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Calling All Umpires

Posted by Poway American Little League at Feb 15, 2017 10:45AM PST
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Hello PALL Families,

We are looking for more Youth and Adult umpires for our league. It is a great way for older kids to stay involved in baseball.

Junior Umpires:

  • Earn $15 for each game worked
  • Free Food and Drink after the game
  • Free Training
  • Must be 12 or Older

Adult Umpires:

  • Give back to the baseball community
  • Free Food and Drink after the game
  • Free Training
  • Chance to umpire with your Youth Umpire

If you are in town next week please come to our Free Umpire Training Clinic.

  • Date: Feb 20th
  • Time: 9-11am (Please arrive at 8:45am)
  • Topics: We will cover scheduling, game management, review of rules and field mechanics.

For more information please contact our Umpire in Chief (UIC) Tom Naylor at tnaylor@financialguide.com

Thanks,

PALL

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If you have not registered yet pleas note that Poway American Little League Registration ends this Wednesday, January 11th at Midnight.

“Register Now!”: http://www.pallbaseball.org/forms/12877-PALL-2017-Spring-Registration-Form

Thanks to all that attended the training clinic yesterday. It was so great to see all the little guys out there playing ball. We had great attendance and feedback from the event. Look out for more additional training events this season.

Please read about important  "FAQ":http://www.pallbaseball.org/organizations/2643/pages/103015   regarding registration and the league.

Registration Fees.                     

  • Rookies to Intermediate: $200 per child and $175 each additional sibling
  • T-Ball: $150 per child

New to Poway American Little League?

For players new to Poway American Little League (or did not play in the spring 2016 season), age and address verification is mandatory. You can register online at www.pallbaseball.org but you still need to attend a walk-up registration to verify your child’s age and address. Please be prepared to:

  • Have at least one parent or legal guardian present
  • Provide 3 proofs of residence AND an original or state-certified copy of the child’s birth certificate. Please read this link for acceptable proofs of registration.
Residency Requirements
  • Registration is not complete and your child will not be able to play until age and residency documents are verified.

Information on how to submit your age and residency verification documents will be sent to you after you register.

Important Dates to Note:

  • January 11 - Registration Ends;
  • January 21 - Tryouts for Minor B & above
  • February 4 - Meet Your Coach & Team!
  • February 6 - Practices Begin
  • March 11 - Opening Day

If you have questions about 2017 Spring registration , please direct them to pallinformation@gmail.com.

Let’s Play Ball!

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Come out and clean off the rust before tryouts and the Spring Little League Season!

Baseball ASAP is sponsoring training clinics on January 7th for players at all levels. See below for times for your childs’ level. Baseball ASAP will also be sponsoring Sunday pitching clinics for the first month of practices. More details on the Sunday clinics will be sent out as the season gets closer.

We ask that you go to the Baseball ASAP Website to register for the clinic so we can make sure that we have the appropriate number of trainers available. It is quick and easy and only takes about 2 minutes.

Clinics are open to any registered or non-registered player as long as they are within the Poway American Little League boundary.

Clinic Times:

  • 9:00 am – 10:30 am – T-Ball
  • 11:00 am – 12:30 pm – Rookies & Minor B
  • 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm – Minor A & Majors

If you have any questions please contact pallinformation@gmail.com.

Important Dates to Note:

  • December 17 - Early Bird Registration Ends
  • January 7 – FREE Training Clinic
  • January 11 - Registration Ends
  • January 21 - Tryouts for Minor B & Above
  • February 4 - Meet Your Coach & Team!
  • February 6 - Practices Begin
  • March 11 - Opening Day
  • June 3 – Closing Ceremonies

The PALL Board wishes everybody a Happy Holiday Season!

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Poway American Little League – Early bird registration ends this Saturday!

Register here: http://www.pallbaseball.org/forms/12877-PALL-2017-Spring-Registration-Form

Please read about important  "FAQ":http://www.pallbaseball.org/organizations/2643/pages/103015  regarding registration and the league.

Registration Fees.                     

  • Rookies to Intermediate
  • Early Registration: $175 per child and $150 each additional sibling
  • After Dec 17th- Registration: $200 per child and $175 each additional sibling
  • T-Ball 
  • Early Registration:  $150 per child
  • After Dec 17th- Registration:  $175 per child

New to Poway American Little League?

For players new to Poway American Little League (or did not play in the spring 2016 season), age and address verification is mandatory. You can register online at www.pallbaseball.org but you still need to attend a walk-up registration to verify your child’s age and address. Please be prepared to:

  • Have at least one parent or legal guardian present
  • Provide 3 proofs of residence AND an original or state-certified copy of the child’s birth certificate. Please read this link for acceptable proofs of registration.
  • Registration is not complete and your child will not be able to play until age and residency documents are verified.

Below is information for the Parent Meeting/Proof of Residency Verification Walk up Date: 

  • January 11, 6 pm-8 pm
  • Tierra Bonita Elementary MPR, 14678 Tierra Bonita Road, Poway, California 92064

Important Dates to Note:

  • December 17 – Early Bird Registration Ends
  • January 7 - Registration Ends; Last Walk-Up Address Verification Event
  • January 21 - Tryouts for Minor B & above
  • February 4 - Meet Your Coach & Team!
  • February 6 - Practices Begin
  • March 11 - Opening Day

If you have questions about 2017 Spring registration , please direct them to pallinformation@gmail.com.

Let’s Play Ball!

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With new bat standards for baseball set to take effect in 2018, Little League wants to share some gift giving advice with family and friends.

If a new bat is on your baseball player’s wish list, there are some important things you may want to think about before making your purchase this year. Beginning on January 1, 2018, Little League will begin using a new standard established by USA Baseball, and the current 1.15 Bat Performance Factor will no longer be the standard for Little League-approved baseball bats. Baseball bats with the new USA Baseball Standard won’t be commercially available until late 2017, for use in 2018, so, while your Little Leaguer’s current Little League-approved baseball bat will be good through next season, he or she won’t be allowed to use it in 2018.

With the Little League® International Board of Directors formally adopting USA Baseball’s new standard for bat performance testing, Little League International fully supports this program. For more than seventy-five years, Little League has used improvements in science, engineering, and technology to take the sport of baseball to higher levels. By utilizing the most current advancements available, manufacturers can now develop bats with a wood-like performance, which is important for the long-term success of the game. Developed by a USA Baseball committee of scientific experts, Little League Baseball® has decided to adopt the new bat standard for mandated use effective January 1, 2018. All national members of USA Baseball, including Little League, are encouraged to adopt this new standard. Little League-approved bats can be used through December 31, 2017, and our current bat regulations will be in effect until then. That includes the moratorium prohibiting the use of all 2 ¼ inch barrel baseball bats constructed with composite material in the barrel, unless approved. Visit LittleLeague.org for detailed information. Little League looks forward to working with USA Baseball, and will begin educating our local leagues, and the parents of our 2.1 million baseball players, preparing them for the important change coming in 2018.

Visit USA Baseball FAQs