Moreland Little League - Spring 2012 Season - San Jose, CA

Location: Moreland Little League Baseball Complex
4660 Eastus Drive, San Jose, California, 95129
Event Types: Baseball (view all San Jose events in March)
Start Date: March 1, 2012
End Date: June 11, 2012
Event Fee: (See below for price list)
Organizer: Mark A. Phillips, www.morelandlittleleague.org, , 408-605-6408
Sign Up/Tickets:
 
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Event Overview

WELCOME TO THE MORELAND LITTLE LEAGUE SPRING 2012 SEASON ONLINE REGISTRATION!

Price List

CategoryPrice
T-BALL (Pay by Credit Card) $500.0000
AA-BALL (Pay by Credit Card) $1800.0000
MINORS (Pay by Credit Card) $2000.0000
JUNIORS/SENIORS (Pay by Credit Card) $2250.0000
MAJORS (Pay by Credit Card) $2000.0000
A-BALL (Pay by Credit Card) $1800.0000
T-BALL (Pay by Check) $500.0000
A-BALL (Pay by Check) $1800.0000
AA-BALL (Pay by Check) $1800.0000
MINORS (Pay by Check) $2000.0000
JUNIORS/SENIORS (Pay by Check) $2250.0000
MAJORS (Pay by Check) $2000.0000
Duplicates and Reg Errors0.0000
CHALLENGER (Pay by Credit Card) $500.0000
CHALLENGER (Pay by Check) $500.0000

Sibling Discount

Each Sibling in the same house hold receives a $10/discount. Note: In order to receive this discount, all siblings need to be registered in the same transaction.

