stars 18u, Astros 16u or Comets 18u) after the high school season has concluded.
  • We will hold summer tryouts for high school players on Wednesdays and Sundays in May.  Post 400 coaches and/or staff will also attend high school games to evaluate player talent to fill out the remainder of the summer roster spots.
  • Once you have signed up and worked out through the winter months and/or made a 2022 roster of a Post 400 team (Stars, Astros or Comets) you will be considered a Post 400 player for entire 2022 season until its conclusion.

Playing Time

  • The coaches will explain the player’s role when they make the team.  Player should communicate to the parent or guardian what was explained to them in this meeting.
  • If during the season a player has issues with playing time the player will set up a meeting with their coaches and discuss the issues at hand.
  • If issues with playing time come once again later in the season a player can set up a subsequent meeting with their coaches.  That meeting would consist of the player, player’s parent, the coaches and a board member(s).
  • 24-hour rule is in effect if there are any game issues.  A player/parent must wait 24 hours to request any meeting with the coaches after the day of the game(s).

Missed Games/Practice

  • The player must give two week notice if they are to miss any games.  This is important for the coaches to be able to set up pitching rotations and rosters for the best chance of success.  Surprise absences are detrimental to that process.
  • The player must give advanced notice if they will be missing a practice.  Exceptions to this would be reviewed on a case by case basis.  Examples include, but not limited to:  funeral, Covid, etc...  All other absences would be treated as unexcused.
  • If a player has an unexcused absence(s) it is the organization’s discretion as to the consequence.  Examples include, but not limited to: sit out a game(s), make up practice(s), etc…
  • If a player is late for practice or a game it is the coach’s discretion as to the consequences.


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Fargo, North Dakota 58106

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