Easy 2-Step Player Registration- Inland Empire



Thank you for considering our organization for all your youth baseball development needs! The process is a simple 2-step process to register and only takes a few minutes. You can do it from a PC or even on your mobile phone.

Little League & Pony Leaguers Still in Season: If you are still in season and are looking to commit now but pay your training fees later you can still register now and only submit your membership fee. Once you complete the player contract, you will be sent to a page to submit either your registration membership fee, or the full registration fee.



Complete and Sign the Big West BPA Baseball Player Contract.


$150.00- Annual Member Fee

Every member is required to pay a membership fee of $150.00 1-time per year. If you are signing up on or after after Sept 1st, your $150 annual fee will be credited through all of the following year as well.  If you are starting mid month, your monthly training fee will get credited toward next months dues and you will not be required to pay to train & play the current month you are starting with our program.

This annual membership fee is a form of a "forced savings" plan for the organization. Here are some things it goes towards:

  • Facility Up Keep
  • Fields for Training/Practice
  • New Training Gear, hats, shirts, etc
$150.00- Monthly Training Fees
  • Billing is month-to-month with no long term contracts. If the program works for you, then you will continue playing. If not, then you are not locked in on any long term contracts.
  • 15% Savings/Discount Option: With all the credit card cash back rewards such as free air miles, cash back bonuses, etc, some parents prefer to pre-pay and take advantage of not only a savings in our program but also savings with their finances.
SIBLING DISCOUNT: Each additional sibling is 1/2 Off Monthly Dues (does not include annual membership fee). Ex.- You have 2 kids in program your monthly bill will be $225.00 for both kids total.

DUE DATE: Your monthly dues are due on the 1st of the month with a 5-day grace period. This is so we can pay our staff at the beginning of the month. Your dues cover 2 practices per week that include at least 1 hour of hitting, 1 hour of strength, speed, and agility training, and 2 hours of field practice.

Additional Costs (not required all at once or even today)

$150-$340- Uniform & Team Gear Bundle: This gets you a team helmet, team bag, home & away uniform, 2 pairs of pants, socks, belt. It also gets you team shorts and practice shirts for training. Essentially a large portion of this cost is normal costs associated with playing any type of organized baseball but at a discounted rate. We also have a team store with huge discounts from our Sponsors which will save you hundreds of dollars annually by taking advantage of using our store.For example, if you were to buy a bat in our store, you can expect to save anywhere between $70-$100 dollars on a bat and we are partnered with the #1 Bat & Glove Supplier currently through Wilson who owns Wilson Gloves, Demarini Bats, Lousiville Slugger Bats, and EvoShield.

$75.00 Tournament Fee: This item is paid a la carte when you attend a tournament. Some of this fee also goes to the coaches who attend the tournaments for their time & travel costs.


We are a year round program that has players that play year round. We do have 2 seasons internally though that we operate under which is the Summer/Fall season which is baseball that starts in June-November and the Spring Season which runs from Mid January-May. Travel baseball age groups transition on August 1st every year. So we try to form our teams in the Spring in Preparation for the new age group transition at the end of Summer in August and heads into Fall Baseball. Some kids will return to recreational baseball in Spring also and then return in the following Summer.

Head Coach- Terry Clark

Terry Clark is a former Major League Baseball player. A pitcher, Clark played for the California Angels in 1988 and 1989, Houston Astros in 1990 and 1996, Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves in 1995, Kansas City Royals in 1996, and Texas Rangers and Cleveland Indians in 1997.

From 2000-2004, Clark was a pitching coach in the Cleveland Indians minor league system for Single-A Mahoning Valley, Double-A Akron, and Triple-A Buffalo. From 2006-2008, he was the pitching coach for Double-A Frisco in the Rangers organization. On December 29, 2008, he was named the pitching coach for Triple-A Oklahoma City. He was also the Seattle Mariners' Minor League pitching coordinator 2014-2015, then in 2016 hired as the Chicago Cubs pitching coach at Tennessee.

His son, Matt Clark, is also a professional baseball player

Practice: We practice 2 times per week in the Rancho Cucamonga area. Once indoors at our private facility located in Rancho Cucamonga, and once on the field.

Travel: Most games are played in the OC/Riv/SB Area. Some teams may opt to play out of state for special events such as a World Series or a State Championship.

Games: You can expect to play at least 2 weekends per month for the most part and we try to have 2 weekends off with no baseball activities.

What Separates Us from Everyone Else?

Justifying Substantial Value- These are all things to consider when you look at what you pay, and the value you get with us, but more importantly- is your son getting better at baseball and getting prepared for high school or college baseball?
  • Your team will be coached by professional coaches not parents
  • Every week, our players attend a speed, strength, & conditioning class in addition to baseball training.
  • Big West is one of the fastest growing youth program in the Country. With that has come tremendous success from State championships, to All American & USA Baseball selections at ages 8U-11U. We can confidently say that no club in the area offers what we offer at the youth level.
  • in 2018 We put 13 youth players ages 9-11 in National All American programs and played events in Florida, South Carolina, Texas, & Georgia, an Nevada.
  • BPA is hands down one of the most successful college placement programs  in the country and is only 1 of 20 Wilson Premiere Organizations. There are only 3 in the California and none in Orange County other than BPA.
  • Last year BPA put 23 athletes in NCAAA Division 1 college baseball programs alone and 3 were drafted professionally.
  • BPA has an extensive college recruiting network with direct access to the coaches & recruiters and 10 years of proven success placing kids in college.
  • Your son will have the opportunity to mix in with other BPA teams (Orange County,San Diego, Sacramento, etc)- meet new friends, gain new experiences, etc.
Other things to keep in mind when comparing us to other clubs:
  • Do they have their own training facility?
  • Do they have a strong recruiting platform that will continue to bring in quality talent that will surround & push your son to get better? Think about how you found us? Do you see any other clubs doing what we do to to build & grow?
  • Do they offer additional training such as speed, strength, agility, etc.
  • Do they play high level events such as NITS, Select 30s, etc against the best competition around, or do they play in Pony Leagues, Sunday leagues with low level talent, or low level tourneys, etc? This is important because your son will not get better playing against kids he is better than every day.


Complete and Sign the Big West BPA Baseball Player Contract.

Copyright 2016 South Orange County and Inland Empire Travel Baseball- Big West BPA | Orange County and Inland Empire Travel Baseball Club offers competitive travel baseball academy programs serving all of Orange County and the Inland Empire including Tustin, Newport Beach, Newport Coast, Irvine, Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Laguna Woods, Laguna Hills, Laguna Beach, Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo, Ladera Ranch, Rancho Santa Margarita, Foothill Ranch, Mission Viejo, San Juan Capistrano, Capistrano Beach, San Clemente, Camp Pendelton, Oceanside, Dana Point, Monarch Beach, Riverside, San Bernardino, Fontana, Moreno Valley, Ontario, Norco, Rancho Cucamunga, Corona, Lake Elsinore, Murrieta, Menefee, & Temecula . Our team practices in South Orange County and the Inland Empire and plays travel baseball tournaments all over Orange County, Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles & San Diego Counties.