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Congratulations to our 12 year old Summer Team
07/28/2015
Congratulations to our 12 year old Summer team who won the...
Congratulations to the LLL 9U Hamilton / Wenham Champs!
07/23/2015
Congratulations to our LLL 9U team that went undefeated to win...
Register online today for the LLL Golf Charity Outing
05/20/2015
The annual LLL Golf Charity Outing is scheduled for August 31,...
Save the Date: LLL Golf Outing is on Aug 31, 2015
03/04/2015
Please save the date of August 31, 2015 at Four Oaks Country...
Division of Play for 2015 Spring Season
11/20/2014
On November 19, 2014, Lynnfield Little League Board of Directors...
Lynnfield Little League Mission Statement
08/28/2011
  Lynnfield Little League Mission Statement Mission Statement...
 
Congratulations to our 12 year old Summer Team

Congratulations to our 12 year old Summer team who won the Gold Trophy during Trophy weekend for Round 2 of the A-60 Baystate Tournament. They beat an 11-3 Natick team on Saturday (6-0), and then an 11-2 North Andover Gray team on Sunday (15-3), to come away with the Gold Trophy. 

Team Members (no particular order):

Evan Balian, Trent Balian, Hayden Bond, Pat D’Amico, Jack Ford, Joey Gizmunt, Clayton Marengi, Blake Peters, Tommy Pascuccio, Cole Giannasca, Luke Martinho, Jack Bird, Jake DeBenedictis.


by posted 07/28/2015
Congratulations to the LLL 9U Hamilton / Wenham Champs!

Congratulations to our LLL 9U team that went undefeated to win the Championship in the Hamilton / Wenham tournament this summer!  Congratulations to Jack Neenan, Paul Breslow, Drew Carney,Dylan Damiani, Sam Monkiewicz, Sean Drzewiczewski, Owen White, Evan Rocha, Liam O'Connon, Gavin Deluties, Julian Curran and Vito Gerardi.  Special thanks to their manager Matt Monkiewicz, and coaches Steve Drzewiczeski, Jay Breslow, Brian O’Connor and Eric Curran who volunteered their time and effort to make this possible!  


by posted 07/23/2015
Register online today for the LLL Golf Charity Outing

The annual LLL Golf Charity Outing is scheduled for August 31, 2015 at Four Oaks Country Club, with a start time of 1:30PM (registration at 12:30PM). We have a fun filled day and night planned for all! You do not play golf, that’s ok, come by at 6:00pm for our cocktail hour followed by dinner, raffles and more…

For those of you interested, you can now register online at the LLL website by clicking here.  The fee for the day is $150.00 per player and includes golf with a cart, dinner and a gift bag.  Singles, twosome and threesomes are welcome.  If you just want to come by for dinner the fee is $30.00 per person.

If you have any questions, please fee free to contact Anthony Martinho by phone at 978-455-0054 Ext. 202 or email   with any questions or concerns.

We look forward to seeing you on the links...

LL BOD


by posted 05/20/2015
Save the Date: LLL Golf Outing is on Aug 31, 2015

Please save the date of August 31, 2015 at Four Oaks Country Club, with a start time of 1:30PM (registration at 12:30PM). We have a fun filled day and night planned for all! You do not play golf, that’s ok, come by at 6:00pm for our cocktail hour followed by dinner, raffles and more…

For those of you interested, please complete the registration form and send to Anthony Martinho, 17 Temple Rd., Lynnfield, MA  01940

If you have any questions, please fee free to contact Anthony Martinho by phone at 978-455-0054 Ext. 202 or email with any questions or concerns.

We look forward to seeing you on the links...

LL BOD


by posted 03/04/2015
Division of Play for 2015 Spring Season

On November 19, 2014, Lynnfield Little League Board of Directors approved the following age based division of play for the 2015 spring season.  Lynnfield Little League will be using a modified version of Little League International's age based rule for division of play. The age based division of play will incorporate the new Little League International age chart which will continue to use an April 30th cutoff for players age 9 and above, however below league age 9 Little League age is now defined as December 31st. See Little League International Age Chart in the Document Section.
 

