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Field Work Day

We need parents and players to help get the fields ready for Opening Day!  Join us for a field work day on March 3, from 9:00am to 12:00pm.  

Meet at Field 1 and bring wheelbarrows, shovels, gloves, rakes, hula hoop hoes, hoes, tampers, etc.  Make sure to label your equipment.   More details to follow soon!


by posted 02/21/2018
Positive Coaching Alliance Workshop

Join parents, coaches, and managers tomorrow for the Positive Coaching Alliance Workshop.  

Saturday, February 17

9:30AM - 1:00PM

Aptos High School

 


by posted 02/16/2018
Mark your Calendars!


by posted 02/16/2018
13 year old 50/70 now registering

Have a player that has aged out of majors, but Pony baseball seems to be more than your player is ready for?

Tried out for Pony and didn't make it

or Playing Pony and your player cannot get enough baseball? Players can play both leagues :)

If your player was born January to April 2005 or September to December 2004, they qualify for the 13 year old intermediate league through Santa Cruz Little League. 

This league plays the higher level 50/70 layout, competes with teams from the San Jose, Cupertino, Fremont areas in a fun yet competitive atmosphere

Harvey West Field #2 is our base field, games are local and in the Santa Clara valley

Players are also welcome from other areas of district 39, if you have a friend at Capitola/Soquel, Scotts valley, Aptos or Live Oak they are welcome to register!

Questions Please contact me- Alyshia Manzella leibtrans@comcast.net


by posted 02/14/2018
Calling All Umpires

 Calling All Umpires  

We are looking for interested 

Junior and Adult umpires 

for the 2018 season!

 

Junior Umpires

  • All League Age 12 players (i.e., players in their last year of Majors) and older are eligible to umpire.
  • $20/game for AA games and even more for higher-level games
  • Free food after each game
  • Free training

High School, College, and Adult Umpires 

  • High School and Adult umpires are paid at higher rates, though, of course, adult volunteers are very much appreciated!
  • Free food after each game
  • Free training

If you're interested in umpiring, the very first step is to join the SCLL Umpiring Google Group by sending email to  .

 

LOCATION CHANGE TO: 

 

Pajaro Valley High School GYM , 500 Harkins Slough Rd, Watsonville, CA 95076

Directions: From Highway South from Santa Cruz
Take exit 426 to Main street (Exit just past Airport blvd) Turn right onto Green Valley rd (first signal light)
Cross back over highway Becomes Harkins Slough rd School on right before Lee rd

The second step for interested umpires is to get some training. There are two outstanding clinics for umpires in our local area. All first-time umpires must attend the Watsonville clinic on February 24.

 

  • On February 24th, The District 39 clinic in Watsonville provides training for all umpires (including new junior umpires). This clinic covers all of the basic techniques required to be a Little League umpire.

  • On February 17th & 18th, the Section 5 clinic in Los Gatos provides training for adult umipres and for experienced junior umpires.

Contact Mark Mitchell, Umpire-in-Chief with any questions at scllumpires@yahoo.com. 

 

 
 
                        

by posted 02/12/2018
2018 Approved Bats

2018 APPROVED BATS

If you are thinking of buying a bat as a holiday gift, make sure it’s on the USABat approved list! As of January 1, 2018, bats previously approved for Little League play will not be permitted for use in practice or games.
https://usabat.com/


by posted 12/11/2017
Important - Bat Standards for 2018!

Little League bat standards have changed.  Do not buy an new bat unless you see this

logo on the bat:

 

The list of approved bats can be found at this link- https://usabat.com/.

 

*unfortunately old bats are no longer acceptable for use in 2018

 


by posted 09/29/2017
website help for managers and coaches

Please email Debra Feldstein @: debrafscll@gmail.com

 

Check out the new website help tab on the home page


by posted 01/03/2017
Contact Us
Santa Cruz Little League
PO BOX 1723
Santa Cruz, CA 95061
831-205-0275
santacruzlittleleague@yahoo.com
SCLLPlayerAgent@yahoo.com

 
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