News and Announcements
Registration for the South Kingstown Little League 2020 Spring Baseball and Softball season is open! SKLL offers T-Ball, Baseball and Softball for ages 4-16. Register by February 15th to avoid a late fee. All registrations are processed online through Sports SignUp Play at http://skll.sportssignup.com . If you want to pay by check, please complete the on line process and mail the payment to our PO Box 388, Wakefield, RI 02880.
Tee Ball provides very basic introduction to baseball including positioning, hitting, fielding, throwing, catching, sportsmanship and the basic rules of baseball. Tee Ball instruction and games will be centered on the kids hitting off of fixed tees.
Instructional baseball provides an atmosphere for teaching/improving the basics of baseball in a non-competitive game setting including hitting a pitched ball, fielding, throwing, catching, base running, sportsmanship and knowledge of the basic rules of baseball. Instructional baseball is a coach-pitch league intended to prepare participants for Minors baseball, a player-pitch league. Baseball league age 5 and 6 year-old players must have played at least 1 year of T-ball and may be asked to attend a group evaluation prior to entry into the Instructional League.
Minors baseball provides a positive experience for the participants and introduces players to a higher level of play in preparation for graduation to little league Majors baseball. This includes a continued emphasis on learning the fundamentals of the game and instruction on the finer points and strategies of baseball. The goal of Minors is to develop players of different ages at different positions in preparation for majors in a more competitive atmosphere still while maintaining a high level of sportsmanship in a positive team environment. A player evaluation will be held for all minors registrants. .
Majors baseball raises the level of competition for the players, while continuing the emphasis on player development. All 11 & 12 year olds will be registered as major players. All players registered for majors will be required to attend a player evaluation in order to be eligible to be drafted onto a majors team. This division will revert back to the bat rule as adopted within the 2020 Little League Rule Book Rule 1.10 and wood bats will not be mandatory for this division for 2020.
Juniors/Seniors baseball continues the emphasis on player development as the players experience the big diamond. These divisions travel to other towns to play.
Minor softball and Major softball follow the same principles as baseball but are for girls only. These divisions travel to other towns to play.
Sports Illustrated Play was our registration vendor last year, they merged and have become Sports SignUp Play, so your log in information is the same. Please remember to update any information that might have changed, especially phone numbers, home and email addresses, and school information.
As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard was implemented. Only Little League-approved baseball bats that are stamped with the Little League USABat License will be allowed. Little League® International has assembled an online resource page: http://www.littleleague.org/learn/equipment/baseballbatinfo.htm dedicated to the Bat standard enacted in 2018. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
| 2019 SKLL Board of Directors & League Officers
|Vice President||Frank Gallucciemail@example.com|
|Player Agent||Rob Young/Frank Galluccifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Safety Officer||Adam Bernieremail@example.com|
|Information Officer||Colleen Campfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Coaching Coordinator||Mike O'Rourkeemail@example.com|
|Junior/Senior Commissioner||Frank Galluccifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Majors Commissioner||Josh Rosenemail@example.com|
|Minors Commissioner||Scott Palmierifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Instructional Commissioner||Matt Leporeemail@example.com|
|T-Ball Commissioner||Matt Leporefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Softball Commissioner||Bill Lawleremail@example.com|
|Umpire in Chief||Craig Urianfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Town Liason||Matt Leporeemail@example.com|
|Field Scheduling Manager||Matt Leporefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Equipment Manager||Ben Woodemail@example.com|
|Uniform Manager||Ben Woodfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Concession Manager||Mike O'Rourkeemail@example.com|
|Sponsorship Coordinators||Ben Woodfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fall Ball Coordinator|
|All-Star Coordinator||Colleen Campemail@example.com|
|Fundraising & Special Events Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Picture Day Coordinator||Scott Palmieri|
|Golf Tournament Coordinator|
|Background Checks||Sean Deibleremail@example.com|
|Opening Day Coordinator||Jessica Wood|
|SKLL Phone||Colleen Campfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Registration for the SKLL 2017 Fall BASEBALL season is open, but space is limited.
Registration for the SKLL 2017 Fall SOFTBALL TAD PROGRAM is now open.
All registrations are processed online through Sports Illustrated Play at skll.siplay.com/site/. Both debit/credit cards will be accepted as forms of payment. For those paying by check, please print out a copy of the flyer and mail it in to the PO Box. Players will not be placed on a team until all fees are paid. Paying by credit card is the fastest way to ensure a registration spot.
For more information, see our Flyers.
Fall Ball 2017 Flyer
SKLL is offering its summer Training and Development (TAD) program again.
What is T.A.D.? It stands for Training and Development. It is a 5 session long summer baseball program that focuses on baseball fundamentals and sportsmanship. The program will consist of skills, drills, and games, focasing on specific elements such as hitting, pitching and fielding.
Who is T.A.D. for? T.A.D. isfor baseball players of all abilities from baseball ages 7 to 10 (Little League age). 7 year olds must have played Instructional, 10 year olds must have played Minors (If you played in Majors, you are not eligible to participate). Child must be a resident of South Kingstown.
When will T.A.D. run, and where are the sessions held? T.A.D will begin July 18th, 20th, 27th, August 2nd and 9th. Exact time (5:00ish) at Tuckertown will be emailed to participants.
How much does T.A.D. cost? The T.A.D. program will cost $35.00 per player. This fee includes at-shirt for all participants.
Any questions, contact T.A.D. Coordinator Joshua Rosen at: email@example.com
To Register please visit our registration website at SI Play.com ore download the registration form and mail the completed form to our PO Box.