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Little Leaguer - March

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Volume 29 - Issue No. 3, March 2011

 

Little League International Provides Latest Updates on Bat Moratorium

Marty Hoy Nominated to Represent Western Region on Little League International Board of Directors

Little League International has received additional results regarding ABI (Accelerated Break In) testing for previously-licensed composite-barreled bats for use in the Little League (Majors) Division and below.

Marty Hoy, of Torrance, Calif., will replace Robert Fleming, from Las Vegas, Nev., on the Little League International Board of Directors. If approved, Mr. Hoy will assume his seat on the Board when the 24 members meet in November.

 

Bartlomiej Sochacki Named Assistant Director of Little League's Europe, Middle East and Africa Region

Russell Athletic Renews Agreement with Little League Baseball and Softball

Bartlomiej (Bart) Sochacki, a native of Szczecinek, Poland, has been named the Assistant Director of Little League's Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Region in Kutno, Poland.

Russell Athletic will continue as the "Official Uniform Provider of the Little League Baseball and Softball World Series." The athletic apparel company will supply the team uniforms for all eight Little League Baseball and Softball World Series.

 

Little League International Takes Little League Baseball World Series Ticket Lottery Online

Annual Little League Awards Programs Accepting Nominations

The 2011 World Series Ticket Lottery will be conducted online with all submissions being collected through Little League's website. Log on to the Little League website to access the entry form.

With the 2011 Little League taking shape, now is the time to consider recognizing individuals for their commitment to the Little League program.

 

Little League, Top Colleges Team Up for Softball Days

Teams Selected for 2011 LLB World Series' Challenger Division Game

Little League Softball and many of the top collegiate programs across the United States have again teamed up to provide an opportunity for a complete softball experience by hosting a Little League Softball Day.

Lafayette (La.) Little League and Baugo Little League from Mishawaka, Ind., will be the teams participating in the annual Challenger Division Game played at the Little League Baseball World Series.

 

Softball Factory to Offer Softball Camps

Honda Double Play Giveaway Welcomes Pin Design

Little League Softball and the Softball Factory, a newly-created extension of the Baseball Factory, are partnering to hold a series of four clinics this spring for any interested Little League Softball players.

It's Honda's 15-year anniversary as an official sponsor of Little League Baseball and Softball, and this year, you're invited to design the collectible trading pin that's given to thousands of Little League fans.

 

Let Hilton Worldwide Ease Your Travel Costs This Spring, Summer

New-Look T-shirts, Hoodies Now Available through Little League's Online Store

Hilton Worldwide, the Official Hotel Partner of Little League Baseball and Softball, is proud and committed to support the world's largest youth sports organization. By booking online, at: HHonors.com/LittleLeague Hilton HHonors® members will receive 15 percent off their hotel stays. Enroll today, at: HHonors.com/LittleLeague.

Check out the new line of Little League "Mom," "Dad," "Fan," and "Grandparent" T-shirts and hooded sweatshirts that have just arrived at the Little League On-Line Store. Log on to: www.LittleLeagueStore.net and start shopping.

 

Easton-Bell Hopes "The Dome" Will Prevent "Ball Impact" Injuries to Pitchers

ASAP LogoDAs, Local Leagues Are Reminded ASAP Plans Must Be Approved, Background Checks Must be Completed

Stephen D. Keener, President and Chief Executive Officer of Little League Baseball and Softball, recently attended the public introduction of the "pitcher's helmet," which was developed by the Easton-Bell sporting goods company.

All ASAP plans must be implemented before the season starts in order to qualify as an approved plan for the current year. Mandatory Background checks also must be completed before the start of the season.

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