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    Registration

    Now that evals are complete and formation of teams has begun for machine and kid pitch teams registration is closed.  We will still take registrations for Rookie Level players.  Please email slpllpresident@gmail.com

    Important 2024 SLPLL Season Dates & Changes

    Season Expectations by Level (subject to coaches discretion for practice) 

    Rookie (LL Age 5-6) – 2 days a week of baseball activities, 1 practice and 1 game, first game expected to be the weekend of May 5th and last game of season weekend of July 20th 

    A (LL Age 7-8) – 3 days a week of baseball activities, 2 practices and 1 game early in the season and 2 games and 1 practice later in the season, first game expected to be the weekend of May 5th with postseason tournament running the week of July 22-27th 

    AA (LL Age 9) – 4 days a week of baseball activities, 2 games & 2 practices a week, first game expected to be week of April 15th depending on weather with postseason tournament running the week of June 15-22nd 

    AAA (LL Age 10-11)– 4-5 days a week of baseball activities, 2-3 games & 2 practices a week, first game expected to be week of April 15th depending on weather with postseason tournament running the week of June 15-22nd 

    Majors (LL Age 11-12)– 5-6 days a week of baseball activities, 2-3 games & 2-3 practices a week, first game expected to be week of April 15th with postseason tournament running the week of June 10-15th, external post season tournaments will run from June 17-27th

    Other Important Dates

    First practices will be after team formation, kid pitch should be early April and machine pitch should be mid-April, both approximately 2 weeks before first scheduled game

    Saturday May 4th @ noon SLP High School Little League Day with on field activities beforehand

    Sunday May 5th picture day

    Friday June 7th SLPLL @ St. Paul Saints Game

    Changes for 2024 

    2 hour volunteer requirement for July postseason baseball – For the last few years we have not charged additional money or required additional volunteer hours to play July postseason baseball but to ensure that we have adequate staffing for all post-season tournaments that we host the board voted this year to require a 2 hour volunteer requirement for all July postseason participants specifically served during July to help with these tournaments. 

    Age group practices throughout the season – New this year each kid pitch age level will have a dedicated weekly timeslot for all kids interested in practicing together with all kids in their age group to do so.  This is purely voluntary but will help ensure that kids interested in playing additional baseball can do so without requiring all kids to participate and allow the coaches to get additional evaluation data for making postseason team decisions that is hard replicate when only seeing kids in games. 

    9 Year Olds – Saturdays from 2-4
    10 Year Olds – Saturdays from 4-6 
    11 Year Olds – Sundays from 4-6 
    12 Year Olds – Sundays from 2-4 

    Key July Baseball Dates

    All-Star District Tournaments for 9-12 – July 8-22nd

    Potential All-Star State Tournaments for 10-12 – July 24-28th

    Wood Bat Tournament  for 9-12 – August 1-4th

    Potential Midwest Regional Tournament for 12's – August 2-9th

    MacStrength cultivates growth and success for baseball players of all ages

    We wanted to put out some positive energy for the MacStrength Tribe. 
First, to our Athletes:

You have put in months and months of hard work towards your developmental and performance goals. This uncertain delay is stressful for everyone, relax and take our word for it that you will not lose everything you worked for in just a few weeks off. Nobody ever forgot how to play sports in only a month. Use this time to expand your horizons. Learn a new skill. Read a book. Spend time with your family.  Embrace the stillness and be confident in the work you put in and that you will be ready when the time comes. We will be here to help you get on track when baseball gets rolling again.  In the meantime, if you need ANYTHING you can reach out to Mac, Zach, or Matt anytime and we will be happy to talk with you.  We will also continue sending out some things you can do on your own to keep sharp. 
Next, to the Parents:

We want to extend a heartfelt thanks to everyone who has reached out with words

    Aaron McEachran (Mac) owner of MacStrength is a St. Louis Park grad and elected member of the High School's athletic hall of fame.  A standout career at the University of Northern Iowa and a 2001 Toronto Blue Jays draft, Mac is now helping kids develop their skills.   

    MacStrenght is now offering fall baseball and training opportunities.   

    For details visit:  

    http://www.macstrengthmn.com 

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