Statement from Little League® International regarding restructuring:Continue Reading →
From humble beginnings in Williamsport, Pennsylvania and with assistance from thousands of volunteers, Little League has grown into the largest and best youth sports organization in the world. At local Little Leagues, life-long friendships have been forged, communities have been made stronger and, most importantly, kids have had fun.
June 12-18, […]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 →
Please join us in welcoming Rob Lay (VP Baseball Operations) and Adam Winchester (Manager – Community and Public Relations) to the OLLB administration team. DON’T FORGET, there are still many opportunities for volunteers both on and off the field. For Managers (head coaches) and Coaches (assistants). Please consider giving your time and talents to support […]Continue Reading →
Success in playing baseball is a matter of developing instinctive reactions and muscle memory. In this context, although playing games is fun, as the saying goes “practice makes perfect”.
In an effort to provide even more opportunities for Little Leaguers – and particularly the more talented players – to play baseball, Little League International has […]Continue Reading →
Orleans Little League Baseball is now accepting registrations for the 2016 Spring Instructional Season. Act now to secure your child’s spot.
IMPORTANT: If your family already has an account, you MUST NOT create a new LeagueGM account. You may add family members and make changes to current family members in order to complete […]Continue Reading →
Little League International has changed how the players’ ages are calculated. Follow this link for further details regarding how this change affects your child.
Division Age Cost (Spring 2016) Born between T Ball 5-6 $110 Sep 1/09 – Aug 31/11 Coach Pitch 7-8 $135 Sep […]Continue Reading →
Please see the attachment about a very important ‘Bullying in Sports’ presentation by Randy Nathan, that will be given next weekend (2 presentations, on Friday November 13th at 7pm and Sunday morning at 10pm), at the Hilton Garden Inn Ottawa Airport, 2400 Alert Rd., right at the entrance to the airport and the […]Continue Reading →