Try Outs Feb 16th @ North Fork
9am- Junior & 50/70 Baseball
10am- Major Baseball
All boys should wear athletic shoes and their glove.
Late Fees begin Feb 17th
Mandatory Manager & Coach Meeting March 1st 1:30-4pm
Field Days March 8th & 15th
Jamboree & Hit-a-thon April 11th
Lewis River Little League is dedicated to providing the children of our community the opportunity to participate in the sport of baseball in a fun and safe environment. We offer baseball and softball programs for all players ages 4-16.
We strive to provide an environment in which young players can learn to play the game of baseball or softball, sharpen their skills, learn social skills in regards to teamwork, sportsmanship and respect. With positive participation from parents, coaches and players, we can provide an experience that’s rewarding to all.
One of the great traditions that we have in this league is having several days each season where we can go up to Seattle and enjoy a Mariners game at a discounted price. Tickets are only $10.00 each this year. Our players are even allowed to do a parade around the field before the game! This year's dates are as follows:
Sunday, May 3rd vs. Houston Astros at 1:10pm - Payments due by April 18th.
Sunday, May 17th vs. Detroit Tigers at 1:10pm- Payments due by May 2nd.
Sunday, May 31st vs. Atlanta Braves at 1:10pm- Payments due by May 16th.
For more information and/or to print the needed form, click here!
Join Seattle Mariners Manager, Scott Servais, Director of High Performance, Andy McKay, and ROOT Sports Personality, Angie Mentink for a two-hour, On BASE Coaches Clinic. As a youth baseball and/or softball coach, you will gain valuable coaching insight from Servais, McKay, and Mentink’s years of experience. You will also have the opportunity to ask the Mariner personalities questions related to coaching young ballplayers in an interactive Q&A session.
Following the one-hour session with Servais, McKay, and Mentink, Mariners Grand Slam Camps Founder and Lead Instructor, Mark Zender, will give you practical information on how to structure practices and how to create a positive playing environment for your athletes.
Attendance to the event is FREE: Saturday, January 25 | 10:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.
Please fill in the required fields to RSVP. Please be aware that space is limited.
We have open Board positions for 2020:
Field Schedule Coordinator, Fundraiser Coordinator, Assistant Registration Officer and Assistant Equipment/Uniform Manager!
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested. If these don't fit with how you would like to help the League, we can create a position!
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Little League® International has assembled an online resource page dedicated to baseball bat information, that includes the latest bat information, current Little League Baseball rules and regulations governing bats, and a series of frequently asked questions.
Please note that as of January 1, 2018, the USA Baseball Bat Standard will be implemented. For more information on the USABat standard and a complete list of bats approved through the USABat Standard, visit usabat.com.
Registration fees for 2020 Spring Baseball/Softball (per player) are:
Tee Ball: $80.00
Coach Pitch: $120.00
Minor, Majors & 50/70: $145.00
- We have added a $10.00 opt out option for the Snack Shack in lieu of working 2 shifts at the Snack Shack.
- Family Maximum cap will be $350.00
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|Woodland, WA 98674|