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Fall Ball 2016

We often hear the criticism that Little League isn"t "real baseball" because baserunners don"t lead off, pitchers don"t...

Posted by East County Little League on Thursday, January 28, 2016

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Fall Ball for both Baseball and Softball are Now Open!

Fall registrations for both baseball and softball are now open. The player ages are setup for them to play up to the level they will be going into next spring. The idea of Fall Ball is to challenge the players to see what the next level looks like and for them to learn new skills in a not as competitive environment. Standings are not kept and scores are only taken for coaching purposes. We will need coaching staff for Fall, so coaches please let us know your availability. Many players that did not get enough during the regular season or All Star season are hungry for more! Get them signed up early so we can start getting head counts on numbers of teams and coaches!

East County Summer Baseball Camp!

Summer Camp in the Shoug!

Magdaleno Baseball Camp is coming to Shmid August 1st to the 4th.

Mark Magdaleno, head coach of Clark College Baseball and Washougal resident is bringing his summer camp to the Little League Fields at Schmid.

Mark will be joined by some of his collegiate players to conduct a fun camp that will further develop and challenge your players. Camp will be from 9am to 12:00pm Monday to Thursday.

Registration will be in person starting at 8:30am Monday morning.

Partial week attendance can be arranged if schedules conflict.

The cost of this camp is $90 per camper with some of the proceeds being donated back to operations of the league. 

FYI
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.