League Age for the upcoming season:
League Age Division
5-6 Year-Old Tee-Ball League
7-8 Year-Old Pony League
8-9 Year-Old Farm League
9-11 Year-Old Minor League
10-12 Year-Old Major League
13-14 Year-Old Big Diamond
15-16 Year-Old Sr. Big Diamond
Please note: Although you may see an overlap of ages in different divisions, your child will be placed in the appropriate division decided by the Board of Directors and Coaches based on the child's ability to play within that division.
 

In order to create parity in the team selection process, all players League Age 9 thru 12 MUST attend tryouts for evaluation purposes.

 
  • Sr. Big Diamond Division will hold their player selection process.  All 15 & 16 Year old players will be placed in Big Diamond Division.
  • Big Diamond Division will hold their player selection process.  All 13 & 14 Year old players will be placed in the Senior League Division.
  • Major League Division will hold their player selection process.  At this draft, all League Age 12 year olds will automatically make the Major League as this is a rule from Little League International.  The Managers will then fill out their rosters with any 10 or 11 year old that they select.  **Please note that any player who played in the Majors last season will automatically be placed in the Majors for the upcoming season.  Once this draft is completed......
  • .....The Minor League Division will hold their player selection process.  Any 10 & 11 year old that did not get selected for the Majors will automatically be selected to a team in the Minor League through a player selection process.  Any 9 year old that is capable of playing in the Minors will be selected to round out the rosters spots. (Let's say the League needs 72 kids in order to have 6 teams of 12 players per team.  Let's also assume there are only 65 players who are league age 10 & 11.  This means the Minor League Division needs 7 more players to get to 72 kids.  Provided that the Board of Directors and Coaches feel as though seven 9-year old players are capable of playing in the minors, then those seven kids would be selected to a Minor League Team to fill out the roster spots).  Once this draft is completed......
  • ......The Farm League Division will hold their player selection process.  Any 9 year old that did not make the Minor League Division, will automatically be placed in the Farm League Division.  Any 8 year old that that is capable of playing in the Farm League will be selected to round out the rosters spots as described in the Minor League section.  Once this draft is completed.....
  • .....The Pony League Division will hold their player selection process.  Any 8 year old that did not make the Farm League Division will automatically be placed in the Pony League Division along with all league age 7-Year Olds.
  • Tee Ball Division will hold their player selection process.  All league age 5 & 6 year old players will be placed into the Tee Ball Division.


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by Bob Tashjian posted 11/20/2014
Lynnfield Little League Mission Statement
 
Lynnfield Little League Mission Statement

Mission Statement
To use the sport of baseball to help all the young players develop positive character traits and values that will aid success in the rest of their lives. Through proper guidance and exemplary leadership, the Little League program assists youth in developing the qualities of citizenship, discipline, teamwork and physical well-being. By espousing the virtues of character, courage and loyalty, the Little League Baseball program is designed to develop superior citizens rather than superior athletes.
Pledge beyond our mission
Lynnfield Little League aspires to be an outstanding educational-athletic organization that provides a high-quality experience, in which every athlete: 


• Is coached using the 3 principles of Little League's Double-Goal Coach model: 
 
  1. Redefining ‘winner’ 
 
  2. Filling emotional tanks 
 
  3. Honoring the game
 
      (These principles are explained in the "Hey Coach" section,  click the tab).

• Has fun playing the game. 


• Feels like an important part of the team regardless of performance. 


• Learns "life lessons" that have value beyond the playing field.

• Learns the skills, tactics and strategies of the game and improves as a player.



Lynnfield Little League recognizes coaches most directly make this possible, so they will be provided with the tools to succeed as Little League Double-Goal Coaches. We are committed to creating a culture in which coaches, parents, fans, umpires and athletes work together to achieve this goal.


 
"Associate with those who help you believe in yourself.
"
~ Brooks Robinson
 

Founded in 1939; granted Federal Charter July 16, 1964, by unanimous act of the Senate and House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States of America and signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson as Public Law 88-378, 88th Congress H.R. 9234, and amended December 26, 1974, Public Law 93-551, 93rd Congress, H.R. 8864. Little League is tax exempt.

 

posted 08/28/2011
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