Spring Registration Is Now Closed
If you would like your player to be placed on a waiting list please send email to email@example.com
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Little League International developed a program a few years back to bridge Little League and higher levels of play. The 50/70 division which means the pitching distance is 50 feet and the base paths are 70 feet in length as opposed to standard little league dimensions of 46/60, incorporates tradition baseball rules (leading off, pitchers holding baserunners, etc). Learning these rules and playing on a larger field does help in easing the transition to higher levels of play after little league. At some point in the future after leagues are able to alter fields to support 50/70 dimensions the major division in little league will move to these larger dimensions. This program is a stepping stone to get leagues ready.
This program is open to all players whose league age is between 11-13. This division will play regular season games on Sundays to allow players the opportunity to also participate in traditional little league divisions (Majors and Juniors) simultaneously. Practice schedules for the 50/70 team will consider that many of the players will likely play in two divisions simultaneously. Please note that little league pitching rules are still in effect. Standard days of rest will be mandatory if the player is playing just on a 50/70 team or playing simultaneously on a 50/70 and another little league division team.
There is an all-star program for the 50/70 division for those players that play in at least 60% of the regular season games. Players on a 50/70 team would be eligible to be selected for the 11, 12 or Junior division all-star teams if they also participated in at least 60% of the regular season games in the majors or juniors division. However a player cannot participate on both on a 50/70 all-star team and a 11, 12 or juniors all-star team.
Interested players are asked to contact Will Napier immediately at: firstname.lastname@example.org. A meeting will be held for those who are potentially interested in the program.
Please note that you cannot select this division as an option on our online registration page. Discounts will be offered to those players electing to play on two teams simultaneously.
Another Fall Baseball season in the books. Thank you to all the participants and a huge thank you to all the managers and coach volunteers. You make our league great and without your volunteerism we could not exist. Thank you Juniors Managers Mark Martinelli and Damon Suter, Majors Managers Bob Walker and Leandra Blades, AAA Managers Patrick Finn and Jason Secoda, AA Managers Robert Lane and David Little. Thank you!!!
EYLLL held a seven week clinic for players 4-7 and by all accounts it was a huge success. The players had a chance to learn and improve some fundamental baseball skills and have fun. The league is extremely grateful to Jim McCahery for his leadership and planning of the program. Thank you to all those that helped with coaching and player coordination especially Michelle McCahery, Jeff Knowles, Barry Waddell and Steve Vartanian.
We are so excited to bring you this great new site that will greatly improve your access to league information, registration, team standings, schedules, etc. The league spent the last year researching the best league management websites on the market. After an exhaustive search and discussions with users of various products it was clear that Sport Ngin was the best. Your child may already play in another sport league (i.e Yorba Linda NJB, JUSA) that uses Sport Ngin and you already know how great it is. There is a free mobile application (search Sport Ngin on itunes & google play store) that you can use to keep up to date on the team schedule and standings. Each team will have their own team page to post team specific information, calendar and pictures.
Please click the "Become a Member" button at the top of the page. Once you are a member you will receive notifications such as the opening of the Spring 2015 online registration process.
We are moving towards an all electronic registration process. Please register your child for the season using this tool when registration begins (estimated Nov 15). In past years we have had multiple in-person sign up days in front of Big 5. We will only have one in-person sign up this year at Big 5. We are hoping only those without online access will attend the in-person sign up. To avoid any potential long lines there please use the online registration process. Thank you.
We encourage you to spend some time on the site and get familiar with the various elements. If there is any additional information you would like to see on the site then please email: email@example.com
Thank you and we are looking forward to a great 2015 with our EYLLL community!!
Beginning in 2018 Little League International will change the way league ages are determined. This is important today because depending on your child’s birthday and age, they may lose one year of little league baseball in 2018.
Beginning in 2018 little league players with a birthday that falls between May 1 and December 31 will be considered a league age older than what they are under the current system.
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