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Welcome to Lakewood Tigers 12 Youth Baseball Web Site!

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2006 LAKEWOOD TIGERS
The Lakewood Tigers are a 12 and under baseball team made up of terrific kids, great coaches, and dedicated, supportive families


For the 2006 season. We have 10 players returning from last year and 1 new player. The Lakewood Tigers would like to welcome John Martinez to the team.






Baseball is about; Bad hops.Bad throws Bad calls.Striking out & Making errors. IT is about overcoming all of those things.

Our young men will have the character building experiences that baseball can offer. The lessons of teamwork and of sportsmanship in both victory and defeat are our primary focus because they are lessons good for life.

They will be encouraged to advance in life lessons of team unity, leadership, discipline, sportsmanship, fun, class, aggressiveness, initiative, dedication, persistence, sacrifice, unselfishness, teamwork, loyalty, honesty and integrity. We will also stress the importance of time management in school, sports and life as well as having fun responsibly while respecting oneself, his family and the team.





Tigers Head to State!!!!



RJ Gomez Invited by Brighton to play at Cooperstown



Tigers take fourth place at Steamboat Mountain Magic Tournament


Tigers take second place Two Years in a row at King/Lyles Tournament


NO BRAINERS THAT WILL GET YOU BEAT EVERYTIME
1.   GETTING PICKED OFF BASE
2.   NOT SLIDING
3.   NOT KNOWING HOW MANY OUTS THERE ARE
4.   MISSING A SIGNAL OR NOT EXECUTING AT ADVANCING A RUNNER
5.   THROWING TO THE WRONG BASE
6.   NOT HITTING THE CUTOFF MAN
7.   NOT BEING ABLE TO GET A BUNT DOWN
8.   NOT BACKING UP THE PLAY
9.   NOT CALLING FOR A FLY BALL
10. TAKING A CALLED THIRD STRIKE
11. NOT GETTING THE SURE OUT
12. NOT HUSTLING ALL THE TIME
13. NOT BEING MENTALLY PREPARED TO PLAY

Click HERE and see just how good of a hitter you are....
Click on this link and play the computer hitting game...Have fun!!!
Baseball Hitting


Parents' Responsibilities
1. Make sure your son’s homework is done before attending practices or games…especially with our long weekend tournaments.
2. If you cannot attend scheduled practices, please call the Head Coach 24 hours prior to date of practice.
3. Let the Head Coach know as soon as possible if your son can not play in a tournament.
4. Let the coaching staff know if a player needs any medication for allergies or needs an inhaler for asthma, etc.
5. Be supportive and encourage your son at all times!
6. Be courteous and cheer all the players on the team....not just your son.
7. Do not disturb the players during practices or game times. Too many coaches cause confusion.
8. Let the coaches coach! Relax and enjoy the game.
9. Be sure he gets plenty of rest before tournaments.
10. Be sure he drinks at least 16 ounces of water the day before tournaments.
11. Be sure that he arrives one hour prior to all tournament game times.
12. Make sure he has proper equipment: Cleats, Glove, Bat, Batting Helmet and Water Bottle.




BASEBALL PARENTS
Levels of Baseball Parents

LEVEL 1
Rec Ball Parent:

Out of control, whole life hinges on every pitch of the game. Umpires are blind and you are not sure if the coach might not also need a mental test. Waiting on any day the call from the Olympic Committee to invite your son for tryouts. Can only get themselves to leave the field for a restroom visit and even that they're reconsidering.

LEVEL 2
First Year Competitve Parent:

Still reasonably out of control. Has no clue to level of play, thinks their kid is God's Gift, even though he sits on the bench most of the time. Coach is a pure idiot because they don't see your kid's obvious Olympic talent! Keeps notes to monitor exact playing time verses other kids!   Have considered reading the rulebook for more options to contribute from the bleachers.

LEVEL 3
Minimum Two Years Competitve Ball Experience Required:

Has started to settle down. Understands the game a little better, may even start trusting the coach's ability. Kid is playing more often so life hinges on game outcome rather than performance. Umpires seem to be understanding the rules better too. Chuckles at the first year competitive parents!

LEVEL 4
Minimum Four Years Competitve Ball Experience:

Understands the game and the plays. Walks around eating all day and is an expert in snack bar cuisine. Life hinges on whether or not they play at 8 or 9 (so might get to sleep in). Does not care if the game starts on time, as long as good snacks are there. Requires portable TV to catchup on major news.

LEVEL 5
More Than Five Years Competitive Experience:

Parent becomes comatose during games, has no clue if their kid is even playing. Hears about a great catch he made after the game. Daydreams about what life would be like if you could have all the money you ever spent on baseball. Looks forward to the college program picking up the tab for the next four years. Have considered umpiring since they must get paid big dollars to put up with the 1st year parents.

LEVEL 6

Parent has retired from their involvement with softball or passed on. A small monument is erected at every game in their honor which consist of a bleacher chair with half a bag of sunflower seeds.




Check Out Our Sponsor Page

The Lakewood Tigers would like to thank our sponsors. Without their generous donations, this team would not exist. Check out the Tiger sponser link to the right for sponser information and locations or click on the links below to go directly to their web site. Are you interested in sponsoring the Lakewood Tigers? Email me at todd.jacqui.michael@gmail.com and I will get you the paperwork.       Thank you!!

American Family Insurance
Moose Hill Cantina
Rapid Business Systems, LLC    3rd year sponser
Country Wide Home Loans
Metro Denver Title
Denver West ACC    2nd year sponser
Shelter Insurance Company
Osborn Automotive    3rd year sponser
Beerman    2nd year sponser
1st Bank    2nd year sponser
Asbury Dental Center
R. Jerold Gerome, P.C.
Bretzlauf and Associates L.L.C.    3rd year sponser
Ralph Perri Remax 100, Inc
Lake Ridge Ace Hardware    2nd year sponser
Shuffle Inn
Otoole's Garden Center
Pioneer Plastics
Prestige Imports
C. Adducci Maher, P.C.
Reasonable Auto Service
Gold Label Door
Dino's Italian Food
Norseman Construction
Todd Jeffcoat - LPL Financial Services
Narissa Hill - Colorado Real Estate, Prudential








Little League Baseball Sites
bulletJefferson County Junior Baseball League
bulletUSSSA
bullet2006 USSSA Points Colorado Rankings 12u AAA
bullet2006 USSSA Power Colorado Rankings 12u AAA
bullet2006 USSSA Points National Rankings 12u AAA
bullet2006 USSSA Power National Rankings 12u AAA
bulletSlammers
bulletMaps to Colorado Baseball Fields
bulletWinning State
bulletColorado Rockies
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