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Fall Ball 2014

Fall Ball -- in case you didn't eat enough sunflower seeds during the spring!



Registration is open for Fall Ball in either baseball or softball in the following divisions -- Minors, Majors, Intermediate (baseball only) and Juniors.  Please click here to register BEFORE August 22nd.  

You may register your child in the division they played during Spring 2014 or the division they will play in next spring.  Plan on one or two practices a week, one weeknight game and one Saturday game.  Intermediate and Juniors may play double-headers on Saturdays.  The schedules are created by the District 4 staff and will be out after ALL leagues have submitted their final registration information.  Late registrations cause late schedules.

The tentative schedule is as follows:

    August 22 - Registration Deadline

    August  25-29 - Practices will start, but consideration will be given for back-to-school events.

    September 8 - Interleague games will begin this week and will continue through the end of October


 If you would like to manage or coach a team, please fill out the 2014 Manager/Coach Application.


Junior Baseball All Stars



ECLL Junior League* wins District 4 All Star Tournament!


 Front Row:  Alex Orr, Hunter MacPhail, Jason Powell, Kaden Corbitt, Zachary Jones

Back Row:  Manager Jason Thompson, Jack Olson, Noah Merino, Troy Prince Butterfield, Nole Thompson, Kirk Brown, John Miner, Coach Eric Miner

Not pictured:  Cade Mulholland and Coach Mark Mulholland


 The Junior League Baseball Division is a program for boys and girls ages 13-14, using a conventional 90-foot diamond with a pitching distance of 60 feet, 6 inches.


East County Little League is a non-profit 501(3)(c) organization that runs on funds collected from player registrations fees and donations.  Player registrations only provide about half the amount that it takes to provide uniforms, batting helmets, catcher's gear, bats, balls, gloves, field maintenance materials, player insurance, player scholarships and everything else that it takes to run the League.  Without the generous donations of community sponsors, East County Little League would not be able to continue offering playing opportunities and education to the over 400 kids who register each year.

ECLL would like to offer its thanks to the many parents, family, and community members who support the league.


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