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Q: Can we request specific game days, to be on a certain team, or to be on the same team as another participant?

A: We cannot guarantee specific requests, but try to honor them. Participants living in the same household/siblings are placed on the same teams as long as they’re within the same division. 

Q:  My child has never played baseball before, can he or she still play at SLLL?

A: Yes. We welcome and encourage players of any skill level to come play in Little League baseball. Your child will play with players of his or her own age.

Q:  How do I volunteer to be a Manager, Coach, Team Parent, or League Volunteer?

A: You will be able to volunteer during the registration process. If you want to volunteer once the season has begun you can speak to a board member.  Our league depends on it's volunteers for the success of the league and we appreciate all donated time. South Lake Little league is a non-profit and many employers with match your volunteer hours with money for the league! If you would like more information on becoming a league volunteer you can contact our information officer at [email protected]

Q:  Who is my player's manager/team?

A: Your team manager will contact you within the first week after the draft. The draft occurs once all evaluations have been completed.

Q:  How do I become a sponsor for South Lake Little League?

A: There are many sponsorship opportunities available with South Lake Little League.  Please visit our Sponsorship Page for more information. 

Q:  Is my player required to attend evaluations?

A:  All children playing in Single A or higher are REQUIRED TO ATTEND EVALUATIONS.  We will post evaluations date and times on our Facebook Page as well as the website. We will also send emails out with all the information.

Q:  Why do parents need to volunteer in the concession stand?

A: South Lake Little League is a volunteer organization and the success of our league depends on community and parent involvement.  The Managers, Coaches, Team Moms and Board of Directors are all volunteers that give their personal time to make the league a success and we could not do it without our volunteers! The concession stand provides needed funds for the league to continue to provide the needed equipment and upkeep.  

If you have, or know of, a student in need of volunteer hours please have them contact our concession manager to set up dates and times to work in the concession stand. Their volunteer hours sheet will be completed and signed at the end of the shift. 

Q:  Are Board Members, Managers, Coaches, or Team Parents compensated?

A: South Lake Little League is a non-profit organization completely dependent on it's dedicated volunteers to make it a success. All of the above-mentioned volunteers work countless hours of their personal time to assure a successful season. Board Members, with players in the League, do receive 50% off the posted registration fees. All other board members and volunteers are not compensated with anything more than the happiness of our players and a thank you from our families.

Q:  What bats are approved to be used at SLLL?

A: USA Baseball Bats are required with 2 exceptions - Juniors are permitted to use BBCOR or USA baseball bats and Seniors are REQUIRED to only use BBCOR.  ONLY the bats on this approved list, with the USA Baseball Logo, will be permitted for use during games.

Q:  How do I become a Board Member?

A: If you are interested in joining our Board of Directors, attend our next Board Meeting.

Q:  Is my player required to attend practices?

A: Yes. Due to time constraints there is minimal opportunity during games for players to develop and practice time is a valuable tool where your players manager, coaches, and team members will help to better develop your players skill and knowledge. It is difficult to create and develop a cohesive team if all players are not present at the practices. Managers and coaches may use practice attendance when determining field positions and game playing time, please be sure to speak with your manager/coaches at the beginning of the season to let them know about any issues or conflicts in advance. We understand that things do come up that may prevent a player from attending practice, however, players are expected to regularly attend practices.



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