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Clayton Valley Little League (CVLL)

Opening Day 2020

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Spring Registration is Open

2020 Spring Registration is NOW open and Early Bird Pricing has been extended until November 20th.

https://cvll.sportngin.com/register/form/031376801

Dear Families and Players,

This registration session will allow you to sign up for participation, add your contact information and complete your payment. To complete registration through our secure site, please have your Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or checking account information available. Following the completion of this registration, you will see a charge on your account.  Please note that if the teams decide to go to any tournaments, the fees are not included in this registration and will be the responsibility of the individual families.

For baseball players in Farm A – Majors:

Recently, the CVLL Board of Directors had a discussion about how we can improve the way in which we develop our players, and we want to put your child in the best position to succeed, further develop his/her skills, and above all else enjoy coming out to the baseball and softball fields.  We've learned in the past few years that there has been some confusion on the appropriate division for a child.  This has resulted in some kids playing down as well as others who could have used another year of seasoning at the same level.  

This year you will register your child to play baseball or softball and our team of evaluators and coaches will assess your child at one of two tryouts in January.  Each player will be drafted to the appropriate team in the right division based on the collective coach evaluation and their age/grade.   We realize that for some players they may not play in the same division as their friends, but our goal as a Board and as a League is to ensure that a player gets the necessary reps in games and practices to further develop their skills. To illustrate the difference: one is a kid who sits on the bench 2-3 times per game, routinely playing in the outfield and batting near the bottom versus being the team's star player and developing confidence!

To the younger players in baseball: Farm B and Peanuts; here are some guidelines for parents/guardians:

Tee-ball / Peanuts is for those kids who are newer to baseball/softball, or those players from last year who could use more work hitting off the tee and/or coach pitch.

Farm B should be for those players who routinely hit coach pitch in Tee-ball, as well as players who are able to throw the ball consistently plus catch and field the ball well.

If you are new to CVLL and unsure about whether Peanuts, Tee-ball or Farm B is right for your player, please reach out to the Board and we can evaluate him/her in January.  Email Gene at gbrtalik@gmail.com

Thank you for your time and please let us know if you have any questions at info@cvll.org

Thank you,

CVLL Board of Directors




Cleanup Day


2019 Umpire Clinic Registration (click here)

We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for all District 4 Umpire Clinics.

Pictures from 2019 Season


Introducing Octavia Bond - Fast-pitch Softball Instructor (click link)

If your child is interested in becoming a better softball player, I'm endorsing and recommending Octavia for girls interested in taking their skills to the next level. Octavia instructs my daughter and she's been fantastic. Please see the following information if you are interested and consider acting fast as her schedule fills up quickly. Thanks! Dave Scolini - VP Softball

Introducing Octavia Bond - Fast-pitch Softball Instructor (click link)

If your child is interested in becoming a better softball player, I'm endorsing and recommending Octavia for girls interested in taking their skills to the next level. Octavia instructs my daughter and she's been fantastic. Please see the following information if you are interested and consider acting fast as her schedule fills up quickly. Thanks! Dave Scolini - VP Softball



Clayton Valley Little League End of Season Evaluation

There's no better time to give us feedback on the season than when it's fresh on your mind. Please take 5 minutes and fill out the linked survey. Your feedback helps make next year better the following year. Both positive and constructive criticism is welcome.


CVLL Fall Ball Clinics - REGISTER Today!

Clinics will begin on 9/15 at Clayton Valley Charter High School. New this year, clinics will be held on Sunday's from 11 - 1PM! Cost is only $100 per player! 

Professional instructors will focus on fundamentals and fun, helping your son/daughter ages 6-12 to sharpen and develop their skills as they prepare for their Spring season. 

The attached schedule highlights the focus area each week of clinics.

 

- To view a video from the 2018 Fall Clinics, click the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5UJjFHoJcU&feature=youtu.be

 

Click on the link below to register for Fall Clinics:

https://cvll.sportngin.com/register/form/676327986

 

If you have any questions or are interested in helping out, please email us at info@cvll.org. We are looking forward to another great CVLL Fall Ball program!

 



2020 GOLD SPONSORS

How to be a Gold 2020 Sponsor?

Gold $1,000+
- Sponsor the team of your choice on a first come, first serve basis.
- Gold Sponsor Designation and link to your company on our website
- League provided banner mentioning your company posted at game
- League provided plaque at the end of the year


How to be a Silver 2020 Sponsor?

Silver $500+
- Sponsor the team of your choice on a first come, first serve basis.
- Silver Sponsor Designation and link to your company on our website
- League provided banner mentioning your company posted at games
- League provided plaque at the end of the year

 


How to be a Bronze 2020 Sponsor?

Bronze $250+
- Sponsor the team of your choice on a first come, first serve basis.
- Bronze Sponsor Designation on our website -
League provided banner mentioning your company posted at games
- League provided plaque at the end of the year

 


Please see the below flyer for additional information regarding the various levels of sponsorship. Also listed below is the application to become a team sponsor.

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Have a Question? Need Help? Contact the CVLL Board of Directors

Click here for all the info you need (and a full list of Board Members, emails and phone numbers)

You can also email:  info@cvll.org


WHAT GOING ON @ CVLL?

A lot!!! Ask a question or get involved. 

Contact us at info@cvll.org 


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Umpire Training

The Umpire Training Clinic is for all new adult & junior volunteer Umpires. The Umpire Clinic is required if you are planning to umpire games this upcoming season. If you've previously had umpire training, it is not required, but it's a great refresher for experienced umpires. 
 


Rules Clinic

The Rules Clinic is for Managers, Coaches, Umpires & anyone interested in learning about new Little League rules and/or would like a refresher of the existing rules. Following an informative overview of the rules, there will also be a Q & A session.




Established in California in 1964, Clayton Valley Little League is a nonprofit all-volunteer organization chartered by Little League Baseball. We provide baseball programs for kids ages 4 to 14, softball for girls ages 6 to 14, and a Challenger Division for players with physical and mental special needs.

Need Help?  Email: info@cvll.org