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2020 Spring Baseball Player Evaluations

 

I order to ensure that players are placed in the correct division based on players' skill levels, LPLL will be holding their player evaluations on the following days.  Please make sure to show up for the correct check-in times for your players' age.  Player evaluations will be held on the Majors Field at Litchfield Elementary School.  Please note that only Coaches, Players, and LPLL Board Members will be allowed on the field before, during, and after the evaluations. 

 

Players will need to bring with them all baseball equipment they would normally have with them for a practice or game.

 

Please note that any player that was on a Majors Team in LPLL in the Spring of 2019, DO NOT need to attend Evaluations.  If a player wishes to be considered for a Majors Team but CAN NOT make one of the scheduled evaluations, please email us at litchfieldparklittleleague@gmail.com to inform us that your player wishes to be considered for Majors.

 

 

T-Ball, Coach Pitch, and our Hybrid A division do not have player evaluations, players are placed on a team based on requests, locations, and school. 

 

Softball Player Evaluations will be set once we have a better idea of the number of teams we will be having.  But we are looking at holding them the following week if necessary.   Email communications will be sent out to all softball players once times and dates are set. 


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Litchfield Park Little League (LPLL)

 

LPLL is a non-profit Little League Baseball and Softball organization that is ran completely by volunteers.  We offer division for players that are turning 4 - 14 before September 1 of the current season.  (The division descriptions are listed below.)  We currently run two separate seasons: 

·         Spring Season

o   Registration Starts in September and ends in early January. 

o   Practices begin in late January.

o   Opening Day of Games being the first Saturday in March.

o   Final Games will be played before memorial day weekend.

o   Spring Season offers all divisions of play.

§  T-Ball:  4-6 year old’s new to the game.

§  Coach Pitch:  5-7 year old’s still developing but are ready for something more than T-Ball

§  A Baseball:  7 – 9 year old’s, our first level of Kid pitch.  However it is a hybrid Kid/Coach Pitch Division

§  AA Baseball:  8 – 10 year old’s, our first level of kid pitch that no longer has coach pitch involved.

§  AAA Baseball:  9 – 11 year old’s, competitive league of players not quite ready for Majors.

§  Majors Baseball:  10 – 12 year old’s, the best of the best, most competitive division of Little League Baseball.  These are the age groups you see on ESPN every summer. 

§  JR. Baseball:  13 – 14 year old’s, Players that are now too old to play Little League but wish to continue to grow as players and have fun playing the game.  Games are played on larger fields.  Same size as professional baseball.

§  Mini’s Softball: First Level of Girls Softball 7 -9 year old’s, similar to the baseballs A league with a combination of kid/coach pitch.

§  Minors Softball:  9 – 11 year old’s, competitive league of players not quite ready for Majors.

§  Majors Softball:  10 – 12 year old’s, the best of the best, most competitive division of Little League Baseball.  These are the age groups you see on ESPN every summer. 

§  Challenger League:  4 – 22 (if still enrolled in school), individuals with a physical or intellectual challenge may participate.  Teams practice one a week and play one game on Saturday mornings, with Buddies from our local community. 

o   Games and Practices will be mostly weekday evenings.

§  However depending on the size of the league a few Saturdays could be used. 

·         Fall Season

o   Registration begins in May and ends in late July

o   Practices begin in late mid to late August

o   Games usually begin after Labor Day and finish up around Halloween.

o   More Instructional, it allows players a chance to play more softball/baseball.

o   Limited Divisions Offered:

§  Coach Pitch & T-ball -- All Practices and games in Verrado.

§  8u Baseball – Similar to A league we offer in the spring.

§  10u Baseball – Similar to AA & AAA we offer in the spring

§  12u Baseball – Similar to AAA & Majors Baseball we offer in the spring.

§  10u Softball – Similar to Mini’s & Minors Softball we offer in the spring.

§  12u Softball – Similar to Minors & Majors Softball we offer in the spring.

o   Games and Practices will be mostly weekday evenings.

§  However depending on the size of the league a few Saturdays could be used. 

 

Because we are a Little League organization players will need to either go to a school inside our boundaries or live inside our boundaries. 

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