• 2015 District 20 Minors All Star Tournament

  • 2015 District 20 Machine Pitch Champions

  • 2015 District 20 Machine Pitch All Star Tournament

    The district has released the 2015 District 20 Machine Pitch All Star tournament bracket. We are excited to share it with you now and invite Read More
  • 2015 All Star Letter of Interest and Commitment

    The end of the spring season means the All Star season is fast approaching. Your board has begun defining the process by which All Stars Read More
  • Spring 2015 Chaires Machine Pitch Tournament
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  • Spring 2015 Chaires Minor Division Tournament
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  • End of Season Team Celebration Contest

    This year in an effort to get the baseball community excited about volunteering in the concession stand, we are launching our End of Season Bash Read More
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  • Great for learning the fundamentals of baseball

    Tee Ball Baseball is for boys and girls 4-6 years old (with a local option for 6- and/or 7-year-olds) who want to learn the fundamentals of hitting and fielding. In Tee Ball, players hit a ball off a batting tee. Rules of the

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  • A great intermediate stage in the advancement from tee to kid pitch

    Intermediate Machine Pitch will be comprised of Baseball Age 6 and 8 year olds and will be a machine-pitch format. Our pitching machine throws 34 to 38 mph strikes at a pretty even level with the 6 and

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  • First Chaires division with player-pitch

    Minor League Baseball division is for boys and girls ages 8-10. The diamond used is a 60-foot diamond and the pitching distance is 46 feet. The Minor Division was established as a tournament program in 1994. It gives children of this age the opportunity to

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  • The Little League Baseball Division

    The Major Division (sometimes known as the The Little League Baseball Division) is for boys and girls ages 11–12. The diamond used is a 60-foot diamond and the pitching distance is 46 feet. The local league has an option to choose a Tournament Team (or

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  • A division suited to beginner softball players

    Little League Softball® was established in 1974 and today 360,000 athletes participate on more than 24,000 softball teams in over 20 countries. In June, leagues have the opportunity to select and enter all-star teams to compete in the Little League International Tournament. Little

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  • A division suited to advanced softball players

    Little League Softball® was established in 1974 and today 360,000 athletes participate on more than 24,000 softball teams in over 20 countries. In June, leagues have the opportunity to select and enter all-star teams to compete in the Little League International Tournament. Little

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  • Little League Tournaments

    Little/Junior/Senior/Big League: Try-outs or practices by tournament teams shall not be held before June 15. Tournament team practice may only take place against other teams within the same or contiguous districts in the same division, providing such practice is done out of uniform. (Little League accident insurance

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  • 1 Tee Ball- Suggested Ages: 4 - 6
  • 2 Machine Pitch- Suggested Ages: 6 - 8           
  • 3 Minor Baseball- Suggested Ages: 8 - 10           
  • 4 Major Baseball- Suggested Ages: 11 - 12           
  • 5 Minor Softball- Suggested Ages: 7 - 12        
  • 6 Major Softball- Suggested Ages: 7 - 12        
  • 7 All-Stars
  • Umpires
  • Concession
  • Coaches

Umpires are needed for the Spring 2015 season

imageChaires-Capitola Little League has umpire opportunities for both volunteer and paid positions. Umpires are needed for machine pitch, minor and major baseball and minor and major softball.. All levels of experience are welcome.

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Concession volunteers needed for the Spring 2015 season

Chaires-Capitola Little League has a great tradition of concession services and to ensure we continue to serve our families. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Volunteers are asked to serve customers at times when games are being played and handle money and credit card processing.


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Coaching volunteers needed for the Spring 2015 season

Volunteer coaches are the life bood of Little League Baseball. There are opprotunities for all levels of experiece, from Tee Ball to Majors. If you are a ball player yourself or want to work to help develop leaders, we have a place for you. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.


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