YHLL will once again participate in Angel Day this year with other District 56 teams. This year Angel Day will be held on Sunday, May 31st vs. Detroit Tigers. As the highlight of the day, players, along with their manager and coach get the opportunity to participate in a parade through the field. We are limited in the amount of tickets we have available this year (only 125). They will be available to purchase on the website shortly. Please direct questions to the Angel Day Chairperson Amy Curren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Big League/Senior season is right around the corner. Please be sure to sign up for this division. You can click here to register:
Thank you to our All-Star Sponsors!
Todd A. Landgren, P.L.C
HSA & Associates, Inc.
Teams have been formed for the 2015 Spring Season.
The Managers in the Majors - Rookie divisions have received their rosters. Players should be contacted by their coaches within the next week to discuss practice schedules and other information regarding the upcoming season. If you have any questions about your player's status, please contact our Player Agent, Kyle Kierulff.
Just a reminder Yorba Hills Little League is a volunteer organization and we are always looking for parents who are willing to help. Here are some committees to consider:
Auxiliary Board - Opening Day/Picture Day/Trophies/Fundraising, etc. If interested please contact Kim Nerio at email@example.com
When using the Calendar to View Upcoming Events, here are some helpful Tips:
Click on the "Show Tag Menu"
Click on the "Tags" for the Information that relates to want you want to see. For Example, if your child plays on the Major Red Sox-select the Majors-Red Sox Tag, which will then show you all of the events for the Red Sox.
If you Click on the "Show All Tab" then you will get every event on all Calendars (including all events entered by all teams).
To understand Little League is to appreciate why Little League is a cornerstone of different and diverse communities throughout the world.
Parents believe in Little League because they expect a fair opportunity for their child to play baseball and have fun with friends.
The mission of the Little League program is not to develop exceptional ball players. In the guise of the game, the essence of Little League teaches children how to accept success and deal with failure, while learning about sportsmanship, competition and accountability. Moms and dads can look to Little League as a vehicle to expose their children to new experiences, and allow them to build a broad foundation with compassion and respect for others as its cornerstones.
Little League would not be the largest youth sports organization in the world without parents trusting the ideals of Little League and themselves being willing to contribute as volunteers. Whether supporting your child by getting him or her to practice and games, or volunteering as a coach, umpire, board member, or in other volunteer capacity, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends give of themselves and lead by example.
This is a call to action, and one that will serve your children now, while preparing them for the challenges that lie ahead of them as they live their lives. Remember, Little League is about perspective, not wins and losses, because today’s Little Leaguers are tomorrow’s leaders.
Notable Alumni Include: Mike Trout, Derek Jeter, Nolan Ryan, Dusty Baker, Carl Yastrzemski, Mike Schmidt, Tony Hawk, Kevin Costner, Bruce Springsteen, Mike Ditka, Adam Sandler, President George W. Bush, Vice-President Joe Biden, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Cat Osterman.
Visit the Little League Baseball website to learn additional info about the 75th Anniversary or look up a rules question.