Additional Notes

* Before you Register Online - Please visit the league's website at www.MorelandLittleLeague.org and click the "Registration Info" Tab on the left hand side for important messages and instructions! ** PLEASE NOTE: If you do NOT receive a confirmation e-mail, then your registration was not processed. Please make sure you complete your registration by pressing the SUBMIT button on the PAY BY CHECK option or by pressing the PAY NOW button on the CREDIT CARD option! Registration is now OPEN for the following divisions of play: T-Ball The T-Ball division is an entry-level program for first-time players of league age 4 - 7 (as determined by Little League Baseball, Inc.). At this level the player is introduced to the basic fundamentals of hitting, fielding, throwing and running. Players in this division will hit off a tee. The objective of T-ball is organized fun where games and practices are geared towards building teamwork, sportsmanship, hand-eye coordination, and a basic understanding of the game. Practices are typically held one day each week, in most cases in the hour before a scheduled game. Game scores and win/loss records are not kept. The play in this division is fun and exciting and everybody wins! There are no Try-outs for this division, and players can request to be paired with friends and/or coaches. The Player Agent will try to accommodate these requests as best as possible. A-Ball The A-Ball division is for players with at least one year of playing experience. Typically, these are players of league age 5 - 8 (as determined by Little League Baseball, Inc. ). As a natural progression from T-Ball, baseball fundamentals continue to be worked on with more structured drills on hitting, throwing and fielding. Practice sessions are held on non-game days, usually once each week. In this division, managers and coaches pitch to the players. Game scores and win/loss records are not kept. It is expected that most players will spend more than one year at this level, maturing at their own pace in this non-competitive environment, where the focus is on FUNdamentals. There are no Try-outs for this division, and players can request to be paired with friends and/or coaches. The Player Agent will try to accommodate these requests as best as possible. AA-Ball The AA-Ball division represents the first step towards competitive baseball. This division of play is designed for players who have achieved a level of competence with the basic fundamentals and are ready for the increased speed of competitive play. From a safety perspective, these players are comfortable catching and batting, and are able to concentrate while on defense. Typically, these are players of league age 7 - 10 (as determined by Little League Baseball, Inc.). As the precursor to the more competitive Minor division, baseball fundamentals are further developed in a slightly more competitive environment, as coaches continue to build on hitting, fielding, and throwing skills, and introduce pitching to the players. There are usually one or two practices each week on non-game days. The season will start out with either coach or machine-pitch, and the players will transition to player-pitch upon the approval of the AA-Ball Commissioner. Once the division has transitioned to player-pitch, the division will adhere to the Little League pitching rules. Game scores may be kept, although win/loss records are typically not maintained. At the end of the season, all AA-Ball teams will be invited to participate in their first post-season division-only tournament! There are no Try-outs for this division, and players can request to be paired with friends and/or coaches. The Player Agent will try to accommodate these requests as best as possible. TRY-OUTS for Minors and Majors All players who wish to participate in either the Minor or Major Divisions are required to register in one of those divisions. Please register your child in the Division you believe is best suited for his/her age and your current assessment of his/her skill-level. PLEASE NOTE: ALL players who are entered into Try-outs, regardless of the Division they were initially registered under, are eligible to be drafted into the Major Division! We run a single Try-out program for all players and draft players first into the Majors and subsequently into the Minors. Any child who is not drafted will be placed onto an AA-Ball team. We ask you to register your child in the Division of your preference in order to get an early indication of the potential composition of our League, with respect to players (and thus teams) at each level. Try-outs are tentatively scheduled for the 22nd and 23rd of January, 2011. Minors The Minor division is designed for players with intermediate baseball skills. Typically, these are players of league age 8 - 11 (as determined by Little League Baseball, Inc.). Players must attend try-outs and be evaluated on their abilities. Following try-outs, managers will draft players based upon skill assessment. Players not drafted to a Minor division team will be placed on an AA-Ball division team. At this level, the players begin to learn the tactics and strategies of baseball, including reading signs, base stealing and bunting. Teams in this division usually practice at least two times per week on non-game days. The Minor division follows Little League pitching rules and games are officiated by qualified umpires. The level of play is competitive and game scores, player statistics and win/loss records are maintained. All Minor division teams participate in a post-season tournament, the winner of which will be invited to play in the District 44 Minor Division Tournament of Champions! Majors The Major division is the most advanced level of the Little League program and is open to players of league age 9 - 12 (as determined by Little League Baseball, Inc.). Players must attend try-outs and be evaluated on their abilities. Following try-outs, managers will draft players based upon skill assessment. Players not drafted to a Major division team will be automatically placed in the Minor division draft. Players at this level are taught advanced techniques in hitting, fielding, throwing and pitching. More complex strategies and plays are also introduced and explained. Teams in this division usually practice at least two times per week on non-game days. The Major division follows Little League pitching rules and games are officiated by qualified umpires. The level of play is competitive and game scores, player statistics and win/loss records are maintained. All Major division teams participate in a post-season tournament, the winner of which will be invited to play in the District 44 Major Division Tournament of Champions! Juniors and Seniors The Junior and Senior divisions are highly-competitive extensions of Little League baseball. Junior division players are league age 13 - 14, and Senior division players are league age 14 - 16 (as determined by Little League Baseball, Inc.). Players in these divisions play on a regulation diamond with 90 foot base paths and a 60 foot 6 inch pitching distance. Junior and Senior division baseball is designed to further the Little League experience for players over the league age of 12 and to further develop the player’s baseball skills, in anticipation of play at higher levels, such as high school baseball. Games and practices in these divisions are held at locations other than the Moreland Little League Complex. Games and practices are typically held at different high school fields throughout the area. Opponents are other Junior and Senior division teams in District 44. Challenger - *NEW* The Challenger divison is a fun and exciting division of play that provides boys and girls with mental and physical challenges the opportunity to play baseball! The program is designed to accommodate players aged 5 to 18, or any player still enrolled in high school. In addition to learning the game of baseball, the value of the Little League Challenger Division is found in the proven therapeutic and socialization benefits of participating in sports; the strengthening of participants' self-esteem; and the disciplines of teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play. To find more information about this amazing program, please visit www.LittleLeagueChallenger.org. Everyone is welcome, and we will be setting up our teams based upon needs and abilities, rather than age. The Challenger division is supported by the "Buddy System", where Little League volunteers, including other Little League players, will assist our Challenger players during games. Challenger games will be held on the Moreland Little League Complex and/or on other local Little League opponent fields. Opponents are other Challenger Division teams in local Little League programs.

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