For Ray Bernal, a lot has happened in the past five years. He became the president of San Diego American Little League; with the help of the San Diego Padres, he renovated the league’s baseball fields and added a softball field; and he nearly tripled the size of his league, adding Junior and Senior League Baseball divisions, as well as three levels of Little […]
For Cole Daniels, 12, Little League® is so much more than playing baseball. Cole, a player at Montesano Little League on the Pacific Coast in Washington, is a leader at the Little League fields. With two younger brothers, he takes on the “big brother” role for not just his siblings, but for the entire league. For his display of Little League’s core values of […]
All players over the age of 8 must attend the assessment session on 2-6-16.
Two player assessment sessions will be held. #1 @ 10:00 AM and #2 @ 1:00 PM
Any player, who played in the Majors division in 2015, is exempt and does not need to attend assessments.
Must means MUST, for the proper evaluation and placement for players.
The entire registration process must be complete before the prior to the player participating in evaluations.
All players need to be there 15 to 30 minutes early to sign in, get their number and warm up.
Please bring a baseball glove and a hat. These items are all that is required. We strongly suggest that players wear baseball pants and cleats. Players may want to bring their own approved bat, helmet, batting gloves and any other gear necessary for their playing.
Players are expected to display their level of proficiency with fielding, catching, throwing, hitting and running. We have to look at over 100 players, so it is essential that players demonstrate self control and good sportsmanship by being patient, paying attention and listening to instructions at all times.
We understand that families have other engagements but ask that they make every effort to attend assessments. SCLL strives to properly place players in their receptive divisions and so coaches may properly draft balanced teams. When players fail to assess it causes problems for coaches and the league when trying to keep a competitive balance for ALL age levels. It is essential to the SCLL and the process is critical for each player to attend assessment.