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Little Leaguer - November

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Volume 28 - Issue No. 10, November 2010

 

Dates, Sites for 2011 Little League World Series Tournaments Announced

Text of 2011 Little League Rule Book Changes Now Available

The dates and sites for the eight Little League World Series tournaments in 2011 were approved by the Little League International Board of Directors during its annual meeting at Little League International.

Little League International has made significant changes to several policies, rules and regulations for the 2011 season. These changes have been made available in a PowerPoint presentation.

 

Five New Members Begin Terms on Little League International Advisory Board

Big League Baseball Player, Eagle Scout Completes Project in Support of Western Region Headquarters

Five people with nearly 100 years of combined experience in the Little League Baseball and Softball program began their terms on the Little League International Advisory Board during the annual fall meeting at Little League International.

Anthony Fontana, a Big League Baseball player in Alta Loma (Calif.) Little League, completed his Eagle Scout Project which benefited the Little League Western Region Headquarters in San Bernardino, Calif.

 

Fields of Green: The YMCA of Greater Kansas City, Little League Challenger Division Create Environment of Pride, Success

Little League Mourns the Passing of Edward Younken

The YMCA of Greater Kansas City, (Mo.) recently dedicated the Fred and Shirley Pryor YMCA Challenger Sports Complex. The construction and development of the Challenger field and its surrounding amenities have taken four years to complete.

Little League International mourns the passing of Edward Younken, a beloved minister, and champion of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, who also was the first Little Leaguer to pitch a no-hit, no-run game in the organization's history.

 

The Little League On-Line Store Is Offering Free Shipping on Selected Orders

Little League Baseball and Softball Continues Its Partnership with New Era Caps

The Little League On-Line Store is offering free UPS Ground shipping on orders of $50 or more until December 21. This offer is good for any apparel or souvenir merchandise. Use code – FRSH2010. Log on to: www.LittleLeagueStore.net.

Little League Baseball and Softball has extended its relationship with New Era Caps after an agreement was reached that will maintain the manufacturer's status as the official and exclusive cap of the Little League Baseball World Series through 2014.

 

LexisNexis Refines Background Checks Process; It's Also Time to Consider ASAP Plans

Statement Regarding Composite Bats in Junior League, Senior League, and Big League Baseball Divisions

For the 2011 season, Little League International again will provide each chartered Little League with access to 125 free background checks through LexisNexis. This year, the LexisNexis online background process has been simplified.

A moratorium on the use of composite bats in the Junior, Senior, and Big League Baseball Divisions of Little League was enacted on Aug. 27, 2010, by the Little League International Board of Directors, effective immediately.

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