LITTLE SLUGGERS PROGRAM
2019 T-Ball/Little Sluggers
First Day of Registration: March 4, 2019
Last Day of Registration: April 14, 2019
Base Price: $50
Program Details: Age Group: Co-Ed; Ages 4-6
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Perry Recreation's Tball Program "Little Sluggers" is for boys and girls ages 4-6.
This program is geared for participants in PreK and Kindergarten. Participants MUST be at least 4 years old; age as of 1/1/2019.
Registration will open in March; Registration Deadline will be April 14, 2019
The T-ball program is designed to introduce children to the game of baseball/softball. This is a co-ed program, open to boys and girls ages 4-6 years old. Participants will be introduced to the basic baseball/softball skills; these skills include running the bases, throwing, fielding, hitting and more.
The program will include a combination of practices and games. T-ball games are played in a relaxed manner; games are typically 2 innings in length. Each inning both teams will have the opportunity to bat its entire line up.
Players will need a glove, baseball pants (gray preferred), cleats are optional (sneakers are ok). A team shirt and hat will be provided. Teams will consist of 7-9 players
- Program will typically take place on Monday/Wednesday.
- Participants will be given the option of two times slots for practices.
* 5:35-6:20 OR 6:30-7:15 (Subject to availability)
- Practices/games will be held at Manchester West & Lee Lydic Park
(Perry Village Park/Call rd)
- Program is expected to start the week of April 29th. (Weather Permitting)
- Practices/games will be held through mid-June
(Tentatively set to conclude 6/12)
Anticipated Program Schedule:
Practice Dates: April 29, May 1st, 6th, 8th, 13th, 20th, June 3rd
Game Dates: May 15th, May 22nd, May 29th, June 5th, June 10th, June 12th
Our teams are coached by volunteers, often times these are parents. Our expectation is that all volunteers provide a positive environment; providing instruction to all. Good sportsmanship should always be a top priority. Volunteers are to stress the importance of the basic skills of the game. Teams often practice twice per week prior to the start of games.
Participants will receive a team hat and shirt (jersey)