Layritz Little League BASEBALL & SOFTBALLDIVISION 7VICTORIA, BC
Layritz Little League BASEBALL & SOFTBALL | DIVISION 7 | VICTORIA, BC
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Divisions and Expectations

Tee Ball

Player expectations: your child will play twice per week from early April to mid June. There will be one weekday and one weekend session each week.  Each session will be up to 1.5 hours long and will involve both games and jamborees. The goal is for the kids to have fun learning fundamental baseball skills like throwing, catching, and hitting while also learning the basic rules of baseball. 

Parent expectations: at this level we expect parents to stay at the park. If you are unavailable to stay please ask another parent to keep an eye on your child. The managers, coaches and coordinators are volunteers focused on the baseball so are unable to take kids to the bathroom, keep track of belongings, etc. Most teams welcome parents to jump in and help out during practices and games at this level.

Volunteer commitment:Tee ball parents are required to complete two scheduled volunteer shifts per child (to a maximum of 4 shifts per family) – most of these shifts will be in the concession however additional opportunities will be made available throughout the season. In addition, parents are expected to help at the team level by preparing and taking down the field. The volunteer shifts contribute to essential core funding of the league and also give you a chance to get to know other families in our community. It is usually a lot of fun. 

Cost:The registration fee covers equipment usage plus a team shirt, hat and a team and individual photo for each player to keep. It also covers operational costs for the league. 

Required equipment: Ball glove, helmet and appropriate athletic pants and shoes – absolutely no shorts, jeans or open toed shoes allowed on the field for practice or games. T Shirts will be provided.                                  


Mini Minor

Player expectations: your child will play twice a week from early April to mid June. There will be one weekday and one weekend session each week.  Each session will be up to two hours long and will involve both games and jamborees. Our goal is for the kids to have fun improving fundamental baseball skills like throwing, catching, and hitting while also learning the basic rules of baseball – we will also begin introducing player pitching in practice and in game scenarios. 

Parent expectations: at this level we expect parents to stay at the park. If you are unavailable to stay please ask another parent to keep an eye on your child. The managers, coaches and coordinators are volunteers focused on the baseball so are unable to take kids to the bathroom, keep track of belongings, etc. Most teams welcome parents to jump in and help out during practices and games at this level.

Volunteer commitment:Mini Minor parents are required to complete 2 scheduled volunteer shifts per child (to a maximum of 4 shifts per family) – most of these shifts will be in the concession however additional opportunities will be made available throughout the season. In addition, parents are expected to help at the team level by preparing and taking down the field. The volunteer shifts contribute to essential core funding of the league and also give you a chance to get to know other families in our community. It is usually a lot of fun. 

Cost:The registration fee which covers equipment usage plus a team shirt, hat and a team and individual photo for each player to keep. It also covers operational costs for the league. 

Required equipment: Ball glove, helmet, jock/jill and appropriate athletic pants and shoes – absolutely no shorts, jeans or open toed shoes allowed on the field for practice or games.  While baseball pants are not required we encourage their use in this division.


Minor Baseball and Softball

Player expectations: your child will practice approximately twice a week and have two scheduled games per week from early April to mid June. Because of the challenges of scheduling interlocking games with other leagues, the schedule may vary week to week. Season schedules are usually posted on our website by the end of March. Each session will be up to 2.5 hrs long. The goal is for the kids to have fun while they improve their throwing, catching, hitting, work on pitching, and improve their knowledge of positional play. We also work on team building and fitness components. In addition to the main season, we hold free optional indoor pre-season clinics beginning in January and roughly twice a month thereafter.

Parent expectations: at this level you may be able to drop off your child and pick up later - Please speak to the team manager and coaches before leaving to determine if this is okay with them.  Please use your judgment when considering whether to drop off your child or to stay as we do notoffer child-minding services. If your child is independent, calm, and focused it may be fine to leave him or her. However, if your child is likely to require extra attention to stay on task or keep track of his or her belongings, please remain on site at the park so the coaches can remain focused on baseball/softball. Please be punctual both at the beginning and end of practices and games. 

Volunteer commitment: Minor parents are required to complete two scheduled volunteer shifts per child (to a maximum of 4 shifts per family) – most of these shifts will be in the concession however additional opportunities will be made available throughout the season. In addition, each minor team requires a parent volunteer administrator who will coordinate, communication of field duty shifts, scorekeeping shifts, uniform pick up and drop off and scheduling required volunteer shifts for the team.  The volunteer shifts contribute to essential core funding of the league and also give you a chance to get to know other families in our community.

Cost:The registration fee covers team jersey and equipment usage plus hat, socks, belt and a team and individual photo for each player to keep. It also covers operational costs for the league. 

Required equipment: Ball glove, helmet and jock/jill. Players are required to provide their own black baseball pants for games.


Major Baseball and Softball

Player expectations: your child should be practicing at least twice per week and have two scheduled games per week from early April to mid June. Because of the challenges of scheduling interlocking games with other leagues, the schedule may vary week to week. The season schedule is usually posted by the second week of April. Each session will be up to 3 hrs long. Our goal is for the kids to have fun while they improve their throwing, catching, hitting, work on pitching, and improve their knowledge of positional play. We also work on team building and fitness components. In addition to the main season we hold free optional indoor pre-season clinics beginning in January and roughly twice a month thereafter.

Parent expectations: at this level you may be able to drop off your child and pick up later - Please speak to the team manager and coaches before leaving.  Please use your judgment when considering whether to drop off your child. If your child is independent, calm, and focused it may be fine to leave him or her.  However, if your child is likely to require extra attention to stay on task or keep track of his or her belongings, please consider staying at the park so the coaches can remain focused on baseball/softball. Please be punctual both at the beginning and end of practices and games. 

Volunteer commitment: major parents are required to complete two scheduled volunteer shifts per child (to a maximum of 4 shifts per family) – most of these shifts will be in the concession however additional opportunities will be made available throughout the season. In addition, each major team will require a parent volunteer administrator who will coordinate communication of field duty shifts, scorekeeping shifts, uniform pick up and drop off and scheduling required volunteer shifts for the team.  The volunteer shifts contribute to essential core funding of the league and also give you a chance to get to know other families in our community.

Cost: The registration fee covers team jersey and equipment usage plus hat, socks, belt and a team and individual photo for each player to keep. It also covers operational costs for the league. 

Required equipment: Ball glove, helmet and jock/jill. Players are required to provide their own game pants. Grey for Majors Baseball, Black for Majors Softball.

 

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