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2005 Little League Season Information

Posted by Michael Polikoff at Mar 25, 2005 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
Join us at the Fleet Street Fields on Saturday, April 9th to celebrate Opening Day of the 2005 FH Little League season. We are working hard to update this web site. Please check this site www.fhll.org often for game schedules, league news, changes, team standings and other important information. Upcoming Events
  • FHLL Managers & Coaches General Meeting: 04/06/05 at 08:00PM.
  • FHLL Opening Day of 2005 Season: 04/09/05 at 12:00PM.
  • District 26 Little League Day at Shea Stadium: 05/15/05.
  • Team & Individual Picture Day: 04/16/05 from 09:00AM - 03:00PM.
  • Team & Individual Picture Day: 04/17/05 from 11:30AM - 03:00PM. For additional event information, click here to view our Calendar of Events.
  • Please feel free to contact Larry Berkowitz at Little League Headquarters (718-544-2296) if you're interested in purchasing advertisement space or if you just need additional information about this exiciting new publication. Click Here to download and print the 2005 Yearbook Advertisement Price Listimage
    PLACE: Fleet Street Fields AGES:  7-14 Year Olds (Baseball Age) DATE:  Sunday May 1st, 2005 TIME:  11:30AM Registration Pepsi Major League Baseball PITCH, HIT & RUN provides youngsters across the country the opportunity to participate in an exciting baseball skills competition. PITCH, HIT & RUN is a free national program that gives boys and girls ages 7 to 14 the chance to showcase their baseball abilities. PITCH, HIT & RUN is intended to encourage youth participation and emphasize the fun element of baseball. There is no registration fee. Boys and girls compete together in four different age groups: 7-8, 9-10, 11-12 and 13-14. Age is determined as of July 17, 2005. Locally the competition is being held by The Forest Hills Little League. PITCH, HIT & RUN is designed to test three of the most fundamental aspects of baseball: pitching, hitting & running.
  • PITCH - The participant is tested throwing strikes to a designated "Strike Zone" target.
  • HIT - Allows the youngster to hit a ball off a stationary tee for distance and accuracy.
  • RUN - The youngster is timed, starting from second base, touching third and then home. Skill events are individually scored and converted to a total point score through the use of conversion tables. Each participant will compete in each of the three components of PITCH, HIT & RUN and accumulate a total score based on his or her performance. There are four levels of competition that exist for PITCH, HIT & RUN: Locals, Sectionals, Team Championships and the National Finals to be held during the 2005 Major League Baseball All Star game.image
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    Contacting the Forest Hills Little League

    Posted by Michael Polikoff at Dec 26, 2004 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )

    Mailing Address Forest Hills Little League 66-01 Fleet Street Forest Hills, NY 11375 (google map) phone: 718-544-2296 email: info [at] fhyaa [dot] com
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    Volunteers Wanted !!

    Posted by Michael Polikoff at Dec 26, 2004 4:00PM PST ( 0 Comments )
    Successful youth programs at Forest Hills Little League are only possible as a result of our volunteers. FHLL needs volunteers with all types of skills to run its programs for the youth of the Forest Hills Community. Everyone is aware of the need for Managers, Coaches, League Officials and Committee Members. Without them we certainly couldn't provide the programs that we do. However, on occasion we also need Umpires, Scorekeepers, Field Maintenance Workers, Writers, Photographers, Graphics Artists, Editors, etc. During the course of our programs each year these and many other skills are required to keep FHLL programs running for our children. We always need help with something. MAKE A DIFFERENCE... Please give some consideration to being a volunteer at FHLL!!!! Currently, we need volunteers for the following programs and/or projects:
  • Yearbook/Journal -- Anyone who has experience putting together a yearbook/journal or anyone interested in assisting with this effort. If you can help us, please contact Larry at 718-544-2296 or email him at larry @ fhyaa.com
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