Erin Collins and his family, including FHLL player Oskar recently went to Cuba with two jam packed bags of ball gear that landed in the hands of some very appreciative young Cuban ball players. They managed to throw together a game of scrub with their new equipment and Oskar slapped down a seeing eye single.…Read More
2018 Coaching Education Clinics Saturday, April 21, 2018 William Aberhart High School 3009 Morley Trail NW Clinics will be facilitated by: Coach Jesse Sawyer Head Coach, WMBL Lethbridge Bulls Head Coach, PBA Junior Varsity Team Played with Team Canada in the 2001 Little League World Series for Calgary West Little League LEARNING THE GAME For…Read More
Change Up Baseball Academy is running an special for Foothills Little League players on Monday Feb 26th. Details are: Evaluation Prep Clinic Monday Feb.26th: 6-8pm $15/player Location: Bird Cage, 401 33rd Street NE (Calgary Central Sportsplex) 15 players maximum for clinic (ages 9-16) Run players through simulated evaluations (ground balls, hitting, pitching, and catching) Contact:…Read More
USAbat Recommendations and Observations from Early Adopters The first bats in conformance with the new USAbat standards went up for sale on September 1, 2017. Since then this site has maintained a database of all USAbat models currently available or expected to be available soon. The list has not grown by much since September. Many of the lighter models…Read More
An interesting read about the differences and challenges related to community versus travel baseball teams.Read More
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…Read More
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