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Baseball Camps with DST!
posted 07/24/2014
 

DST, in partnership with LLLL,

announces Baseball Summer Camp!

 

High School Prep Camp

Rising 7th, 8th and 9th graders

August 4-8

9:30 am - 2:00 pm Monday - Thursday

9:30 am - 12:00 pm Friday

Foltz Field

Gives players the skills and understanding of what it takes to play high school baseball at the highest levels!

Camp Leader Pat Cassidy, Broad Run High School

Click here for the High School Prep Camp Flyer

and Registration Form

 

Click here for the DST web site


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Fall 2014 Registration Now Open!
posted 07/16/2014
 

 

Register now for our Fall Season!

 

Regular registration is open from July 16th - August 16th

Registration fees are $100 per Tee Ball player*, and $140 for all other players*

 

Families with multiple players (Machine Pitch and up) can register for $255 per family*

Families with multiple Tee Ball players can register for $175 per family*

 

Late registration runs from August 17th - August 30th ($125 per Tee Ball player, $175 per all other players*)

 

(*All registration prices include the Loudoun County Use Fee of $12.50 per player)

 

Click here to register!

  

LLLL is pleased to offer a special referral fee discount!

Receive a $25 discount when you bring a new player to 2014 Fall baseball (hasn't previously played in LLLL!).  The discount applies to BOTH your registration fee AND the new player's registration fee!

(This is a manual process - $25 discounts will be issued as credits after paying the full registration fees.  One discount  per family. May not be combined with other discounts.)

Simply email our  to participate in this program or to inquire further.

 

The start of our Fall season is planned for the first week of September - more details will be provided as we get closer to that time.

 

The Fall season introduces our players to the next level of competition:

  • Older Tee Ball players get their first taste of Machine Pitch (MP)
  • Machine Pitch players move up to Minors and try their skills at Kid-Pitch
  • Minor Leaguers move up to Majors 

This is also a time of transition as our 12 year old Major Leaguers make the leap to the 90' fields utilized by the Juniors/Seniors/Big League programs. 

 

When completing your registration forms, remember to sign-up for one level higher than played this Spring.

"League Age" is the age that the player will be as of 4/30/15 and will serve as a guide for the appropriate level of play for anyone who did not participate in the Spring. 

 

THE LEVEL PLAYED IN THE FALL HAS NO BEARING ON THE LEVEL OF PARTICIPATION IN THE SPRING.  SPRING DIVISIONS/TEAMS ARE DETERMINED BY OUR PLAYER ASSESSMENT AND SUBSEQUENT DRAFT PROCESSES.  FOR EXAMPLE, IT IS POSSIBLE FOR A PLAYER TO PARTICIPATE AT THE MAJORS LEVEL IN THE FALL AND TO BE DRAFTED BY AN AAA TEAM IN THE FOLLOWING SPRING.

 

Concussion Safety:

All parents and players will be required to read and sign the Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) Concussion Guidelines for Parents, Athletes and Coaches form at the beginning of the Fall season (available on the LLLL web site). Your coach will collect the completed forms.

 

Umpires:

All teams in the Minors and Majors divisions will be required to provide one adult umpire and one back up.  Training will be provided in early September and prior to the first games of the season.

 

Division Guidelines:

The level of play during the Fall season is designed to be instructional. The level of play (division) during the Fall season is NOT guaranteed for any player in the Spring season.  The ‘Minors’ (AA/AAA) and ‘Majors’ Spring rosters are formed following player assessments in February and via a player draft in March, where the managers select their teams from all eligible players. 

 

All players League Age 8 and above are required to attend player assessments in February.

“League Age” is your player’s age as of April 30, 2015.

 

How To Select Your Child’s Level of Play:

(Ages below refer to “League Age” which is the player’s age as of April 30, 2015)

 

Tee Ball:

All 5 Year Olds and 6 Year Olds

May include 7 Year Olds

 

Machine Pitch:

May include players ages 7 - 11

Those who played Developmental Machine Pitch in Spring ‘14

Those who played 6 Year Old Tee Ball in Spring ‘14

 

Minors:

May include players ages 9 – 11

11 Year Olds who are not ready for Majors

Those who played AA in Spring ‘14

May include 9 Year Olds and 10 Year Olds who played Rookie Machine Pitch in Spring ‘14

 

Majors

All 12 Year Olds (unless there is a safety consideration that dictates play in Minors)

Those who played Majors in Spring ‘14

Those who played AAA in Spring ’14 (unless parent desires to play at the AAA level again in Spring ’15)

 

Juniors:

13-14 Year Olds

 

Seniors:

15-16 Year Olds

 

Big League:

           17-18 Year Olds

 

*NOTE:  It is VERY possible that your child will play at a lower division in the Spring 2015 season than they played in the Fall 2014 season. This most often occurs at the AA and the Majors levels because players rising from Rookie Machine Pitch into AA, or from AA/AAA into Majors, might NOT be drafted to those levels in the Spring.  It is very important to understand this reality: the level of play you choose in the Fall does not guarantee that same level of play in the Spring season. Please select your Fall division appropriately.  The League strongly encourages parents to think objectively about their child’s ability level and commitment to the game of baseball in order to avoid an emotional let-down if he or she is not drafted into the same level of play in the Spring.

 


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