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Mandatory Baseball Managers' & Coaches' Meeting
T-Ball Teams Being Formed Week of April 14
Very Limited Registrations Still Open for Baseball & Softball

T-Ball Teams Being Formed Week of April 14

T-ball teams are being formed this week. Managers (head coaches) will receive their team's rosters and will contact families before the end of the week. Games for Beginner and Advanced T-Ball will start the week of May 19. "Opening Day" for all T-ball teams, with team and individual pictures, will be held at Memorial Park on Saturday, May 31. Thank you for your patience, T-ball families!

Very Limited Registrations Still Open for Baseball & Softball

There are still some openings that need to be filled ASAP, listed below. 2014 registration cutoff is May 1.

T-Ball (boys and girls, ages 4-6): still accepting registrations

Lions/Telulah Softball:

Majors (11-12) - will take up to 2-4 players
Minors (9-10) - will take up to 3-6 players
Rookie (7-8) - will take up to 2 players

West Baseball Minors (ages 9-11): need up to 1 more player
(View West's Division boundaries)

Contact Cynthia Sieracki, ALL Registrations Coordinator, directly at csieracki@sbcglobal.net, to see which division you fall in (Einstein, Lions, Telulah, West) and to see if you can still be added to a team. If eligible, download the 2014 Registration form the "League Forms" link to the left, print, fill out, and mail in ASAP!

Little League introduces Baseball Bat Resource Page
Little League International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information. Click here to find the latest bat information, including the 2013 Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, definition of terms, the moratorium on the use of composite bats, and a series of frequently asked questions, with answers and licensed bat lists.

 
To have your child's bat approved for Little League play, please go to Play It Again Sports on Northland Avenue and get a special Little League sticker placed on the bat.

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