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Posted on: April 15, 2015

[ARCHIVED] Last chance to sign up for youth baseball

Youth Baseball

Here's what on deck with the Recreation Department:

Pee Wee Baseball (Ages 3-4) - June 8-July 22
The emphasis for pee wee ball will be on the basic rules, skills, sportsmanship and having fun. A tee and softie ball will be used to assist in teaching rules and game strategies. Parent participation is encouraged.

Tee Ball (Ages 5-6 by Sept. 1) - June 9-July 23
The emphasis for tee ball will be in the basic rules, skills, sportsmanship and having fun. A tee and soft-core ball will be used to assist in teaching the rules and game strategies and to build confidence. Coaches begin to pitch to players. A batting tee is used to enhance learning. Parent participation is encouraged.

Minors (Age 7-8 by Sept. 1) - June 8-July 22
Minors baseball offers an introduction to pitching, hitting and catching techniques. Coaches will do the majority of the pitching; a tee will be used for batters who do not hit a fair ball within four pitches. Teams will practice and play full games helping players prepare for the transition into higher levels of play. A semi-hard ball will be used. Parent participation is encouraged.

Intro to Girls Softball (Ages 7-8 by Sept. 1) - June 8-July 22
This class is for girls looking to learn the fundamentals of girls' softball. They will participate in practices and scrimmages. Coaches will pitch to players but a tee will be used after four pitches to enhance learning.

You can sign up online at the link provided, or stop by the Community Center.
Call us at 262-569-2199 for more information.

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