OLLB is pleased to announce the names of the Managers selected to lead the top squads in tournament and Interlock League play for the upcoming Summer season.
These Managers have been selected by a Competitive Manager Committee, lead by OLLB’s VP – Baseball Operations, Rob Lay and made up of other OLLB Board of Directors […]Continue Reading →
A few key dates for Managers and Coaches in the coming weeks, click date/time for details:
Managers & Coaches Welcome Meeting April 25, 7:30pm Spring Managers: Equipment Bag Pickup
– Minor, Major, Junior & Senior divisions only April 26, 6pm * Coaching Clinic – Teeball and Coach Pitch April 26, 6:30pm […]
Orleans Little League Baseball – ARE YOU NEW TO COACHING BASEBALL?
Required Introductory Coaching Session For New Coaches
OLLB is requiring all new coaches at the T-Ball, Coach Pitch, Minor and Major levels to have introductory level coaching certification (2 hour course) provided by OLLB.
When & Where: All new OLLB coaches, please […]Continue Reading →
Little League Ontario Districts 2 and 6, in association with Little League Canada have added an additional Coaching Clinic to this year’s schedule to be held on Sunday, April 22 as follows:
Learning The Game (ages 4 thru 7)
Sunday (registration 8:30 am) 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Playing The Game (ages 8 thru […]Continue Reading →
Evaluations are conducted at the beginning of the Spring Instructional Season. Players are evaluated and scored on several skills. After all evaluations have been completed, these scores are used to determine which level and team each player will be assigned to through a draft, held later in April.
Managers will be contacting players to provide […]Continue Reading →
As of January 1, 2018, the new USA Baseball Bat Standard was implemented. USABat Standard bats must be used in the Little League Major Baseball Division and below. Either USABat Standard bats or BBCOR bats must be used at the Intermediate (50/70) Baseball and Junior League Baseball Divisions. At the Senior League Baseball Division, all […]Continue Reading →
Registration fees at all levels for the 2018 season have increased. This increase will be used to cover a number of operational costs including:
the purchase of new bats to ensure that OLLB teams are in line with Little League Canada rule changes that come into effect this season, a needed replenishment of equipment at […]Continue Reading →
On Wednesday October 25, Orleans Little League Baseball (OLLB) got some mostly very good news from City Hall. Following applications made to the city’s Community Partnership Major Capital Program, OLLB secured funding towards a new scoreboard and batting cage at Heritage Park, and new dugouts at Wilfred Murray field.
Meanwhile, city hall staff and the City […]Continue Reading →