This instructional league is designed for boys and girls just starting out in baseball. Players will be taught how to properly throw, catch, run the bases, field and hit the ball each week during 3 rotating stations. Parent volunteers along with Rec staff will lead the 30 minute practice followed by 30 minutes of instructional game play. Players will hit off the tee during the game. Players will get up to bat at least once during the game and each player will play the field during each inning. Each participant will receive a t-shirt uniform at the first game and rosters and schedules will be emailed out the week of April 15. Please bring a glove, labeled with your child’s name on it.
#460 Thur, begins, April 25
Games at 5:30 pm
5 games, $75, limit 96
These programs focus on introducing children to a team & game environment, while reinforcing the fundamentals of each sport. At each session, children will be able to participate in skill building drills followed by a 30 minute game. Through this process children will better understand the concepts of teamwork, sportsmanship, and game play, which will help to make every child’s experience on the court or field a fun one!
A t-shirt uniform is included in each sports league.
We would like to extend an invitation to anyone who would like to be a volunteer coach. Your commitment is only one hour per week for either sports league. Rec relies on parent volunteer coaches to make these leagues successful.
If interested in volunteering to coach in either or both leagues, please note during registration and contact Coach Kourtney at 978-623-8340 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking at Rec Park:
Please park on the road leading into Rec Park or in the back lot (enter at 11 Woburn Street).
ALL participants (youth & adults) must have a completed & signed Emergency Information Sheet on file in order to participate in REC programs. Registration over the phone will not be permitted without an emergency sheet on file for the registrant. Online registration requires a Waiver Form be electronically signed, however an Emergency Sheet is still required for all participants regardless of how registration occurs. Emergency Sheets are available online at the REC website under “FORMS” or in the REC office and can be mailed, dropped off, emailed or faxed to REC.