Spinners (Ages 5 & 6)
***THIS PROGRAM IS FULL***
Spinners Baseball Division (A) Open to Baseball & Softball Players ages 5 & 6
The Spinners Division is a Tee Ball League and follows Little League’s Tee Ball guidelines and standards. This division will meet 1x per week on Wednesday evenings from 6pm-7:30pm.
This league is open to boys and girls ages 5 and 6 as of 8/31/18. All players in this division will use throw and hit a baseball incrediball; a soft covered baseball designed to build confidence.
The program is designed to introduce our youngest players to all aspects of playing and will be lead by parent coaches and volunteers. To increase the fun the instructional programs will be supplemented with controlled scrimmages to develop game situations and learning.
Sea Dogs (Age 7)
At this level, it is our goal to provide each player with a fun and positive experience on the baseball field. For many players, this may be their first time on an organized team or playing baseball altogether, and we will strive to make this first experience a memorable one! We want to teach the players how to play the game the correct way, help foster a passion for the game so that they want to play for a long time, and certainly promote new friendships by showing them how we cheer on our teammates while demonstrating great sportsmanship to our opponents.
How will we do this? The Instructional Program, lead by Frozen Ropes and with the assistance of parents like you, does put an emphasis on... instruction. Sound boring? It won't be! In a very fun and fast-paced way, we will look to get players a lot of reps in all of the necessary skills, such as hitting, throwing and catching! While playing "real games" will be part of a player's development during the program, it will be secondary to developing the skills and the confidence needed to achieve game success.
In order to achieve these goals and to make the experience a positive one, we need your help and assistance! Please contact our Instructional League commissioners with any questions, or if you are able to assist during the Tuesday/Thursday spring sessions.
We measure the success of the Instructional Program not by how far your player can throw or hit the ball-- but by whether he or she wants to play the following year!