News and Announcements
NEW LITTLE LEAGUE RULING (Effective 2014 Season):
School Boundaries are now effective! If you attend a School within our League's Boundaries, you will now be able to register with our League! Yay!!!!
PLEASE MAKE SURE TO CHECK THE LEAGUE'S BOUNDARIES BEFORE REGISTERING ONLINE! MAKE SURE YOU ATTEND A SCHOOL OR LIVE WITHIN OUR BOUNDARIES!
The Delray Beach American Little League's Boundaries encompass Lake Ida Road to the North, US 1 to the East, SW 10th Street to the South, and Military Trail to the West.
If your residence is located within these boundaries, your child may register with our League. (Please see the map below)
The objective of the Delray Beach American Little League shall be to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority, so that they may be well adjusted, stronger and happier children and will grow to become good, decent, healthy and trustworthy adults.
The Delray Beach American Little League encourages its managers & coaches to:
Reflect an understanding of good sportsmanship
Show and lead by example
Respect opposing players, coaches, and the judgment/authority of umpires
The players should always strive to do their best at all times. The players and coaches should be disciplined, while working together as a team. (Remembering that there is no "I" in T E A M).
Parental participation is highly encouraged. Volunteer your time to help not just managers, coaches, and board members, but most importantly, your child. Help develop not just their baseball skills, but their citizenship qualities as well.
This system can detect lightning within a 12-mile radius, and the warning will consist of a one 15-second blast of a horn and a strobe light will begin to flash. The horn and the strobe light are attached to the top of the concession buildings. The horn is audible throughout the park and the strobe light is visible.
When park-goers hear or see this signal, all activities shall be suspended; they should leave the fields and immediately seek an appropriate, safe shelter which includes large buildings, lightning shelters, automobiles/trucks, or tunnels with no standing water. Do Not Stay in Dugouts! People should avoid open areas, water, tall trees, metal fences, overhead wires and power lines, high ground areas, telephones and cellular phones, radios, and small, unprotected shelters like dugouts. Any one not following these guidelines and remains outdoors or in an inappropriate area or shelter will do so at their own risk.
The system will also detect safe conditions after a storm has passed and activities may resume only after three 5-second blasts of the horn are sounded, and the strobe light stops flashing.
If you have any questions or need any additional information, please contact the Parks and Recreation Department, at (561) 243-7250.